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31. Conditions  
5 steps Getting your school and university diplomas recognised If you want to study in Germany, you need a qualification that gives you university entrance qualification – that is, a diploma…  
32. Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg  
Capital Hamburg Area 755.10 km² Population 1,830,584 inhabitants Important industries Second largest port in Europe Maritime industry, such as specialised shipbuilding, shipbuilding…  
33. Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg  
Hamburg More videos Choose an other state Hamburg is a green city located near the sea and offers a host of things to do in your free time, including plenty of cultural activities. Its…  
34. Nursing professionals  
Information on the internet Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) More information about the nursing sector in Germany (German) Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior…  
35. Nursing professionals  
Initiatives / agreements with other countries Vietnam The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) has launched a pilot project with Vietnam entitled “Recruiting labour from…  
36. FAQ  
FAQ You can contact us in a variety of ways. By email, chat or hotline, in German or in English – our specialists are there to help you. Contacts Working in Germany Setting up a business in…  
37. Germany's school system  
Education in Germany Learn more Housing in Germany Learn more Information on the internet Association of German International Schools Federation of international schools in…  
38. Migration advisory services  
Information on the internet Federal Office for Migration and Refugees Information about migration advisory services (German, English, Russian, Turkish)   Youth Migration Services (JMD) …  
39. Looking for housing  
This is how Germans live: Take a look in a German's living room Learn more Money & shopping Learn more Information on the internet Federal Office for Migration and Refugees House hunting and…  
40. Moving  
Money & shopping Learn more Information on the internet Federal Office for Migration and Refugees House hunting and moving – this is how it works (German, English, Russian, Turkish) On what…  

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