Infographics: Educational opportunities made in Germany

The demand for qualified higher education is growing worldwide. More and more students want to benefit from the quality education institutions (HEIs), but without going abroad for their entire degree programme.

You can find out what role German universities play with their transnational educational offerings in our latest infographic.

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January 2020

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Abram
15 April 2020

Sehr Gut

Mr. Juan Carlos Schiappa-Pietra
22 January 2020

"German Higher Education Institutions use Transnational Education (TNE) to experiment with new models and organizational forms."

Hi!
Thanks for publishing such an interesting infographic!
I am a social entrepreneur and have 7 years working, with great difficulties and with great economic austerity, in developing a university radio, initially online and digital more recently, to give free and quality education to the poorest of my country, Peru. It is a principle of social justice.
The greatest social distance and that perpetuates the inequities of economic growth are educational distances since it reproduces poverty in a trans-generational way. Peru is divided between a small number of citizens with the good luck of having a good economic position that allows them to access a good quality private university and those, who are the majority, and who cannot afford a private university. In Peru, private university education is much better than public education.
Our institutional mission is, therefore, to help shorten this distance.
The DAAD, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany or specific Universities in Germany might be interested in exploring a partnership project using the digital education strategies that we use in Peru.
Our 3 areas of youth university education of interest to hypothetical cooperation with a German counterpart are:
1) Science;
2) New technologies;
3) Social problems of the contemporary world;
Initially, it would be a question of taking independent digital Peru-Germany courses for some time to gain experience and recognition. After the above, medium duration digital programs could be structured. Quite later, develop the university radio with faces using the techniques offered by the digitalization of the radio.
What do you think?

Mr. Juan Carlos Schiappa-Pietra
Founder and Director
Servicios de Prensa para el Desarrollo
Agencia Radial Educativa
(Press Services for Development)
Loma del Pilar Street 434, 3rd. Floor
Distrito de Surco, Lima-33
Peru
20151478@pucp.edu
(51) 986-788-472
(511) 278-1654

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