Not everything that goes wrong turns out well in the end. But often it does: a Goethe-Institut portal gives examples of the innovative potential of mistakes.
People from all over the world give their answers – on the Goethe-Institut’s “Day-Afterthoughts” platform.
A career in tourism: these vocational education and degree programmes in Germany will help you get on in the tourism sector.
A digital assistant, Melinda could soon be helping students to organise their studies – and may even reduce their stress.
Hundreds of millions of people around the world have no access to education. German initiatives hope to change this.
Whether you're looking for further education or a bachelor's or master's degree, many universities in Germany offer online courses of study.
Whether it's waitressing, cleaning or babysitting: there is a huge range of student jobs available in Germany. Not even the Corona crisis has changed that.
Sometimes patients are no longer able to make their own decisions. That is why Germany has advance healthcare directives and organ donor cards.
Small classes and a global curriculum: international schools can be found all over Germany. Let us explain their concept.
Corona has given e-learning a boost: many people around the world are now studying digitally. Professor Kalz reveals the opportunities this holds.
These German language tips will boost your German skills during the coronavirus outbreak. Here you can discover words and expressions surrounding study, work and technology.