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Die Presse Scholarship 2016

The daily newspaper “Die Presse, opens an external URL in a new window supports with scholarships young talented professionals of the automotive and component supply industries.

For the sixth time the hearing for the "Die Presse Scholarship" took place on March 23 16, 2016 at the TU Wien.

Ms. DI Martina Frieser (Kristl, Seibt & Co GmbH, Graz) and Ing. Kornel Komlóši (Hyundai Dymos, Zilina) convinced with their motivation and professional background the jury which consisted of Univ. Prof. Dr. Wilfried Sihn (Academic Director, TU Wien), Univ. Prof. Dr. Jan Lesinsky (Academic Director, Slovak Technical University in Bratislava), Andreas Tanzer (Die Presse) and Dr. Man Wook Han (Program Manager, TU Wien).

Ms. DI Martina Frieser studied Mechanical Engineering and Business Economics at Graz University of Technology in 2013. She is currently in charge of establishing a Customer Service department at Kristl, Seibt & Co. which is specialized in test benches for well-known automobile producers. With the MBA Program she wants to expand especially her knowledge of the legal system in order to better assess risks, as well as in improving leadership abilities.

Ing. Kornel Komlóši graduated the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. After more than 14 years experience in the automotive industry he is now the plant manager, Hyundai Dymos in Zilina. To achieve his goal, getting position like General Plant Manager or Director of a R&D Center he needs extensive management knowledge.

The eighth class of the Professional MBA Automotive Industry, opens an external URL in a new windowstarts on October 06, 2016. Detailed information is available at "Die Presse" Scholarships: Professional MBA Automotive Industry

Early Bird Bonus for Professional MBA Automotive Industry is available until April 15, 2016!
Applications received before April 15, 2016 are eligible for a 10% Early Bird Bonus on the total tuition fee. With the Early Bird Bonus the tuition fee amounts to EUR 18,000 instead of EUR 20,000. For each student, only one bonus can be claimed. No further discounts possible.