One of my favorite places in Rosenheim: Happinger See
An interview with…
Zaid Gul from Pakistan – Degree course: Master in Mechatronics Engineering
Why did you decide to study at TH Rosenheim?
+ TH Rosenheim offers English taught Master’s Program in Mechatronics Engineering. + Rosenheim is near to Munich which is one of the biggest cities of Germany + The master program consists of technical engineering knowledge, research opportunities and multicultural environment 👍
Was there anything that you found strange or surprising when you first arrived here?
Most of the people in Germany prefer to use public transport for travelling while in my country it’s the opposite.
What are your plans and goals for the future?
- To explore Europe
- Completing my Master’s
Do you have any tips for other international students coming to Rosenheim? Learn German till intermediate level before coming here.
Download: Interview_Zaid Gul
My favorite places in Rosenheim are…
„Firstly, TH Rosenheim itself because of the calm and peaceful study environment. Secondly, Rosenheim city center because of the lively night life it offers, historical building and great restaurant. Thirdly the lakes nearby such Chiemsee or Simsee because of its well-known history and mesmerizing view during sunset with the Alps mountains.“ ⛰️
An interview with…
Ahmad Tamimi Siregar from Malysia – Degree course: Master in Engineering Science
Why did you decide to study at TH Rosenheim? I decide to study at TH Rosenheim because the study environment, practical experiences and career prospective it offers. Located near to Germany’s powerful state Bavaria and near to most economical city Munich is great for my future perspective in professional career. Next, opportunities afforded me in the master program such as appealing components consists of multidisciplinary interaction, technical engineering knowledge, research opportunities, a diverse and multicultural environment and networking opportunities draw my attention to study here.
What do you particularly like about TH Rosenheim? TH Rosenheim’s location itself. Located in a small calm town where it offers world class education, affordable living cost, diverse culture and rich history are really amazing. In addition to that, TH Rosenheim also located near to astonishing places such Alps mountains, Munich and many superb places in Austria such as Salzburg and Innsbruck.
If you were writing a postcard to your parents and friends in your home country, what would you say about your time in Bavaria? Snow in the Winter, swimming in the Summer, leaves fall in the Autumn, flowers bloom in the Spring and the great Alps mountains are really magical. You all need to experience it here in the heart of Germany, Bavaria.
Do you have any tips for other international students coming to Rosenheim?
My important tip for incoming international student that I can say is to learn German at least intermediate level or above before coming to Rosenheim. This is because it will not just get you easily integrate with people around but also for your future job. Familiarize with Bavarian slang is the most recommended one.
Download: Interview_Ahmad Tamimi Siregar
Ahmad, what are your plans and goals for the future? My short terms plan and goals are to travel around Germany and Europe, complete my master program and build up network with many persons as much as possible. My long terms plan and goals are to experience the working environment here in Germany and enrich my technical experience for my professional career. After that, if I have opportunity, I would like to further my study in PHD here in Germany.
„Ich bin Masterstudentin der Innenarchitektur an der TH Rosenheim. Ich komme aus China. Ich mag die Alpen und die Natur hier in Süddeutschland sehr, ich habe so viele Lieblingsfotos.“
What a beautiful sunset: Chiemsee (20 minutes by train from Rosenheim)
Favorite spots of Chaithanya Krishna Kollipara, studying wood technology-masters
Sourabh Magadum, student from India: Beautiful place, Plitvice lakes Croatia!
Yogesh Kurade, student from India: A Perfect Morning? Hike to „Hohe Asten“ in June. 2020 (15 minutes by train from Rosenheim)
Salman Ahmed Khan, student from India, ING-Master:
„The most beautiful view from our university!“