There is a total of 57 master's degree programs at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), plus seven at the International Schools of KIT. It can be a real challenge to get an overview here. To help students with this endeavor, a virtual Master's Fair will take place on June 1, 2022 from 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m. It features lectures, specialist presentations, information events, and a panel discussion with first-rate participants. In addition, students can book counseling sessions. More information on the program is available at https://mastermesse.sle.kit.edu/.
The virtual Master's Fair at KIT boasts an enormous program: Participants of the fair can get a first impression of the various master's programs by attending a lecture or a specialist presentation. Information events and presentations cover topics such as application procedures, contents of study programs, fields of specialization, or studies abroad.
Not to forget interdisciplinary qualifications. Students, teachers, and consultants offer bookable counseling appointments during the Master's Fair. Science and education journalist Dr. Jan-Martin Wiarda will chair a panel discussion on the topic “Career paths after the master's degree” with the participation of students and representatives from business and science.
The KIT Master’s Fair addresses bachelor students and professionals having a bachelor's degree who strive for a master's degree.
To participate in the fair, free one-time registration is required in advance. The access link to the fair’s website will be sent in the registration email.
More information and registration: https://mastermesse.sle.kit.edu/
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