about the sphere
Firstly, in Germany, foreign students can obtain higher education almost free of charge, there are no entrance exams, and can be taught both in German and in English (education in English is also free).
Hence, education in Germany is affordable, and important, qualitative, and the diplomas themselves are highly valued not only among European countries, but also among countries such as England, the United States and Canada (where receiving higher education our students are paying a fairly decent amount of money )
Secondly, Germany is interested in attracting and retaining highly skilled and perspective personnel in the country in various branches of science. Continue reading
The Ukrainian system of education has developed in such a way that the state almost does not interfere with the current order of things. The teacher’s average portrait is getting older, many teachers stay in the field even after retirement. Talented young people in Ukraine prefer to work in the IT field or engage in business rather than go to the faculty. It turns out that 18-year-old adolescents are taught by elderly people who themselves have been studying through the textbooks of the beginning of the century, while linguistics, economics and especially computer science are developing very rapidly, demanding a modern approach and innovations. Continue reading
Admission to universities in the CIS countries is often a complex long process in which applicants and their parents have to spend a lot of time, finances and especially nerves. Separately, many articles can be written about the annual changes in the rules and requirements of admission to universities, the complexity and contradictions of the transfer of the CT, the YEE and ZNO, and of course, the prospects for boys to obtain the agenda of the military commissariat in the event of failure of exams. There are plenty of opportunities and alternatives to continuing education away from home today. Continue reading