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.
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.
KIT: “We empower entrepreunerial spirit”
Oliver Schmidt, of KIT’s International Services Unit, shares his views on the cooperation projects of KIT worldwide, especially in China and India.
Universität Furtwangen: “We may be small, but we have a lot to offer”
In the scenic black forest in Baden-Württemberg, we find a university with high tech IT-facilities and amazing career possibilities. Furtwangen University presents itself in a pitch.
Prof. Arnold van Zyl: “Our university is an ecosystem for innovation”
The Cooperative State University of Baden-Württemberg appeals to high school graduates, corporates and politicians worldwide. President Prof. van Zyl on hopes and misunderstandings considering the dual studies.
Social Impact gGmbH: A home for social entrepreneurs
The social entrepreneurs have been represented for a time already in Baden-Württemberg and are continuously gaining importance. In Stuttgart, they have an active supporter for over 20 years now: the Social Impact gGmbH.
bw-i: Great perspectives in the German Southwest
Germany’s Southwest is one of the most innovative regions in Europe. Young professionals interested in a career here can now consult the website www.bw-jobs.de in their job search.
CHIKOH: China competence in Hohenheim
With their project CHIKOH, the University of Hohenheim is cultivating a better understanding of China to promote collaborations in science and business.
STUBE BaWü: Studying between continents
Angelika Weber, Director of the study supporting programme STUBE Baden-Württemberg, supports young people from Africa, Asia and Latin America to pursue their studies in development policy.