I attended courses at the Business School. American university life is very special.Learn More
At the end of my studies of electrical engineering, I spent a semester at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.Learn More
Harvard University – the name of the oldest university in the USA and probably one of the most renowned academic institutions in the world has a certain impact.Learn More
I have been impressed by the way of teaching at American universities.Learn More
To study in Boston was my big dream.Learn More
I have made the decision to spend a semester abroad and exotic destinations were my priority.Learn More
More than 300 students have been supported by the Rohde Foundation and are now part of its alumni network.
The lecture on "The Big Bang" by Prof. Dr. Andreas Burkert (LMU) and the subsequent planetarium show impressed everyone who came: Friends, scholarship holders and alumni of the Rohde Foundation.
This evening was all about our alumni, because we are often asked how things went after the fellowship. Two of them told us about it in exciting presentations.
This journey through time with Prof. Dr. Andreas Burkert (LMU) and Dr. Harry Cliff (University of Cambridge) impressed everyone who attended: friends, fellows and alumni of the Rohde Foundation.
The Rohde Foundation set a highlight with a very interesting topic discussed Prof. Dr. Sarah Diefenbach (LMU), Prof. Dr. Berthold Färber (Bundeswehr University), Bosco Novak (Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG) and Prof. Dr. Alexander Pretschner (TUM).