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CREDEN­TIALS

FEED­BACK &

CREDEN­TIALS

10 years and more than 2000 placed athletes. Quite a few refe­rences and press arti­cles were created along the way. On this page you can see the feed­back from our happy custo­mers, find out which orga­niz­a­tions Scho­l­ar­book coope­rates with and have a look at the press arti­cles that have been written about our service.

Almir Dzafer­ovic

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Tiffin Univer­sity

Die Zusam­men­ar­beit hat super geklappt! Mein Berater Uwe war speziell im Endspurt stets erreichbar und hat mir sehr geholfen. Vielen Dank dafür!

Halil Ibrahim Yilmaz

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Montana State Univer­sity Billings

Ich bin sehr glück­lich und zufrieden, den Schritt in die USA gewagt zu haben. Die ersten Wochen laufen soweit sehr gut, ich habe mich sehr gut einleben können. Ich wurde sehr herz­lich empfangen und bin froh, mich für die MSUB entschieden zu haben. Auf dem Platz herrscht ein sehr gutes Niveau und jeder Spieler aus Deutsch­land, Verbands­liga aufwärts, kann hier Fuß fassen! Scho­l­ar­book war eine große Unter­stüt­zung in büro­kra­ti­schen und bera­tenden Themen, wofür ich sehr dankbar bin! Ich würde es genau so wieder machen.

Luisa Sophie Fischer

Leicht­ath­letik | Univer­sity of Nevada at Reno

Unser Trai­ning hat wegen Corona erst vor zwei Wochen ange­fangen, deswegen kann ich noch nicht ganz so viel darüber sagen. Soweit ich es bis jetzt kennen­ge­lernt habe, wird hier viel mehr Wert auf Kraft­trai­ning gelegt als es bei mit zumin­dest in Deutsch­land der Fall war. Das finde ich aber sehr gut, vor allem weil wir auch einen extra Trainer für das Kraft­trai­ning haben, der sehr auf die rich­tige Technik und Ausfüh­rung der Übungen achtet. Auch die Sprint- und Ausdau­er­ein­heiten gefallen mir sehr gut, auch wenn das sehr anstren­gend ist. Wir machen sehr viele Hill Sprints und Sled Pulls. Das Tech­nik­trai­ning über­zeugt mich bis jetzt noch nicht zu hundert Prozent, aber wir hatten auch noch nicht allzu viele Technik­ein­heiten. Gene­rell habe ich mir aber alles ein biss­chen profes­sio­neller vorge­stellt und ich dachte, dass der Trainer viel strenger ist, z.B. bei Body­weight­cir­cuits usw. Mit meinem Team und dem Trainer verstehe ich mich aber sehr gut. Alle sind wirk­lich nett und vor allem offen. Das bin ich von Deutsch­land nicht so gewohnt. Da wir leider alles online haben, kann ich über die rich­tigen Vorle­sungen nicht wirk­lich viel sagen. Die online Vorle­sungen sind aber sehr entspannt und alles wird aufge­nommen. Das ist vor allem für mich als inter­na­tional student gut, weil ich mir die Vorle­sungen dann einfach nochmal anhören oder während­dessen anhalten kann, wenn ich etwas nicht richtig verstanden habe. Mit der Sprache habe ich mitt­ler­weile eigent­lich gar keine Probleme mehr. Ich hatte auch schon meine ersten Midterm Prüfungen und die liefen alle sehr gut, was ich davor gar nicht so erwar­tete habe. Was auf jeden Fall ziem­lich anstren­gend ist, sind die vielen Haus­auf­gaben, Assign­ments, Readings und Quizzes, die man für die einzelnen Fächer erle­digen muss. Ich habe nicht erwartet, dass man so viel für die Uni machen muss. Vom Schwie­rig­keits­grad her ist es aber nicht schwer. Das meiste habe ich schon in der Schule gelernt und muss jetzt eigent­lich nur die neuen engli­schen Begriffe lernen. Die Zusam­men­ar­beit mit euch kann ich rück­bli­ckend als gut bewerten. Ihr habt mir bei allen Fragen weiter­ge­holfen, mir Feed­back zu den einzelnen Unis gegeben und mich gut bei meiner Entschei­dung für eine Uni beraten. Auch das mit dem Visum­termin hat ohne Probleme funk­tio­niert. Ohne euch hätte das alles vermut­lich nicht so einfach und reibungslos funk­tio­niert. Trotzdem hat man selber noch viel mehr Arbeit als man anfangs denkt. Vor allem die uniin­ternen Sachen, wie z.B. sich in Kurse einzu­schreiben oder sich um ein Dorm/Apartment zu kümmern, kostete sehr viel Zeit und war ziem­lich verwir­rend und aufwendig. Das habe ich so auch nicht erwartet, weil ich dachte, dass sich die Agentur um alles kümmert. Zusam­men­fas­send war aber der Vermitt­lungs­pro­zess sehr ange­nehm. Selbst hat man dann eigent­lich erst nach der Vermitt­lung Arbeit.

Milena Stip­pinger

Leicht­ath­letik | Cumber­land Univer­sity

Ich bin jetzt schon eine Weile hier und ich muss sagen, ich bereue meinen Schritt nicht. Das Team, die Trainer und die Leute hier sind super nett und freund­lich und ich hab mich von Anfang an wohl­ge­fühlt. Die Leute sind super freund­lich und offen. Mit dem Englisch hatte ich kaum Probleme und kam von Anfang an gut zurecht! Auch die Noten passen und ich bin sehr froh, diesen Schritt gemacht zu haben.

Lukas Englich

Herren-Fuss­­ball | St. Francis Univer­sity

Die Zeit hier könnte bis jetzt nicht besser sein. Mir gefällt es riesig hier, mit dem Team und dem Coaching Staff verstehe ich mich sehr gut. Die Jungs haben uns Neue alle sehr gut aufge­nommen. Zum Campus, auch wenn es ein vergleichs­weise kleiner Campus ist, gefällt mir dieser auch. Man kann alles zu Fuß errei­chen und hat keine sonder­lich langen Wege. Ich finde das Studium ist quan­ti­tativ sehr fordernd, aber quali­tativ mit ein wenig Fleiß defi­nitiv schaffbar. Auch wenn wir gerade keine Saison haben, versu­chen wir auf einem hohen Niveau zu trai­nieren, auch wenn es inner­halb des Teams den ein oder anderen Leis­tungs­un­ter­schied gibt. Ich denke aber trotzdem, dass unser Team wett­be­werbs­fähig sein wird und wir gute Chancen in der Liga haben werden. Mit der Sprache komme ich prin­zi­piell sehr gut zurecht, ab und zu gibt es gram­ma­ti­ka­li­sche Unsi­cher­heiten im Unter­richt, aber außer­halb gibt es gar keine Probleme. Die Menschen hier sind auch unglaub­lich offen und kontak­freudig, daher gibt es gar keine Probleme, neue Leute kennen­zu­lernen. Unsere Zusam­men­ar­beit ging ja über einen sehr langen Zeit­raum, aber ich bereue es auf keinen Fall. Ich bin so glück­lich, hier meinen Traum erfüllen zu können und daran habt Ihr einen riesigen Anteil, vielen Dank dafür!

Tim Kalten­berger

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Northwes­tern College

Bis jetzt gefällt mir meine Mann­schaft sehr gut! Leider konnte ich aufgrund einer Verlet­zung und Erkäl­tung noch nicht wirk­lich in der ersten Mann­schaft einbe­zogen werden, jedoch habe ich schnell Freunde gefunden und Menschen, die dieselben Ziele und Prio­ri­täten haben. Außerdem spielt unser Team auf einem hohen Niveau, bei dem es Spass macht zuzu­schauen. Meiner bishe­rigen Erfah­rung nach waren alle Menschen, auf die ich getroffen bin extrem nett, hilfs­be­reit und verständ­nis­voll, mir als inter­na­tio­naler Student zu helfen und beizu­stehen. Die Sprache macht mir persön­lich gar keine Probleme, und der Kultur­schock blieb auch nicht lange erhalten. Akade­misch muss ich sagen, dass ich mir das etwas schwie­riger vorge­stellt hab. In Deutsch­land ist man es gewohnt, Analysen zu schreiben und zu repro­du­zieren. In Amerika jedoch, liegt der Fokus darauf zu produ­zieren und die Schüler kreativ schreiben zu lassen, was mir extrem gefällt. Rück­bli­ckend hat mir die Zusam­men­ar­beit mit Scho­l­ar­book sehr gefallen. Mein Berater war immer da, wenn ich vor Fragen, Problemen oder Bedenken stand. Ohne Scho­l­ar­book wäre es mir niemals möglich gewesen, den Traum in Amerika zu studieren zu verwirk­li­chen. Die ganzen Kontakte, die Scho­l­ar­book zu all den Trai­nern und Colleges hat, vergrö­ßern einem die Chancen rekrui­tiert zu werden! Aus diesem Grund kann ich Scho­l­ar­book nur weiter­emp­fehlen und würde sogar sagen, dass es eine Standout-Agentur ist.

Lucas Bauer

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Iowa Central Commu­nity College

Nachdem ich im August in Iowa ange­kommen bin, wars Anfangs biss­chen schwierig weil ich mit meinen Zimmer­kol­legen für 2 Wochen in Quaran­täne musste und den Rest vom Team noch nicht kennen lernen konnte. Inzwi­schen kenn ich des Team echt gut und jeder einzelne Spieler ist echt sympa­thisch mir gegen­über. Wir haben dieses Jahr ein echt starkes Team und bekommen noch ein paar neue Spieler über den Winter dazu. Wir sind bereit für die Saison nächstes Semester im Früh­ling und sind gespannt wie wir abschneiden. Das Studium läuft soweit echt gut. Ich bevor­zuge auf jeden Fall das ameri­ka­ni­sche Schul­system als das deut­sche einfach aus dem Grund dass die Lehrer sich um jeden einzelnen Schüler kümmern und man viel mehr Zeit hat um seinen Sport gut auszu­üben. Die Zusam­men­ar­beit mit Scho­l­ar­book war echt super und ich glaube nicht dass ich jetzt in den USA wäre wenn ich auf eigene Hand versucht hätte aufs College zu gehen. Von Tag eins haben sie ihr bestes gegeben damit ich das passende College finde und auch am Schluss haben Sie mir entschei­dend geholfen ein Visum Termin zu bekommen um recht­zeitig in Fort Dodge Iowa, meinem College, anzu­kommen. Großes Danke auch an Sercan der mir alle meine Fragen beant­wortet hat und mich immer auf dem neuesten Stand gehalten hat. Wenn ich wieder in die Posi­tion kommen würde um aufs College zu gehen, würde ich mich wieder für Scho­l­ar­book entscheiden.

