NEW in BW
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.
With their project CHIKOH, the University of Hohenheim is cultivating a better understanding of China to promote collaborations in science and business.
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.
From the commonly known “Benz-City” into the city of founders: In Stuttgart, local entrepreneurs are finally able to think, create and stay in their homeland.
High temperatures and, most importantly, no rain and fog: The ideal weather for a trip to Upper Swabia: where the Baroque sparkles in a brilliant performance under the sun rays.
The international refugee crisis has lead the German economy to unite its companies to the network “We together”. The commitment: refugee integration in the labour market.
Ever since Germany has signed the Recognition Act (2012), a career there has become even more reachable for international professionals. But is it really an asset to successful labour market integration?
With its 10 Welcome Centers, the State of Baden-Württemberg supports international professionals in their integration in the local society and labour market.
…and the key to employability. But can such a format become the backbone of the contemporary economy?
For the approaching spring and Easter time, we recommend a visit at the Bodensee (Lake Constance).
Baden-Württemberg has faced many waves of immigration. A historical digression.
From Buenos Aires over Toronto to small town Stuttgart with its world class Ballet: A conversation with choreographer and opera director Demis Volpi.