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Why Is STEM Education So Important for Europe?

Why Is STEM Education So Important for Europe?   Over the past 20 years, there has been growing interest in science education in most European countries, as well as around the world. Such policies usually have a dual purpose: to promote…

Latest best practice: ProKaTim - Signal Processing Karlsruhe - Timisoara

ProKaTim relies on a broad exchange between students, meaning, not a just a specific one, as is the case with Erasmus exchange semesters. At the same time, the practical relevance of the study courses is broadened, as the students carry out…

Bologna in the digital age

Digitalisation should not be viewed as an additional challenge, but as a powerful means to meet existing challenges for higher education. Read the extract of the  Position Paper submitted to the Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG). The Paper…

Young americans think STEM is too hard

The pew research centre published a study about the reasons why young americans did not pursue a STEM degree. When Americans are asked why more students don’t pursue a degree in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM), they are…

Is the era of internationalisation at risk – or not?

universityworldnews.com published an interesting comment to the question about the challenges confronting higher education internationalisation. Is the era of internationalisation of the past 25 years coming to an end or at least is on life…

Welcome Center Germany

Welcome Centers became in the last 10 years vital institutions at German universities. Most German University have one. They support international researchers to relocate to Germany and assist them in all non-academic concerns during their stay.…