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Student loans: new possibilities for studying abroad
Almost 60,000 students conclude a student loan agreement every year in order to ensure they complete their study programmes despite financial shortages. Recently, there have been new possibilities for financing a study programme abroad. This is the result of the CHE Student Loan Test 2014. The test also illustrates how students can identify the best offer for themmore


12.06.2014 | Expertise for developing QA systems in higher education institutions
In a new publication, the Centre for Higher Education (CHE) provides empirical findings and knowledge that can support HEIs in the development and continuous operation of quality assurance systems (QA systems).more

26.05.2014 | Family Orientation as Standard: higher education institutions sign the Family and University Charter
A total of 47 universities and academic institutions from all federal states signed the Family and University Charter at the first annual “Family Orientation of Universities” conference at Leibnitz Universität Hannover. By signing the charter, HEIs are committing themselves to making family orientation an important part of their profiles.more

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