45 Most Asked Questions About Studying in Germany

45 Most Asked Questions About Studying in Germany
1. Why choose Germany to study in as a foreign student? Well, for starters, you’ll get first-class education (German universities are among the highest ranking in the world – right below a few of the American Ivy League and prestigious British universities) and a formal degree to show for it, that is recognized all over the world. On top of that, the guiding principle of the German higher education being ‘The Unity of Teaching and Research’ (also the cornerstone of what is referred to as ...

Working as a Freelancer in Germany from A to Z

Working as a Freelancer in Germany from A to Z
[toc]Have you ever enjoyed the idea of getting your work done NOT worrying about hours you have to devote inside the workplace, or other procedures and conditions that the company wants you to be familiar with? Have you ever wondered how working independently functions? Well, if so, we think that freelance could be a good alternative for your future career.   Globally, serving for proficient individuals as the way to generate higher incomes compared to a classic contractual job there ...

Mawista Scholarship 2016/17: Announcement of the winner

Mawista Scholarship 2016/17: Announcement of the winner
The glorious winner has been chosen! Numerous people have been voting for our this year’s scholarship „Studying abroad with a child“. Using a public vote, the winner has now been determined. In advance, we would like to thank everyone who participated in the vote. Without you, who have pursued our awarding of the scholarship so extensively, this competition would not have been possible. The applicants have not proven themselves with flawless grades or a demanding course.  In fact it was ...

Mawista Scholarship for Students Studying Abroad with a Child: Vote for a Winner, up to 15.02.2017!

Mawista Scholarship for Students Studying Abroad with a Child: Vote for a Winner, up to 15.02.2017!
The voting is open: In the last few days we received numerous applications for this year’s scholarship program “Study Abroad with a child” and now the jury has made a decision: Young people from all over the world have proved themselves as organizational talents as they have decided to study abroad despite having a child. Along the lines of “diversity enriches the education infrastructure” it’s not about the best grades or the most demanding course – it’s about the desire to further your ...

Studying abroad with a child

Studying abroad with a child
You don’t give up on your carrier just because you are a mum/dad now. Students nowadays prefer to continue their studies abroad for the benefit of emancipation and the cultural diversity experiences. Also, since some countries educational systems allow you to obtain an equivalent degree for quite less of tuition expenses making it possible to advance in your career, the students are now free to choose and really taking advantage if such an opportunity. Having a child shall never impede such ...

Mawista Scholarship 2015/16: Announcement of the winner

Mawista Scholarship 2015/16: Announcement of the winner
The glorious winner has been chosen! Numerous people have been voting for our this year’s scholarship „Studying abroad with a child“. Using a public vote, the winner has now been determined. In advance, we would like to thank everyone who participated in the vote. Without you, who have pursued our awarding of the scholarship so extensively, this competition would not have been possible. The applicants have not proven themselves with flawless grades or a demanding course.  In fact it was ...

The 5 most important facts about Germany’s refugees

The 5 most important facts about Germany’s refugees
Ever since the summer 2015, the media coverage barely recognizes any other topic than that as regards the flood of the refugees arrived in Germany – and even in 2016, this remains an ongoing debate. Terrorism, war, violence and poverty in their home countries are the motives why Syrians, Albanians, Somalis and Afghans moved out of their countries, at times, even leaving their families behind and expecting a peaceful life in a foreign country. Until 2015, there were never recorded such a ...