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Uni in Germany

Uni in Germany

Germany’s educational reputation is perhaps the best in the world after the US and UK. The snag is that all international students must past stringent German language tests to study at most good universities in Germany. This has lead to the bizarre contradiction that the country is among the most popular more..


European College of Liberal Arts

European College of Liberal Arts

If you’re looking for something new and off the beaten track, or even if you aren’t, you should take a look at the European College of Liberal Arts (abbreviated ECLA, pronounced Eck-Lah), a relatively new (and tiny) but extraordinary institution in the suburbs of Berlin that recently became a part... more..

Humboldt University of Berlin

Humboldt University of Berlin

You don’t count Albert Einstein and Karl Marx among your alumni if you don’t pull your weight in the smarty-pants department. There are a wide variety of academic experiences to be had at Humboldt, as each department seems to do things its own way more..

The University of Heidelberg

The University of Heidelberg

Heidelberg (not to be confused with the town/university of the same name in Ohio) is considered by some to be the best university in Germany. Set in one of the country’s most enchanting medieval towns, Heidelberg is the oldest university in Germany, and is almost as attractive to tourists as it... more..

 

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