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Hamburg: Free Hanseatic City of North Germany

Hamburg known as the “Free Hanseatic City” is Germany’s second largest city after Berlin, it has been in a significant position for centuries. In 1189 the city was declared as an Imperial Free City, and over time became an important trading hub in Europe due to it’s port & harbour which is the busiest in Europe and gateway to North Sea. During the 18th century, more than 6 million Germans emigrated to USA from Hamburg port, that is the reason why many US citizens have a common German surnames.

Today Hamburg is a hub for Germany’s strongest assets like Media, Logistics, Engineering, Aviation, and Banking. Hamburg has been an important financial centre for centuries, and it is the home town of the world’s second oldest bank “Berenberg Bank”.

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- posted on 9 Nov

TU9: Nine German Institutes of Technology

The main objective of the German Institutes is to promote Science and Research in the areas of Engineering & Natural Science. All of the TU9 universities have a long tradition to look back on and enjoy an excellent reputation among universities at home and abroad. Founded in the age of industrialization, they have played a significant part in the development of engineering science ever since. Their scientific potential, range of courses and student numbers have grown continuously over a period of almost 200 years. This common ground forms the basis of their cooperation in the association.

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- posted on 1 Nov

German Engineering: always stands at TOP

Everybody knows what the label 'Made in Germany' means. Germany has often been dubbed a land of thinkers. This is true within the German engineering field too. Many accomplishments can be traced to individuals who originated from here. And the intellectual accomplishments of Germans have actually helped to shape the world.

For most of the 20th century, Germany had more Nobel Prizes in the sciences than any other nation, and today the raw output of German engineering consistently ranks among the world's best.

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- posted on 27 Oct

What makes ‘Berlin’ a dream city to live

Berlin is called by different names: City of Fun / City of Style / Cool City / Party City and Etc.

Berlin is the capital of Germany and one of Europe's largest cities. With a population of more than 3 million, includes people from 200+ different countries, in short you are never an outsider in Berlin. It is arguably the hippest city in the world. Berlin is the city of culture & centre of European history; one will get to see diverse European cultural flavors in Berlin. If you want to experience history the straight forward way, Berlin has enormous number of monuments and museums (over 180) to offer for history lovers.

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- posted on 17 Oct

Oldest University of Germany "Heidelberg University"

The Heidelberg University is the oldest university of Germany founded in the year 1386 by Prince Elector Ruprecht I. It is also one of the strongest research universities in all of Europe. In 1386, Prince Elector received the Pope’s permission to establish the university in his residential city of Heidelberg.

Today the university consists of twelve faculties and offers degree programs at undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral levels in some 100 disciplines. The university has an emphasis on research and has been associated with 56 Nobel prize laureates.

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- posted on 12 Oct

“Weekend”; how it is in Germany

In general, Germans work really hard on any given working day. It’s not only the working class but also the people from other sections of society; you always get to see them busy either with working, or studying, or playing sports, or gardening, or strangely even busy with grooming their dogs. They just don’t like to be idle and waste the day.

From Monday to Thursday you’ll find them in a “serious & focused” attitude, be it subway stations, buses, trams, and grocery stores, you’ll only see them with this attitude.

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- posted on 4 Oct

Education is free in Germany; how much does it matter to Indians?

Free education in Germany is not a new thing, right from the time east Berlin wall broke Germany is continously offering free education. Infact the first Indian who travelled to Germany for higher education was in the year 1951. There were many Indian prominent personalities who got educated in Germany.

But compare to UK, USA, Canada & Australia, Germany was never popular in India for higher education, mostly because of the language barrier and a strong impression that Germans are too reserved with foreigners.

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- posted on 28 Sept

Reasons why USA & UK nationals preferring Germany for education over their home universities?

Presently Germany is at third position in terms of popularity among international students for education, just behind the USA & UK. But surprisingly out of the total number of international students presently studying in Germany comprise a relatively good number of nationals both from the USA & UK that too with a terrific increase rate of 15% a year. Inspite of having very high ranking universities in their own countries, their preference to still study in Germany is definitely making everyone curious to know the factors motivating them to move to Germany.

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- posted on 28 Sept