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10 things to know before moving to Germany

In many ways, Germany is an easy country to settle in, with welcoming people and efficient businesses and government institutions. But there's no doubt that some aspects of German..

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Wuppertal

A charming industrial town with a famous overhead railway Located in North-Rhine Westphalia, Wuppertal is most famous for the Schwebebahn - a suspension monorail which runs around..

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Dortmund

An industrial hub that's home to a legendary soccer team

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Interntaional Student Identity Card (ISIC)

ISIC is an internationally accepted student identity card that allows you to prove your student status worldwide and save a lot of money on various student discounts and special..

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Costs of Living in Germany

Anyone planning on moving to or studying in Germany needs to know exactly how much it is going to cost to live there. Part of planning this exciting relocation will include..

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Constance

Historic city blends student vibrancy with a tranquil lake setting As Germany’s most southerly city, Constance (Konstanz) sits close to Switzerland's border and enjoys a unique..

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Pforzheim

A Black Forest city with a golden touch Famous for its jewelry-making traditions, Pforzheim deserves its nickname as Baden-Württemberg's "Golden city." Located on the edge of the..

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Regensburg

Regensburg is both old and new The motto credited to monk Otloh, who lived in Regensburg in the 11th century, is still very much truth to the city. Located at the northernmost..

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Oestrich-Winkel

Rhine valley town famous for wine production The town of Oestrich-Winkel is built on the banks of the Rhine River in Hesse, Central Germany. It is also located in the Rheingau..

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