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Graduate survey: Studies at KU perform far above average

Looking back on their studies, how do graduates evaluate their studies at Bavarian universities and higher education institutions? This is examined annually by the Bavarian State Institute for Higher Education Research and Planning. Also in the most recent survey conducted among Bavarian graduates, former KU students emphasize that, on average, they are significantly more satisfied than alumni of other universities.

Deutschlandticket now available for students

From October 1, 2023, all students in Bavaria will be offered the Germany-wide public transport ticket "Deutschlandticket" for the reduced price of 29 euros per month. KU students can purchase the discounted Deutschlandticket from mid-September via the online shop of the Ingolstadt transport association "Verkehrsverbund Großraum Ingolstadt" (VGI).

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[Translate to Englisch:] Fakten vs Fakenews

Project investigates connection between disinformation and emotion

What makes people particularly susceptible to disinformation and how can we prevent falling for it? These questions are the focus of the new research…

[Translate to Englisch:] Urlaub

Connecting spaces of everyday life and vacation: Chair of Tourism at the KU exists for 20 years

"Travel and tourist behavior are a reflection of society, and if society is subject to partly fundamental transformation processes, this is…

[Translate to Englisch:] Dürre

Extreme weather in Antiquity: Between belief in gods, science and prevention

Storm gusts and heavy rain, heat waves and large-scale forest fires – extreme weather conditions can currently be observed around the globe.…

[Translate to Englisch:] Die Literaturwissenschaftlerin Dr. Laura Febres aus Venezuela (rechts) mit ihrer Mentorin Prof. Dr. Miriam Lay Brander, Direktorin des Zentralinstituts für Lateinamerikastudien der KU und Inhaberin des Lehrstuhls für Romanische Literaturwissenschaften II an der KU.

"I am grateful to be able to move and think freely": Historian from Venezuela conducts research at the KU

Venezuela was once considered a prosperous country, not only in South America. But for years, the state is stuck in a deep economic crisis, and 80…

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