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Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2007 04:40 PM
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Hello,

I would like to ask for advice. Which good German universities are located in comparatively cheap cities?

I mean "cheap" as for the cost of buying real estate. My good friends are thinking in a few years to send a child to study to Germany and they are thinking to buy some inexpensive property there.

They think that they can buy some apartment (studio or 1-bedroom) and lease it until their child goes there and then the child will live in that apartment.

Now they can afford this, who knows what will be in a few years?

They thought about Karlsruhe but it is too expensive. They do not want to rent. They want to invest and at the same time avoid spending on child's rent in the future.

In the USA, very good universities are often located in affordable towns. I would be able to advise them about the USA but I have no idea about Germany.

They are also thinking about Austria.

Please, share your ideas.
scottie
Posted: Mon Mar 17, 2008 11:02 AM
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hello,since there is no subjekt mentioned it makes sense to opt for a big city,
so i can advise to buy in berlin only. the sqaremeterprices there are- unlike in other capitals -still ridiculisly low and remain stable. a lot of investors seem to be buying there right now .another ,smaller city to start looking in is hannover.
late reply,hopefully still of interest?
Jim
Posted: Wed Sep 03, 2008 07:02 AM

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Wed Sep 03, 2008
I would like to know any German university where I can teach ESL or psychology. I haven't found and job sites that list opennings like the US Chronicle. Any ideas on how to get 'in'? I also heard that a EU passport is required, anyone know how to do that?
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