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Living in Dresden

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Covered at more than 60% by lush green forests, Dresden is one of Germany's most densely populated cities. It hosts a rather young and dynamic population, consisting mainly of local and international students.

As one of the country's strongest economies, with a higher growth rate than the national average and no debt, Dresden provides many opportunities to expatriates who are looking forward to settle here.

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The Germany guide

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Munich can boast about its quality higher education and prestigious universities. Here is some key information for international students in Munich.

Different types of visas apply to foreigners wishing to study in Germany. However, formalities differ for European Union and non-European Union nationals.

Berlin is a diverse and cosmopolitan city that attracts a lot of international students. Have a look at Berlin's quality higher education system.

Located in Central Europe, Germany is a major destination for expatriates worldwide because of its prosperous and stable economic and political situation.

Germany offers a range of childcare services (such as kindergartens), as well as state support and unpaid leave if your child is under the age of three.

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This month's expat blog: Tales From The Right Brain

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This month's expat blog: Tales From The Right Brain

Meet this month's blogger, Anja, and indulge into expat life in France through her stylish lifestyle and travel blog Tales From The Right Brain.  After meeting her love in Paris, Anja decided to leave her successful career as an auditor and moved to Paris where she is now restarting her professional life with ...

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Store Unit GmbH
Enderstraße 94, Dresden

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Hechtstrasse 34, Dresden

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Kreuzstrasse 6 - D- 01067 Dresden, Dresden

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