Sebastian Hoffmann, Researcher at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences – Technology & Architecture

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After completing my bachelor’s degree in process engineering in Mannheim, I wanted to change my environment, get to know a new city and a new country and work independently in research and development projects. I opted for the Master of Science in Engineering with the specialization “Energy and Environment” at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences.
Since the theory modules take place centrally in Zurich, I had the opportunity to get to know other parts of Switzerland as well. And because many of the lectures are held in English, the degree program has an international character. The relationship to the practice is an important part of the master’s program. Working in research and development projects has a lot of weight. Thanks to active participation in research projects, you can prepare yourself specifically for working in industry.

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