regular participation in social, political or religious organisations, institutions, groups or bodies within or outside the university over a period of at least six months. In doing so, the organisations [...] of social hardship - 0.3 points for proof of special economic challenges (see §3, Para. 2, No. 3c of the scholarship Guidelines) What are the personal challenges [...] challenges is economic need, especially in the form of social hardship. For detailed information, please refer to the scholarship guidelines under §4. Calculating the total value
students with outstanding grades, a high level of social engagement, and a record of exceptional personal achievement – such as the experience of having overcome significant personal or educational obstacles [...] is aimed at students who can demonstrate outstanding grades in school and university plus significant achievements either before or during their university studies, and who are either socially committed [...] ? The Deutschlandstipendium offers highly talented and committed students a reliable additional source of financing for one year. Besides excellent academic performance, the scholarship also requires social engagement
Firsthand Reports Listen We have asked students and graduates of the Bachelor´s programme about their experiences with International Management. They talk about requirements, study contents, carrer opportunities and the social life in Flensburg. Graduates Anna Trappe, Group Marketing Manager, KRM (ECCO Shoes Retail Europe) Why should one decide to study International Management? Because it offers a perfect combination between economics and intercultural communication. It is the best choice if you are looking for something
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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
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.
immigration as a threat to the German-speaking minority and restrict immigrants’ access to social benefits. Catalan elites emphasise the opportunities of immigration, granting social rights to "new Catalans [...] ) HEL 066/067 15:00 to 16:00 – visit to the "Wanderausstellung der Gemeinschaftsschule Neumünster-Brachenfeld" (ZfL) (DE) 16:00 to 18:00 – Social justice in the EU – M