Students from various backgrounds, such as economics, social and political sciences, IT, geography and communication / media studies from universities and applied universities.
- good command of the English language (in writing and communication). German or other European languages are an asset.
- interest in at least on of the following ICT–related topics: digital health, innovation society, entrepreneurship, renewable energy, digitalisation
- motivation to quickly get familiarised with the topic at hand
- contributing with new qualitative and quantitative research methods (skills in statistics and/or other social science empirical methods)
- Very good command of MS Office (especially Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, OneDrive, OneNote)
- Excellent communication skills, including some knowledge of digital communication and media (e.g. LinkedIn, Twitter, Content Management Systems, etc.)