German and Israeli doctors are helping set up a cardiology clinic in Tanzania. And they don’t only treat children with heart problems; there is another task that is almost even more important.
Two schools in Essen and Tel Aviv want to learn from each other: What must teaching be like in order for integration to be successful?
Populations are growing, sea levels are rising – are floating houses the solution? Exciting ideas for the near future.
From student exchange through to business issues: three young views on transatlantic relations.
Germany is presenting itself as a cultural nation and an energy visionary at Expo 2017 in Astana. Dietmar Schmitz, Commissioner of the German Pavilion, explains the concept.
Their working day consists in computer games: three young people give insights into their training at the Games Academy in Berlin.
It is a highly successful European project: for 30 years now, the EU Erasmus Programme has been enabling EU students, apprentices, interns and academics to spend periods abroad.
For many years Germany has been a strong supporter of education projects in East Africa. University partnerships play a special role here. A selection
The EXIST Start-Up Germany project is also funding foreign start-ups for the first time: Ran Oren from Israel is one of the pioneers with his Pin2Pin platform.
Experts from Germany are helping to contain a yellow fever epidemic in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is the first mission of the European Medical Corps.