What made Cologne’s Prof. Hans Leisen into a “temple doctor” in Asia.
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.
The 2016 Convention of German Historians is focusing on the main theme “Questions of Faith”.