studied International Affairs at the Hertie School
I think UGV is a great way to reduce the financial barriers to private education. There are interesting and exciting programs here that should not only be reserved for financially strong students. Because of this, I am convinced of the ISA as a concept. And after studying, the ISA adapts to my life and not the other way around. I am protected, I can make my contribution – both financially and in solidarity – and I am happy to do so, even if I see the debit.
The ISA is from students for students: You find a solution together – the heart of what CHANCEN eG is all about. And of course it’s clear that CHANCEN eG needs the money to finance the next generation. That works out in a way that I fully agree with.