What is the Relation Between Closed Shops on Sundays, Religion and Respect of the Individual?

Sunday morning I spent some time searching for an open bakery in the center of Bonn in order to buy the freshly baked bread for the Christmas Eve dinner. For the next three days, Germany will not show any signs of life – the streets are empty, all the businesses and shops, including the supermarkets, are closed. That is the law.  

In Germany, as in many other European countries, the religion keeps playing an important social role, so numerous laws and rules apparently still based on religious grounds.


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Part 2. Education process

In the previous part, I compared different educational systems when it comes to the access to higher education and motivation of students.

Today, I´ll juxtapose the different learning environments that I have experienced myself and that, in my opinion, could play a role in determining the quality of education.

University of Bonn

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What Determines The Quality And Effectiveness Of The Higher Education? (Part 1)

I´ve had a chance to study at 4 different universities in 4 countries. Hence, the higher education is an important and interesting subject to me.

I cannot say that “university tourism” was part of my plans, but I don’t regret anything. Far from it, I actually think I hit the jackpot; not everyone has the opportunity to learn for a long time, in different contexts and circumstances.

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