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16.08.2018

What has become of the ARA Best Study Award winner Erik Cavallari?


Excellent academic achievements not only impress on the certificate. ARA AG grants the Best Study Award to those ETIA students with the best academic performance over the two years of study.
One of them is Erik Cavallari, alumnus of the postgraduate program MSc Environmental Technology & International Affairs (ETIA) and winner of the ARA Best Study Award 2017:

“One of the most interesting aspects of the ETIA program is that its participants are challenged in several different disciplines at a relentless pace. The ARA Best Study Award offers students a significant incentive to push themselves toward showing their full potential. In doing so, they learn what they are capable of and gain a higher level of self-confidence. Furthermore, the financial support that comes with the award offers the recipients more time and peace of mind while planning future professional moves.

Winning the ARA Best Study Award has also been for me a source of great satisfaction as it recognised the hard work of the previous two years.”

Career steps since the graduation

“Since graduating, I have been looking for different professional paths. Having been a professional artist for many years, I had the opportunity to cooperate with several art organisations in Vienna and I am currently working on ballet education. I have also developed a significant interest in blockchain technology and I have successfully experimented with digital assets day trade. I am however constantly looking for career openings more in line with my master studies.”

 

For more information on the ARA Best Study Award please click here


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