The Alumniportal’s new focus topic is called Setting out – People on the move. The focus of our attention will be Germany-Alumni who set out, who are on the move. But you also set out when you go on holidays or emigrate – or even if you are forced to flee from your home.
Germany alumni are living all over the world. What are people in Germany talking about, what is typical for German culture and society? In our Germany section you can find everything you need to know about its culture, traditions and people.
Do you still remember some German or would you like to refresh your vocabulary? Visit our German language section to find useful expressions, a placement test and various opportunities to learn German online.
Which options are there for Germany alumni to further develop their capacities or to acquire new ones? You can find new programmes and courses as well as information about scholarships and training opportunities in our Study & Continuing education section.
Who is doing what in science and research? You can find interesting trends, portraits and recent programmes and announcements from these fields as well as information on research in Germany in our Science & Research section.
If we want today’s and tomorrow’s generations to have the same chances for a fulfilled life, we have to act sustainably on all levels. And this doesn’t only apply to governments or companies – Sustainabilityaffects all areas of our everyday lives!
Our News section infoms you about interesting news from various topics and recent announcements for Germany-Alumni. You can discover calls for applications for scholarships, training programmes, research projects or competitions!
The inflow of refugees to Germany has slowed. But that doesn’t mean that there are no refugees anymore. Some of those who are committed to looking after refugees have taken part in the CrossCulture Programme “Refugees and Migration”.
At the German Emigration Centre visitors get an idea of what flight and emigration mean for the individual. Furthermore, the museum in Bremerhaven makes emphatically clear that many Germans were forced to leave their homes.