A bachelor thesis supervised by ec4u expert consulting ag again won the HsKA Award of the Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences. The bachelor student received the award of the city of Karlsruhe and the women’s advancement award of the Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences.
The thesis focused on a new approach to software development (API-led connectivity) through which data is connected to applications via communicating interfaces between systems. The award confirms the proven supervision concept for bachelor and master theses at ec4u.
“We are happy that the award has been presented to one of our former students and proud that our extensive thesis support contributes to the success of our students”, says Susann Kuberski, Human Resources ec4u.
Students writing a thesis at ec4u receive both specialist and organizational support. A regular exchange with supervisors is an integral part of the concept. Therefore, students always have the opportunity to discuss the current status and initiate the next steps. The intensive exchange is worthwhile: students gain interesting insights into a work environment. Campaigns such as “Gadget4Thesis” ensure that particularly good results are additionally rewarded, for example with an Amazon Echo or a drone.
So far, almost 200 final theses have been written at ec4u. For the 25 theses written in 2020, the average grade was an outstanding 1.5.
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