VIVES University College Listen https://www.vives.be/en Cooperation areas: Social and behavioural sciences (031) Course title ECTS Academic year Group Project 12 2018/2019 Reflections on & Theory of Art and Creativity 3 2018/2019 Sector Exploration & Study Visits 4 2018/2019 Methods on Art and Creativity 6 2018/2019 Global Issues and Focus on Flanders and Europe 5 2018/2019
AStA Listen AStA is the collegial management body and is authorised by StuPa, the executive body representing the interests of all students. It is elected by StuPa for a term of one year and manages students' affairs as well as representing it externally. It consists of different departments and the management board (e.g. for higher education policy, social affairs, culture or sports). It is financed by the semester fee which is paid by all students. StuPa determines on how the semester fee is used when it decides on the budget.
(copy 1) Listen Health Insurance In Germany, all students up to the age of 30 are subject to compulsory health insurance (currently €78 monthly). If you are from a country that has concluded a bilateral social security agreement with Germany and if you have sufficient health insurance coverage in your home country, you will be exempted from the obligation of insuring yourself with a statutory health insurance scheme for the duration of your course of study in Germany. In order to get exemption, you must bring and submit your EHIC (European Health
EWHA Womans University Listen https://www.ewha.ac.kr/mbs/ewhaen/ Cooperation areas: The courses that can be taken belong to the Business Administration area. Students have the opportunity to enroll in all courses of the International Studies Program offered at EWHA. Course title CPs abroad Academic year Social Problems in Contemporary global World 3 2019/2020 Human Development and the Family 3 2019/2020 Women and Gender in East Asia 3 2019/2020 Introduction to Asian
Financing Listen How can I finance my studies? According to the German head organisation of student services, Deutsches Studentenwerk (20th social survey), in 2012 German students had, on average, a monthly budget of 864 EUR. You can finance your studies in different ways: by taking on a student job or taking out a student loan (BAföG), with the help of scholarships or financial support from parents/relatives or by taking out a student loan with a bank. You can find an initial overview of the classic financing
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y Periodismo Internacional 6 2018/2019 Economía Política 2 6 2018/2019 Relaciones Intergubernamentales 6 2018/2019 History of the Modern World and Social [...] Herrera https://www.uchceu.es/ Cooperation areas: Humanities (02) Course title ECTS Academic year Fundamentos de ciencias sociales para el maestro de primaria 6 2017/2018 Sociedad, Familia y Escuela 6 2017/2018 Aprendizaje y Didáctica de la Religión 6 2017/2018 Conocimiento del medio natural, social y cultural 6
4. Step - Matriculation Listen In Germany every student has to pay a student fee. In Flensburg, this is supported by the Studentenwerk Schleswig-Holstein, an organisation that offers social facilities such as cafeteria, student dormitories and counselling services. The fee for the Studentenwerk Schleswig-Holstein is 63 euros per semester plus 12 euros to the AStA, 124 euros to the semester ticket, and 48 to AktikBus/train (total amount: 247 euros). The semester ticket entitles the holder to free bus/train travel within Schleswig