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Study Tourism in Germany

Posted by on November 22, 2021 – 10:52 am

Study Tourism in Germany

Go to: germany-tourism.de/cycling (exclude quotations) for extensive info and maps of bicycle routes in Germany. You can do long and shot distance routes. Routes which are along rivers are most scenic. Are you going with the Study Abroad program? I am, and I m bringing my bike to do extensive long distance biking. Here s a link: germany-tourism.de/pdf/adfc/eng/route_baden_wuerttemberg.pdf (exclude quotations) to a brochure specifically on Baden-Wuerttemberg. If your destination is elsewhere then you can simply click Order Brochure on the first…

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Study in Hessen Germany

Posted by on November 22, 2021 – 07:46 am

Study in Hessen Germany

The Hessen International Summer University (ISU) at the Philipps-Universitt Marburg is a four-week summer study program offering specialized seminars in English, credits (up to 9 ECTS), weekend field trips to various destinations in Germany and France and more! This year the summer university will be dedicated to a tantalizing topic:19. July – 16. Aug. 2014 Target Group The Summer University is especially intended for undergraduate students. Also cordially invited to participate are all others who would like to learn more about the topic and who…

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Study Physics in Germany

Posted by on November 22, 2021 – 12:51 am

Study Physics in Germany

Mainly not here but out in new age medical land. This fascinating research comes out, that physicists have been working on for years about nerve impulses rooted in sound, and not electricity..then BOOM All these wackos about sound therapy etc claim victory Like they somehow know what the fuck they are doingall based on a simple news release like this. Does anyone think anymore Most people who read this don t even know what these scientists are talking about. Danish scientists challenge the accepted scientific views of how nerves function and…

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Study Abroad gap year Germany

Posted by on November 21, 2021 – 08:28 pm

Study Abroad gap year Germany

Chomsky In First Person In this exclusive interview, Noam Chomsky speaks to V.K. Ramachandran about the new war against terrorism , imperialism, the media and the role of intellectuals. November 15, 2001: there is a break in the North East monsoon, and it is a clear, cool day in Thekkady. Noam Chomsky is on the second day of his first holiday in many years, a five-day break from public appearances that takes Carol Chomsky and himself to the coast, the hills and the coastal backwaters of Kerala. Both of them have spent much of the morning reading…

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Study in Germany Engineering

Posted by on May 18, 2014 – 01:22 pm

Study in Germany Engineering

Terrorist organizations is ENGINEER - Not just Islamic but right-wing US terrorism - Dan? For their recent study, the two men collected records on 404 men who belonged to violent Islamist groups active over the past few decades (some in jail, some not). Nearly 20 percent of the militants had engineering degrees. When Gambetta and Hertog looked at only the militants whose education was known for certain to have gone beyond high school, close to half (44 percent) had trained in engineering. The two authors found the same high ratio of engineers…

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Study in Germany LearnHub

Posted by on February 23, 2014 – 07:17 am

Study in Germany LearnHub

Authors in India A renowned name in the field of Counselling, Dipika Jain believes in the power of self belief and positive thinking. A proud winner of Best Counselor Award, Dipika has a successful record in helping and counselling students to achieve their dreams. Her other interests include music, food and making friends. Authors in Canada Alex works with LearnHub as a Business Development Manager and has been active in answering queries from Students about MBA opportunities abroad. If you are looking for studying abroad, then sooner or later…

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Study in Germany Bachelor

Posted by on March 16, 2014 – 06:17 am

Study in Germany Bachelor

Your options with a bachelor’s degree You are the proud holder of a bachelor’s degree. Now you face a very important decision – either you can apply for a job or continue studying to get your master’s degree. We asked three foreign students how they made their decisions. by Sandra Friedrichs Bachelor s certificate, Foto: Friedrichs/DAAD Both decisions have their advantages and disadvantages. Getting a job allows you to earn money and gain practical experience while a master’s degree programme will increase your theoretical knowledge of your subject…

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Study German language in Germany

Posted by on April 3, 2014 – 02:14 pm

Study German language in Germany

From financial reward point of view, which foreign language is the best tool to locate a high pay good job? Is it spanish? since it s the second most popular language in U.S.,but the GDP of spanish speaking population is very low(mostly poor south American countries.Is it japanese? Japan is the second largest economy is the world,japanese is a good choice. Because I am a native Mandarin speaker, I don t need to study chinese. How about German? Germany is the third largest economy in the world. I would not consider French and Italian, because these…

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