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Your guidebook on staying at home: 15 cool things to do

  At this time, when the world has stopped for a second to catch a breath, we feel optimistic. It is important to understand – the situation that all of us are facing, while challenging, brings many opportunities along. There…

Female internationals in Germany: stories of success

Relocating to another country is certainly not an easy task. However, although often challenging, this experience also turns out to be very rewarding. By sharing the success stories of our friends, community members, and employees, we hope to encourage all…

Female ratio of international students in Germany | Fintiba Insights

For more than three years now, we have been accompanying international students on their way to Germany. During this time, we got to witness thousands of different stories, all of them unique and inspiring. Our database of internationals holds a…

#FeelsLikeHome Meetup – A Very International Christmas

Last Tuesday, the 10th of December, we have organised yet another Christmas get-together for our customers – a #FeelsLikeHome Meetup in the spirit of Germany’s most loved and celebrated holiday. Inspired by our Community motto #feelslikehome and its success in…

Buse Peker: “Since I arrived in Germany, I never had a problem with my health insurance”

Buse Peker, an international student from Turkey, is sharing insights about the German health insurance system and describes the benefits she has received with her health insurance from DAK.  Last year, after a long application period, I was admitted to…

How to reduce the hurdles for international students on their way to Germany – a policy paper by Fintiba together with Stifterverband

Students from non-EU countries are slowed down by administrative hurdles on their way to studying in Germany. Every third of them arrives in Germany after the beginning of the semester. This was the result of a study published by the…
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