AN INTRODUCTION TO FREIBURG’S FOOTBALL SCENE: SC FREIBURG

If you were out at the streets of Freiburg centrum last Saturday (12.05.2018) to make the best of beautiful sunny weather, you must have seen all the Freiburg football club fans flooding to the Dreisam Stadium and then later partying all night. As someone who has nothing to do with football, I have researched the history and significance of the team for Freiburg. If you are also curious about the team’s history, philosophy, achievements, and importance for the community go ahead and read this post! Weiterlesen

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Important Things to Know If You Are A Working Student in Germany

Many of us work in part-time jobs to support ourselves or to gain work and life experience. But there are important rules to remember whether you are EU citizen or non-EU citizen while you are working as a student. You might know these if you are already working but they are still important to remember and for those who are considering to get a part-time job, this post is a must-read before you jump into the world of part-time jobs! Weiterlesen

Authentic German Pretzels Made in Ukraine

Some time ago I wrote about the things which are typically German (love it or hate it but that’s how it is) and one of those was German bakery. Yes, I do try (and quite successfully) to eat clean but if baker’s shops are just everywhere, it is kinda next to impossible to resist these tempting delicious smells out from there. So whenever I crave for something tasty and not really healthy, these pretty baker’s shops satisfy my desires. Weiterlesen

The perks of being a student in Germany

Admit it, being a student is always great. Lots of parties and fun, making new friends, tons of new experiences and a lot of opportunities, and this is just a couple of benefits of university life. But being a student in Germany can be even more wonderful as the list of the advantages goes far beyond. Apart from above mentioned perks there are some more which will make your student life truly unforgettable. Weiterlesen

10 Things to Know before Moving to Germany

So recently I have been rereading my previous posts and now it kinda feels that the things that were surprising or weird for me when I arrived to Germany are no longer so. I’m getting used to living here in this country, to all its traditions and customs. Fortunately, I can adjust to almost any conditions quite easily and I’m not likely to experience culture shock, but I feel obliged to give some advice to those who have decided to take a leap of faith and start a new life in this amazing country but still feel a bit confused or frustrated. Weiterlesen