Education

Education is an investment in knowledge pays the best interest. Use the links in this category to find information on schools, job training and continuing education.

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Bildung.de

How long does it take to study architecture in Siegen? Where’s the best place for me to learn Spanish? And to which primary school can I send my daughter? With more than 750,000 visitors each month, www.bildung.de is one of the major Internet sites for education opportunities in Germany. The umbrella portal unites some 50 portals with information and comparative details in the areas of early education, schools, vocational training, studying, further education and languages.

www.bildung.de

Federal Ministry of Education and Research

Knowledge and the willingness to experiment form the foundations of the future. The German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) works to promote the talent of tomorrow. Regardless of whether it’s initial job training or continuing education, lifelong learning or new technologies – the BMBF website provides information on educational policies and research facilities in Germany.

www.bmbf.de/en/

German Education Server

Are you looking for Internet resources on education and continuing education? The German Education Server, an information portal sponsored by the federal and state governments, is an excellent guide to the education system.

www.bildungsserver.de

The Conference of the German Cultural Ministers

According the the Basic Law, education and culture are the responsibility of the Federal States. The Standing Conference of the Cultural Ministers of the Länder of Germany (KMK) ensures that everyone is pulling in the same direction with respect to topics involving more than one state. In the Conference, the ministers coordinate their policies and formulate quality standards for school, vocational training and university. The KMK represents the interests of the Ländern before the Federal Government and the European Union.

www.kmk.org