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TIPS ON POST-SECONDARY COURSES AND STUDY DESTINATIONS FOR PROMISING CAREERS OF THE FUTURE

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TIPS ON POST-SECONDARY COURSES AND STUDY DESTINATIONS FOR PROMISING CAREERS OF THE FUTURE

Today’s young learners are searching beyond their national borders for internationally exposing education and training. Unlike their parents, they are not territorial citizens but rather a new breed of borderless global citizens. Have you received your KCSE results? Are you looking to chart a road map to a rewarding future career? If so, join our internationally exposed speaker, author, and university lecturer on 14 January 2024 from 19:30 EAT as we place a lens over the granular details of selecting wisely what to study, where, and when.

From 21:00 EAT, we will hold a special invite-only session for learners who would like to study in Germany or at local universities partnering with German Universities while receiving scholarship and exchange support from Germany, e.g., Taita Taveta University (TTU) and its successful CEMEREM scholarship, equipment and staff support project, which has been in place since 2016.

Join us from 9 pm EAT to get a sneak peek at what awaits you in Germany: What to prepare, what to prepare for, and what to spare. Your questions will also be answered.

Below is a foretaste of the pages of experience you will turn while studying in Germany, Deutschland to be authentic and precise.

  “Sein order Nichtsein, das ist die Frage.” This is just an example, scribed majestically on the wall of a building at Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, in Halle Saale, Germany. Not far from it is the office of the first African (Senegalese) Member of Parliament (MP) in the Bundestag/German Parliament, a Doctor of Chemistry who has had a stellar rise to this high public office in Germany, a country with a highly structured parliamentary democracy. This rise cannot be divorced from his fluency in the German language, an unwritten but essential prequalification for socialising and influence people in the country. Writings in German will drown you everywhere in Germany: Supermarkets, train stations, banks. And yes, even in the German universities boasting a high share of international students. Check out this imposing inscription at the University of Hannover, inviting you to a recollection of the concept of binary numbers.

German is the most widely spoken native language in the EU, primarily due to the large population of Germany. It is also one of the official languages of Austria and is spoken in parts of Luxembourg and Belgium.German is the most widely spoken language in Switzerland. It is the primary language in the central and eastern regions of the country, including cities like Zurich, Bern, and Basel. Swiss German, also known as Schweizerdeutsch, is a dialect of German spoken in Switzerland.

The concept of Industry 4.0/Fourth Industrial revolution was first introduced in Germany, initially coined and developed in the city of Aache. The term “Industry 4.0” was first used at the Hannover Fair in 2011 as part of the German government’s high-tech strategy to promote the computerisation of manufacturing. It represents the integration of digital technologies, automation, data exchange, and the Internet of Things (IoT) into various industrial processes to create more efficient and interconnected manufacturing systems.

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