Interactions Welcomes Gulia Oeschger

Giulia is a Swiss/Italian graduate with an MSc in Engineering “Sustainable Cities” and is now doing a PhD in UCD on micro-mobility and sustainable urban mobility in Dublin and Ireland.

Giulia was drawn to Interactions by her interest in behavioural change and transitions towards more sustainable practices and systems. During her studies she has focused on analyses of practices and patterns of behaviour in order to identify the necessary steps to implement change in a more sustainable direction.

At Interactions we are committed to supporting and mentoring ambitious graduates who wish to learn about the work we do here at Interactions. We welcome graduates who have the same passion as we do on how people interact with ideas, products, services and each other.

Our interns are mentored and integrated fully into the work of Interactions and receive training in order to upskill during the programme. The programmes allow students interested in behaviour, attitudes and psychology, a chance to develop important operational skills required to succeed in the industry, along with exposure to live projects and challenges.

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