Diego Sanin

My name is Diego Sanin and I am the ambassador contact point for LatinAmerica. Growing up in Colombia was very fun for me, I went to a catholic school and afterwards decided to study advertising and marketing which involved huge changes in the style of education. During my university studies I had the opportunity to learn a lot of interesting things and to enjoy myself, but most of all to always try to achieve the objectives I traced. My greatest objective in life at this moment is to have the opportunity to help others fulfill their own goals.

I am currently studying the Management Master´s program at the Karlshochschule university and it has been a memorable experience for me during my time here I have had the great opportunity to meet incredible people from diverse background and in an amazing atmosphere, it is like if we were all one big team. I enjoy traveling to different places and getting to know different cultures. I strongly believe that this is the best learning experience for me because I have had the opportunity to be exposed to different people, opportunities, and experiences. The only thing I regret is not taking enough pictures, but I want to continue traveling through my life. I think that humans were not created to live in a particular place, but they should move when they feel it is the proper time to fulfill new dreams and to trace new goals.

Short note on the Ai conference

One of the main topics discused in the AI panel conference was how In Karlsruhe there is a very favorable ecosystem for AI startups bringing SME (Small medium enterprise) and AI startups to adopt AI solutions in different business context. Other topics that were discussed during the conference are for instance, how can AI have solid ethical standards for its future application and several cases of developments and applications that can help to tackle the sustainability dilemma. You can find more information at the ZKM center web page or at AIxAI home page of the event. It is very important to understand that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a term, that encompases severeal types of technologies, that derives from computer science and makes emphasis on the ability of soft where to complete human type tasks. This new technology can be used in fields of: Virtual Personal assistance, Smart cars, Cognitive computers, Digital Marketing, OTT, Security and Survalence, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Logistics and Transport. You can learn more at:

ZKM: https://zkm.de/de/veranstaltung/2019/10/aixia-conference 

AixAi:  https://aixia.eu

 

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StudentenWohnheim (Dorms) in Karlsruhe

In this post you will find the most relevant Student dorms in the city with their webpages, address and point of contact for application.

 

  1. Youniq Studentenwohnung mit: Gottesauer straße 37, 76131 Karlsruhe email: karlsruhe@youniq.de
  2. Studentenwohnheim Kolleg am Ring: Adenauerring 6, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://kar.whka.de 
  3. Studentenheim Oberrhein:  Rudolf straße 24, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://studentenheim-oberrhein.de 
  4. Studentenwohnheim Engler Straße: EnglerStraße 14, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://www.sw-ka.de/de/wohnen/wohnheimantrag/ 
  5. Studentenwohnheim e.v: Klosterweg 28, 76131 Karlsruhe web page: ys@hadiko.de 
  6. Hans Dickman Kolleg: Klosterweg 28, 76131 Karslruhe web page: bewerbung@hadiko.de
  7. Wohnheim Waldhornstraße des Studierendenwerks Karlsruhe: Waldhornstraße 36 76131 Karlsruhe wohnen@sw-ka.de 
  8. Studentenwohnheim Klosterweg 7: Klosterweg 7, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://www.sw-ka.de/de/wohnen/wohnheimantrag/ 
  9. Studentenwohnheim Nancystraße 20: NancyStraße 20, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://nan.whka.de/cmsn/de/wohnheim/zimmer 
  10. Augustin Bea-Haus: Willy-andreas-allee 5, 76131 Karlsruhe  web page:http://www.abh.uni-karlsruhe.de/site/ 
  11. Studentenwohnheim Hans Wolfgang Heidland Haus: Weechstraße 1, 76131 Karlsruhe web page: studentenwohnheim-weechstrasse.karlsruhe@kbz.ekiba.de 

 

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Living in Karlsruhe and Meeting new friends.

One of the things that has impressed me the most of studying in Karlshochschule is, that it is so diverse that bring people from different backgrounds and countries and it has given me the opportunity to be friends and a little bit of their culture and inspiration for new places to travel hopefully in the future one day.  An opportunity I would have never had if I stayed home. 

