Curriculum vitae

Professional Profile
I am an academically strong historian with a flair for research and information retrieval. Through my MA studies, I have acquired the skill to quickly obtain large quantities of information, and communicate this information in a professional and easily understandable way.My previous employment at Ferring Pharmaceuticals, The Museum of Copenhagen’s Picture Archive, The SAXO-institute, as well as my history degree have given me extensive experience with working with a number of different databases, document handling, data-collection and registration. Furthermore I have an analytic approach to tasks – partly developed through research during history degree studies, and partly through work experience.
Work Experience  
2014-2015

2014

2013

2012

2009-2010

2010

 

National Oilwell Varco – Supply Chain Oracle Assistant

Ferring – Regulatory Assistant

Subo – Consultant (internship)

University of Copenhagen – Cassation Assistant

Museum of Copenhagen – Archive Assistant

Brønshøj Museum – Internship

 

Education
2012 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2010

 

 

 

 

 

§  Candidatus Magisterii in History
University of Copenhagen

§  Dissertation: A comparative study of the phenomenon of “first-ministers” in early modern European politics.

§  Skills within research and information retrieval.

§  Experience with processing large amounts of data in a short time, and present this in an accessible and factual way.

 

§  Master of Arts in History
Lancaster University

§  Dissertation: An investigation of the political precautions of The Second Battle of Copenhagen – With a special focus on the proceedings in The House of Commons.

§  Excellent English skills, both orally and in writing.

§  Insight gained into the Anglo-American historical research tradition.

 

 

§  Bachelor Degree in History                                                                                                        
University of Copenhagen
(With an elective module in Art History)

§  Dissertation: An investigation into the public view on absolutism in 18th century Denmark.

§  Module in Museology: Theoretical and practical knowledge of the creation of museum exhibits, and the historical development of the role of museums in society.

 

 

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