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Germany International Student Statistics 2018

Germany is becoming a very popular study destination standing alongside the US, the UK, Canada and Australia. Consequent to this high attractiveness the country has reached its long-term of welcoming 350,000 international students, by 2020, three years earlier in 2017. Main reasons why international students choose Germany? Free higher education: 35.3% of prospective students would...

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What is Germany famous for?

Located in the heart of the old continent, Germany is compelled of 16 states and is well known for being the largest national economy in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. With an interesting and rich history narrated by the old-fashion and colorful architecture, castles, palaces, cathedrals and monuments themselves, its landscapes,...

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German Umlauts: Ä Ö and Ü

Ask anyone who does not speak German about the language and they will all say how difficult and harsh it sounds. Those who cannot speak it are wary and do not know where to start to even learn it. But there are around 100 million German native speakers in the world, so it is a...

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How to Say Months of the Year in German

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to say months of the year in German language. Luckily, the names of the months in German sound quite similar as in English, which makes them easy to remember. English German How to pronounce the months in German January Januar yah-noo-ahr February Februar fay-broo-ahr March März mehrts April April...

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Germany to invest more and more in public education

Germany has increased its investment in education by 3.5 percent in 2016 more than in previous years. The data are revealed on the official website of Federal Statistics, Destatis, on 14 December 2017. Destatis reports for 128.8 billion euros spent on public education in 2017, meaning 4.4 billion or 3.5 percent more than in the...

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Humboldt-Institut – Intensive German Courses in Berlin

With its intensive German language programs and more than 40 years of teaching know-how, the Humboldt-Institut is one of Germany’s most experienced language schools for German as a foreign language. Founded in 1977, the Humboldt-Institut operates a network of schools for junior and adult students. The intensive German courses for adults offer a fast and...

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69.2% of International Students Prefer to Stay in Germany After Studies

Studying-in-Germany.org conducted a survey that aimed to reveal why prospect students would choose Germany over other study destinations, how they plan to fund their education and what their plans are for the future after studies are over. 4,339 participants had to answer three questions by picking one of the answer choices on each question being...

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Jacobs University – an international campus university

Located in northern Germany, Jacobs University is one of the country’s most international universities, characterized by a truly intercultural community of students and faculty. Founded in 2001 as a private English-speaking university, Jacobs attracts highly talented and open-minded students from all over the world, with more than 1,300 students from over 100 countries currently living...

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Medical school and the assessment process to become a medical doctor

Students that get admitted into a German medical university, the trainings include theoretical pre-clinical studies and practical application – separated into basic science (2 years known as “Vorklinik” – including courses in chemistry, physics, anatomy, biology, biochemistry, physiology, medical psychology, medical terminology, introduction into clinical medicine and sociology), clinical science (3 years known as “Klinik”...

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How to Become a Medical Doctor in Germany

Nowadays, a job as a medical doctor has come to be one of the most desired occupations and not only in Germany. Surely, that is why there are so many doctors that travel from one world country to another, trying to get the most profiting job offer that also gives the best of support as...