Now we know who the seven winners are who will represent the seven faculties of TU Graz this academic year:
In September 2016 in the
BeTheFace campaign, TU Graz was looking for students from all the faculties to represent their university for one whole year online and offline. More than 90 students from different countries of origin and fields of study applied. The jury was spoilt for choice and focused on authenticity, diversity and uniqueness.
faces who were chosen will have reason to be happy about the results of the professional photo shoots since they will also receive in recognition additional City of Graz vouchers and a TU Graz hoodie. The
faces from the first campaign in the 2015/2016 academic year are almost everywhere: in TU Graz’s new web presence, in the Intranet TU4U, in print publications such as the TU Graz Annual Report, the information folder, Facts & Figures, study brochures and even on flags and at the new TU Graz exhibition stand.
Do you want to take part, too? At the end of September 2017 there will be another chance to be the face of TU Graz.
The first photo shoot featuring the winners was held in November 2016 in the Alte Technik – the setting, together with a professional photographer and make-up artist, invoked a studio atmosphere within the venerable walls of the University. Portrait photos and group pictures were taken. In the new year, too, joint photo shoots with the seven winners are on the programme. In spring, for example, the spotlight will be on student life on the campus, in the labs, lecture halls and in the city of Graz itself.
... our faces represent TU Graz online and offline for one year?
... our faces take part in professional photo shoots?
... as a small thank-you our faces receive City of Graz vouchers and TU Graz promotional articles?
... there will be another chance to be the face of TU Graz later this year?
Communications and Marketing
I am studying at TU Graz...
... because I can combine creativity and technology in architecture and make it come alive for the wider community.
Alexander Winkler, 19 | Architecture, Bachelor
... because I’d like to contribute to groundbreaking buildings in design, calculation and construction.
Julia Angleitner, 22 | Civil Engineering and Structural Engineering, Master
... because there is nothing more exciting than producing something new and innovative.
Lea Kapetanovic, 25 | Production Science and Management, Master
... because the wide variety of courses allows me to create my perfect mix of electrical engineering and computer science.
Thomas Neff, 23 | Information and Computer Engineering, Master
... because I want to understand the details of the world behind the formulae so I can help shape future developments in technical and industrial fields.
Sascha Rossmann, 28 | Technical Physics, Bachelor
... because the core areas of mechanical engineering and chemistry are combined optimally in my study programme and open up many opportunities for me in the world of work.
Teresa Jagiello, 23 | Chemical and Process Engineering, Bachelor
... because I can deepen my interest in technology and medicine and so optimise technical applications in the future healthcare sector.
Alexander Draschl, 19 | Biomedical Engineering, Molecular Biology, Bachelor