Familie Wolter (Zoe, Oskar, Felix)

Frauen-Fuss­­ball, Basket­ball, Leicht­ath­letik | Southwes­tern Okla­homa State Univer­sity, Iowa Wesleyan Univer­sity, Univer­sity of Pitts­burgh

Alicia-Sophie Gudorf

Frauen-Fuss­­ball | Univer­sity of Central Florida

Paul Häber­lein

American Football | Linden­wood Univer­sity

Carolin Hoff­mann

Feld­ho­ckey | Syra­cuse Univer­sity

Vor 3 Jahre habe ich den Schritt in die USA gewagt, eine der besten Entschei­dungen meines Lebens! Sowohl auf dem Platz als auch im akade­mi­schen Bereich wird mir hier geholfen, mich aktiv und best­mög­lich auf alles vorzu­be­reiten, was nach der Uni auf mich zu kommt.

Auf dem Weg dorthin hat mir Scho­l­ar­book geholfen Kontakt zu den Coaches aufzu­bauen und hat sich voll um alle anderen Aufgaben geküm­mert, sodass ich mich darauf konzen­trieren konnte die best­mög­liche Univer­sität und mein zu Hause, die Syra­cuse Univer­sity, für die nächsten 4 Jahre zu finden.

Madlen Kappeler

Triathlon | Florida Atlantic Univer­sity

Leon­hard Zenneck

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Meine bishe­rige Zusam­men­ar­beit mit Scho­l­ar­book war sehr über­zeu­gend. Die sehr ange­nehme und erfolg­reiche Vorbe­rei­tung auf den TOEFL und SAT hat mich sehr entlastet. Die Kommu­ni­ka­tion mit den Coaches wurde durch Scho­l­ar­book herge­stellt und auch tatkräftig unter­stützt. Scho­l­ar­book erleich­tert die Planung und Orga­ni­sa­tion für mein Studium unge­mein und bemüht sich um ein erfolg­rei­ches Ergebnis.

Chris­tina von Einem

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Die Zusam­men­ar­beit mit Scho­l­ar­book gefällt mir sehr gut. Meine Athleten-Betreuerin kümmert sich gewis­sen­haft und sorg­fältig um die Schritte, die wir auf der Suche nach einem Stipen­dium machen müssen. Auch die Erreich­bar­keit über­zeugt; auf eine hilf­reiche Antwort des Betreuers/der Betreuerin kann man sich immer verlassen.

Jesco Helling

Wasser­springen | Florida State Univer­sity

Als inter­na­tio­naler Student habe ich mich nach Ankunft geplanter maßen in häus­liche Quaran­täne begeben, wurde in der Zeit aller­dings bestens von meinen Team­ka­me­raden mit Dingen für die Wohnung, Lebens­mit­teln und Mate­ria­lien für die Uni versorgt. Nachdem meine häus­liche Quaran­täne vorüber war, konnte ich endlich die tolle Stadt und den Campus erkunden und auch tatsäch­lich meine wenigen Präsenz­kurse besu­chen. Die ersten paar Wochen in der Uni waren sicher­lich nicht einfach, da viele Sachen anders gehand­habt werden als in Deutsch­land, die meisten Kurse online statt­finden und man sich natür­lich sprach­lich erstmal zurecht finden. Das ganze legt sich aller­dings nach kurzer Zeit und wird wesent­lich leichter und ange­nehmer. Um mal bei der Sprache zu bleiben, das Schwie­rigste ist tatsäch­lich selbst Konver­sa­tionen zu eröffnen oder beizu­treten, spricht man erstmal spürt man förm­lich, wie es sich mit jeder Minute flüs­siger und weniger erzwungen anfühlt. Aufgrund der aktu­ellen Bedin­gungen ist die Gestal­tung des Trai­nings noch etwas schwierig, aber das gesamte Team gibt alles um die begrenzte Trai­nings­zeit so gut es geht zu nutzen. Woran man sich defi­nitiv gewöhnen muss sind die klima­ti­schen Bedin­gungen, das ist aller­dings ein Neben­ef­fekt, den man gern in Kauf nimmt, wenn man täglich draußen im wunder­schönen Florida trai­nieren kann. Rück­bli­ckend war es sicher­lich von Vorteil Scho­l­ar­book für das gesamte Projekt an der Hand gehabt zu haben, wenn man sich nicht mit dem US-College System auskennt. Beson­ders bei dem vielen Papier­kram um die Anmel­dungen bei der NCAA, Uni und der Vorbe­rei­tung für die Tests kann die Hilfe absolut nicht schaden, vor allem wenn man Voll­zeit in (Hoch-)leistungssport und Schule einge­bunden ist. Zusätz­lich kommt noch die Visa-Proble­­­matik durch die Corona-Pandemie hinzu, zwischen­durch sah es ernst­haft nicht danach aus, als könnte ich es recht­zeitig im August nach Talla­hassee schaffen. Ironi­scher­weise ging es dann schneller als gedacht und der Flieger ging tatsäch­lich genau an dem Tag, den ich bereits ange­peilt hatte bevor sich irgend­je­mand ausmalen konnte, was das Jahr 2020 alles bringen würde.

Johann Stein­forth

RIngen | Cali­fornia Baptist Univer­sity

Zual­ler­erst, Ich bin echt zufrieden mit der Zusam­men­ar­beit. Ihr bzw. meine Betreuerin hat mich immer gut beraten und mir den Prozess echt extrem erleich­tert. Meine Univer­sität ist super, ich bin echt mega zufrieden. Mein Englisch wird jede Woche besser und dem Unter­richt folge ich relativ ohne Probleme. Mein Team hat mich sehr schnell aufge­nommen und zu meinem Trainer konnte ich schon ein gutes Verhältnis aufbauen.

Sebas­tian Schaub

Radsport | Midwestern State Univer­sity

Grund­sätz­lich bin ich hier in Texas beein­druckt, wie offen und freund­lich mich alle begrüßt haben. Inner­halb der ersten Tage durfte ich fast die gesamte Chef­etage der MSU kennen­ge­lernt und habe ein paar kleine Inter­views für regio­nale Zeitungen gegeben, was mir schnell auch Selbst­ver­trauen in meine sprach­li­chen Fähig­keiten gegeben hat. Bzgl Covid fühle ich mich inner­halb der Uni sehr sicher und ich denke das kann man für jede andere Uni auch sagen, dass alles mögliche getan wird um die Verbrei­tung einzu­dämmen. Die Zusam­men­ar­beit mit Scho­l­ar­book war von Anfang an super orga­ni­siert und ging in allen Schritten immer schnellst­mög­lich voran. Es gibt wirk­lich nichts nega­tives darüber zu sagen. Man fühlte sich auf jeden Fall immer in guten Händen und der Kontakt nach der Ankunft in den USA bleibt bestehen für jede Frage die man dann doch noch hat.

Melvin Wulff

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Coastal Bend College

My first impres­sions here were very good. I was welcomed very well by the coaches and the team became a team very quickly. The trai­ning is very tough and the coaches point out every little mistake in us to make better players. The campus is rela­tively small but tech­ni­cally very well equipped. I learned the English language very quickly, which means that I can follow the lectures very well. I found the coope­ra­tion with you very good. You were always ready to answer ques­tions and helped me a lot to prepare for the USA.

Hessi­scher Schwimm-Verband e.V.

Scho­l­ar­book is the offi­cial partner of the Hessian Swim­ming Asso­cia­tion.
The Hessian Swim­ming Asso­cia­tion is the fourth largest state asso­cia­tion in the German Swim­ming Asso­cia­tion. The tasks of the HSV are diverse, with the focus on promo­ting swim­ming as a whole. The targeted promo­tion of young talent through close coope­ra­tion with schools and asso­cia­tions is given prio­rity. This is precisely why the Hessian Swim­ming Asso­cia­tion recom­mends its swim­mers to work with Scho­l­ar­book.

Jeanette Diet­rich

Schwimmen | St. Bona­ven­ture Univer­sity

Jeanette Diet­rich was one of the first to go to the USA with the help of Scho­l­ar­books. Mean­while, Jeanette completed her bachelor’s degree in America and now lives and works in Buffalo, New York State.

“America is known to many as the land of endless possi­bi­li­ties, glamor and stars. Over the last 4.5 years, through Scho­l­ar­book, I had the incredible chance to get to know and love this country better. (…) It was by far the best 4 years of my life. Of course, it wasn’t always easy, but the expe­ri­ence I was able to gain as a student and athlete in America has paid off. I learned an incredible amount – about the culture, the language, the country, the sport, but above all about myself! And to anti­ci­pate this: I would recom­mend it to ever­yone, really every athlete who has this oppor­tu­nity, to use it! It’s really worth it!”

Jeanette Diet­rich, St. Bona­ven­ture Univer­sity.

Saskia Ammer

Feld­ho­ckey | Univer­sity of North Caro­lina at Chapel Hill (UNC)

For me it is the best way to combine studies and sports. My dream has come to frui­tion.

Laura Stem­pfle

Golf | Florida Inter­na­tional Univer­sity

Hello team, thank you again for ever­ything! That was really super fast. Within a few hours, I had many offers, the first of which was the FIU. I am very happy that you conta­cted me! I felt very well advised and looked after from the first minute! You are very fami­liar with the system and you have a large network of contacts to univer­si­ties and coaches in America. I would recom­mend Scho­l­ar­book anytime! You’re doing a great job!

NRGTENNIS

“NRG” pronounced in English means “Energy”, which is charac­te­ristic of this company. The Swiss company has been deve­lo­ping an exci­ting concept for children and young people since 2013. It is based on a well thought-out and metho­do­lo­gi­cally advanced struc­ture that is connected with fun and enjoy­ment of lear­ning. The result so far are over 1000 children in Switz­er­land and Germany who, thanks to this concept, have found access to this fasci­na­ting sport and are making rapid progress.

Dr. med. Johannes Kögler

Specia­list in internal medi­cine and sports medi­cine, lecturer in general medi­cine at the Univer­sity of Bonn, team doctor at the Bonn tennis and hockey club

In the USA I was able to convince myself that college athletes have access to medical faci­li­ties, physio­the­ra­pists and specia­lists that German athletes can only dream of. There­fore I actively support Scho­l­ar­book.

https://www.praxis-am-venusberg.de/

Ann Wessler

Schwimmen | Ashford Univer­sity

Thanks to Schoo­lar­book, I don’t have to stop swim­ming, but can make my dream come true and combine studies and sports in the USA. I am very grateful to Scho­l­ar­book for the support!”

Karolin Wagner

Leicht­ath­letik | Manhattan College

“A sports scho­l­ar­ship in the USA was a big dream of mine that I thought would be diffi­cult to realize. But when I first came into contact with Scho­l­ar­book, I realized that it was possible (…). It was amazing how many American coaches I was in contact with and how many scho­l­ar­ship offers I received. Ulti­mately, I had to make a choice and could choose my dream univer­sity with the best sports program.
Scho­l­ar­book was my guide through the jungle of American bureau­cracy. Whenever I had a ques­tion about how to proceed, I could always count on an answer in the shor­test possible time. Without the Scho­l­ar­book I would not have made it to the USA. Thank you very much for your support!”

