Looking to escape the staggering costs of a university education in the United States? You are not alone. And German education officials say a growing number of Americans are heading to the land of beer and bratwurst to get one.
Up to half the secondary school teachers in France were on strike last week to protest curriculum reforms that aim to provide students equal educational opportunities.
Switzerland’s EPFL has been named to a list of the seven “fastest rising young universities in the world” by UK-based Times Higher Education.
Germany made its presence felt in the Times Higher Education (THE) World Reputation Rankings of the world’s best universities released on Wednesday. Austria misses out.
New research published by Spiegel on Friday shows that thousands of university places are unoccupied across the country, while certain hot spots cope with too much demand.
A private Islamic primary school in Vienna’s Brigittenau district has been shut down as the city council believes its students’ welfare was endangered, the Kurier newspaper reports.
Germany will fail to meet several of the goals it set six years ago to improve education levels for children and young adults by the end of 2015, a new study says.
Two Swiss business schools ranked among the top ten in the latest Financial Times rankings of European business schools.
Universities in Germany are becoming increasingly attractive for students from the United States. Also, more and more Germans are doing part of their studies in America, says the German Academic Exchange Service, or DAAD.
Last week, Lower Saxony made itself the final state in Germany to do away with any public university tuition whatsoever. Yes, you read that right: Studying at any of these public institutions costs exactly nichts, Rebecca Schuman says in an article published in the news website Slade.