Imperial creates ‘Global MiM Network’ with 3 B-Schools - Global Education Times (GET News)

Imperial creates Global MiM Network with 3 B-Schools

Imperial College London has joined forces with three international business schools to create a ‘Global MiM Network’, a multiple school exchange programme for Master’s in Management students.

The Global MiM Network will allow four students from each member school to take courses from the other partner institutions. This will provide them with a more global study experience without the associated bureaucracy or cost of full-time overseas programme.

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Germany top non-English speaking destination for foreign students - Global Education Times (GET News)

Germany top non-English speaking destination for foreign students

A recent study has named Germany as the most popular non-English speaking country in the world for foreign students, overtaking France, Deutsche Welle reports.

The figures were published in a study compiled for the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the German Centre for Higher Education Research and Studies.

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German student visa to now require €10,236 in cash reserves - Global Education Times (GET News)

German student visa now requires €10,236 in blocked account

The Federal Foreign Office of Germany has increased by 20 percent to €10,236 the required amount of money in a blocked account for foreign students to secure a German student visa.

Foreign students wanting to know how to open a “Sperrkonto” blocked bank account in Germany can access the Federal Foreign Office guidance page here.

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Number of foreign students in Germany rises again - Global Education Times

Number of foreign students in Germany rises again

The number of foreign students in Germany grew again last year, albeit at a slower pace as compared with 2017, according to the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

In its annual report, DAAD said that the number of foreign students who entered Germany last year grew to 374,580 from the 358,900 in 2017, but growth was slightly slower by 4.4 percent than the 5.5 percent reported in 2017.

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Germany wants higher education for refugees - GET News

Germany wants higher education for refugees

The German government is planning to increase the number of refugee scholars by 2030 in a bid to address the “frighteningly low” level of their access to higher education.

Through its Albert Einstein German Academic Refugee Initiative or DAFI, the government said it was aiming to achieve 15 percent of refugee scholars to access tertiary education from only 1 percent at present.

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