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Youth policy, research and legislation in Germany, in the European framework
This brochure informs immigrant parents about vocational education and training in Germany, and particular support for young people from immigrant families. It is published by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and available in many languages.
The third, revised edition of a bilingual English-German glossary of terms experts have compiled for Vocational Education and Training, issued in 2017 by the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training in Germany.
In February 2017, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research published a new strategy for the internationalisation of education, science and research, which links up to the strategy paper for internationalisation published in 2008. The five strategic areas are: strengthening excellence through global cooperation, developing German strength in innovation, developing [...]
Focusing on international cooperation, this website offers an overview of relevant institutions in Germany with short descriptions of their fields of work and links to vocational education and research.
Non-monetary returns to education in the form of social inclusion: Estimation and interdependence of private and social Returns to Education of Migrants and non-migrants (REdMig)
Das Projekt REdMig geht der Frage nach, welchen Einfluss Bildung auf die soziale und kulturelle Einbindung sowie auf Aspekte individueller Wohlfahrt besitzt. Wir interessieren uns speziell für nicht-monetäre Erträge von Bildung: Im Vordergrund steht die Frage, welche Formen sozialer und kultureller Einbindung auf privater Ebene („Einbindung in soziale Netzwerke“) und [...]