Simon Gubisch

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Lynn Univer­sity

“After comple­ting my bachelor’s degree in Germany, I wanted to combine my master’s degree with a stay abroad. When I heard about the possi­bi­lity of a sports scho­l­ar­ship, of course I didn’t want to miss this oppor­tu­nity. I was given the chance to combine my passion, in this case football, with the next step in my studies and also receive finan­cial support. A few months later the dream became a reality and now I’ve arrived in the new world – it’s like in a movie. Scho­l­ar­book helped me to make this dream come true within a very short time – thank you!”

Julia Brock­herde

Rudern | San Diego State Univer­sity

“At first I thought it was a joke when my sister was approa­ched by Scho­l­ar­book about her oppor­tu­nities in America, but then it all turned out after a big dream for both of us that will soon come true. After star­ting my studies I would probably have given up compe­ti­tive sport, but now I can combine my great passion for rowing with my studies. It couldn’t have been better, and then at a univer­sity like that in Cali­fornia. I am very happy and would like to thank Scho­l­ar­book again and espe­cially my athlete super­visor Nicole, who always supported us and cleared all problems and diffi­cul­ties out of the way. Thanks a lot for this! I can only recom­mend it!”

Sebas­tian Lenz

Leicht­ath­letik | Univer­sity Of Louis­ville

“I came up with the idea of a sports scho­l­ar­ship in America through a former trai­ning friend and at first didn’t know how it could be done so easily. Well, it was never really “easy”. But Scho­l­ar­book really went a long way towards making things as easy as possible for me. The contact to Scho­l­ar­book was made incredibly quickly and after the first steps, the offers from various univer­si­ties came in just like that. Much of it was still strange and some was also rela­tively compli­cated, but on my Scho­l­ar­book page there were inst­ruc­tions for really ever­ything.”

Kerst Lehmann

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Lynn Univer­sity

“The main reason why I wanted to continue my studies in the USA was because I had heard so many good things about it and the combi­na­tion of studying and compe­ti­tive sports at German univer­si­ties was more than in need of impro­ve­ment. When my decision was made, it was only a matter of making the right choice in which envi­ron­ment I could feel comfor­table. Scho­l­ar­book put me on the right track and actively supported me in finding the right univer­sity. I can only recom­mend ever­yone to dare to take this step to escape the dreary ever­yday German univer­sity life!”

Janne Grove

Hockey | Univer­sity Of North Caro­lina

“I have a lot to do, but the incredible condi­tions mean I can combine hockey and univer­sity perfectly. I love walking to trai­ning at 8 a.m. and then only taking 5 minutes to get to univer­sity. The trai­ning is extre­mely profes­sional, so I already feel totally fit – can I watch my muscles grow? I also wanted to tell you guys that I think you’re doing a really good job. Two of my team­mates have now applied to another agency and have not received any really great offers. Your videos are really well produced and you seem to write to signi­fi­cantly more colleges than other agen­cies. I always did a lot of rese­arch and looked after myself, but I notice that my team­mates weren’t really well informed by the agency, which I’m sorry, because one of them is parti­cu­larly talented and will do a great gradua­tion from senior high school. So for the next inte­rested players, I’ll see to it that they land with you.”

Gianni Ferrero

Schwimmen | Grand Valley State Univer­sity

“Three months before my Abitur, I still had no idea what to do with a possible degree. I only knew one thing for sure: I didn’t want to give up my sport at any price. I had made the decision to apply for a scho­l­ar­ship in the USA via Scho­l­ar­book almost on the side. Accord­ingly, the whole situa­tion felt surreal at the begin­ning. But no sooner had all the required infor­ma­tion been collected than ever­ything suddenly happened incredibly quickly! Email after email arrived in my mailbox; all from America, all from inte­rested coaches. In retro­spect, I’m still amazed at how quickly close contacts and offers deve­loped. (…) It took just 6 weeks from the first letter to the verbal agree­ment between the coach and me.”

Alex­ander Matlari

Golf | Duke Univer­sity

“After gradua­ting from high school, I really wanted to concen­trate on sport and looked for ways in which I could still achieve academic secu­rity, as I think that’s very important. Since this is next to impos­sible in a reason­able way in Germany, I decided to study in the USA. In the begin­ning it was not easy to find a suitable univer­sity for me, as I had very high stan­dards in many aspects. The search process quickly turned out to be compli­cated and diffi­cult, espe­cially given the large number of options. Thanks to the profes­sional work of Scho­l­ar­book, however, I finally found my ideal univer­sity, I am very grateful for the help from start to finish.”

Jana Spengler

Frauen-Fuss­­ball | Univer­sity Of South Florida

“It had been clear to me for over a year that I would dare to take the step abroad after gradua­ting from high school, because I was dissa­tis­fied with the situa­tion at the club. I became aware of Scho­l­ar­book and am very grateful to them for their support, because without the Scho­l­ar­book I would not have made it all!”

Dario Sieber

Schwimmen | Lime­stone College

“When I started my new season last summer, I thought that I would have to end my swim­ming career at the end of this season, because after gradua­ting from high school I would actually have to go to recrui­ting school. Thanks to Scho­l­ar­book, I came up with the idea of studying in the USA after gradua­ting from high school, now I have decided to study at Lime­stone College in the USA. I’m really looking forward to this adven­ture. I would like to thank you once again for the support of Scho­l­ar­book!”

Ariane Horbach

Radsport | Colo­rado Mesa Univer­sity

“Hello ever­y­body! For me, studying in the USA offers the ideal oppor­tu­nity to combine sports and studies in a way that is probably impos­sible in Germany. Now you have to find your way around the “univer­sity world” in the USA. Profes­sional help is essen­tial for this. Many thanks to the Scho­l­ar­book team and espe­cially to my athlete super­visor Vesna Miletic, who helped me to realize my dream of a sports scho­l­ar­ship in the USA!”

Philipp Hollen­horst

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Catawba College

“I’m feeling really good! So far I like it very much. The season starts on Thursday and it looks like I’ll be playing too. I get along quite well with the lectures. I think my coaches are very good. I think that he offers very good trai­ning, works very well tacti­cally and also talks to the players and ever­yone knows what to do and what his stan­ding is like and what needs to be done better.

I can defi­ni­tely recom­mend the univer­sity! The loca­tions are pretty good. The pitches are excel­lent, espe­cially for soccer.”

Katha­rina Schmalz

Frauen-Fuss­­ball | Ashford Univer­sity

“I am in the USA for exactly one month today and am studying at Ashford Univer­sity. It’s just over­whel­ming here! I like it very much here in terms of sport and academia. I am so glad I took this step. And for that I would like to thank Scho­l­ar­book very much, espe­cially Nora. Without you I would never have found the right univer­sity for me.
Nora, thank you very much for stan­ding by my side during the entire process and for doing ever­ything to ensure that I received all the necessary docu­ments in good time.
Gree­tings from Clinton, Iowa”

Adam Berhe

Leicht­ath­letik | Wayland Baptist Univer­sity

“Thank you for all your support. It was a long way till know, but working with you was an amazing expe­ri­ence for me. I like it here so much. Ever­y­body is really nice here and the athletic team is amazing. We got athletes from Jamaica and Barbados. To make this expe­ri­ence is so cool for me and also it moti­vates me to be better, some­thing like that I would never find in Germany.
Also thanks to and best wishes to Simon. You are a great orga­niz­a­tion for talented students and I recom­mend you all my friends that are good in sport.
Once again thank you for all.”

Sonya Knebel

Golf | Georgia Regents Univer­sity

“I feel very comfor­table here, be it the univer­sity, the campus or the golf area! I have to say, I get along well with the teachers, but I have to look up a few voca­bu­lary …
So far, I’ve got on well with ever­yday life, I cook my own food and wash my laundry and it doesn’t really matter to me – it’s all a ques­tion of orga­niz­a­tion!
My coach Kory Thompson is really nice! She demands a lot, but is still human and has helped me a lot with my papers. The golf team is also great, we compete at a high level and it’s really fun! The prac­tice area is great – I can work a lot on my short game there, as they have diffe­rent types of grass and many small greens to play on and ever­ything is only acces­sible to the univer­sity team! And it’s just a great feeling to play the surroun­ding courts, many of them semi or comple­tely private. And one is right next to Augusta National – so camera out! ?
The campus is really nice! Not too big and green and most of the classes are not more than 23 students, so the teacher knows you (he does anyway as an athlete & German). The accom­mo­da­tions are great too! I can ride my bike to the golf course as well as to the super­market – and there is a shuttle to the univer­sity! There is also a swim­ming pool in the resi­den­tial area. In the apart­ment ever­yone has their own room and the kitchen is also rela­tively well equipped with a stove, micro, oven, etc.
On the whole, I can really recom­mend the univer­sity! My coach is also expli­citly looking for Euro­pean players and I would be really happy about a higher German quota or at least Euro­pean here – so let’s promote it !!!”

Alek­sander Naric

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Carson Newman

“The condi­tions are good. The cabin, space and trai­ning are all very good. I also get on well with the coaches. In summary, it can be said that ever­ything is well orga­nized.
Other­wise, the univer­sity is recom­mended, the work is very profes­sional. Physios, cold baths and much more are avail­able and work indi­vi­du­ally on the injured players every day.
So thank you again for the help.”

Beatrice Decker

Leicht­ath­letik | Alaska Ancho­rage Univer­sity

“Without the Scho­l­ar­book, I would hardly have received a scho­l­ar­ship for a master’s degree in the USA. It was a successful, orga­nized and extre­mely plea­sant colla­bo­ra­tion!”

Jasmin Sonnen­schein

Volley­ball | William Penn Univer­sity

“We had a prepa­ra­tion camp for two weeks at William Penn Univer­sity in Oska­loosa. The camp was very exhaus­ting at times, but after the first trai­ning units I already noticed successes!
Our sche­dule was pretty full: in the morning it started with yoga or condi­tio­ning at 8, followed by break­fast, trai­ning, lunch, trai­ning, dinner, trai­ning and then after work.
The team is really nice: In addi­tion to a lot of trai­ning, we had some team bonds where we did things to get to know each other better. The first day at univer­sity was exci­ting, but it also showed how open the Ameri­cans are and how quickly you feel a part of it.
I feel very comfor­table and am happy to be here!”

Steffi Krohn

Frauen-Fuss­­ball | Midame­rican Naza­rene Univer­sity

“It’s really great here. I’ve already forgotten how long I’ve been here. I still have to get used to a lot, but defi­ni­tely got off to a great start. We are still in the pre-season and have to work really hard, but at the end of the week you can always be proud of yourself. Next week the whole team will fly to Cali­fornia, it will be fun!”

Fabi­enne Gett­wart

Tennis | Sam Houston State Univer­sity

“In my first week that I am here, I received so many impres­sions as never before in my life. So far, all in all, I’ve had a really good time here. I can abso­lutely recom­mend Sam Houston State Univer­sity. The campus is big, but ever­ything can be reached within 15 minutes. The canteen is not far from our dorms and the univer­sity buil­dings are less than 5 minutes away.
The people here are all extre­mely polite and friendly. The atmo­s­phere is comple­tely diffe­rent from that in Germany if you pay atten­tion to how people interact with one another. There are really some events taking place here every day, be it parties, meetings, BBQs etc. It is really diffi­cult to NOT make friends here. After just one day you got to know new people who would like to have some­thing to do with you and who are also very happy to help you with any problems you have. This univer­sity is also very good at suppor­ting athletes. It offers programs and makes special teachers avail­able who can deal with the content of the lesson or work on special weak­nesses. And that for free. One can go to any teacher or mentor for advice or support.
The coach is gene­rally very nice and helpful too. He doesn’t put any pres­sure on him and has a healthy atti­tude towards tennis. He is also very expe­ri­enced in double play and its stra­te­gies.
Thank you again for ever­ything. I don’t even know how I would have managed all of this without you (athlete super­visor Vesna)!”

