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Service Management - Q&A with current students
Join Lund University current students from the Service Management subject area for a Q&A about our their experiences studying our English-taught Service Management degree programmes. You will have the opportunity to hear from several students and ask any questions you have about study opportunities, student life, their research, coursework, and anything else you might be wondering about their experience at Lund.

Please note: in this webinar we will focus on questions related to student life and the student experience of studying Service Management at Lund University. If you have general questions about how to apply, scholarships or residence permits, please refer to our other events and webinars: https://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/admissions/connect-us-about-studies/online/upcoming-virtual-events

Dec 13, 2022 04:00 PM in Stockholm

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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.
Min
Master's programme in Service Management, Retail @the Faculty of Social Sciences at Lund University
Min is from China and because of interested in retail she came to Lund University to study this programme. She lives in Helsingborg, where the programme is taught. In her daily life she likes to go swimming and play badminton. She welcomes you to ask questions about her student life in Helsingborg!
Lisa
Master's programme in Service Management, Tourism @the Faculty of Social Sciences at Lund University
Lids is in her first year of the Master's programme in Service Management with a focus on Tourism. She grew up in a little town in Austria and moved to Vienna for her Bachelor's studies in International Business Administration. Now she almost considers herself a real Swede (due to her coffee addiction and love for hiking).
Lourdes
Master's programme in Service Management, Culture and Creativity @the Faculty of Social Sciences at Lund University
Lourdes is a 2nd year Master's student in the Service Management programme, specialisation of Culture and Creativity Management. Her working experience has been as a producer of cultural projects in Peru. Lourdes also has background studies in Law. She now lives in Helsingborg and she loves to visit different and new places in Skåne in the weekends.
Shazbah
Master's programme in Service Management, Supply Chain Management @the Faculty of Social Sciences at Lund University
Shazbah is a 2nd year Master's student in the Service Management department (supply chain management). He is originally from Bangladesh. Apart from being a student at Lund University, it is also his honour to work as an SI leader in the department. He loves the diversity at Lund University and therefore it is always a pleasure to participate in student activities. He has also worked as an Instagram ambassador of the department before. When Shazbah was a potential applicant for this Master's programme he found all these webinars very helpful. Therefore he will also try his best to make a contribution to the webinar so that future students can get benefitted.
Daniel
Masters' programme in Service Management, Sustainable Service Management @the Faculty of Social Sciences at Lund University
Daniel is 25 years old and comes from Germany. He studies the M.Sc.in Sustainable Service Management. During his Bachelor's in Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management he worked at a tour operator in various departments. Afterwards, he founded a startup in the area of service digitalization and worked at a consultancy. Currently, he is preparing for my Master's thesis. Daniel lives in Helsingborg and engages in various student activities there, which is a nice way to connect and become a part of Swedish society.