Interested in pursuing your degree in STEM? Three professionals in the area of mechanical, electrical engineering and Geoinformatics joined us Digital Career Meet-ups and shared their career paths.

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>>Career Prospects in Germany in Mechanical, Electrical Engineering and Geoinformatics

Moses Githinji is currently finishing his Masters at the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences in Germany. Moses won the DAAD Award in year 2019 for his excellent performance and social engagement. One of this goals is to help out the communities back in Africa with his engineering skills he has acquired in Germany. Moses is also the Founder of The Engineering Podcast, which has been featuring inspiring stories of professionals in STEM.

Tracy Cherogony Bett currently working as a Hardware Design Engineer at Robert Bosch pursued her Bachelor and Masters in Electrical, Electronics and Communications at Leibniz University Hannover. Fascinated with technology at a very young age, she chose this particular career path as an electrical engineer specialising in Telecommunications because she sees a world full of infinite possibilities especially in this field.

Brian Pondi is currently pursing his Masters in Geoinformatics in Münster. Brian says he chose Geospatial/Geoinformatics because everything happens somewhere, it’s a domain that solve everyday location-based problem like getting a taxi using Uber, using Google maps for direction, Amazon delivering at your doorstep, finding a date on Tinder, social amenities allocation, etc. Brian is  mainly interested in being a Geospatial Software Engineer focusing on mobility services to reduce road traffic and avoid emissions.



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