In Germany, when a foreigner drops out of school without a diploma, they have four times less of a chance to find work as a German would in the same situation. The influx of refugee children has exacerbated the problem.
When students think about studying in a foreign country, their destination of choice tends to be either the United States or the United Kingdom. But a study released on Wednesday by Study.EU argues that Germany is now the best option for international students studying in Europe.
A new study says Germany is an exception with its free higher education. But while free tuition brings lots of foreign students here, it’s also keeping some of them away.
Germany’s private schools are violating the constitution by picking students according to their parents’ wealth, a new study has found. The result is increasing social segregation and elitism, the authors say.
US News & World Report released its 2016/17 edition of the Best Global Universities (BGU) ranking on Tuesday, including a list of the top institutions in Germany.
Studying in Germany is still free – but maybe not for much longer. Foreign students in the state of Baden-Württemberg may soon have to pay, while students in major cities are fast running out of affordable housing.
There is high demand for German courses in countries in the Western Balkans. The Goethe Institute is now even offering children’s courses.
During her sophomore year at Arlington High School, Lexi Vier was told she had to take a foreign language class to fulfill graduation requirements. She made a decision that now could have a significant impact on her higher education once she graduates.
A report presented by the OECD in Berlin gave Germany good marks in comparison with other countries for its educational standards, but there were still some negative headlines.
Saudi Arabia is closing the King Fahd Academy in Bonn by the end of the year, Saudi diplomats say. Many Germans were wary of the school, which has been suspected of attracting Islamists to Germany.