Germany will reopen its borders later this month to non-EU nationals who have been vaccinated against Covid-19, the government announced Thursday.
Applying to universities can be a nerve-wracking experience. In competitive field, what’s the best way to stand out? The Local looks at how making an unconventional application – and using digital media to present your authentic self – could secure your place at a top university or business school.
One in two Germans have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, health authorities said Friday, before warning against complacency as the Delta variant is expected to become the dominant strain.
Germany has strict testing measures in place for people planning on entering the country. As many people are considering travel, here's a look at the current rules.
Whether they relate to a love of beer or bureaucracy, these uniquely German words give an insight into the idiosyncrasies of life in Germany. Here are a few of our favourites.
Angela Merkel's conservatives were heaving a sigh of relief on Monday after a convincing win in the last regional vote before a general election that also exposed the weaknesses of the Green party, their main rival at the national level.
Britons who were legally living in Germany before the end of the transition period are being urged to apply for a residence document before June 30th. We look at what happens if people miss the deadline.
German career advisor Chris Pyak uses a personal anecdote to explain how to make the right "sales pitch" to German employers, and built trust by doing so.
We break down the words you need to know when starting your studies in Germany, whether it's your first day or you're well into the semester.
Many parts of Germany have been blessed with seemingly unending clear skies over the last few weeks. This useful German phrase wards you off getting too comfortable with this kind of weather.
Thinking of making the big move across the pond to Deutschland? From getting a work visa to the differences in work culture, here’s our comprehensive guide to the basics you’ll need to know.
Anyone familiar with Austria will tell you that the only German word you need to know between 11am and 1pm is “Mahlzeit” – especially in the workplace.