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Alumni profiles

Atanas Karadzhov

Atanas KaradzhovWhat was your background before you came to ITLGU?
I had a bachelor in business administration from the University of Mannheim and I had already gathered some working experience in process development at a Swedish international company. I took a partial leave from my job to take part in the program.

What are you working with now?
Now I work as a Learning & IT Manager for the same Swedish international company I used to work for before the program.
I design e-learning material in Storyline, produce communication video material, introduce educational interventions and drive various change management activities related to new ways of working, new processes or new IT systems.

What did you learn from ITLGU that you are using in your work now?
The design skills I have learned throughout the program come in handy on a daily basis. Also the broader understanding of learning and how it relates to technology provides me with a unique perspective when it comes to change management. The educational game design skills I have learned from ITLGU are also very helpful.

Franziska Müller

Franziska MüllerWhat was your background before you came to ITLGU?
A completed vocational education and a Bachelor in Business Administration. Also, I came with several years of work experience as a trainee as well as an employee in Human Resources.

Why did you choose to study at the University of Gothenburg?
I have always been interested in the intersection of information technology and the learning sciences. At the time of applying (cohort of 2014), the University of Gothenburg offered the only Master program which combined these two subjects.

What are you working with now?
I support companies in defining their learning & development strategy. In practice this means that I work out a road map how employees can learn and develop to strive in their role. In this role I also lead IT projects, where I am responsible for analyzing requirements, testing pilot developments and for implementing the final product.

What did you learn from ITLGU that you are using in your work now?
An evidence-based, systematic approach, which I could readily apply at work to become more professional in what I do. I also benefited from the focus on evaluating (digital) learning environments, which plays a major role in my work today. Finally, I learned a lot about cross-cultural group work and about taking responsibility to create my own learning experience.

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