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The SAE Institute Brings International Students to Its German Campuses

The SAE Institute is welcoming international students to its nine German locations starting with the winter semester of 2021. All degree programs will be in English. The press release states, “Germany is the most attractive non-English-speaking host country for international students and the fourth most important place to study worldwide, behind the USA, the UK and Australia. As a leading education provider for professions in the media industry, SAE Institute is now making it even easier for international talent to study in Germany.” SAE has offered English-language degree programs at the Berlin campus and is now expanding to its locations in Bochum, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, and Stuttgart.

Courses will be offered via live stream or on demand as well as in person with group work and on-campus events. Chris Müller, managing director of SAE Institute, says, “[A] globally networked media industry needs internationally experienced minds. We therefore want to make our degree programs even more accessible to talented people from all over the world, while at the same time preparing the next generation from Germany for careers on all continents in the best possible way.”

For more information, read the press release.



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