A delegation from Freie Universität Berlin and LMU Munich will be in attendance to participate in the Talent Fair and in workshops at the GAIN Annual Meeting in San Francisco.
German University Alliance will be present at the 2017 New York Idealist Grad Fair to inform interested undergraduate and graduate students about study and research opportunities at Freie Universität Berlin and LMU Munich.
Idealist Grad Fairs provide a platform to connect students with graduate schools in the fields of public administration, international affairs, education, public policy, public interest law, social work, nonprofit management, global and public health, theology, environmental science, and socially responsible business.
CAREER DAY: STUDYING AND WORKING IN GERMANY
Workshops | Information Fair | Networking
German University Alliance will be present to answer questions from students and researchers concerning study, research and job opportunities at Freie Universität Berlin and LMU Munich.
German University Alliance represents Freie Universität Berlin and LMU Munich at CBIE's Annual Conference in Halifax, Canada.
The conference is the Canadian meeting place for international educators and stakeholders from across Canada and around the world. This year’s theme, Pathways in International Education: Charting the Course, looks at the mechanisms that enable collaboration and opportunities in international education.
In cooperation with Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Freie Universität will be organizing the conference "Humanities - What's Next?".
Former guest researchers and their counterparts from Freie Universität, junior researchers as well as Freie Universität alumni working in research and teaching, are invited to join this event to discuss current issues in the humanities in North America and Germany.
The conference aims at facilitating exchange between researchers across the humanities and seeks to promote transatlantic research networks.
German University Alliance represents Freie Universität Berlin and LMU Munich at the conference and will be part of the panel on, "Supporting a Generation of Displaced Students" on May 31, 2017 (2:45 PM - 3:45 PM).
German University Alliance will also be hosting a luncheon for partner universities.
German University Alliance will be present to answer questions from high school and college students concerning study and research opportunities at Freie Universität Berlin and LMU Munich.
Representatives from several German universities, including represents Freie Universität Berlin and LMU Munich, will participate in this program that will provide a general overview of German higher education. Other topics will include admissions requirements for students who are pursuing the IB Diploma and those taking the IB Course Program, an application timeline, language requirements, student services and internship and employment opportunities in Germany.
“Research in Germany” brings together German universities and research institutions interested in recruiting international PhD students and researchers.
Dahlem Research School of Freie Universität Berlin is among the participating institutions.
With a large amount of tuition free-universities and English instructed Master and PhD programs, Germany remains a popular destination for graduate studies.
Planning to pursue a graduate degree abroad can seem overwhelming. This event is designed to help you navigate the process – from finding the right program and university to understanding the requirements and application process.
Meet representatives from German universities, funding agencies and partner organizations and learn about programs and requirements, funding opportunities, the application process, visa, residence permits, health insurance, -- and much more!
Freie Universität Berlin & LMU Munich alumni gather for an evening of drinks, food and mingling.
Freie Universität Berlin participates in panel on "Responding to World Crises through Higher Education: The case of Syria and beyond."
Germany has become a popular destination for American students to pursue their graduate studies with mostly tuition free, high-quality degree programs. The process to apply can be new and foreign to American applicants. The webinar will teach participants how to navigate this process to study, research, and live in Germany. Specifically, this webinar will focus on graduate opportunities at two top universities: Freie Universität Berlin and LMU Munich.