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Study shows Germany's need for immigrants

A study has found that migrant labor from within the European Union will fall short of the economy's needs. To plug the gap, Germany will need 146,000 workers per year from non-EU countries. Germany needs at least 260,000 new migrant workers per…

Webinar: STEM Careers and Skills of the Future - Careers in Computer Engineering

The STEM Alliance is offering a very interesting webinar to guide teachers, career counsellors, educational authorities and researchers in better understanding their possibilities within the STEM field. Speaker Gonçalo Abreu, Managing Partner…

Call for Applications! PhD Position in Computer Science and more

At TU Dresden, Faculty of Computer Science, Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Chair of Computational Logic offers a position as Research Associate / PhD Student within the Collaborative Research Center CRC/TR 248 „Foundations of…

Preparing for Tomorrow's Student: The 2019 Internationalization Collaborative

The diversity of student identities and life stages—students of color, adult learners, single parents, veterans, first-generation students, immigrants, and international students—is reflected on college and university campuses more now than…

The Phillip Schwartz Initiative: Providing Universities with the Means to Host Threatened Researchers

The Phillip Schwartz Initiative focuses on providing universitites and research institutions in Germany with the ability to support international researchers who are threatened in their immediate residency situation by external circumstances.…

Rights of Residence for Researchers from Non-EU States in Germany

International researchers from non-EU countries, who wish to live and conduct their research in Germany for a limited time, for example to work on their PhD Project, are always looking for Information which describes which case specifically…