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Education in Schleswig-Holstein
Education starts early in Schleswig-Holstein so that even very young children are provided for. There are over 1,600 kindergartens for children under the age of 6. All of them offer special programs to support children with little knowledge of German, which helps them to begin school successfully.
Education starts early in Schleswig-Holstein so that even very young children are provided for © Stephanie Hofschläger/www.pixelio.de
Every child who turns six before June 30 begins compulsory education in the same year. All children attend a Grundschule, the German expression for primary school, for the first four years and then move on to a secondary school. In Schleswig-Holstein there are Gemeinschaftsschulen, i.e. comprehensive schools of a new type, as well as regional schools, which go by the German name Regionalschule. In addition, parents can also decide to have their children attend a traditional grammar school, called Gymnasium in German. By now, every third school is an all-day school, providing a wide range of options like school lunches, homework supervision or music groups, for example.
Institutions of Higher Education
There are 9 public institutions of higher learning in Schleswig-Holstein.The scenery of the universities in Schleswig-Holstein is manifold: There are several public and private universities of applied sciences in addition to three universities, an academy of arts, and a college of music.
The European Dimension
European integration calls on Europe’s citizens to take a fresh look at their specific national history and traditions. It is the schools’ responsibility to raise awareness about the close ties between European peoples and nations and the new structures of their relations.
Ministry for Education and Culture
Brunswiker Straße 16-22
Telephone: +49 431 988-0
Telefax: +49 431 988-5815
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