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  1. English speaking accountant working in Industry - middle management - wants to take next step up career-ladder by advancing his studies.  German level is B1 and I am already advancing that.   Anyone have links to what's on offer in Berlin, having regard to Berlin and costs ?
  2. For any American or International university students who are currently in Germany, the Junior Year in Munich program could be an option for you next semester. The Junior Year in Munich provides students a unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for personal growth, exploration and reflection – and all within a foreign environment which they first learn to negotiate successfully, and all experienced and expressed in a language not their own.    Applications for the 2021 Second Semester are currently open, and are due on December 1, 2020.   For more than 65 years, JYM has advanced study abroad as an integral part of US undergraduate education. More than 4,000 students from 514 US colleges and universities have studied abroad in Germany with JYM.    JYM students are enrolled in the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich and have access to the full university curriculum in any major, except law and medicine. Students create their own course schedule from among University Courses, JYM Courses (German Language and Area Studies electives), Undergraduate Research Projects and Internships. Applications for the 2021 Second Semester are currently open, and are due on December 1, 2020. Applications for the 2021-22 Academic Year or Fall semester programs will open in December. If you have any questions about the program, please visit our website at jym.wayne.edu  
  3. Hi Everyone,    We will be relocating to Düsseldorf in the summer and my kids will be attending public school. We want to focus our apartment search on areas with great public schools but we aren't really sure where to find this information. We would also be open to living in a suburb if the schools are good and it's not too far away from the city. We will be living in the area permanently so the schools are really important to us.   Does anyone have any advice on which neighborhoods we should focus on? Are there any resources that rank the schools? It's also ok if the information is in German. Thanks so much!!!!!