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Student Life in Europe!

Studying abroad at Karlshochschule has been the best decision I have made, bringing me the opportunity to travel to several countries accross Europe due to its strategical geographic location. For instance last week I was in Valencia Spain for Las Fallas. To learn more about this Carnival click on the link.

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Short note on the Ai conference

One of the main topics discused in the AI panel conference was how In Karlsruhe there is a very favorable ecosystem for AI startups bringing SME (Small medium enterprise) and AI startups to adopt AI solutions in different business context. Other topics that were discussed during the conference are for instance, how can AI have solid ethical standards for its future application and several cases of developments and applications that can help to tackle the sustainability dilemma. You can find more information at the ZKM center web page or at AIxAI home page of the event. It is very important to understand that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a term, that encompases severeal types of technologies, that derives from computer science and makes emphasis on the ability of soft where to complete human type tasks. This new technology can be used in fields of: Virtual Personal assistance, Smart cars, Cognitive computers, Digital Marketing, OTT, Security and Survalence, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Logistics and Transport. You can learn more at:

ZKM: https://zkm.de/de/veranstaltung/2019/10/aixia-conference 

AixAi:  https://aixia.eu

 

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Living in Karlsruhe and Meeting new friends.

One of the things that has impressed me the most of studying in Karlshochschule is, that it is so diverse that bring people from different backgrounds and countries and it has given me the opportunity to be friends and a little bit of their culture and inspiration for new places to travel hopefully in the future one day.  An opportunity I would have never had if I stayed home. 

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Student Life in Europe!

Studying abroad at Karlshochschule has been the best decision I have made, bringing me the opportunity to travel to several countries accross Europe due to its strategical geographic location. For instance last week I was in Valencia Spain for Las Fallas. To learn more about this Carnival click on the link.

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Why Karlshochschule International University?

Karlshochschule university provides great opportunities to students from all corners across the world, no matter the place of origin you will always feel welcomed and inspired to come to class. With the possibility of studying different careers in the fields of business and sociological sciences that will help us construct an ideal future.

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Short note on the Ai conference

One of the main topics discused in the AI panel conference was how In Karlsruhe there is a very favorable ecosystem for AI startups bringing SME (Small medium enterprise) and AI startups to adopt AI solutions in different business context. Other topics that were discussed during the conference are for instance, how can AI have solid ethical standards for its future application and several cases of developments and applications that can help to tackle the sustainability dilemma. You can find more information at the ZKM center web page or at AIxAI home page of the event. It is very important to understand that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a term, that encompases severeal types of technologies, that derives from computer science and makes emphasis on the ability of soft where to complete human type tasks. This new technology can be used in fields of: Virtual Personal assistance, Smart cars, Cognitive computers, Digital Marketing, OTT, Security and Survalence, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Logistics and Transport. You can learn more at:

ZKM: https://zkm.de/de/veranstaltung/2019/10/aixia-conference 

AixAi:  https://aixia.eu

 

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Student Life in Europe!

Studying abroad at Karlshochschule has been the best decision I have made, bringing me the opportunity to travel to several countries accross Europe due to its strategical geographic location. For instance last week I was in Valencia Spain for Las Fallas. To learn more about this Carnival click on the link.

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Why Karlsruhe Germany?

Karlsruhe is one of the most well known student life cities in Germany with approximately 30000 students it is commonly known as "Germanies Think Tank" combining mostly engineers, from KIT (Karlsruhe Institute for Technology), artist from other universities, Musicians and of course students from the Karlshochschule.

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Why Karlshochschule International University?

Karlshochschule university provides great opportunities to students from all corners across the world, no matter the place of origin you will always feel welcomed and inspired to come to class. With the possibility of studying different careers in the fields of business and sociological sciences that will help us construct an ideal future.

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StudentenWohnheim (Dorms) in Karlsruhe

In this post you will find the most relevant Student dorms in the city with their webpages, address and point of contact for application.

 

  1. Youniq Studentenwohnung mit: Gottesauer straße 37, 76131 Karlsruhe email: karlsruhe@youniq.de
  2. Studentenwohnheim Kolleg am Ring: Adenauerring 6, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://kar.whka.de 
  3. Studentenheim Oberrhein:  Rudolf straße 24, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://studentenheim-oberrhein.de 
  4. Studentenwohnheim Engler Straße: EnglerStraße 14, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://www.sw-ka.de/de/wohnen/wohnheimantrag/ 
  5. Studentenwohnheim e.v: Klosterweg 28, 76131 Karlsruhe web page: ys@hadiko.de 
  6. Hans Dickman Kolleg: Klosterweg 28, 76131 Karslruhe web page: bewerbung@hadiko.de
  7. Wohnheim Waldhornstraße des Studierendenwerks Karlsruhe: Waldhornstraße 36 76131 Karlsruhe wohnen@sw-ka.de 
  8. Studentenwohnheim Klosterweg 7: Klosterweg 7, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://www.sw-ka.de/de/wohnen/wohnheimantrag/ 
  9. Studentenwohnheim Nancystraße 20: NancyStraße 20, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://nan.whka.de/cmsn/de/wohnheim/zimmer 
  10. Augustin Bea-Haus: Willy-andreas-allee 5, 76131 Karlsruhe  web page:http://www.abh.uni-karlsruhe.de/site/ 
  11. Studentenwohnheim Hans Wolfgang Heidland Haus: Weechstraße 1, 76131 Karlsruhe web page: studentenwohnheim-weechstrasse.karlsruhe@kbz.ekiba.de 

 

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StudentenWohnheim (Dorms) in Karlsruhe

In this post you will find the most relevant Student dorms in the city with their webpages, address and point of contact for application.

 

  1. Youniq Studentenwohnung mit: Gottesauer straße 37, 76131 Karlsruhe email: karlsruhe@youniq.de
  2. Studentenwohnheim Kolleg am Ring: Adenauerring 6, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://kar.whka.de 
  3. Studentenheim Oberrhein:  Rudolf straße 24, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://studentenheim-oberrhein.de 
  4. Studentenwohnheim Engler Straße: EnglerStraße 14, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://www.sw-ka.de/de/wohnen/wohnheimantrag/ 
  5. Studentenwohnheim e.v: Klosterweg 28, 76131 Karlsruhe web page: ys@hadiko.de 
  6. Hans Dickman Kolleg: Klosterweg 28, 76131 Karslruhe web page: bewerbung@hadiko.de
  7. Wohnheim Waldhornstraße des Studierendenwerks Karlsruhe: Waldhornstraße 36 76131 Karlsruhe wohnen@sw-ka.de 
  8. Studentenwohnheim Klosterweg 7: Klosterweg 7, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://www.sw-ka.de/de/wohnen/wohnheimantrag/ 
  9. Studentenwohnheim Nancystraße 20: NancyStraße 20, 76131 Karlsruhe web page:https://nan.whka.de/cmsn/de/wohnheim/zimmer 
  10. Augustin Bea-Haus: Willy-andreas-allee 5, 76131 Karlsruhe  web page:http://www.abh.uni-karlsruhe.de/site/ 
  11. Studentenwohnheim Hans Wolfgang Heidland Haus: Weechstraße 1, 76131 Karlsruhe web page: studentenwohnheim-weechstrasse.karlsruhe@kbz.ekiba.de 

 

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The Karls-People

In Germany, students call each other ‘Kommilitonen’ – this is based on a Latin term that means something like ‘fellow combatants’. And that’s exactly how it really is: At Karls, I feel like I'm surrounded by people who are working for the same things and want to stand up for what’s right together. The professors, staff and other students are inspired by the idea of creating something bigger – committed to the environment, sustainability and a better world. That's why I don’t feel like there are any hierarchies here. I can chat with my professors as easily as with my roommate. I can confidently say: The people here are the ones who have made Karlsruhe a second home for me.

