>Alina Pfänder

About Alina Pfänder

Alina ist seit Oktober 2017 als Autorin für den UE Blog aktiv. Neben ihrer journalistischen Tätigkeit unterstützt sie das Online Marketing Team der University of Applied Sciences Europe als Freelancerin in den Bereichen E-Mail Marketing, Content Management und assistiert dem Team bei laufenden Projekten. Zum Wintersemester 2019 schließt Alina ihr Bachelor Studium in Journalismus & Unternehmenskommunikation ab. Anschließend möchte sie ihrer Leidenschaft, dem Online Marketing, nachgehen und strebt einen Job in diesem Bereich an. Alina ist eine zielstrebige und zukunftsorientiert Person. Ihr langfristiger Wunsch ist es, den Weg in die Selbstständigkeit zu wagen und ihre eigene Online Marketing Beratung zu gründen. Alina verfolgt daher das Motto „Man hat nie ausgelernt.“, wodurch sie in ihrer Freizeit sehr viele Fachbücher liest, sowie Online Seminare und Weiterbildungen absolviert.
Mit meinem Traum vor Augen verfolge ich meine Ziele, bis ich sie erreicht habe.

UE Stories: Constantin – Fast Focus Adventurer

By |2019-09-30T18:19:14+01:00December 6th, 2019|Absolventen, Career Start, Professional Advice, Students, Study Choice|

Constantin holds a bachelor's degree in photography from University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE). Today, he is a freelance bicycle and travel photographer. He says that during his studies, he came into contact with many people who inspired and supported him: "In retrospect, I really appreciate the freedom offered by studying at UE. The professors and lecturers give [...]

Working as a freelancer: how to write an invoice

By |2019-11-21T16:13:08+01:00November 29th, 2019|Absolventen, Career Start, Professional Advice, Students|

Have you successfully completed your first job as a freelancer? Then it’s time to send your bill. If you are unsure how to prepare an invoice, then you’ll find some helpful tips in today’s article. Include the essentials As a freelancer, you supply a specific service to your clients and you want to be paid [...]

UE Stories: Sascha – Digital Transformation Booster

By |2019-09-25T20:57:41+01:00November 22nd, 2019|Absolventen, Career Start, Professional Advice, Students, Study Choice|

Sascha started his career immediately after completing his bachelor's degree in Communication and Media Management at University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE). Today he works for one of the largest software companies in the world and, as Head of New Business Development, is responsible for opening up new business areas. He guides companies from more than 15 industries [...]

Working as a freelancer: how to prepare for meetings with clients Part 2         

By |2019-11-21T15:51:29+01:00November 21st, 2019|Absolventen, Career Start, Professional Advice, Students|

Your first meeting with a client can be pretty stressful. Even if you’re well prepared, you may still feel nervous, however, you don’t want this to be obvious to a potential client. Today we’ll give you some helpful hints on how you to handle meetings with professionalism and confidence, even when you’re feeling anxious and [...]

UE Stories: Annamaria – Next Level Networker

By |2019-09-25T20:51:51+01:00November 8th, 2019|Absolventen, Career Start, Professional Advice, Students, Study Choice|

Annamaria has always had a preference for mathematics and education. A teacher at school recommended that she bring these interests together and study business psychology. After graduating from high school, she decided to study Business Psychology at the University of Applied Sciences (UE) in Iserlohn. Today she works for Deutsche Bahn as Head of Recruiting and is responsible [...]

Working as a freelancer: how to prepare for meetings with clients Part 1

By |2019-09-23T20:18:40+01:00November 1st, 2019|Absolventen, Career Start, Professional Advice, Students|

If you are about to meet your first potential client and you’re unsure how best to prepare for the meeting, then you’re in the right place. In today’s article, we’ll give you a few tips on how to prepare for meetings with customers. Set yourself targets and gather information Preparation is key when it comes [...]

UE Stories: Lea Magic – Motion Master

By |2019-09-01T18:07:40+01:00October 25th, 2019|Absolventen, Career Start, Professional Advice, Students, Study Choice|

Lea holds a bachelor's degree in Film + Motion Design from the University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE) and now works successfully as an Animation Artist for a Berlin agency. "There is really a lot of emphasis on practice. As a student, you quickly gain project experience and many contacts." Developing your own creativity on the job as [...]

Working as a freelancer: how to stay motivated

By |2019-09-18T09:57:16+01:00October 18th, 2019|Absolventen, Career Start, Professional Advice, Students|

As a freelancer, you often have a lot on your plate. You have to deal with finding new customers, processing orders, writing invoices and expanding your professional network. With so many responsibilities, it can be difficult to keep motivated. In today’s article, you’ll find tips on how to stay on top of things, even when [...]

UE Stories: Bengt – Multi Level Player

By |2019-09-01T18:10:24+01:00October 11th, 2019|Absolventen, Career Start, Professional Advice, Students, Study Choice|

Bengt completed his bachelor's degree in sport and event management at the University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE) in 2017. Today, he works at Lagardère Sports as an Associate Brand Consultant and looks after football clubs and sponsors. He says UE was the starting point for his career: "Thanks to a guest lecture given by a Lagardère board [...]

Working as a freelancer: how to calculate your hourly rate Part 2

By |2019-09-18T10:30:06+01:00October 4th, 2019|Absolventen, Career Start, Professional Advice, Students|

If you’re wondering how to calculate your hourly rate as a freelancer, then you’re in the right place. In today’s article, we’ll look at an example to help you figure out how much you should charge per hour. Here’s a summary of what we discussed in part 1 of Working as a freelancer: how to [...]

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