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Blue Card Opportunity for Working Foreigners in Germany

[caption id="attachment_2735" align="aligncenter" width="500"]Blue Card Invites Working Foreigners in Germany Source: worldcarfans[/caption]

There is a huge void in Germany of Skilled Workers in different streams. Technology has progressed in leaps and bounds and hence the skill set required for the jobs is also demanding.

Due to the lack of sufficient skills, the current economic condition in Germany is almost  in shambles. To revive the economical condition, it is needed to include foreigners in the work stream. The introduction of the Blue card by the government is a big step in the inclusion of foreigners in the work stream. Germany is on the lookout for foreigners in the streams and there is increasing shortage of skilled workers in Germany, particularly in the fields of Information Technology, Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering.

Blue Card is a proposal that is proposed by the European Commission giving work permit for nonresident Europeans for the period of 2 years. It is a useful proposal by the European commission as foreigners are invited to work in their companies. In a work environment the main thing that matters is skill and not the color of the skin, although racism exists in some countries and has its various prevalent forms. But in an office it is important to uphold the work ethics. Looking beyond the social stigma is important. For example an Indian was recently denied the opportunity to study in Germany for the rape charge. Indians are known to be brilliant and intellectual, rape is a social problem and should be handled locally and not everywhere. In the bargain, Germany might have lost out on a good student.

Germany offers many facilities and a good work environment. Many foreigners are waiting to grab such an opportunity. There is a lack of some important skills, hence employers should look beyond disparities at anything and focus on achieving the best possible manpower. Blue card is a passport for foreigners to enjoy the benefits of working in such a country.

Admissiongyan, an overseas education consultancy in Bangalore successful in reaching out to students in fulfilling their dreams of pursuing higher education in international places such as Germany, Denmark, Switzerland etc. We help students to get exposed to various domains of education.

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Why not Study in Denmark?

[caption id="attachment_2739" align="aligncenter" width="552"]Why Study in Denmark Source: squarespace[/caption]

Instead of pondering on the question “Why Study in Denmark?”, “Why not study in Denmark” needs to be pondered. Denmark has a wonderful education system apart from being a tourist destination. Many foreign students are attracted to Denmark for its innovation driven environment. Denmark education is rich in quality and values.

Danish professors create a wide spectrum of an inspiring learning environment. There are over 500 programs with a multitude of courses in English. Education in Denmark is innovative and different it its own way. There is close collaboration among the student and the teachers. Denmark is morover a safe and well organized country. Attractive Job Offers are waiting for graduates.

Four aspects of education developed in the Danish education system are creativity, innovation, analytical thinking and critical thinking. Students are benefited from the facilities in numerous ways. The educational system is updated regularly with a skill oriented approach.  Students are hugely benefited by learning from industry experts and the internships in international organizations. The projects are often real time challenges testing one’s ability and knowledge. If you are pondering on “Why study in Denmark?, these are some reasons to quiet your mind.

The teaching faculty of the Danish education is composed of many working professionals. Danish professionals are also part time researchers. Hence the students are benefited vastly by the practical approach of the education system. Higher education standards in Denmark should make more students ponder on “Why study in Denmark?”.

Admissiongyan, a denmark overseas education consultancy in Bangalore is successful in reaching out to students in fulfilling their dreams of pursuing higher education in international places such as Germany, Denmark, France, Sweden etc. Students are exposed to various domains of education.

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What sets you apart from the world?

There is a lot of competition for job acquisition. It is important to move ahead of the competitors and land at a job. It is necessary to possess the skills necessary to perform the job efficiently. To match the skill set of the job it is important to develop them. Taking nothing away from the Indian education, but to overpowering of the western culture, students are attracted to the Western System of Education.

There are good trainers in Indian education systems as well. But some people choose west over the east to quench their thirst.

The second most important reason is exposure. In the western system of education students get exposed to a variety of environments and learn more practically. Exposure by itself is a learning curve.

