Isabell Fries

Isabell Fries
Isabell Fries

Isabell Fries completed her bachelor's degree in SPE in 2017 with stops in Brussels and Odense, then started her master's degree in International Business & Politics at Copenhagen Business School and was invited Institute for Manufacturing at the University of Cambridge for her master's thesis. Here Isabell is currently researching at the intersection of "AI, Humanity & Future of Work". Isabell is also a presenter at various conferences in the Technology & Entrepreneurship field and a student speaker on "Future of Education/Work" and "FutureSkills."

When I look back on my ZU time today...

"...I think back to an inspiring think tank with a lake view, with many flashes of inspiration and the ZU spirit. ZU is a place full of doer mentality and high academic standards combined with visionary work and society-oriented thinking. It was a formative period of life with friendships for life, countless "blissful" moments, and the realization: there has never been more of a beginning than now!"

Why SPE?

"Especially in today's world, it is important to look at various complexes of topics, problems of today's societies and international conflicts from the different, interrelated perspectives, to analyze them and to look for sustainable solutions."

What type of person would you recommend studying SPE to?

"Unconventional thinkers who can't easily be pigeonholed."

Isabell Fries war im März 2016 Pioneer of the Month.

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