Germany and India have agreed a migration and mobility partnership which the respective government hope will enable the "mutual mobility" of students, professionals and researchers between the two countries.
Universities across Europe have experienced a sudden increase in demand, but is their new-found popularity due to the "Brexit effect”? Or, with many countries already experiencing a long-term growth in student numbers, would this have happened anyway? Helen Packer finds out.
Many international students looking to study in Germany “do not feel adequately prepared for starting their studies”, according to a new report by DAAD - with some citing a lack of language skills as a key barrier to finishing their degree.