Germany is a target destination for an exponentially growing number of students today. According to a recent study by the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD), it attracts the largest number of foreign students, after the US and UK. Among its high quality of education, advanced teaching resources and international networks, the cherry on the cake is the fact that there are no tuition fees. Rather, a Semesterticket of approximately €300 goes towards covering costs of public transport, local passenger trains, and a culture ticket. Prices of theatre shows, opera and cultural clubs are heavily reduced by the culture ticket - and are often simply free to enter. In Graphs: Number of international students in Germany quickly growing Finding the best program Germany boasts of its own version of the Ivy League, led by Heidelberg University and Technical University of Munich, with Free University of Berlin and Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg following close behind. A … [Read more...] about Tip of the Week: How (and where) to enroll in a Master’s program in Germany
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Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Aasavri Rai August 23, 2018 11:08 am Change Font Size Jindal Global Law School has invited applications for its Master of Business Laws Programme for Working Professionals. The Programmeis designed to equip business professionals from all non-law backgrounds with specialised business-oriented legal skills to contribute exceptionally to their organisations and perform effectively in today’s complex, globally connected business and regulatory eco-system. The course covers business-related subjects such as Law of Contract, Labour & Industrial Relations Law, Intellectual Property, Taxation, Environmental, International Trade, Infrastructure, Financial, Corporate, Investment and Cyber-laws. Who should attend: Business professionals who do not possess an LLB degree (and therefore cannot proceed directly to an LLM), who nevertheless need a solid grounding in Business Laws to advance in their careers in the legal, tax, … [Read more...] about Admission Notification: JGLS’ Masters Of Business Laws Programme
World Peter Biar Ajak South Sudan U.S. senators are joining calls for the release of a Harvard graduate and prominent political activist who has been detained in South Sudan for nearly a week after criticizing the country's government on Twitter and calling on citizens to mobilize to "bring about peace."Peter Biar Ajak, a 34-year-old married father of two young children, was arrested by South Sudan's National Security Service in Juba, South Sudan's capital, while trying to board a plane to the city of Aweil.Friends and family of Ajak say he has yet to receive any formal charges and has been denied access to a lawyer, with the activist's brother, Deng Ajak-Agutdau telling Newsweek, "they are not telling us or him why they are holding him." Harvard graduate and political activist Peter Biar Ajak has been arrested by the South Sudan National Security Service, despite no charges having been laid against him, friends and family say. Family photo Recommended … [Read more...] about U.S. Senators Call for Release of Harvard Activist Detained in South Sudan After Criticizing Government
When it comes to the Emmy nominations, what isn't on the ballot has become a significant factor, with more shows taking longer-than-customary lapses -- for reasons ranging from scandal to health to simple logistics -- that sometimes have them sitting out a year of eligibility.This year, that raises the question of whether absence will make the heart grow fonder for "Game of Thrones" -- which sat atop the Emmy throne in 2015 and '16 -- and what series might be the beneficiaries of "Veep," "Master of None," "Better Call Saul" and "House of Cards" all sitting out the 2018 race."Thrones," HBO's elaborate fantasy drama, figures to have a major impact when the nominations are unveiled Thursday, having claimed back-to-back wins as outstanding drama in 2015 and '16, including a record 12 Emmys the latter year. After a slow start, the show is now the most-honored scripted series in Emmy history, with 38 trophies overall."Veep," meanwhile, is coming off three consecutive wins as best comedy, but … [Read more...] about Can ‘Game of Thrones’ regain Emmy throne after winter vacation?
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