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Image of Brandenburger Tor. Text: Germany Grad Fair. Graduate Degrees in Germany. Opportunities and Funding.
10/03/21 -
  • Nele Kirstein

Join us online: Germany Grad Fair 2021

With hundreds of respected universities to choose from as well as its location in the heart of Europe, it’s no wonder that Germany consistently ranks as one of the most popular countries in the world in which to study. In fact, Germany has been ranked as the fourth most popular destination for international students in the world (after the US, UK and Australia). Learn what opportunities await you for graduate studies in the land of ideas.
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Students sitting outside with a laptop and notepad
18/06/20 -
  • Nele Kirstein
  • Patrizia Nobbe

How to apply for a degree program in Germany

The application period for fall 2020 degree programs has started at most German universities and universities of applied sciences. Here’s how you can apply as an international degree-seeking student - and some aspects to consider in times of the Corona crisis.
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Woman sitting on the floor with a laptop, surrounded by books
04/05/20 -
  • Nele Kirstein

The 5 Best Resources To Learn German Online – For Free

You were expecting to be studying in Germany, surrounded by new friends and immersing into a new language and culture right now? Instead, you are home alone? Don’t give up on your plans! We have gathered some of the best online resources to learn German from the comfort of your home – entirely free of charge!
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Two men sitting on a panel in front of audience
30/04/16 -
  • Britta Schumacher

Bridging the U.S. Skills Gap

On Thursday, April 28, 2016, the UAS7 New York Office hosted a panel discussion on the topic of "Bridging the U.S. Skills Gap - A Transatlantic Discussion on Vocational Training and Best Practices" in cooperation with the German Consulate New York. 
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Roundtable discussion during the UAS7-workshop on “University-Industry Collaborations” at the German Consulate General in New York
16/11/15 -
  • Britta Schumacher

University-Industry Collaborations at center of UAS7 presidential visit to New York

How can colleges and universities best collaborate with businesses and industries to serve the professional interests of their students? What can universities in Germany learn from their U.S. partners in this regard, and vice versa? These were some of the questions at the center of the UAS7-presidential delegation visit to New York from November 3 through November 6, 2015.
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