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    How African students can come study in Germany

    There are many reasons why studying in Germany is an excellent idea for Africans willing to come study in Germany. Here’s a step by step guide on how African students come can to study in Germany: Germany has exceptional universities and boasts of over 500 schools where students can get free degrees from. There are […] More

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    Nigerian students admitted to German universities appeal to Germany to resume issuance of Visas

    Nigerian students who have been admitted to German universities are appealing to German authorities to resume issuance of visas to Germany. The students who are blocked back home because the German consulate doesn’t issue visas, fear losing their admission if they are not issued visas to travel Germany. Speaking to SaharaReporters, the Nigerian students said […] More

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    The KENAKO African festival in Berlin will be held live

    The KENAKO African festival in Berlin will be held digitally due to the coronavirus pandemic as this years’ event has had to be cancelled. This measn that it will not be held in the usual form on Berlin’s Alexanderplatz this year. The organisers have deiced to move the festival to an online platform so that […] More

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    What you need know before moving to Germany

    What you need to know before moving to Germany is a very common question: While travelling and even relocation might be an interesting and exciting thing to do, here are a few tips to make sure you enjoy your stay in Germany and that you have the best experience while you’re there. On the La […] More

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    Germany offering interest free loans to international students

    Germany is offering interest free loans to students who have been hard hit by the effects of the coronavirus. Foreign students are now eligible for help as part of Germany’s emergency coronavirus spending. They have a long lean run behind them, relying either on their own initiative or public solidarity. Some of the students studying […] More

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    How to apply for fellowship in African studies in Germany

    African artists on the continent and the diaspora have been called upon by the University of Bayreuth in Germany, the call has been facilitated by the African Multiple Cluster of Excellence (AMCE) at the same university and are requesting for students interested in Advanced African studies to apply for an opportunity to fellowship on African […] More

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    Ghanaian-German Centre holds first ever Ghana Virtual Career Fair

    Ghanaian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration holds first ever Ghana Virtual Career Fair. This was done on behalf of the German Development Cooperation in Ghana, The Ghanaian German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (GGC) together with its partners – the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Ghana (AHK Ghana) and the Ministry […] More

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    Germany: Berlin passes first state anti-discrimination law in Germany

    Berlin passed the first German anti-discrimination law on Thursday that hinders discrimination based on skin colour, gender and other factors, by public authorities, police, among others. This effort is meant to address systematic racism in Germany in many fronts. Majority of the state lawmakers approved the law. The law explicitly bars public authorities, including police […] More

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    Germany to lift travel ban for 29 EU countries on June 15th

    German Foreign minister Heiko Maas has confirmed that Germany will remove a travel ban on EU member states and this should also affect other countries, from June 15th.  The easing of travel restrictions applies to passport-free Schengen-area countries as well as the UK and while travel is current being debated it is still advised that warning […] More

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