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Selected Information from the BMBF's Data Portal.Facts and figures on educational expenditure, budget, GDP, in Germany )federal states and government), structural data.
This report is published as part of a series of publications by the Consortium for international Higher Education Marketing ‚GATE-Germany‘, a joint initiative of HRK and DAAD, supported by the Ministry of Education and Research. Based on a survey of international students at 45 universities in Germany, it analyses students’ perceptions and their expectations, and indicates [...]
The Recognition Consultation Centre (Anerkennungsberatung) of the Hannover Chamber of Industry and Commerce provides background information about the recognition and assessment of foreign professional qualifications. Depending on qualification and professional background, different bodies serve to check and authenticate foreign qualifications. The document gives practical [...]
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is inviting German universities to develop strategies for more intensive collaboration with their foreign guest researchers and future international alumni. The strategies around these “research alumni” are to focus on the following questions: How can guest researchers already be gained as multipliers during their research stay, and how can [...]