Susanne Waitz

Frauen-Fuss­­ball | William Carey Univer­sity

“In general, I think ever­yone is satis­fied with me: p and I also with the team and the coaches. Coach Danny and the other 2 trai­ners are really super nice and do a great workout. The games will certainly be more deman­ding, but I can already see how I’m making progress in soccer.”

Jan Lukas Becker

Leicht­ath­letik | Lamar Univer­sity

“The first week in Texas is over, what can I say !? Just great here, the weather is perfect, the team is great, the univer­sity faci­li­ties are over­whel­ming. Simply super cool!
I wanted to say to you both (athlete super­visor Dijana & Mana­ging Partner Simon) many, many thanks for making this possible for me, for all your support and help! “

Marten Mühlen­haus

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Grand View Univer­sity

“The team is great and so are the coaches. The lectures are not a problem. Ever­yone is helpful. I can only highly recom­mend the univer­sity.
I really enjoyed working with you. You always had the right answers to my ques­tions and also, if some­thing didn’t go as planned, you always had a plan B to get to the goal!”

Lara-Ann Schwede

Leicht­ath­letik | Wake Forest Univer­sity

“I wanted to thank you (athlete super­visor Dijana) for your great efforts and ever­ything.
I really like it here. The univer­sity is really beau­tiful and the people are really nice. I already feel at home and tomorrow the “classes” will start. I’m excited to see how it will turn out, but I’m very confi­dent. Language works better and better, I under­stand almost ever­ything and spea­king myself is getting better every day. Many also tell me that I speak English fluently, which of course makes me very happy. I am sure that I will have a great time here.
Again, many, many thanks for ever­ything !! :)”

Hannah Schick

Basket­ball | Willston State College

“Hello Frederik,

first I have to apolo­gize for not repor­ting in so long, but I’m doing so well here at the moment that I’ve forgotten almost ever­ything else. The season started 4 weeks ago and we won 6 games and lost 3. I’m making a lot of progress at the moment and hope to play a little more soon. There are still two weeks left and I’m going to fly home for 10 days and from there to Arizona for a tour­na­ment. So it’s a bit stressful, but school is not exces­sive or diffi­cult, espe­cially as an athlete you get a really excep­tional posi­tion, but I stand in the hall for about 3 hours, 6 days a week. I enjoy the trai­ning and you are chal­lenged, encou­raged and you get all American clichés. So for example. that you have this pride in playing for your school and that it’s some­thing special to be able to play, and that you always give ever­ything, regard­less of whether you only take 5 throws in between or whether you have a game.

It’s also a lot of fun to watch our boys. We have quite a few players who are only here because their grades are too bad to play for the big teams. So they are really good !!

The only thing I don’t like that much is partly the food. My boyfriend and mom always send me whole grain bread because there is no real bread here. I miss German food and my huge bed, but other­wise I have nothing to comp­lain about;)!”

Sebas­tian Wegner

Schwimmen | Linden­wood Univer­­­sity-Belle­­ville

“Ever­ything is great here. The team is great and the univer­sity is also ideal for studying effec­tively. I haven’t come to lectures or trai­ning because all the fun doesn’t start until Monday. But we have already gone through ever­ything profes­sio­nally. So you can defi­ni­tely recom­mend the univer­sity, close to St Louis, great weather, great buil­dings, incredible oppor­tu­nities. And the univer­sity will invest a lot in swim­ming in the next few years, because it is curr­ently being built up and we are curr­ently the first swim­ming team and there­fore almost ever­ything is freshman. Good German swim­mers are defi­ni­tely very welcome! Thanks for the chance I get here.”

Rabea Tzenetos

Schwimmen | Rice Univer­sity

“Hi Susanne,

Hello Susanne, I couldn’t be better !! (Apart from a little more sleep maybe: D) To be honest, I haven’t seen much of the area yet. Here we call it ‘being inside the rice bubble’. Which means, for one, that Rice students rarely leave campus for the simple reason that ever­ything you need is on campus. On the other hand, it also means that ever­ything that happens OC (off campus) bypasses us. I often hear from the upper­classmen (all students who are not in the freshmen year) that they like to spend time off campus to have a little variety. In general, however, all students are super happy that they have the oppor­tu­nity to enjoy the on-campus expe­ri­ence. The lessons here vary from course to course. In math, for example, we solve tasks during class and as home­work we deal with videos in which the proce­dures are explained and asso­ciated tasks. My computer science course is quite similar. In psycho­logy, on the other hand, we have lectures (the course is also much larger) and read a book accom­panying the lecture. Our coaching team is great, just like the team itself. I’ve never had so much fun trai­ning! ? My personal high­lights: Joint Baker Break­fast with the team after early trai­ning (Baker is one of the eleven colleges), music during the water trai­ning and a team cheer after each strength trai­ning. I can defi­ni­tely recom­mend Rice; espe­cially to students who value a strong sense of commu­nity and cultural diver­sity, as well as to squirrel lovers and tropical fans. I’ll be happy to send you photos in the next few weeks (I haven’t taken too many). “

Char­lotte Holly

Triathlon | Florida Insti­tute Of Tech­no­logy

“After we ended the cross country season three weeks ago, my first semester in Florida is now drawing to a close. So far, I’m super happy with my decision to join Florida Tech. The loca­tion, not far from the beach and only an hour outside of Orlando, is simply great. In addi­tion, Florida Tech offers acade­mi­cally ever­ything a student could ever want, espe­cially for engi­nee­ring and science. But not only did the univer­sity more than exceed my expec­ta­tions, our team is great too. Rarely have I been part of such a homo­ge­neous group as this one. The “team spirit” is our top prio­rity and so we not only train toge­ther but also spend our free time toge­ther. Coach made sure that I could share my room with a runner from the team as early as the summer. My room­mate (from Sweden) and I get along really well and it’s always nice when you’re not the only one who has to go out for trai­ning at 4:30 in the morning … Unfor­tu­n­a­tely, due to an injury, I couldn’t finish the season and have to take a longer break . But even during this time, my team, my room­mate and above all the coach, was a great support, so that I can now start trai­ning again for the upco­ming track season highly moti­vated. I would like to thank Scho­l­ar­book and espe­cially my super­visor Uwe for this super nice first semester. None of this would have been possible without your advice and support!”

Tim Schmal­zeich

Schwimmen | Missouri St. Louis

“Hi Susanne,

I’m really fine! It’s all a bit stressful, but I think there will be more routine in the next few days. We’ve been to Gateway Arch and a Cardi­nals base­ball game, of course, amazing! Now I have morning trai­ning every day from 6-7:30 AM, then mostly from 8-12:15 AM lectures! That means hurry up to get to the class­room on time! Next semester I will put the courses differ­ently. After the lectures I have another unit from 2:30-4:30 PM. After that I usually have to sit down for an hour or two and do my home­work. My day is fully planned, but as I said, I’m slowly getting used to it! I knew befo­re­hand that it would be exhaus­ting! I also have really great team­mates here who are super helpful, I’ve already met a lot of other athletes from diffe­rent origins – also cele­brated with them! ? I really like ever­ything on the whole (so far), so I can recom­mend this to every athlete to come here! Here you get the real America, not like in all the tourist coun­tries! But as I said, you have to get used to it first, ever­ything here is an incredible adjus­t­ment!”

Imke Ölerich

Leicht­ath­letik | Nova Southe­as­tern Univer­sity

 

“Hello Uwe, thank you very much for your message and please excuse the late reply. We don’t have internet in our apart­ment yet and I had my first exams this week, so it was a bit lost to answer you. I’m doing very, very well here in the USA and I am so happy that I got this chance. I have settled in very well on campus, I enjoy trai­ning in the team and am very grateful for all the oppor­tu­nities that are offered to us here (you can really only wish for that in Germany), the team­mates, trai­ners and fellow students in the Degree courses are super nice and we have a lot of fun. I can only warmly recom­mend the univer­sity and the coaches, they are all trying very hard !!!!!”

Paulena Krem­ling

Leicht­ath­letik | Mount Olive College

“Hello Uwe, I’m doing great, I think the univer­sity is great – I can only recom­mend it! The coaches are committed and nice and the courses are good too. Since the univer­sity is so small, ever­ything is much more personal, which I like a lot, because then you feel comple­tely safe and you can always find people who will help you. I think that’s a big advan­tage as a freshman. Gree­tings Paulena “

Felicia Körner

Leicht­ath­letik | Johns Hopkins Univer­sity

“Life as a student at Johns Hopkins Univer­sity is anything but boring. Our cross country team is very ambi­tious and constantly trai­ning, we typi­cally train once or twice a day. Thanks to the large crew, the units pass in flight. Regard­less of whether you are in great shape on the day or are less fit that day, you will always be pulled along. For me this is a comple­tely diffe­rent world compared to my indi­vi­dual units in Germany. With 34 team­mates, you are almost immedia­tely part of a close circle of friends. Of course you get to know a lot of other people through living toge­ther in the apart­ment buil­dings, but it is really hard to describe how nice it is to have a team that is there for you at all times.”

Marvin Thomas

Leicht­ath­le­tikv | Academy Of Arts

Hi Uwe,

ever­ything is great here. Now ever­ything is a little more stre­nuous, as the school is slowly gaining momentum. Before ever­ything was a little more relaxed, but well … Just get back to work mode.

I’ve defi­ni­tely settled in, the team (my first team ever) is really great and the guys are really strong. Let’s see how far we come this year, we defi­ni­tely have big plans. I’m trying to get into the top 7, it looks good at the moment, but I’m 7th man. 😀 I just have to slowly get used to the scope, but the coach has me too, for example instead of 9 miles of conti­nuous pace + a faster mile, luckily I have already met my target after 6 miles.

Lectures: All the teachers seem nice and moti­vated so far, but after one lesson I can still hardly judge how well you learn at the end.

