Alumni portraits What has become of our graduates?
Since it was founded in 1980, the Bundesbank's university has seen almost 3,500 young people graduate and embark on their professional careers.
Many of them are still in contact with their university, either as part-time lecturers or as colleagues in one of the numerous business units with which the university cooperates.
Below you will find some examples of the CVs/career paths of graduates that have gone on to work at the Bundesbank or the European Central Bank.
They tell us in the form of interviews how studying at the Bundesbank's University of Applied Sciences has influenced them and prepared them for the requirements of their job as well as about the biggest challenge they faced while studying.
Graduated in September 1992
Head of the Osnabrück branch of the Deutsche Bundesbank's Regional Office in Bremen, Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt2
Graduated in September 1995
Deputy Head of the Centre for Technical Central Bank Cooperation at the Bundesbank's Central Office
Graduated in March 2005
Human resources manager for employees and junior staff in the Higher Service at the Bundesbank's Central Office
Graduated in September 2005
Employed in the coordination unit in the central secretariat of the Financial Stability Department at the Bundesbank's Central Office
Graduated in September 2007
Works in the area of operational banking supervision at the Bundesbank's Regional Office in Hesse
Graduated in March 1998
Employed in the IT Department, responsible for business process modelling at the Bundesbank's Central Office
Graduated in March 2008
Works in the area of reserve assets management at the Bundesbank's Central Office
Graduated in September 2003
Bundesbank representative in two Joint Supervisory Teams of the European Central Bank at the Bundesbank's Regional Office in North Rhine-Westphalia
Graduated in October 2013
Higher Service staff member at the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin)