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.
The situation in his homeland Spain won’t allow David to implement his dream and work in medical research.
After graduating from university in Seville 14 years ago, Miguel funded his architectural studio there. But the outbreak of the financial crisis made him and his wife look for opportunities to gain international experience.