Our coach is great, as I said, instead of overea­ting me. He’s a laid-back guy, likes to chat and is still expe­ri­men­ting a little (according to the others) but he is defi­ni­tely capable of lear­ning and making progress. (E.g. regar­ding trai­ning times without missing lessons etc) In terms of sport, I think he knows what he’s doing, our strength trai­ning trainer is awesome too! And the physio­the­ra­pists are always avail­able 🙂

So far ever­ything is defi­ni­tely to be recom­mended, but as I said I can’t judge the lessons too well, but the first impres­sion is good. Also the accom­mo­da­tion, the Monroe Resi­dence Club is pretty cool so far. 😉

I can’t think of anything about you that should have been much better. In any case, it was very helpful that you were almost always avail­able to answer ques­tions, thanks again for that. 🙂

Ariane Ballner

Leicht­ath­letik | Okla­homa State Univer­sity

Hey Uwe,

I’m really doing great here !! We were very well received and one of my team went shop­ping with us right at the begin­ning and helped us. The first few days were a bit stressful because we had to do a lot of things and felt like we just had to go from buil­ding to buil­ding, but I think that’s normal. The cool thing was that we went straight to a camp for 3 days with the whole track team and we got to know ever­yone. I already love my trai­ning group, it is so much fun to train with them and ever­ything here is so much more profes­sional than I was used to in Germany. I also parti­cu­larly like my trainer, he was very consi­de­rate, espe­cially at the begin­ning, and always asked if ever­ything was okay and made sure that I wasn’t doing too much because I just got out of my sasoin break and the other girls have been for a few weeks were in trai­ning.
Uni is okay so far, of course I don’t under­stand ever­ything yet, but I’m confi­dent that it will improve from week to week.
OSU is defi­ni­tely recom­mended! For runners it is really fantastic with the huge trai­ning group, but mean­while the trai­ning groups of jumpers, sprin­ters and thro­wers are also growing.
I will defi­ni­tely report from my first compe­ti­tions and I am really excited. Trai­ning is defi­ni­tely going really well, I can do things here where I would never have believed that I could. 😀
Thanks again for arran­ging contacts, I am incredibly happy with the decision to go to this univer­sity.

Franca Pacelli

Tennis | Chowan Univer­sity

Hey Thorsten,
I am fine! The team and the coach are really nice and the trai­ning is also very good!
Ever­ything is going well at the univer­sity – classes are smaller and more personal and the teachers are always there for you!
In addi­tion, there is a lot of events and clubs on offer here and you are very well received!
The campus is very nice and the supply is good too. So I would defi­ni­tely recom­mend it!
Kind regards, Franca.

Nele Hein­rich

Leicht­ath­letik | West Texas A&M Univer­sity

Hello Alex, I’m doing very well here. At first it was a bit strange, but the Texans are all incredibly nice and friendly. I haven’t seen that much until now because you need a car to get away from here. But the campus is very nice and there is always some­thing going on here.
Contrary to my expec­ta­tions, I get along surpri­singly well with the lectures. I actually under­stand ever­ything.
The coaches are very nice and my coach takes very good care of me. I’ve already had doctor’s appoint­ments here for control and physio twice a day. Overall, the team is very nice and so is the team spirit.
I would defi­ni­tely recom­mend it, here you can concen­trate very well on your studies and sports. In addi­tion, the weather is wonderful here and the people are all extre­mely nice and helpful.
Overall, I found the place­ment work very good and ever­ything went well. LG Nele

Marc Weber

Wasser­ball | San Jose State Univer­sity

Hi Susanne,
I’m really sorry that I answer so late, but I haven’t had much time so far and when I do, I always forgot to answer.
But I can tell you that I am really very well. I’ve settled in here very well and I’ve already met really nice people.
So far, I haven’t seen anything from Cali­fornia, because we have fall season and are there­fore in the middle of the game. I basi­cally only had the first 2 weekends off since I’ve been here, and I used that to get my bearings here on campus. But I’m rela­tively sure that in spring, or when our season is over, I’ll still have enough time to do a few trips.
I am rela­tively happy with my perfor­mance so far. It is an extreme change when you come from Germany and see the American water polo. There are just a lot of new game systems and tactics, but you can find your way into them and I’ve scored 9 goals so far. So all in all, that’s okay.
I also have to say that the team and the entire coaching team made it very easy for me to settle in. Bruce himself is a world class guy and an outstan­ding trainer, from whom I can almost certainly learn a lot. He has already given me some tips on what to watch out for, and I can defi­ni­tely recom­mend the SJSU itself! The campus is super nice and the profes­sors are good too. Of course I have some lectures where I think they are point­less and not parti­cu­larly exci­ting, but you always have that. The living situa­tion here is also great. I live in an apart­ment with 7 other people and we always have double rooms. I can only say thank you very much for your help. I really enjoyed it and it really helped a lot to work with you guys. Your support was very helpful, espe­cially when it came to conta­c­ting the coaches and prepa­ring for the TOEFL test.

I hope we hear from each other from time to time
best regards from San Jose
Marc

Ihsan Kalkan

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Cali­fornia State Univer­sity

I would defi­ni­tely say that young players should take this step. It’s an incredible oppor­tu­nity given that college sports are huge in the United States. In addi­tion, this way offers a compa­ti­bi­lity of dual trai­ning in compe­ti­tive sport and univer­sity, which would not be possible in Germany. In addi­tion to these two factors, the valu­able life expe­ri­ence of such a stay is also very important.

Elisa Dogor

Frauen-Fuss­­ball | Savannah College Of Art And Design

Hey Niklas,
Thanks for your email, I’m doing great here!
Lessons started at the begin­ning of the week, since then I have barely had a free minute !! So far, the lectures have been really inte­res­ting and chal­len­ging, like ever­ything here.
I’m very happy that I’ve been here for a whole month just for the pre-season, so I already knew the city, my team, the cafe­teria and other univer­sity buil­dings and was able to settle in well.
When we haven’t trained, we’ve expe­ri­enced a lot: it doesn’t matter whether it’s just going to town to eat ice cream, chil­ling on the beach or on a week-long road trip via Cincin­nati to Michigan. We’ve even had our first hurri­cane behind us.
The team is extre­mely cool! We are 14 freshmen and have turned the whole team on its head. None­theless, we grew toge­ther very quickly and, after some initial diffi­cul­ties, we also got toge­ther much better in terms of football, so that at some point we won two games.
I get on really well with both the coaching team and all of the other players and I feel really good.
Inci­dent­ally, Savannah is a really beau­tiful city, in the first few weeks we Freshmen had to liter­ally pinch each other because we couldn’t believe that this is actually our new home !!
The SCAD can defi­ni­tely be recom­mended, the school is fantastic! I already met a track and field athlete and a golfer from Germany!
That’s it for me, now I have to go, because today is Game Day. This weekend we have our last prepa­ra­tion games before the confe­rence finally starts next week !!
Gree­tings from Georgia and thank you very much for ever­ything, I am over­joyed to have the oppor­tu­nity to be here!!
Elisa

Viviane Braun

Golf | Univer­sity Of The Cumber­lands

“I’ve been here at the Univer­sity of the Cumber­lands for about 5 weeks now and have felt at home since day one. Finding friends wasn’t a problem at all because ever­yone here is very open and also tries to make friends and make new acquain­tances. My coach and my team are already like a small family to me and the girls and boys from my team are my best friends here, with whom I spend the most time. I really enjoy the trai­ning and the tour­na­ments, even if it’s often a lot, because we are on the road for several hours every day or stay in hotels for several days when we travel for tour­na­ments, but if the time manage­ment is right, you get that simply regu­lated. I settled in very well and didn’t need a lot of time to get used to ever­ything, the change wasn’t that big and defi­ni­tely easier than I expected. I don’t have any problems at univer­sity either. I expected that I might have a bit of trouble swit­ching from German to English, but that wasn’t diffi­cult either; the campus is much more beau­tiful than it appeared in the pictures. The buil­dings and the moun­tain views are beau­tiful. Looking back, I am very grateful to Scho­l­ar­book, because without her I would never have found out about this univer­sity and would probably not be here now. They always supported me in ever­ything, stood by my side with words and deeds and, for example, relieved me of a lot of paper­work and thus simpli­fied the whole process.”

Leon Hammel

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Palm Beach Atlantic Univer­sity

“Super help from Scho­l­ar­book during the process of enrol­ling at the univer­sity – English improved extre­mely – Become more inde­pen­dent – New friendships made – New cultures learned – School history written (SSC Cham­pion, SSC Tour­na­ment Cham­pion for the 1st time), Thanks Scho­l­ar­book!”

Antonia Lewentz

Frauen-Fuss­­ball | Emporia State Univer­sity

“I am happy that I made the decision to go to America. To have the chance to expe­ri­ence some­thing like this is some­thing special. I’ve been here for 6 weeks and have been very comfor­table since day one. The team is great and I was very well received. The way in which sport is linked to studies is unique. There is abso­lute profes­sio­na­lism on and off the pitch. My univer­sity is a rela­tively small univer­sity, which is why it is very fami­liar, which I perso­nally like very much. You get used to the language very quickly and you get a lot of help. I would like to thank Scho­l­ar­book again for making this expe­ri­ence possible. The coope­ra­tion was very good. I’ve felt very comfor­table since day one. Ever­ything was abso­lutely profes­sional and easy. I was parti­cu­larly impressed that every employee who was in direct contact with the athletes studied and played sports in the USA and was thus able to report on their own expe­ri­ences.”

Sophia Füge

Feld­ho­ckey | Belmont Abbey College

“All in all, the colla­bo­ra­tion with Scho­l­ar­book was good. I am very happy that I got the oppor­tu­nity to study here in the USA. I only found out about this possi­bi­lity through Scho­l­ar­book and was immedia­tely enthu­si­astic. The univer­sity life here is great. The team and the atmo­s­phere is great. We do pretty much ever­ything toge­ther and we all get on really well. I am very grateful that I can be here!”

Nils Klein­schmidt

Volley­ball | Camp­bells­ville Univer­sity

“So far ever­ything is going very well. Uni is not too diffi­cult yet, as I’m still in the first semester. The team is great, has a very good level and welcomed me very well. The trainer has strict rules, but is also a very good coach. We are curr­ently in the preseason and have about 10 trai­ning units a week, which is exhaus­ting but also a lot of fun. There are a lot of Puerto Ricans on my team, so a lot of Spanish, which is cool.”

Elena Ecker

Leicht­ath­letik | Hawaii Pacific Univer­sity

“Hello Chris­toph! I’ve been on Oahu for about 1.5 months. The univer­sity started 3 weeks ago and ever­ything is going very well. The lessons have been rela­tively easy for me so far. My team and my coach are wonderful – I can’t imagine a better team, ever­yone is really person­able and suppor­tive. Last week we flew to Cali­fornia for a compe­ti­tion and this weekend we are flying to Hilo, Big Island for another compe­ti­tion. In general, I feel very much at home in Hawaii – the land­s­cape and the sea are breath­ta­king! I hope ever­ything conti­nues to go well. L.G. Elena”

Tom Büschges

Golf | Newberry College

“When I trav­eled to the US in August, I really had few expec­ta­tions, as although I’ve learned a lot about colleges lately, I’ve never been there in person. So it was very exci­ting for me to see what life in college really is like. After the first semester, I can defi­ni­tely say that the decision to go to America is really worthwhile. The expe­ri­ences that arise from living and studying with many very diffe­rent people from other coun­tries on a daily basis are very cool. Since the univer­si­ties in America are desi­gned so that you combine your studies with a sport, it also works great and if you manage your own time well. I am very happy with my decision to go to a smaller univer­sity, as I think it can contri­bute to better rela­ti­ons­hips with other students and profes­sors. However, if you put more emphasis on studying on a large campus where you can expe­ri­ence a lot, then a some­what larger univer­sity is certainly an advan­tage. I think there are huge diffe­rences in how hard the diffe­rent univer­si­ties train in sport and how good the team’s coach is. I am very happy that I am part of a team that has big goals and tries to improve every day. As a result, we also train a lot and espe­cially in the months in which we are in our season, after 6-7 hours of trai­ning per day there is not much free time. For me, that’s exactly what I wanted from college. That is why I would give every athlete who is thin­king about studying in the USA and think about what is most important at the univer­sity before talking to the respec­tive univer­si­ties. This can be, for example, sports, a scho­l­ar­ship, studies or leisure acti­vi­ties. If you are then clear about this and try to learn as much as possible about the univer­sity in the discus­sions with the coaches, then nothing stands in the way of a successful college time.”

