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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Germany as a science location offers partly excellent research conditions. What are the special features of the German science system and what opportunities are there for international scientists? The guide "Higher education in Germany" provides answers.
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