BBA alumnus Nikolaus Munaretto joins MODUL Career
August 01, 2017
MODUL Career is pleased to welcome a recent alumnus to their staff. Nikolaus Munaretto, better known as Nik, completed his Bachelor of Business Administration in Tourism and Hospitality Management this past semester and is staying on at MU as a MODUL Career officer.
Originally from the wine-growing region of Krems in the Wachau valley, Nik shares his passion for travel and wine, as well as his responsibilites in the MODUL Career office:
''I always had a focus on tourism throughout my academic career - whether it was during high school or later on when I obtained my Bachelors degree in International Tourism and Hospitality Management at Modul University Vienna – the world of traveling always accompanied me on my path.
I recently joined the Modul Career team to support the implementation of an entrepreneurial environment for students and industry partners at Modul University Vienna. Furthermore, I am in charge of keeping track of our alumni as well as to broaden our network of Modul Career partners.
Since I am passionate for wine, I am currently in the founding phase of my own start-up called “Soulgrape”. These two areas, on the one hand raising enthusiasms for start-ups and assisting students in their initial phase at MU and on the other experiencing similar processes by myself allow me to share experiences from first hand on.
The third main area of my responsibilities at Modul Career are events. I strongly believe that when people are brought together: start-ups, students with entrepreneurial ideas and spirits and key industry partners, brilliant things can happen. Hereby I can draw from almost 10 years of working experience as an operational team leader at an Austrian event agency.
Besides all that, my heart beats for traveling and getting to know new cultures and people from around the world. Sports also play a big role in my life – whether it is skiing in winter or rock climbing and scuba diving in summer – I try to spend every free minute outdoors, preferably in the mountains.''