The Karls-Philosophy

Karls has developed its own constructivist philosophy and didactics. The exact wording can be found on karlshochschule.de. But I can tell you in my own words how this philosophy feels to me and how it has become tangible in my life. Put briefly: At Karls, I can let myself and my ideas blossom. I can incorporate my knowledge, my ideals and my expectations and deepen them in a lively dialogue with my fellow students. My ideas are taken seriously here – I learn from my professors, of course, but my professors also learn from me. Instead of a strict curriculum and tons of theoretical knowledge, at Karls, I am given a wide range of information that I can structure however I want, and many opportunities to try it out in practice.

The Karls-Education

When I arrive at Karls in the morning, I overhear scraps of conversation between my classmates in English, German, French, Spanish and many other languages. It is precisely this open intercultural exchange that also shapes the experience of studying at Karls. Here, it’s totally normal for your course of study to cross the boundaries between disciplines. For example, it’s simply a matter of course for economists to be concerned with topics such as sustainability, environmental conservation and social justice. Conversely, sociologists at Karls are developing business models that will change the way we understand management. There’s no question that the idea of a language barrier is unimportant at the Karlshochschule. Most of the courses take place in English, and learning German is on the curriculum from day one.

Management

What should our future look like? How do we want to manage tomorrow? In the Management degree program, you will learn to take responsibility for a complex world in which negotiating skills are just as important as understanding and empathy. The pop-up menu gives you more information about your specialization options.

International Business

If you do not want to conceive of economics merely as a game of numbers, but instead want to understand and apply economic questions in an intercultural context, then you’ve come to the right place. You can design your own course of studies and specialize in three different areas.

Society

The world needs not only doers, but also thinkers. People who write the rules of the future and act as protagonists on the international political and economic stage. In these four courses of study in the field of ‘Society’, you’ll get exactly the know-how you need.

Management (M.A.)

The reality of economics and business is negotiated again and again between those involved in it. There are no universal truths, but rather well-functioning viewpoints. This is exactly what the course of studies conveys: Here, students and teachers work together on cultural and social science topics and apply them to management practice.

Spezialisierungen

Would you like to enter the creative industry or set up your own start-up? Do you want to make a difference in the political system of your country or, as the person in charge of an NGO, foster social change? Whatever your vision is: The Master's program offers you six different specializations from which you can choose two – so you can tailor your studies to your exact goals.

„The interconnectedness of modules within and across semesters is stunning. This Master’s is definitively about ‚Rethinking Management‘ and requires engagement on the brink of my comfort zone.“

Mischa Burmester,

Alumnus Master of Management

Conditions

At Karls, we know that grades are not everything. Here, what counts above all is a person’s commitment and the values that define them – and that cannot be measured. The most important thing about your online application is therefore your letter of motivation. This is your chance to show us who you are and why you are a good fit for Karls. Karls is an officially accredited university and must adhere to the rules of the German registration authorities in the application process: Therefore, another prerequisite is a recognized secondary-school degree in Germany.

Help Center

I've put together a bunch of PDFs for most countries on the South American continent. Here you will find a step-by-step checklist for your journey to Karls – from your letter of motivation to how to apply for grants and scholarships and even the application form for a visa. Also, the exact requirements for your education are in the PDF for your country or your region. In addition, you will find in the PDF the contact details of the most important contact persons, e.g. your consulate or embassy. If at any point you feel unsure – don’t worry: I'm here for you.

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International Foundation Year

Are you thinking ‘Karls is exactly what I want for my life’, but unfortunately are missing the appropriate degree? Maybe you also have a very good school diploma, but it is not recognized by the German registration authorities? Don’t despair! Many of my fellow students once felt the same way. The solution for you might be the Foundation Year: Within a year, you will learn all the necessary content and then take an exam. This means you’ll meet the admission requirements and can enrol at Karls. Wondering if a Foundation Year is also for you? Write to me and I'll explain everything else, including where and when you can do it.

Do you have further questions about Karls or your studies? Then just write me. I will be at your side with words and deeds and look forward to hear from you.