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Double-track learning

If you are interested in learning a skilled occupation in Germany, the chances are that this will be as part of a dual apprenticeship scheme. In this case, “dual” means that the young people learn both on the job at an apprenticing company and at a vocational school.

“Everyone can learn from others”

Executive Board Chairman Prof. Wolfgang Schuster explains why Deutsche Telekom Stiftung began looking across the border and what kind of activities it engages in.

One Country, Many Systems

Germany consists of 16 federal states – and each one follows its own path when it comes to education. This approach has its benefits, but often causes trouble in practice.

Digital beginnings

Throughout Europe, children are being introduced to programming from elementary school age. Here, we show examples from four countries.