The Indian system of education is orthodox compared to the western system. There are various modules in the western system where there are many real time projects, plus other training intense procedures. These days companies want the required skill set, they are not ready to settle for less in a long time. Indian students are very much in demand in the west.

Admissiongyan, an overseas education consultancy located in Bangalore for driving students who are interested to pursue their higher education in global education centres like Germany, France, United States etc. We help students to get exposed to various domains of international education.

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Seasonality in Germany

[caption id="attachment_2741" align="aligncenter" width="598"]Seasonality in Germany Source: 1zoom[/caption]

Germany is a vast place with beautiful scenery. The Geographic Distribution characterizes the different climates at each place. Germany enjoys an average yearly temperature at about 9 degree Celsius. It is strange considering the warmth in summer. At the height of winter, some of the mountainous and hilly regions of South Germany may go down to about –10°C (14°F) or even -15°C (5°F).

The seasons in Germany are characterized by spring in March, April and May. The beginning of spring in Germany is marked by people chilling out and enjoying the whether. The Winter Season has come to a close bringing the sparkling spring into play! This season is celebrated with festivals and events in almost every town. Kurt Weill Music Festival is a popular festival all throughout Germany. The Bauhaus buildings are the ideal platform for his famous compositions. It is marked with a weeklong music fest around the city.

The summer season is predominant in the months of June, July and August. It is not only the season of tourist activity in Germany, but the prices of Airfares and Hotels around the city also bubble up leaving the tourists in a frenzy! There is a common festival all around this city, in this period called the “Stadtfest”. All age groups enjoy their time with open air concerts, fun rides, fireworks and lots of drinks and food. It is a wonderful experience for tourists to take part in these festivities with the soaking up local flavor.

The autumn season is covered is in the months of September, October and November. Taking a stroll around the woods or the garden will show you the beauty of this season. There are many German wine and harvest festivals during this season. The wine is superb along the German wine road in the south western part of the country. Gear up for the holiday season with the winter coming crushing down. The city gets ready for its grand Christmas celebration. Though the winters are cold there is no guarantee for snow. The tourists take advantage of fewer crowds and lower rates all around Germany.

Admissiongyan, an overseas education consultancy in Bangalore for reaching out to students who are interested to continue their higher education in exotic places like Germany, Denmark, Switzerland etc. We help students to get exposed to various domains of education.

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Best Student City in the World – Paris

[caption id="attachment_2746" align="aligncenter" width="550"]Paris Ranked the Best Student City in the World Source: icadconferences[/caption]

Paris has many destinations youngsters prefer to explore. It stands tall in the forefront of education too. It may not be the ideal location for youngsters on a budget, but it is an outstanding city in student related matters.

The British Education Company Quacquarelli Symonds published a study in which Paris holds 412 points, 15 points ahead of Melbourne and London. It has placed this beautiful city in top spot for previous two decades. The other top ranking cities are Sydney, Hong Kong, Boston and Tokyo 388,386,386,386,386 points respectively. The parameters used by Quacquarelli Symonds are university rankings, student diversity, qualify of life, recruiters’ reputation and last but not the least being access to finance.

A Paris University chancellor was of the opinion that the quality of their teaching and the research facilities won Parisian University's international appeal. A study revealed in 2013 that Paris has 17 world leading universities, London is just ahead by one university. Though the places to live here are expensive, the tuition fees is relatively cheaper and hence it makes it an affordable place compared to other countries.

Students Graduating from Paris universities are exposed to a broad range of avenues since the students enjoy the many facilities like leading academics, small class sizes and intensive teaching by expert faculties. A staggering number of international students in 2013 cemented there place as a hot spot for education as well as entertainment.

Admissiongyan, an overseas education consultancy situated in Bangalore for reaching out to students who are interested to continue their higher education in international places such as Germany, France, Denmark, Sweden etc. We help students to get exposed to various domains of education.

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