42 Vienna revolutionizes IT training and provides opportunities for all – high school graduates and non-secondary school graduates – at university level

As of September 2022, the location of the École 42 School of Programming in Vienna will provide students with a unique, free and individualized educational offer. Vienna (OTS/LCG) – About 46,000 students attended Matura Middle School this year. While more than 99 percent of German and English language students in both public and vocational schools … Read more

Are poorly trained doctors approaching us?

College of Medicine in 2019 Consensus theory and patient learning were common before the pandemic. But in the past two years, this has been substandard. (Photo: dpa) The excellent training of doctors at German universities, often with affiliated clinics, is the cornerstone of the good reputation of this country’s healthcare system. Doctors trained in Germany … Read more

Accredited and Famous: Pforzheim Engineers Earned International Degrees, University of Pforzheim, Press Release

The speed of international exchange accelerated again at Pforzheim University after most of the epidemic measures expired. This is particularly evident in the field of Industrial Engineering (WI). 28 WI students have registered for a semester abroad at one of over 100 partner universities worldwide for the upcoming winter semester. Fortunately, the number of so-called … Read more

Mainframe education: bright job prospects, but often missing from the course

There is no place for a central computer in many universities and in most IT courses. The need is great – and the interest on the part of the students is certainly there, as is Professor Dr. Philip Brun of the University of Neu-Ulm explains in an interview. But his commitment is paying off, even … Read more

Highest Score at Graduation: Is there a definitive formula for 1.0 students?

across the board Can anyone get the highest score? 04/19/2022, 08:59 (Updated) School leaving certificate with the highest score: Many counselors suggest that everyone can do this with a few tricks. But is this really the case and above all: should it be so at all? The pressure to perform often begins at school: a … Read more

Girls’ Day and Boys’ Day: Career choices without cliches

Apr 14, 2022 at 12:47 PM Education and study : Girls’ Day and Boys’ Day aim to promote career choices without clichés On Girls’ Day and Boys’ Day campaign days, young people can learn about jobs, deliberately staying away from common clichés. Photo: Mark Beckman Terrier Role models still make up career choices. National Action … Read more

A new study shows: Every third person during their studies or training is not…

04/12/2022 – 08:55 Clark Frankfurt am Main (OTS) Almost a third of people in Germany (29 per cent) did not know at the time of their studies or training what insurance would be important to them – and only took on it after they graduated [1]. This is evidenced by a representative population study conducted … Read more

As a partner in the joint venture Impact for the Future, Munich Business School provides impetus for responsible entrepreneurship training, Munich Business School GmbH, press release

The Munich Business School is part of the newly funded Impact for the Future initiative, which aims to cement themes of impact and social responsibility into the university landscape over the next four years. In the words of Bavarian Minister of Science Bernd Siebler, “to qualify students and scientists to become problem solvers, think and … Read more

As a partner in the joint venture Impact for the Future, Munich Business School provides impetus for responsible entrepreneurship training, Munich Business School GmbH, press release

The Munich Business School is part of the newly funded Impact for the Future initiative, which aims to cement themes of impact and social responsibility into the university landscape over the next four years. In the words of Bavarian Minister of Science Bernd Siebler, “to qualify students and scientists to become problem solvers, think and … Read more

More and more new students without a high school diploma

Lecture hall at the University of Cologne 43 percent of students with a high school diploma have not only completed an apprenticeship, but a business, craft, or technical degree as well. (Photo: dpa) Berlin The number of students without a matriculation certificate has quadrupled in 20 years: today there are already 66,000 who have been … Read more