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Germany still very popular as a place to study
Germany is one of the most popular countries in the world for international students: over 300,000 were enrolled at universities in the first term of 2019/20.
Ziehl-Abegg: On the podium with TikTok
The German Prize for Online Communication (DPOK) honours outstanding digital projects throughout Germany goes to Ziehl-Abegg’s TikTok dance.
“Skill shortages are a shared challenge”
The new committee met online to discuss an issue concerning everyone: the increasing shortage of skilled workers and specialists.
International students prefer technology
Press release from the State Statistical Office of Baden-Württemberg: International students prefer technically oriented degree programs in Baden-Württemberg.
Dr. Eberhard Veit: “There is a real new spirit of optimism”
We asked Dr. Eberhard Veit in mid-July about the situation of industrial companies after Corona. He shares his thoughts concerning the KIT.
Initiatives for innovation
The ever changing State: here are some of Baden-Württemberg’s recent innovation initiatives in a nutshell.
Dr. Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut: “Competitiveness is not to be taken for granted”
Baden-Württemberg’s Minister of Economics, Dr. Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut, on industrial innovation and global competition.
VfB Akademie: A career beyond football
Surrounded by football fields: this is where you will find the ideal place to study. VfB Stuttgart Akademie – A deep forward pass for business talents.
Indo-MIM: “Complexity simplified”
Indo-MIM gives the metal powder its complex shape. Kiran Kumar, Vice President at Indo MIM in Stuttgart, on starting a business in Germany.
Black Forest Games: “Talent acquisition is a hard-fought territory”
The gaming industry is growing silently in the Black Forest. Adrian Goersch, founder of Black Forest Games in Offenburg, on recruiting in Europe.
Oliver Mahn: “India is here!”
Oliver Mahn flies to India 15 times a year and has succeeded in organizing 16 India Film Festivals in Stuttgart.
Forum der Kulturen: “Making diversity visible”
The Forum der Kulturen sits in the heart of Baden-Württemberg’s capital city Stuttgart. Overlooking the Marktplatz, the office has the pole position.