Some 30,000 scientists and scholars from countries all over the world are currently supported by German funding organizations. How can you find a research position? What funding is available? "Research In Germany" has the answers. read more: Research in Germany - Land of Ideas
A globalized worlds means an increasing demand for workers with foreign language skills, intercultural competence, and knowledge of other economic regions. The BMBF supports exchange programmes for vocational trainees with many partner countries. read more: Bilateral Exchange Programmes in Vocational Training
The United Nations have declared the years 2005 to 2014 the world decade on "Education for Sustainable Development." The aim of the decade is to anchor the ideal of sustainable development in all areas of education. read more: UN Decade "Education for Sustainable Development"
The BMBF supports marketing for "Training - Made in Germany" with the iMOVE initiative. It offers German education providers a variety of services and advertizes German expertise in initial and continuing vocational training abroad. read more: iMOVE - Training - Made in Germany
Germany needs skilled workers - which is why there's a law for the recognition of foreign qualifications. Michelle Ange Monteu is one example: the medical doctor from Cameroon has received her German license and now works in a hospital. read more: Recognition of Foreign Professional Qualifications