Alumni Network. See you.
You have your degree completed? Congratulations! Since our opening in 2012, over 1,000 students have graduated and started working. That is more than a thousand individual stories from a wide variety of regions around the world, industries, and fields of work. Really exciting!
For us it is important that we maintain contact with our graduates and follow along with their professional and personal development. Of course, we are also curious about which paths our alumni take after graduation. Therefore, we would like to promote the (inter)national exchange between universities and companies, as well as between graduates and new students. Doing so allows us to create a strong network for our core areas: Hotel & Tourism, Management & Marketing, Psychology & Social Services. A good reason to exchange ideas on a regular basis, right?
We would look forward to seeing you stay connected to SRH after your studies as we are curious to hear how things went for you.
Stay part of SRH.
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Let me do it and I'll learn."
We are proud of you! Closing ceremony at the Dresden campus
Every year, we proudly bid farewell to our Bachelor graduates. This is the final step our students take towards completing their studies. Traditionally, the graduation ceremony is held at the Heinrich Schütz Conservatory Dresden. Dressed in the typical academic dress form – black gown and hat, our alumni receive their bachelor's certificates. Some of our graduates choose to continue their academic path with a master's degree. Whereas others decide to start their career or experience travelling the world.
No matter which path you choose, we sincerely wish all our Bachelor graduates good luck and success in their future!
Transfer your knowledge. Fancy teaching yourself?
Throughout the course of your studies, close contact between you as a student and the university is established. Many of our graduates return and work in contact with the Dresden School of Management as lecturers or in the form of guest lectures. Here they pass on their field-tested expertise to the new generation of students and take the opportunity to exchange experiences with each other.
Wenn du Lust hast, selbst zu dozieren, melde dich doch bei uns.