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Learn German: The Complete Beginner's Guide to Learning German FAST

5th, Nov 2018

    This is a step-by-step guide that was created with one goal in mind: To help complete beginners learn how to speak German fast   Jump To a Specific Guide Section Reasons Why You Should Learn German Language How Long Does It Take To Learn German German Language Grammar German Phrases and Daily Expressions Funny German Words German Idioms German S...

Bill proposes 20 years residency to get NZ Super

28th, Oct 2018

New Zealand could be a step closer to increasing the minimum residency required to get New Zealand Superannuation after a bill proposing an increase from 10 to 20 years was drawn from the parliamentary ballot. New Zealand and Australia currently have the lowest residency requirements in the OECD at 10 years for eligibility to the state pension while the average across the OECD is 26 years. B...

Germany remains ‘best country for international students,’ above UK and France

23rd, Oct 2018

A ranking of countries in Europe based on their attractiveness for foreign students released on Friday showed that just like last year, Germany leads the way. While many prospective students tend to think of the United Kingdom and the United States first when considering where in the world they want to study - as these countries have the best institutions, according to most rankings - a new stu...

Search for: 10 Tips for a Great Student Visa Application

19th, Oct 2018

You’ve found your dream course, decided which Australian city you’ll settle in, and now you’re already starting to think about the application process. There are a few important factors to consider when putting together your student visa application, from choosing the right institution, to health and character requirements, and proof of finances. While it may seem a little daunti...

Top 5 Reasons to Study with New Zealand Teachers

19th, Oct 2018

      Let me start with a confession: When I arrived in Wellington back in February to start my studies I was a little nervous. It had been a while since I last attended any sort of class, and I didn’t really know what to expect.  Don’t get me wrong, I knew what I was getting into. Going back to study a master's was a big decision for me, and I c...

13 things everyone from Poland has to explain to foreigners

17th, Oct 2018

1. Poland is not located in the polar circle.  There are no polar bears roaming free through snow-covered plains. It’s not freezing cold all year long. And no, we don’t all wear those ridiculous fur hats with earflaps. (Well, we didn’t before they became trendy.) Poland has a moderate climate with four properly marked seasons and summer here actually gets hot. 2. We&rs...

Study in New Zealand: Know top universities, courses and admission cycle

16th, Oct 2018

Study in New Zealand- Historically, New Zealand was considered one of the last major landmasses settled by humans. Presently, not only its natives but over 1,30,000 international students have been aspired to travel and pursue their higher studies in New Zealand (statistics of 2017) as it is one of the fastest growing study abroad destinations in the world for varied grounds. A major reason b...

The oldest universities in 10 European countries

16th, Oct 2018

The oldest universities in 10 European countries Universities have become such a fundamental part of our civilization that we tend to forget that there was a time before they existed. The concept of a university as a center of higher learning was a European invention, roughly 1,000 years ago. Over the centuries, the original ideas that shaped these institutions have undergone significant evolut...

German university cities and their breweries

15th, Oct 2018

German university cities and their breweries There are almost 1,400 breweries in Germany, and the number is growing. Roughly half of these, as reported by the German Brewers Association, are microbreweries with a sales volume of up to 1,000 hectoliters per year. Another statistic underlines the traditional role of beer culture in Germany: Out of the country’s 50 oldest companies stil...

International students love Berlin! Here’s why

16th, Oct 2018

International students love Berlin! Here’s why Berlin is Germany’s capital and largest city. With many universities, its multicultural city life, diverse cultural offering, exciting startup scene, this bustling metropolis is one of the best places you can choose to study abroad. Want to learn more about what makes Berlin such an exciting university town? Read on: Berlin is home t...

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