ISM awards DAAD Prize
For more than ten years, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has been awarding a prize for outstanding achievements of foreign students at German universities. At the ISM, this year's prize, worth 1,000 euros, went to Annika Razroeva from Latvia.
Annika Razroeva knows all about accounting, taxes and business plans. The 21-year-old graduated from the National Research University Higher School of Economics in Moscow with a bachelor's degree in Economics, Statistics and Accounting and then specifically searched for an international finance degree abroad. Since the winter semester 2014/2015 she has been studying at the ISM Dortmund in M.Sc. Finance. Annika Razroeva received the DAAD award for her outstanding grades and her commitment to the Finance Working Group, which organizes workshops and lectures on various financial topics.
Annika Razroeva travelled from Lancaster University to receive the award in person. There she is currently completing a double degree programme. "I am very happy about the award, but I am also grateful for the opportunity to gain so much international experience in such a short time. In conversations with potential employers, it turned out that the experiences abroad and the practical orientation during my studies were very well received".
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