Sarah Hofmeier

Frauen-Fuss­­ball | Adelphi Univer­sity

“Hello Nico, I really like it here. The univer­sity has a great campus, nice profes­sors, modern class­rooms and the lectures have so far been very inte­res­ting and defi­ni­tely feasible. I just often have to catch up on mate­rial that I miss because of away games. I have no problem at all with the English language, espe­cially because you notice every day that you are getting better and better. My team is super nice and I get on really well with the coaches. Our trai­ning is fun and varied, but in my opinion totally diffe­rent than in Germany. We go to the gym a lot because soccer is much more physical in America than it is at home. But it seems to be working, our team is still unbeaten this season and I was elected Goal­keeper of the Week and Rookie of the Week in our confe­rence for the second time in a row. The coope­ra­tion with Scho­l­ar­book worked extre­mely well, I was surprised how well and quickly ever­ything was done, espe­cially because it was such a spon­ta­neous decision of mine. I am totally happy here. Thank you for making this possible for me! Kind regards, Sarah”

Oliver Tobisch

Tennis | Old Domi­nion Univer­sity

“I would like to tell you about my first expe­ri­ence at Old Domi­nion Univer­sity. The univer­sity is in Norfolk, VA on the east coast by the sea. As soon as I arrived, I was looked after very well. My coaches and the guys from the tennis team helped me to quickly find my way around the univer­sity grounds and the surroun­ding area. In the first few days I already had a few appoint­ments and meetings at univer­sity and with my tennis team, there was no ques­tion of boredom. I was well received in the tennis team, we have a lot of fun toge­ther. We have already done a lot toge­ther. We have often been to the beach, which is only 20 minutes away. We have also seen dolphins here. In the mean­time, lessons at the univer­sity have started (14 hours per week) and tennis trai­ning has also started. My daily routine is now well planned, the univer­sity is orga­nized so that lessons and trai­ning are coor­di­nated. In the first week, the day started with a “morning workout” (3 times a week, from 6:00 am to 7:30 am). Here we train strength and endu­rance. Then it goes straight to break­fast and at 9:00 a.m. the class begins. After the lunch break there is tennis trai­ning from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., after which there are usually more lessons or I go to the study hall. Here we have to spend 6 hours a week studying or doing home­work. So the day is very busy and there is little free time. But ever­ything is a lot of fun for me, I get along very well in class and my English skills improved incredibly quickly in the first few weeks. I’m enthu­si­astic about the trai­ning, the coaches are very moti­vated and help us to improve our game. Both coaches come from profes­sional tennis. After just 2 weeks of trai­ning, I flew to my first tour­na­ment in Boston with 3 other guys. That was a great expe­ri­ence, all teams played tennis at a high level. Here I was able to achieve my first indi­vi­dual college victory. The next tour­na­ment in Rich­mond is already in 2 weeks. I’m looking forward to a great and exci­ting time in USA. I am already sure that I have not regretted making the decision to play college tennis in USA. I would like to thank Scho­l­ar­book very much, who made it possible for me to find a univer­sity that corre­sponds exactly to my ideas and is the perfect univer­sity for me. From the begin­ning with the crea­tion of the appli­ca­tion video up to the final place­ment, I was given the best advice and support. We were also happy to receive help from Schoo­lar­book when filling out many of the required forms. I also received support for lear­ning the necessary tests, TOEFL and SAT. Thanks again to the whole Scho­l­ar­book team.”

Kany Toure

Leicht­ath­letik | Univer­sity Of Loui­siana

“The univer­sity is beau­tiful, a very nice campus, plea­sant to study. It’s not too big so you can get from one end to the other in 15 minutes. The city itself is also quite ok, but there isn’t much to do, but you can be in New Orleans in 1h30 or at the beach and in 3h in Houston, which is also quite good if you have a few days off and has a car! The team is really good, good harmony between the athletes! Trai­ning is tough, but at least you know you will be in really good shape for the season! However, you have to keep in mind that South Loui­siana is very conser­va­tive which can lead to quite a culture shock. In addi­tion, you have to expect the humi­dity to be very high (often 100%) and this requires a longer adjus­t­ment time, but for athletes with muscle problems this is ideal because it is never cold here and there is a huge trai­ning faci­lity where you can always can go and where we have several doctors and physio­the­ra­pists avail­able.”

Marlon Buck

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Concordia College

“I am very grateful to Scho­l­ar­book! The coope­ra­tion went well and there was never a lack of support. Even after moving to New York, America, my advisor still supports me. I was accom­pa­nied very consci­en­tiously through all the steps and very well prepared for the two tests (Sat & Toefl), as well as for all other tasks. I am espe­cially grateful to my advisor Chris­toph Sander, as he was always avail­able even in moments of doubt (some­times the uncer­tainty about taking this step) and was able to give me good tips. I couldn’t think of any better advice / support! I can only advise every ambi­tious athlete to take this step. There is no better way than here to prac­tice your sport under profes­sional condi­tions while comple­ting your bachelor’s degree in English. Nobody can take away this life expe­ri­ence!”

Maxi­mi­lian Vollmer

Leicht­ath­letik | Univer­sity Of Oregon

“Working with Scho­l­ar­book was just great. Without the support and coope­ra­tion, I would not have dared to move to the USA. Looking back, all I can say is that the decision to go to the US was the best one. At first it was a big step with a lot of uncer­tain­ties and ques­tions, but now I’m just grateful for having done this. I have improved incredibly in 10 weeks of trai­ning (more than I would have imagined) and gained a lot of life expe­ri­ence and inde­pen­dence. I was super well received and enjoy every day in the USA. Of course, I also have to empha­size that Scho­l­ar­book prepared me very well for this step and that there were no compli­ca­tions. So I could settle in very relaxed and ever­ything was well orga­nized. I can only recom­mend taking this step to the USA and I am sure that ever­yone who dares to take this step will change for the better in terms of sport, perso­nally and mentally. The possi­bi­li­ties and support in the US is on a diffe­rent level and ever­ything that argues against it is comple­tely wrong. The trai­ning is much more well thought out and struc­tured and the philo­sophy is also diffe­rent than in Germany. But you must never forget how good the Ameri­cans are in sport and if you take part in trai­ning for a while, you under­stand why. In addi­tion, the coope­ra­tion between studies and trai­ning is unbea­t­able and life on campus as a “student-athlete” is simply bril­liant.”

Robert Heise

Basket­ball | Iowa Wesleyan Univer­sity

I landed in cedar rapid on a Monday evening at 10.30 p.m. and was picked up by my coach. After a one hour drive we arrived in Mount Plea­sant. I was brought straight to my room, where I slept for the next 10 hours. On the first day I explored the campus and met the inter­na­tional adviser who showed me around. Since I was there two days earlier than any other American student, it was still pretty empty. I got in touch with Coach to find a way to get into the hall anyway. He then forwarded me to a future team­mate who was already living on campus again. I met him about three to four times a day over the next few days to throw thro­wers. I chose Iowa Wesleyan Univer­sity because it offers me the best possible oppor­tu­nity to improve myself indi­vi­du­ally and to reach every single perfor­mance limit with my team. The double burden has not yet come into play, as we are not yet allowed to orga­nize offi­cial team trai­ning from the league. So far we have had strength and endu­rance trai­ning every day and always in the open gym. The decisive point was actually that in Germany after the age of 19 you have grown out of the youth sector and you have to make the step into the men’s sector. Since I did not want to do this comple­tely and I just finished my Abitur, this offered me the right oppor­tu­nity. The style of basket­ball at college is comple­tely diffe­rent from ours in Germany, as well as men and youth. My goal is to support the team as much as possible, off and on the court. In addi­tion, I will fight for the place as a backup player for our star­ting center. The coach gave me the goal of leading the team in rebounds per game.

Nick König

Herren-Fuss­­ball | The College Of Saint Rose, New York

First of all I would like to thank Scho­l­ar­book for the great coope­ra­tion. I am very happy with the work they have done for me. I never had problems reaching anyone and they did ever­ything for me on time and properly. Further­more, ever­yone I have come into contact with is not only very compe­tent, but also friendly and helpful. My first impres­sions of life as a student-athlete in America can only be recom­mended. It’s an incredibly great expe­ri­ence with lots of chal­lenges. In contrast to Germany, in my opinion many things are better orga­nized and well coor­di­nated. My team has a large inter­na­tional expanse with 13 nations. Somehow ever­yone brings the best from their country. You get to know a lot of new people. My trainer is somehow the perfect mix of relaxed and impul­sive and the entire team of trai­ners is very person­able. The trai­ning is very hard, espe­cially in the pre-season, which is also due to the fact that the season is very short but very packed. It is still very varied and a lot of fun. In addi­tion, the trai­ning grounds are in really good condi­tion and the medical care is excel­lent. The lessons are not as diffi­cult as in Germany and the English language was not a problem for me either. The only thing that comes up is a lot of home­work, but fewer tests. But all in all, it’s a recom­mend­able expe­ri­ence!

Janeck Sper­ling

Eisho­ckey | Waldorf Univer­sity

The first impres­sions of the univer­sity were very good and I settled in quickly. Mainly because the univer­sity is rela­tively small, it is easy for me to make contacts. The campus is clear, which is why I hardly had any problems with orien­ta­tion. The univer­sity is tech­ni­cally well equipped and I also like the premises. The coaches and players also accepted me very quickly. We started the season well and are curr­ently first in our confe­rence. The trai­ning is compa­rable to the German one, only that more strength trai­ning is done in the gym of the univer­sity. I actually get along better with the language than I thought. It took me about 1 month to under­stand ever­ything in the lectures, but now I can keep up with the class, espe­cially because the profes­sors and other contact persons at the univer­sity are very cour­teous. I also like that the classes are not too big or too small (around 15-20 students). Working with Scho­l­ar­book has been very produc­tive in my opinion. There was actually someone avail­able quickly and at any time and I had the feeling that they were trying to help me. I would have liked the offers to come earlier so that I would have more time to decide, but I cannot assess to what extent Scho­l­ar­book can influ­ence this. I would also like to see more “experts” in the field of ice hockey. Nevertheless, I am very satis­fied with the coope­ra­tion, espe­cially because of the easy commu­ni­ca­tion and the commit­ment.

