The world’s fourth largest economic power and education paradise – India hosted by Stuttgart-based education fair horizon Mannheim, the 8.2.2008 – 16 and February 17 the horizon, the trade fair for study and qualified education and training, takes place in the Stuttgart Haus der Wirtschaft for the second time. Institutions conveyed 75 universities from throughout the country, businesses and background information present themselves and their offer. All who are interested in topics related to the study and career planning are invited: pupils of the gymnasiale Oberstufe, whose parents, students and young professionals. As one of many highlights the Regierungsprasidium Stuttgart, Department school and education, its educational partnership Baden-Wurttemberg India presents this year: the project organized student exchanges between Indian private schools and schools of Baden-Wurttemberg. In addition to the students and their teachers, students, teacher candidates, teacher educators, principals, and school administrators maintain the intercultural dialogue. The project has many non-formal partners in the private sector as well as at the universities.

Since the economic reforms at the beginning of the 1990s, has evolved into the world’s fourth largest economic power India and has not exhausted yet long its potential: the largest democracy on Earth, which by the way has a very well-functioning school and legal system, in the first League plays particularly in the area of software development. Each year more than 300,000 engineers are trained in India, because the country invests more than any other nation in the education of its citizens. By increasing globalisation India will be more interesting and more important worldwide for the professionals. Students can therefore not early deal enough with the topic and the possibilities that it offers. A decisive advantage on the way to globalization is the Indian affinity to English: English is spoken everywhere, otherwise could not with each other, communicate also Indians from different States. In relation to the horizon, visitors will receive information about the german Indian exchanges and other ways to study abroad in India. Detailed information around the horizon, including the full programme, as well as directions, there’s under. The horizon takes place on 16 and 17 February (Saturday and Sunday) in the Stuttgart Haus der Wirtschaft.

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