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New Episode: Chemnitz Career Paths

Recent graduate Zahra Joulaei currently works as a web developer at Staffbase – in a video, she reports on how this came to be

Zahra Joulaei completed her studies at Chemnitz University of Technology and now works as a web developer at Staffbase. This is great for Joulaei, as it opens doors for professional possibilities all over the world and allows her creativity in her professional life. If the opportunity arose to study again at the university, she says she would do it immediately. Why this is the case, and what opportunities she was offered through her studies in Chemnitz, are reported on in the new episode of “Alumni Portrait”.

Multimedia: The video report on Zahra Joulaei is available on the Chemnitz University of Technology YouTube channel. You can also head over to the university’s official instagram account for a pinned story about Joulaei (account required).

Background: TU4U

The TU4U project, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), offers a variety of formats that focus on making it easier for current and prospective students to get started in the right degree programme. Current offerings for prospective students such as the Robo School (in which students can immerse themselves in robotics), the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering student workshop, the chemistry lab, Campus Week and the “Schnupperstudium” (in which students experience lectures firsthand) are now accompanied by video statements.

Further information about the Alumni Portrait series and the TU4U orientation offerings is available from Susann Kappler, Phone 0371 531-37160, Email

(Matthias Fejes / Translation: Jeffrey Karnitz)

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