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Many German university cities can look back on a long tradition. Is that really all that important? Here are some criteria for selecting a place to study that truly matter.
Just in time for Oktoberfest, we would like to introduce you to Germany’s most popular funfairs, and to explain their appeal to people from around the world.
In our five-part series, we tell how the German language is changing. We explain the influence of globalisation, digitalisation and immigration on our language use and what developments await us.
- Aruna Dhathathreyan, AlumnaAfter 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.To the community
Tiktok, Twitch and ChatGPT: we explain how digitisation is influencing and expanding the German language.
AI can be an aid when translating languages. But it does not replace multilingualism. Because languages foster intercultural understanding.
Through the Europanetzwerk Deutsch, the Federal Foreign Office and the Goethe-Insitut are promoting German as one of the languages in which the EU works and conducts its proceedings. The programme has led to the development of a lively German-speaking network in Europe.
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
Climate change is becoming a reality in our daily lives. It is threatening the health of people all over the world. It is thus important to explore what we can do to reverse the trend.