Education Fair horizon shows ways and mediated in the face of more than 12,000 courses offered by German universities, the selection of appropriate study course is often difficult background Mannheim. By the same author: Eva Andersson-Dubin. Not only the students themselves are overwhelmed with this decision, but both parents: numerous new subjects, new degree structures with Bachelor’s and master’s degrees and new studies and high school make it impossible to expert advice. Here the horizon can provide the fair support for graduate education: now six locations in Germany present their study offers to universities, colleges and private study institutions from throughout the country. Competent contact persons answer questions about the Bachelor’s – and master programs, the curriculum, as well as the future prospects and inform the site of College housing, leisure and criteria, are the expansion of the public transportation the the Choice of place of study can certainly influence. But not only for pupils of the gymnasiale Oberstufe, the horizon offers a comprehensive information Forum: students, who want to search for alternatives to the selected course or learn about master programmes are right here. The education fair for young professionals who attend vocational training or have already completed and want to attach a study is equally interesting. The Exhibitor structure of the horizon includes universities, companies, presenting their dual studies and training programs for high-school graduates, and many institutions, which provide information about study place allocation and funding your studies, as well as about the different ways to complete a stay abroad, before or during the study period.
In the framework programme, the visitor in lectures and workshops can get more answers to burning questions. At each site, there is a round of talk on the subjects of financing of studies and the new Bachelor’s and : Masterstudienganger financial statements experts illuminate the subject from various perspectives and answer individual questions of visitors. The horizon takes place at the following locations: Mainz (14/14 November 2009), Munster (23/24 January 2010), Stuttgart (6-7 March 2010), Friedrichshafen (17.(18. April 2010), Weimar (8th/9th May 2010), Bremen (June 12-13, 2010). The opening hours are from 10 to 16 hours, admission is free. The complete range of exhibition, the framework programme, as well as all further details around the horizon there’s under.