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The present study investigates training strategies of German companies in developing and emerging countries. By means of semi-structured interviews we shed light on the experiences of 16 companies operating in six countries. We thereby aim at identifying guidance for companies’ training and personnel development abroad.
Even though the four analysed countries are very different in terms of their starting points and their demographic, economic and institutional framework conditions, they all face the same challenge: designing a vocational education and training system that makes the country future-proof.
This survey, produced for Deutsche Real Estate Funds in cooperation with ImmobilienScout24, compares and analyses price developments in 15 metropolitan and student cities in Germany.
Study for the German Academic Exchange Service
Fostering mutual learning, forging the future together
Training and Qualification during the crisis
Engineers play an important role in the innovative performance and the competitiveness of European countries. The aim of this report is therefore to provide a comprehensive overview of the most...
The regulation of continuous vocational training (CVT) is highly dispersed and only affects a small proportion of CVT activities in Germany. Collective agreements are of minor significance for the...
The case of Germany