Laetitia Pina-lydia Solom­brino

Golf | Park Univer­sity

My first few weeks here have been very good so far! Sure, at first I was home­sick, espe­cially because I had never been away from home alone for so long before. This feeling never goes away comple­tely, but it gets a lot better. My univer­sity here has the so-called quad system in the dorms. This means that four of you share a living room and kitchen and then two of you share a room and a bathroom. I was lucky that two of my roomies are also on the golf team and have been here for the second year. Thanks to them, I quickly got to know the rest of the team and quickly made friends with most of them. It took a few weeks, but now I feel very comfor­table here and have made friends and made friends. Since our boys and girls’ teams train toge­ther and play trial rounds, we’re basi­cally a team of 20 people with whom we always do some­thing. The second image atta­ched is from my first night here when we were all toge­ther at a Royals (Kansas City) base­ball game. As for the school itself, I can only say that the profes­sors are all very nice, open and helpful. Although I arrived almost two weeks after the start of the semester, ever­yone showed a lot of under­stan­ding and brought me up to date. Even if I tell them that I won’t be in class on Mondays and Tues­days because we have a tour­na­ment, they always show a lot of under­stan­ding and tell them what I can prepare online so that I don’t miss that much. In general, I can say that the whole expe­ri­ence here is exactly as I imagined it to be, and I am always amazed at how many myths about college life in the USA are actually true. 🙂

Rena Ketelsen

Frauen-Fuss­­ball | Morningside College

My team is great. The players took me and three other inter­na­tional students in smoothly with the other freshmen. My trainer is great. He himself went to America from Germany when he was 18 to study, but he comes from an American mili­tary family. Every single player is important to him. I can’t say that much about trai­ning, as I’ve been injured since the first game, but the trai­ning looks tough, heavy and good. I was lucky to come to Iowa because the people here are all super nice and the weather is not that diffe­rent from the weather in Germany. The univer­sity campus is also very beau­tiful. There are many green spaces and trees here. Most of the buil­dings are pretty nice too. The college is quite small, so the campus isn’t that big either. I can basi­cally walk to ever­ything here in 15 minutes. I was quite fluent in English before I came to America. But even if someone doesn’t, it’s enough to be able to commu­ni­cate somehow so that Ameri­cans under­stand you. The Ameri­cans have never comp­lained about strong, strange accents or mistakes in my presence. The lectures are quite easy at the begin­ning because they start at the very begin­ning. We had our midterm exams now. In the mean­time I have to learn a lot and do a lot of home­work and assign­ments, but that’s not much diffe­rent from other univer­si­ties in Europe. In addi­tion, I still have enough free time and time to train (I take part in all trai­ning units and do strength trai­ning at the same time). Working with Scho­l­ar­book was easy for me. I did a lot on my own and didn’t often have ques­tions, but when I did, they were usually answered simply and clearly. When I decided on college, I worked a lot with the coaches, but I was always able to ask Scho­l­ar­book if I had any ques­tions.

Tatjana Mense

Leicht­ath­letik | Wingate Univer­sity

Hi Chris­toph / Scho­l­ar­book, I’m doing great here in the USA. I finally have a real team and a lot of fun, no matter how hard the trai­ning is. Since I’ve been here I haven’t even had to walk alone. We are a great team and we laugh a lot toge­ther and of course with the coaches. To be honest, I can’t believe that I’ve been here for 2 months now. So much has happened in that time and our Confe­rence Cham­pionship XC race is next week. Within these 2 months I (hard to believe but true) doubled my running circum­fe­rence and that without any injury. In the races, too, I surprise myself every time and run rich that I never would have thought possible. We have our own XC course on campus and toge­ther with the team and other little things, the condi­tions are great here. Outside of running, too, we have a lot of fun and are like family. I get along really well with the language. Ever­yone under­stands when not every sentence is gram­ma­ti­cally correct. You just have to over­come yourself and start talking. In addi­tion, I’m not the only inter­na­tional person on the team and it’s super fun when so many diffe­rent types of English and cultures meet. That’s one of the things that makes my team so great and unique.

Alex­ander Thie­hofe

Herren-Fuss­­ball | Northwes­tern Univer­sity

I am very satis­fied with the final process with Scho­l­ar­book and espe­cially with my athlete super­visor Uwe. He estab­lished contacts with some colleges that were inte­res­ting for me and, after my commit­ment, supported me very well with the visa process. Basi­cally, I think that Scho­l­ar­book signi­fi­cantly simpli­fies the USA project and the asso­ciated processes such as language tests and visas, for which I am grateful. I also really enjoyed the advice given for discus­sions with coaches and the prepa­ra­tion for the tests. All in all, Scho­l­ar­book has supported me well and above all success­fully.

Anna-Sophie Berger

Fuss­ball Weib­lich | Monroe Commu­nity College, New York

Initial war is diffi­cult to get into the team, because it was simply a huge change here and its conse­quences. We are now heard as a team and we all get along very well. Trai­ning is great to hear, great to hear, but you are heard too. Our trai­ners are really great, always have an ear and give us indi­vi­dual feed­back. But of course there are ups and downs between players and coaches from time to time, but it was also part of it.

The campus is really really nice, with a lake on the way to the univer­sity. The rooms are big, like a normal apart­ment. The first lectures lost me, but after 1-2 weeks it was no longer a problem. The profes­sors are also very under­stand­able! My English has also improved a lot in the last few months.

I found the coope­ra­tion with Scho­l­ar­book really, really good, the help and support that I received I also really belong! Above all, a big thank you and praise to Lena!

Lara Kohlen­bach

Leicht­ath­letik | Duke Univer­sity

The team here at Duke Univer­sity (Divi­sion 1) is very ambi­tious and perfor­­­mance-oriented. The trai­ning is tough but defi­ni­tely doable and I defi­ni­tely feel that I have every oppor­tu­nity to improve myself and improve my perfor­mance. The possi­bi­li­ties that are avail­able to us outside of trai­ning (for rege­ne­ra­tion, nutri­tional advice, medical care) are excel­lent. I work very closely with my trainer (Coach Wilbourn), who trains the all-roun­­­­­ders and pole vaul­ters. The trai­ning atmo­s­phere is very good, ever­yone cheers ever­yone on during trai­ning and I feel more than well looked after and very comfor­table.

 

I was very well received. Even if it was a little lingu­is­ti­cally diffi­cult to find one’s way into the group at the begin­ning, ever­yone is super nice towards inter­na­tional students and very under­stan­ding that some­times you ask a second time or take a little longer to under­stand things. But that changes very quickly after the first few weeks and you get along very well with the language. All freshmen are really good friends here and you do a lot as a group. The campus is very nice. The univer­sity is not very big compared to other American univer­si­ties and that makes the campus commu­nity size very plea­sant. The students at Duke Univer­sity are very involved in various projects in order to actively shape life on campus in many ways, and outside of the univer­sity you can also get involved in various volun­tary projects.

 

I am very satis­fied with the coope­ra­tion with Scho­l­ar­book. After I wasn’t so fami­liar with my idea of ​​studying in the USA at first, Scho­l­ar­book provided me with various mate­rials and field reports in order to pursue my idea further. In prepa­ra­tion for tests and when crea­ting my profile, I really appre­ciated the close contact with Alex Hass and I am also pleased that he will continue to be in contact with me during my stay in the USA. I am very grateful for the contact with various high-class univer­si­ties and coaches in the USA that Scho­l­ar­book has estab­lished for me. I think that the network that Scho­l­ar­book has built up and is constantly expan­ding is very helpful for various athletes in various sports and offers many athletes the possi­bi­lity of a scho­l­ar­ship in the USA.

Jonas Hoff­mann

Herren-Fuss­­ball | West Virginia Wesleyan College

I arrived safely here! The team welcomed me very well and I was able to fit in well. It’s a very young team and this year around 15 freshmen have joined. Almost half of my team­mates are also inter­na­tional students, e.g. from Peru, Mexico, England, Spain, Finland, Greece, Georgia, Dubai and Japan.

 

The trai­ning here is of a very high stan­dard and even if you have a bad day, your team­mates will pull you along. The first season went very well. We finished third with an overall record of 12-5-2 and then unfor­tu­n­a­tely we were thrown out in the confe­rence semi­fi­nals against the runner-up on penal­ties. Although we don’t have any games in the offseason until spring break, it some­times feels like a soccer boar­ding school. Get up at 6:00 AM. for trai­ning, then to class for two to three hours and then back to trai­ning. There are days on which we have fitness units again in the evening.

 

At univer­sity I get along very well because in the first two years you have to take a lot of general educa­tion subjects, most of which repeat the mate­rial you have already learned in upper school.

 

Looking back, I have to say that the colla­bo­ra­tion with you went very well. If I had any ques­tions, I could always speak to my personal super­visor, who answered within 2 days. The English teacher who prepared me for the required tests was also very helpful.

Berliner Golf Club Gatow e.V.

In 2007, the new genera­tion work, which had been rede­si­gned in terms of content and orga­niz­a­tion, was imple­mented for the first time. Their goal is not only to improve spor­ting acti­vi­ties, but also to streng­then soli­da­rity within the club and invest in a more effi­cient future.

Regular children and youth trai­ning:
Of the total of 150 children and young people in the club, around 90 actively parti­ci­pate in this youth trai­ning every year. The trai­ning groups are divided into 4 cate­go­ries. Mini trai­ning for 6-10 year olds, mass sports trai­ning for 9-18 years, age groups (AK) trai­ning and elite trai­ning. The aim of the trai­ning is to obtain the license to play golf courses or to improve your personal handicap, as well as to develop team spirit and membership in a club.

ACM College Consul­ting

ACM is an inter­na­tional place­ment company that aims to help high school and college students and their fami­lies find and get reco­gni­tion for US colleges. “After we get to know the student and their fami­lies better and have a better under­stan­ding of their inte­rests, goals, and needs, we create a plan to help them choose college and go through the enroll­ment process. We create plans based on the needs of 9th to 12th grade students. Regard­less of whether you come from Europe or the USA, we offer you private advice on all aspects of the search and admis­sion process, ”is how ACM describes its place­ment service.

Olym­pia­stütz­punkt Hessen

We are pleased about this great part­nership and thank the local support manager Werner Schaefer and the two career advi­sors Bernd Brück­mann and Arnulf Rücker, who have already had several good expe­ri­ences with Scho­l­ar­book and there­fore entered into this coope­ra­tion in the inte­rests of the athletes.

Fußball­schule Boppar­d­inho

The Boppar­d­inho soccer school in Boppard am Rhein teaches children to play soccer and aims to prepare them for life with the help of the “best sport in the world”. The trai­ning encom­passes both the soccer playing and character deve­lo­p­ment of the children. At Boppar­d­inho, trai­ning takes prece­dence over the result, which all too often comes from a short-term focus and blocks the deve­lo­p­ment of young soccer players. It’s about tactical, tech­nical and athletic trai­ning, but above all about trea­ting others and yourself with respect. Social and holistic deve­lo­p­ment. It’s about values! This is Boppar­d­inho.

