We are proud of our students and alumni
A survey of graduates of the Master's program in Public History showed that 100% of the Touro College Berlin graduates either worked in their respective field of study or were enrolled in a doctoral program that built on the Touro degree.
Our management graduates in Berlin highly sought after by multinational firms with branches in Germany. The list of multinationals that have hired Touro College students reads like a "Who's Who" of international business.
Alumni of our MBA Program
Ms. Nataly Fischmann who graduated in June 2013 from the MBA program has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer at the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation, a not for profit organization, with the goal to assist in the rebuilding Jewish life in Central and Eastern Europe. In this position Nataly has controlling responsibilities for the grants and funds for over 40 projects.
Alumni of our M.A. program
In 2011, on the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Adolf Eichmann trial in Jerusalem, Lisa, MA, curated an internationally recognized exhibit at the Topography of Terror Documentation Center in Berlin. Currently, she is writing her dissertation on the "Judenrat" of Teresín.
Anna, MA, wrote her master's thesis on day-to-day Nazi terror in a village in Germany. Her essay is being prepared for publication. Ms. J.is working on her dissertation.
Inga, MA, works as an educator at the memorial site of the former concentration camp of Sachsenhausen.
Christina, MA, finished her master's thesis on Holocaust remembrance in the Russian Federation, and is currently working on her dissertation on "The Russian view on the Shoah: Official remembrance versus individual memory of the Holocaust in contemporary Russia" at the Stanley Burton Center, University of Leicester.
Lothar, MA, teaches courses on National Socialism and the Holocaust at one of Berlin's community schools.
Hartmut, MA, works as a public relations specialist at Abraham Geiger Kolleg in Potsdam and serves as editor of the Jewish Voice from Germany.
Kristina, Class of 2009: My formula 1 to a successful career
I am grateful having been blessed with some exciting adventures and a continuous positive development of my career.
After graduating from Touro College Berlin, I very quickly landed a job with Coca-Cola and concurrently was working in a leading role at the O2 World Berlin. My life-long passion for football and sport resulted in working at the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa and independently being accepted as the only German of my class into the most prestigious sports master program, namely the FIFA Master. The FIFA Master in Management, Law and Humanities of Sport is organised by the International Centre for Sport Studies (CIES) in partnership with three universities, De Montfort University in Leicester (England), SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milan (Italy) and the University of Neuchâtel (Switzerland), and is endorsed by FIFA. The week after graduation I promptly received positive feedback regarding both of my job interviews. I moved to Zürich and am now working in the marketing department of Sauber Motorsport AG as Event Manager of the Sauber F1 Team. It is certainly a dream come true and I enjoyed and enjoy every moment of this exciting journey.
I am still in touch with many of my former Touro classmates and one of them had actually been accepted in the FIFA Master program shortly after I graduated.