These websites show how exciting, many-facetted and well-organized research is in Germany. Explore institutions, locations and focuses.
These links can be used to research historical developments and documents on the history of Germany from its beginnings up until the present day.
At the beginning of 2020 Professor Joybrato Mukherjee, President of Giessen’s Justus Liebig University, will move to head the world’s largest organisation for academic exchanges.
Mixed groups, topical issues, plenty of new ideas: Exchange programme has young Israelis and Germans jointly solve real digitisation challenges.
This German-Israeli school exchange tackles controversial topics such as migration and homosexuality – but is primarily about new encounters.
The new German-Israeli HI-SCORE research school is building on the enormous potential of solar energy.
Teachers will find new teaching material and interesting ideas to liven up their lessons.
Where is the nearest daycare center located? What kind of support does the government offer? This is a collection of useful links that focus on family policy, good parenting and child rearing.
From Harvard to the villages of Rwanda: Young German Magdalena Gründl is active in improving healthcare worldwide.
Studying abroad isn’t just for college students. For those between 15 and 18, a high school exchange program could be an open door into Germany.
Astronaut Alexander Gerst is the first German commander of the International Space Station ISS. Five things you need to know about Astro Alex.
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.