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A European Election is planned to take place in June. The European Parliament is one of the EU’s most important institutions. Read on to discover the election’s significance and how it operates.

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  • Football on grass in the stadium
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    Germany is looking forward to a summer of footballing fairy tales

    The 2024 UEFA Championship in Germany: a festival for fans and businesses with a focus on sustainability and cohesion.

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  • Genderqueer and non-binary friends making a heart shape against a rainbow flag celebrating love during a Pride Parade.
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    How do German universities promote diversity?

    Dr Rebecca Hahn wants to make her university more inclusive. She relates how she's organising Pride Month at the University of Tübingen and the impact it’s making on the entire city.

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  • Row of blue flags of the European Union in Brussels
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    European Election: everything you need to know

    A European Election is planned to take place in June. The European Parliament is one of the EU’s most important institutions. Read on to discover the election’s significance and how it operates.

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    Aruna Dhathathreyan, Alumna

    Germans and Indians communicate very differently – which can be funny sometimes.

    After almost 7 years, when I got back to India and started my work at the national laboratory, I had a reverse culture shock. I found that my ‘straightforward’ style of speaking learnt over 7 years in Germany was considered abrupt and even rude in Chennai.
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  • A smiling young man with his colleagues at work
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    Further training for international skilled workers

    International further training, language courses, mentoring and intercultural competence: Further training helps international skilled workers gain a foothold in Germany. An overview of free training opportunities.

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    The inspiring story of Tanka Nath Dhamala

    Tanka Nath Dhamala from Nepal relates how study and research stays furthered his career. Although it wasn’t obvious, especially in his childhood and youth, that Dhamala would one day accomplish so much.

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  • Woman and AI robot working together in the office, automation and technology concept
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    How artificial intelligence is changing our workplace

    How is AI changing our jobs and the ways in which we’ll collaborate in the future? What the use of AI means for our workplace and which ethical issues remain unresolved.

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  • Fact snack

    International students at German universities account for 11% of all students in Germany. Asia and Pacific represents the key region of origin for international students with a share of 31%, followed by students from North Africa and Middle East (20%) and Western Europe (17%).

    Source: Wissenschaft weltoffen 2022

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    The European Green Deal: sustainability as an export commodity

    EU Green Deal: experts attending the Alumniportal panel discussion examine the challenges and potential outcomes for global trade in agricultural products.

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