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Applied science universities receive internationalisation funds

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DAAD picks 31 projects to improve student readiness for international labour market

Germany’s universities of applied sciences will be given a funding windfall to help them become more international, according to the science ministry and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

The two partners selected 31 internationalisation projects for a total of €21 million from the science ministry. According to a joint statement from the ministry and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Germany’s universities of applied sciences “are highly regarded and have a model function, especially because of their practical orientation, not only in Germany but worldwide”. 

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