Karriere im Sport­ma­nage­ment

Career portal for athletes

“Career in Sports Manage­ment is the first holistic career portal on the subject of sports manage­ment for profes­sio­nals, young profes­sio­nals, students, interns, trai­nees and school­children who are inte­rested in a (new) sports job, a sports degree, a sports internship, sports trai­ning or further trai­ning in sports.”

Website: http://karriere-im-sportmanagement.de/

Stadt­sport­bund Düssel­dorf

Scho­l­ar­book is proud to be the offi­cial partner of the Stadt­sport­bund Düssel­dorf. The Stadt­sport­bund Düssel­dorf coor­di­nates cross-disci­­­pli­­­nary support measures for compe­ti­tive sports in Düssel­dorf on behalf of the city of Düssel­dorf. This includes in parti­cular the promo­tion of the dual career of young compe­ti­tive athletes. The Scho­l­ar­book offer comple­ments the exis­ting funding measures in Düssel­dorf in a special way, which is why the Stadt­sport­bund Düssel­dorf recom­mends its athletes to work with Scho­l­ar­book.

Inter­panel

Internpanel.com is an internet portal for the place­ment of inter­na­tional internships only. While the place­ment of places at a univer­sity for a semester abroad is usually done by the own univer­sity, the situa­tion when looking for vacant internship posi­tions abroad is usually much more diffi­cult.

Job exch­anges, job brokers for a fee, personal contacts, company career portals, univer­sity networks and trade fairs are many diffe­rent ways of finding an internship abroad.

Indeed

  • Job exch­anges are usually limited to one country,
  • Not ever­yone can afford a job broker for a fee,
  • Personal contacts abroad are not the rule,
  • Are career portals of compa­nies partly opaque, compli­cated and partly unknown,
  • Mediate univer­sity networks as a rule Places at partner univer­si­ties, but no internship posi­tions abroad
  • And trade fair visits are some­times very expen­sive.

This makes the problem clear: Finding a suitable internship abroad among the options listed is not easy. What is missing is a well-known, trans­pa­rent, globally acces­sible portal that specia­lizes in arran­ging inter­na­tional internships and offers the services to appli­cants free of charge: Internpanel.com.

You can find more detailed infor­ma­tion about internpanel.com on their website!

ART Düssel­dorf

Leicht­ath­letik

athle­tics

ART Düssel­dorf recom­mends its members who are plan­ning a stay in the USA to work with Scho­l­ar­book. We are happy about this part­nership!

GoKixx

Career advan­ce­ment for soccer players

Our partner GoKixx provides its members with an app with which soccer players, who mainly train in high-perfor­­­mance centers, can find out about various career advan­ce­ment options. GoKixx recom­mends its USA-inte­­­rested users to work with Scho­l­ar­book, because studying in the USA, supported by a sports scho­l­ar­ship, can be a worthwhile alter­na­tive to a profes­sional career.

Greg Norman Golf Academy

We are proud to present our strong partner in golf from South Caro­lina, USA, the Greg Norman Golf Academy. With this we can also give athletes who want to go to the USA in the 10th or 11th grade this great oppor­tu­nity and at the same time provide the best athletic and academic prepa­ra­tion for college or profes­sional careers.

Epro 360

Media­tion of generous partial scho­l­ar­s­hips

Epro 360 helps you start your own inter­na­tional career. By arran­ging generous partial scho­l­ar­s­hips from US univer­si­ties to German high school graduates and students, they can set them­selves apart profes­sio­nally. Epro 360 not only relies on the university’s academic educa­tion, but also fills the gaps in academic educa­tion through indi­vi­dual coaching services in the areas that are crucial for a fulfil­ling personal and profes­sional life.

Prak­ti­ka­welten

Inter­na­tional student exchange programs.
Prak­ti­ka­welten offers student exchange programs in seven coun­tries. During a year abroad, students aged 14 and over have the unique oppor­tu­nity to choose from a huge selec­tion of new school subjects and sports programs at a high school in the USA, Canada and other coun­tries: e.g. Soccer, basket­ball, swim­ming, surfing, skate­boar­ding, cheer­lea­ding, athle­tics and much more. Compe­ti­tive athletes receive indi­vi­dual support at internship worlds: schools with special sports programs can be selected as part of the Select program.

Till Helmke

5th place at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing (4 x 100 m), parti­ci­pant in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens (200 m and 4 x 100 m):

“The guys from Scho­l­ar­book looked after me fantastic. You were able to answer every ques­tion quickly and I always felt comfor­table. I can only recom­mend you to apply to Scholarbook.net and with a little luck you will soon be flying to the USA.” Till Helmke on sports scho­l­ar­s­hips in the Scho­l­ar­­­book-Talk.

Johannes Kessler

Board member of the Rhine­land Athle­tics Asso­cia­tion, trainer of various Olympic and world cham­pionship parti­ci­pants, hono­rary presi­dent of LG Rhein-Wied.

 

Steffen Grummut

Vice-Presi­­­dent of the EWR-Rhein­hessen swim­ming commu­nity, 8th place Olympia in Moscow 1980 (deca­thlon), 4th place Euro­pean cham­pions­hips in Athens 1982 (deca­thlon), Euro­pean and world cham­pion in two-man bobs­leigh:

“As an Olym­pian, I actively support the Scho­l­ar­book project, as this has already given some well-known athletes a huge oppor­tu­nity. What impressed me was that they were even able to fly in coaches from the USA to get to know the athletes and their surroun­dings perso­nally.”

Tobias Dier

Winner of the German Amateur Open Cham­pionship 1998, winner of the TNT Dutch Open 2002 with a round of 60:

“I actively support Scho­l­ar­book because a sports scho­l­ar­ship in the USA is a gigantic oppor­tu­nity for golfers and other talented athletes. In college you are opti­mally prepared for a profes­sional career and also receive excel­lent trai­ning for the time after your active career.”

Dr. Michael Gross

Germany’s most successful swimmer of all time and multiple Olympic cham­pion:

“For Scho­l­ar­book, there could be no better partner for our own scho­l­ar­ship program than Dr. Michael Gross give. He himself has a connec­tion to the United States, knows the system and poten­tial of college swim­ming just as well as the atmo­s­phere on the most beau­tiful campuses. So it’s no wonder that he immedia­tely agreed to support the Scho­l­ar­book toge­ther with Wolf­gang Männig, Olympic cham­pion in the 1988 Germany Eighth in Seoul, and to do some­thing good for Germany’s young athletes.”

Chris­to­pher McNaughton

“As a young German athlete I was able to fulfill my dream of doing sport at the highest level at a US college myself, I am happy to help Scho­l­ar­book with this mission. I hope that I can actively support athletes in the basket­ball field in parti­cular. This oppor­tu­nity to get an academic degree and at the same time develop your spor­ting career is unique!”

Prof. Dr. Lutz Thieme

“As a professor of sports manage­ment at the RheinAhr­Campus in Remagen, I deal with the German and inter­na­tional sports system on a daily basis. My main rese­arch inte­rests include expe­ri­mental econo­mics in sport, sport deve­lo­p­ment and orga­niz­a­tional deve­lo­p­ment, which is why I also pay close atten­tion to the American sport system. Scho­l­ar­book was co-founded in 2010 by one of my students (Thomas Bojanowski) during his time at our univer­sity and some of our sports manage­ment graduates have already been able to gain valu­able inter­na­tional expe­ri­ence in this way. In 2016, with Scho­l­ar­book and the event “Karls­ruhe Lauf­nacht”, we were able to set up a joint project with the support of our RAC students, which will hope­fully be able to estab­lish itself as a fixture in German athle­tics in the future.”

Julia Richter

Ski | Univer­sity of Utah

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Datum: 02.08.2013
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Datum: 19.07.2013
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Datum: 09.07.2013
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Datum: 09.07.2013
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Hildes­heimer Allge­meine Zeitung

Datum: 09.07.2013
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Datum: 27.06.2013
Titel: „Simon Stüt­zels Sieg“
Heraus­geber: Verlag für Anzei­gen­blätter GmbH
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Datum: 20.06.2013
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Datum: 19.06.2013
Titel: „Golfsti­pen­dium in den USA mit Scho­l­ar­book und Frederik Schulte“
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Ruhr Nach­richten

Datum: 13.September 2012
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Hedi­en­haus Lensing
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Datum: 24.August 2012
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Mindener Tage­blatt

Datum: 26.07.2012
Titel (Fußball): „Für mich geht damit ein Traum in Erfül­lung”
Heraus­geber: J.C.C.Bruns Betriebs-GmbH
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Pfäl­zi­sche Merkur

Datum: 9. August 2012
Titel (Schwimmen): „Till P. wagt den großen Sprung”
Heraus­geber: Zwei­brü­cker Druckerei und Verlags­ge­sell­schaft mbH
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Idsteiner Zeitung

Datum: 27.Juli 2012
Titel (Leich­t­aht­letik): „Ab August „Freshman” in Kali­for­nien.“
Heraus­geber: Verlags­gruppe Rhein-Main
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Rhein-Zeitung

Datum: 23.Juni 2012
Titel: „18-jährige verknüpft in den USA Studium und Sport”
Heraus­geber: Mittel­rhein-Verlag GmbH
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West­deut­sche Allge­mein Zeitung

Datum: 27.2. 2012
Titel: „Stüt­zels Lauf ins Bronze-Glück”
Heraus­geber: WAZ Medi­en­gruppe
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Nord­hes­si­sche Zeitung

Datum: 3. 1. 2012
Titel: „Auf ins Aben­teuer Amerika”
Heraus­geber: Stadt­Zeit Kassel
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Dors­tener Zeitung

Titel: „Die Qual der Wahl”
Heraus­geber: Lensing Medien GmbH & Co. KG
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Dors­tener Zeitung

Titel: „Verhei­ßungs­voller Start”
Heraus­geber: Lensing Medien GmbH & Co. KG
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West­­falen-Blatt

Datum: 23. 2. 2011
Titel: „Auf den Spuren von Woods und Mickelson”
Heraus­geber: West­­­falen-Blatt Verei­nigte Zeitungs­ver­lage GmbH
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Allge­meine Zeitung

Datum: 10. 7. 2010
Titel: „Manuel Belzer wech­selt nach Iowa”
Heraus­geber: Verlags­gruppe Rhein Main GmbH & Co. KG
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Sport Inform

Datum: Februar 2010
Titel: „Der Traum vom USA Studium”
Heraus­geber: Sport­bund Rhein­land e. V.
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Rhein-Zeitung

Datum: 18.02.2011
Titel: „Olym­pia­sieger gibt Wich­te­rich Tipps”
Heraus­geber: Mittel­rhein-Verlag GmbH
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Der Stan­dard

Datum: 05.10. 2011
Titel: „Lauf­schuhe oder Labor­kittel, Halle oder Hörsaal”
Heraus­geber: Oscar Bronner
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Reut­linger General-Anzeiger

Datum: 09.08.2013
Titel: Göhler sucht sein Glück in den USA
Heraus­geber: Reut­linger General-Anzeiger Verlags GmbH & Co. KG
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