Anna Lesche completed her Master's degree at ZU in 2023 and has since worked as a research assistant and doctoral candidate at the Center for Mobility Studies at ZU.
"ZU qualified me for interdisciplinary research and collaboration, especially in the field of psychological and economic aspects of human decision-making. The ability to lead complex projects and translate research findings into practical applications was particularly encouraged."
"The course gave me a deep understanding of the interaction between these areas. By focusing on interdisciplinary solutions, I learned how to work effectively at this interface to develop holistic solutions to complex problems."
"Graduates are qualified for a variety of roles, including research, project management and consultancy, particularly in areas that require interdisciplinary knowledge."
"My studies at ZU gave me a unique perspective on research and analysis. It has prepared me to pursue innovative approaches in my current position, especially in relation to the application of AI in mobility research."
"I chose the Interdisciplinary Research Master because of its unique structure, which allowed me to develop my own research project and gain in-depth knowledge in the fields of psychology and economics. The Master was also a unique opportunity to prepare for my PhD."
"This program is ideal for people who show initiative, think creatively and are willing to cross traditional academic boundaries to develop innovative research projects."