What opportunities are there for foreign students in Germany? And what has to be considered with regard to earning opportunities, thesis and health insurance? You will find the answers in the guide 'Study in Germany' on academics.com.
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There are so many possibilities for dual career couples in academia in Germany and academics will be one of the first to provide an overview of the possibilites for dual career couples.
Doctorates following the traditional model still make up the majority of PhDs in Germany compared to structured programmes. For doctoral candidates from abroad, a traditional PhD requires a great deal of initiative, autonomy and tenacity.
Husbands or wives of research fellows are allowed to work when the research fellow is entitled to take up gainful employment or when they have been living together as a married couple in Germany for at least two years.
Berlin is known worldwide as one of the most prestigious locations for applied mathematics. MATH+ is an interdisciplinary and cross-institutional research cluster in which the entire Berlin mathematics community is involved.
Welcome to DESY! DESY is one of the world’s leading accelerator centres. Researchers use the large-scale facilities at DESY to explore the microcosm in all its variety.
27,962 people work at the Helmholtz Centres, 8,763 of which in science and research and 4.124 as Ph.D. students.
Employers introduce themselves: research priorities, doctoral programs, application guidelines and deadlines as well as suitable job offers in science and research.