As a volunteer in South Africa

A group of black children

Felix Neuhauser (last row, black basecap) with children at the Kariega Game Reserve, South Africa. Picture: Private

Felix Neuhauser is in his eighth semester of the Bachelor’s degree program Business Administration at THI Business School and used the last semester break to spend almost five weeks working in a wildlife reserve in South Africa. As a volunteer, he documented and identified the wildlife population, for example, and observed their movement patterns. The goal was to maintain and research the population and protect it from attacks by poachers. He also assisted locals in an after-school program for children. He had his trip credited as a social project for his studies. Such projects are mandatory in all bachelor's degree programs at THI Business School.