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Berlingske Business interviews Youth Goodwill Ambassador Christopher Nicolas Müller

Christopher Nicolas Müller is 23 years old and comes from Germany. He studies Business and Development Studies at Copenhagen Business School. Christopher prioritises the perfect study and job opportunities over the geographical location. Culture and values also matter a lot to this idealist German.

Why have you decided to take your education in Denmark?

"Copenhagen Business School has a good reputation and I wanted to study something where I could combine business with a more social aspect. Business and Development is the perfect study line for me and a very rare one. I would like to focus on how business opportunities can change poverty and inequality for the better, and here Denmark is the perfect choice."

What will it take for you to look for a job in Denmark after graduation?

"When I graduate, I will go after the job that interests me the most. If the job is in Denmark, I will stay. But if it is somewhere else in the world, then I move there. But I am very interested in getting a student job here in Denmark. I hope that participation in this programme will help me build a network and get a job."

What is your goal?

"I dream about founding my own organisation. I would like to do consultancy work aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises in developing countries. I will advise them on how they should run their businesses in a sustainable manner, which can grow and develop local communities.