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Service Management - Q&A with programme staff
Join Lund University staff from the Service Management subject area for a Q&A about our English-taught degree programmes. You will have the opportunity to hear from several staff members who can share info about their programmes, the faculty, academic life, and other opportunities available to you as a Service Management student. You will also have the chance to ask any questions you might have in an open Q&A format.

The following Master's programme will be represented in this session:
- Service Management, Culture and Creativity Management
- Service Management, Retail
- Service Management, Supply Chain Management
- Service Management, Sustainable Service Management
- Service Management, Tourism
- Tourism Development and Culture (Erasmus Mundus Joint Degree Programme)

Dec 13, 2022 02:00 PM in Stockholm

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Speakers

Maria Lindblad
International Marketing Manager @the International Marketing and Recruitment team at Lund University
Maria will be moderating this live Q&A. Maria has worked with international marketing and recruitment at Lund University since 2010 and as an International Marketing Manager she supports students from all over the world applying to studies. She is also the regional recruitment manager for North and South America.
Malin Zillinger
Senior Lecturer and Programme Director for the Master's programmes in Service Management @the Department of Service Studies at Lund University
During the academic year Malin meets many students both in her role as Programme Director, and as a teacher in some of the courses. In both teaching and research, she is interested in tourism- and method related perspectives. Her role as a Programme Director enables her to open academic doors to students who want to dive into the world of knowledge creation and international exchange. This is why Malin finds this mandate so rewarding.
Elin Bommenel
Senior lecturer and responsible for generic writing questions @the Department of Service Studies at Lund University