Think management is boring? How this business school is proving you wrong

Think management is boring? How this business school is proving you wrong

We don't all want to be rocket scientists or vaccine researchers but that doesn't mean you can't help build a better future. From learning to code to opening up global opportunities, here are the reasons why studying management today is much more exciting than you might think!

International careers: why a ‘growth mindset’ is your key to success

International careers: why a ‘growth mindset’ is your key to success

EXPLAINED: How dental care works in Germany

EXPLAINED: How dental care works in Germany

Surviving the autumn grind: how to eat well in Germany and Austria

Surviving the autumn grind: how to eat well in Germany and Austria

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OPINION: Germany is showing the world it can do grown-up politics

OPINION: Germany is showing the world it can do grown-up politics

Germany's coalition talks may not be a picture-perfect love story, but the younger key players have a grown-up approach to politics, especially compared to countries like the UK or US, writes Brian Melican.

Germany should make cannabis available at pharmacies not ‘coffee shops’, says FDP boss

Germany should make cannabis available at pharmacies not ‘coffee shops’, says FDP boss

Living in Germany: The new app helping you live like a local

Living in Germany: The new app helping you live like a local

If the last 18 months has taught us anything in Germany, it's that we've often overlooked what's right in front of us. From coffee roasteries to microbreweries and much more besides, Germans are embracing the 'hyperlocal' to live more sustainably and support their communities. Find out how you can join in.

Why this little-known university is Sweden’s secret weapon against climate change

Why this little-known university is Sweden’s secret weapon against climate change

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Australia could open to German tourists ‘by Christmas’, says minister

Australia could open to German tourists ‘by Christmas’, says minister

Australia could open its international borders and welcome German holidaymakers by the end of the year, according to Trade and Tourism Minister Dan Tehan.

What you need to know about travelling between Germany and the US
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What you need to know about travelling between Germany and the US

UPDATE: US to lift travel ban for vaccinated Europeans on November 8th

UPDATE: US to lift travel ban for vaccinated Europeans on November 8th

How powerful is the German passport?
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How powerful is the German passport?

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Germany sees steep rise in Covid cases

Germany sees steep rise in Covid cases

The number of reported Covid cases in Germany shot up to more than 17,000 in 24 hours, while the 7-day incidence went up by five percentage points.

Germany’s emergency pandemic powers could end in November

Germany’s emergency pandemic powers could end in November

OPINION: Germany’s rent crisis is fuelled by fear and foolish solutions

OPINION: Germany’s rent crisis is fuelled by fear and foolish solutions

Germany is in the grip of a housing crisis, but no-one is talking about the real causes of it, writes Hamburg-based Brian Melican.

An era ends: How will Germany and the world remember the Merkel years?

An era ends: How will Germany and the world remember the Merkel years?

From Moin to Tach: How to say ‘hello’ around Germany
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From Moin to Tach: How to say ‘hello’ around Germany

There are many regional differences for the humble Hallo. Whether it's Juten Tach or Gruß Gott, here's how you can greet Germans all over the country.

Nine fun Swiss German words without an English translation
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Nine fun Swiss German words without an English translation

How to send Christmas gifts between Germany and the UK after Brexit
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How to send Christmas gifts between Germany and the UK after Brexit

Christmas may seem like a long way off, but if you're planning to send parcels between the UK and Germany, it's a good idea to plan ahead. Here's how to navigate the rules of international post in the first Christmas after Brexit.

EXPLAINED: Why people in Germany are being charged to receive small parcels from outside the EU
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EXPLAINED: Why people in Germany are being charged to receive small parcels from outside the EU

Editor of Germany’s Bild sacked over affair at work

Editor of Germany’s Bild sacked over affair at work

German press group Axel Springer said it had removed the chief editor at tabloid-style daily Bild, Julian Reichelt, over a relationship with a colleague at the country's top-selling newspaper.

German online bank N26 to create 1,000 new jobs

German online bank N26 to create 1,000 new jobs

Jobs news in Germany: Mini-jobbers lose out in Covid closures and VW layoffs
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Jobs news in Germany: Mini-jobbers lose out in Covid closures and VW layoffs

Why millions more German workers have to do a tax return this year
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Why millions more German workers have to do a tax return this year

10 apps to download if you’re moving to Germany
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10 apps to download if you’re moving to Germany

These apps will give you the perfect head-start when you arrive in Germany, helping you to make friends, use your language skills, connect with neighbours and keep up with what's going on.

Munich and Berlin among the ‘most popular university cities in the world’

Munich and Berlin among the ‘most popular university cities in the world’

Austrian opposition calls for free all-day childcare

Austrian opposition calls for free all-day childcare

Austria's centre-left opposition has renewed calls for free all-day childcare, arguing that documents from the corruption probe into ex-chancellor Sebastian Kurz show he sabotaged a previous effort to introduce this.

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How and where to get the cheapest fuel in Denmark
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How and where to get the cheapest fuel in Denmark

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Ten things Zurich residents take for granted

Ten things Zurich residents take for granted

How Paris will spend €250 million on making city ‘100 % bike friendly’

How Paris will spend €250 million on making city ‘100 % bike friendly’

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