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In memoriam Rolf Hoffmann

In late April 2016, Dr. Rolf Hoffman passed away.  This outstanding personality had been for de... (+more) Edition: 0, 0

Guest Article - Why do graduates who spent part of their studies abroad get higher wages? Evidence from Germany

by Nicolai Netz and Fabian Kratz. The past decades have witnessed an enormous expansion of progra... (+more) Edition: 0, 0

(A)counting the losses on both sides - Sir Peter Scott on the Brexit

The UK's decision to abandon Europe, which is what leaving the European Union amounts to, has come... (+more) Edition: 0, 0

“Finding solutions together” – on German-Iranian science diplomacy

by Dennis Schroeder  In times of crisis, science diplomacy can become an alternative channel... (+more) Edition: 0, 0

In memoriam: Ulf Lie

On Thursday, 24 November, Ulf Lie passed away in his home town of Bergen, finally losing his fig... (+more) Edition: 0, 0

Homage to Ulf Melin

At the end of this month, Ulf Melin, one of Sweden’s most deserved and prolific public figures, ... (+more) Edition: 2018, 3

50th Anniversary of German Fachhochschule – University of Applied Sciences: A Success Story?

50th Anniversary of German Fachhochschule – University of Applied Sciences A Success Story? Does... (+more) Edition: 2019, 7

Queenie Lam: What’s going on in Hong Kong? Students’ role in the protests

Hong Kong’s faceless leaderless Be Water Movement, sparked off in early June by massive protests a... (+more) Edition: 2019, 9

In memoriam: Domenico Lenarduzzi

At the beginning of this month, Domenico Lenarduzzi, one of the pioneers of Erasmus, died in Brussel... (+more) Edition: 2019, 12

Can universities have a determining role in sustainable development?

As noted in an article from the Brookings Institute (Can leading universities be engines of sustaina... (+more) Edition: 2020, 3