Education is one of the most important pillars of society, and the most important factor in its renaissance. It is the element of life in society.
All sectors of the society and its job titles are the cornerstone of teaching,
whose basic pillars are teachers and the target group. With him, and will not succeed a society, no nation made education, the assessment of the status of students.
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Best Countries for study abroad
Universities, access to culture, atmosphere, cost of living, everything counts in choosing the country where to go to study. From Montreal to Seoul via Boston, here is our selection of the best cities to study abroad. Below are the best countries to study abroad
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Nowadays, studying and living in rooms is not always possible without a side-job next to it. Studying is becoming more expensive and students – including their parents – feel this. Instead of giving up the fun things in student life – such as drinks and parties – having a part-time job is essential. So for maintain and balance your life style while study you have Job With Study. Do you have little inspiration? We have put the 16 best jobs for you in a row!
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Student difficulties in Germany
What difficulties do foreign students face in Germany?
The vast majority of foreign students in Germany choose this country because of the quality of the academic offer. A DAAD survey reveals what its biggest obstacles are and what plans it has for the future.
Even after graduating, one out of every two graduates decides to stay in Germany. This is something very positive, because the excellent international workforce enriches our society. Only with it, Germany will remain competitive worldwide, “said Margret Wintermantel, president of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD, for its acronym in German) in the presentation of a survey on the integration of foreign students in Germany.
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Revealing the meaning that a study abroad has for the personal and academic development of students is the main theme of this article. A brief reflection about the stereotypes that are found in an encounter with the stranger, introduces us to the fragments of the interviews made to four students at the end or after their experiences abroad.
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