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Featured Articles on Living, Working, Studying, Traveling, and Volunteering in Germany
Make Your Move to Germany by Tera Florian
Work and Play in Deutschland by Sylvia Robertson
Returning to Germany to Teach English by Nicholas Oyler
Teaching English in Germany: Despite Slow Economy, Freelancers Are in Demand by Mark O’Neill
A Culinary Tour of Berlin’s Most Vibrant and Diverse Neighborhoods by Lies Ouwerkerk
The Weekly Markets of Berlin by Beebe Baharmi
Berlin's Diverse Restaurants by Beebe Baharmi
Acting Jobs in Germany: Well-Rounded American Performers are Being Called on Stage by Katreen Hardt
An Internship in Germany with IAESTE by Jack T. Lee
A Synergistic Internship Program for Young Professionals by Matthew M. Pierle
Studying and Interning in Bavaria: The Keys to a Successful Experience Abroad by Alison LaRose
Learning to Teach English in Germany: A Semester of Studying, Living, and Traveling while Studying for a TEFL Degree by Noemi Hayslett
The Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany: Much More Than Beer by Isabel Eva Bohrer

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 Expatriate Websites and Resources for Germany

Expatica provides news, information, online resources as well as I am not a tourist Fairs in a large number of European countries, including Germany . This site also offers a platform to find a job and to get in contact with other expats.

How to Germany is the website of the "How to Germany" magazine and offers articles on housing, employment, and many other topics about living in the country as an expatriate, The site also includes a resource database with comprehensive listings.

Welcome Center Germany focuses on providing highly educated expatriates, freelancers/self-employed, and students moving to Germany (mainly from the U.S., U.K. and Australia) with useful information including details on visas, relocation ,banking issues, insurance, education, housing and rentals, taxation, and more.

InterNations – Your Expat Community in Germany provides basic information for expats and the option to register with an expat community to share experiences and opportunities.

Numbeo: Germany is a fine crowdsourced site that provides much aggregate and itemized information about the cost of living in the country, the main cities, and bigger towns which should help prepare you for the transition.


 News and Media in Germany

Deutsche Welle is a worldwide German broadcasting and news service, providing online live streams and radio podcasts.

EXBERLINER is the English-language paper for Berlin. EXBERLINER provides intelligent journalism and up to date listings of events in the capital city. Find out whats on and where in English!

The Loca is an English language newspaper that discusses German news, while providing blogs, forums, and classifieds for jobs.


 Recommended Reading on Germany
Germany Guidebook by Rick Steves
Living & Working in Germany: A Survival Handbook by Pamela Wilson
Lonely Planet Germany 10 (Travel Guide)
The Rough Guide to Germany


 Travel Information for Germany

Destination Germany is the official German federal government website which provides many tourism resources.

Lonely Planet Worldguide provides a lot of useful travel information. Check out the link for Germany.

Rough Guides Destinations offers a lot of useful travel advice and information for most countries, including Germany.



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