Hochschule Düsseldorf
University of Applied Sciences

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Our Tutors - Students for Students

During your stay in Düsseldorf you get support from friendly students at Hochschule Düsseldorf – our tutors. 
The tutors can answer you many questions concerning your stay in Düsseldorf, have lots of valuable advice and know Hochschule Düsseldorf. Please do not hesitate to contact one of our tutors if you have any questions concerning your studies or your life in Düsseldorf.
Please do not forget: Our tutors are primarily students and cannot answer all questions concerning a semester abroad, but they will know the right contact person for sure. 
Additionally, the tutors plan an exciting cultural programme and accompany you during these activities – a great experience for everyone involved!​​​


​Alexandra Stock​

My name is Alexandra, but most people just call me Sascha. That's because my mother is Russian and Sascha is the Russian abbreviation for Alexandra. My father is German but actually I didn't live in either of those countries. Instead I grew up in the Algarve (Portugal) because my parents emigrated there before I was born.

This means I was lucky enough to learn four languages - German, English, ​​Portuguese and Russian - and I speak most of them fluently.

After graduating from school, I did a gap year during which I travelled and worked in different places including Tavira and Moscow.

In 2019 I moved to Düsseldorf for my studies at Hochschule Düsseldorf – University of Applied Sciences. I am currently studying Communication and Multimedia Management (Bachelor) at the Faculty of Business Studies.

I am always open to questions and I look forward to getting to know you!

You can contact me via email at alexandra.stock@hs-duesseldorf.de.


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​Janis Bärmann

My name is Janis and I study architecture and interior design at the Faculty of Architecture since 2019.

During the winter semester 2021/22 I started working at the International Office as a tutor because I wanted to help exchange students during their time abroad.

I have been an exchange student myself in Lisbon, Portugal. This experience was extremely formative and represents the basic motivation for my work at the International Office.

My language skills include fluent English and basic Portuguese.

You can contact me via email at janis.baermann@hs-duesseldorf.de . I am always happy to help!


​Anna-Lena Weigelt

My name is Anna-Lena, but many people just call me Alena.

I grew up in Düsseldorf and have been studying International Management at HSD since the winter semester 2021/22.

During school, I participated in some intercultural projects, trips, and student exchanges. After graduating from school, I lived and worked in the US for 6 months. I also love to travel.

I enjoy meeting new people and learning about other cultures.

I am always open to questions and look forward to getting to know you!

In case of any questions just write me an email to anna-lena.weigelt@hs-duesseldorf.de.

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Shirzai Qaderi

My Name is Shirzai and I am studying Business Administration at HSD in the 6th semester.

I lived in different countries and therefore I would describe myself as a cosmopolitan person. I speak four languages: German, English, Farsi and Urdu.

I am looking forward to sharing my experience with you and to helping you in case of any questions.

Feel free to contact me via email at shirzai.qaderi@study.hs-duesseldorf.de .

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Fabrice Loukou

My name is Fabrice Loukou, you can simply call me Fabrice. I’m from Ivory Coast (West Africa). I can speak German, English and French.
 
After studying German studies especially focused on German history and society in Ivory Coast, I decided to increase my knowledge through studies in social sciences in Germany.
 
The implementation of this decision has led me to Düsseldorf since March 2019, where I started studying social Work at the faculty of social and cultural sciences since the end of 2020.

Feel free to come to me in case of any questions. You can contact me via email at fabrice.loukou@hs-duesseldorf.de​.
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