Stuttgart & Ain Shams Universities’ Student Experience: Life in Egypt

"How could I forgot it can be this cold in Stuttgart!", I mentally yelled at myself as I stepped out of the Airport this year in February after coming back from my 3rd semester in Cairo, ah my warm-sunny-20-degree yesterday. You usually do not reflect about your unusual experiences until that cold breeze slaps you in the face, but I just experienced living lengthy in two different countries of contrasting climates and culture while studying within two distinctive education systems (what is al...
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Short Profile: The Uni Library

Guardian of all printed knowledge: that’s the university library, also affectionately known as the ‘Bib’ from the German word Bibliothek. Students have free access to over one million books shared between two locations in Stuttgart. The building that houses the university library in the city center has existed in its current form since 1961. In what was at that time considered a pioneering departure, Hans Volkart constructed a building inspired by modern American libraries with public acc...
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Fit to Study: The University of Stuttgart’s Sports Program

The university is a place of teaching and research, which encourages a thirst for knowledge and promotes the sharing of knowledge. But it can do much more than that! You can train your mind as well as your body. For there will be hardly any other time in your life when you’ll have the luxury of trying out different sports – and on such a low budget too. This blog article is intended to provide information about the wide range of sports on offer at the University of Stuttgart. For most st...
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