Questions to Jiratsa Sittichamroenkhun
RWTH Business School: Why did you decide for the M.Sc. in Management & Engineering in Technology, Innovation, Marketing & Entrepreneurship (MME TIME) from RWTH Business School?
Jiratsa: RWTH Business School is the optimal choice for me. All modules offered in this program bridge the gap between the technical perspective and the management perspective. At the same time, RWTH Aachen University is a top-ranked university in Germany which confirmed for me that qualified and highly experienced people are there.
RWTH Business School: What do you like the most about the MME TIME program?
Jiratsa: From my point of view, I like that professors here not only offer the lecture in the theoretical part but also share their own experiences. This is so valuable for beginners like us to conduct a business. Apart from that, working as a group also helps us to coordinate and brainstorm. It is nice to share ideas with people who come from different places and different study backgrounds.
RWTH Business School: How did you experience the Welcome Week and what was your favorite part?
Jiratsa: The Welcome Week is a time to get to know other colleagues, professors, as well as seniors. The atmosphere there is actually quite friendly and relaxed. What I like the most is that we have an opportunity to meet our professors and get an idea about how the course structure is.
RWTH Business School: How do you like Aachen and Germany in general so far?
Jiratsa: Aachen is a small, charming, and cozy city for me. It might not be like a big city where you can find everything but what is necessary is already in Aachen, so you don’t have to worry. What I like most about Aachen is that it is a border city and it is easy to explore neighboring countries in the EU.
RWTH Business School: Have you already made any trips around Aachen?
Jiratsa: Yes, I’ve explored the city center, landmarks like Aachener Dom, Rathaus (town hall), etc. Additionally, I have also been in neighboring cities such as Monschau, Maastricht, and Vaals.
RWTH Business School: What is the best part of studying in Aachen?
Jiratsa: Getting to know new people to expand your network and experience new cultures. Also, to gain knowledge and improve your skills.
RWTH Business School: Do you have any advice for future students on how to manage their first weeks in Germany best?
Jiratsa: Don’t be afraid to live outside your comfort zone, just give it a full go! Besides, prepare yourself for your study and be open-minded to new things.
RWTH Business School: Describe Aachen in one word.
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