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Made in Germany | The Bremen Campus - Tomorrow's Managers 2

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Uploaded on Jul 25, 2008

Chemistry, electrical engineering, marine microbiology - students at Jacobs University in Bremen, north Germany are certainly not just primed for big business. They are trained to manage the problems of tomorrow. That means more is now required of international students - who in turn have their own expectations of training courses and university studies in Germany.

In the second part of this series, MADE IN GERMANY once again accompanies Logistics student Devashish from India, Social Science student Jan from Germany and Yetunde from Nigeria, who will soon be graduating in Biochemistry. This time, Jan is fighting for improvements at the local fitness center. But that's not the university's only expense. Millions have had to be invested in the science laboratories. And University Principal Joachim Treusch is accountable to his financial backers for every euro he spends. His biggest benefactor is a foundation set up by coffee magnate Klaus Jacobs, which donated 200 million euros to the university. It was the highest donation ever made to a German university. More from our campus reporters Wolf Gebhardt and Michael Wetzel.

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