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Expat Report Review of International School Hannover Region ISHR in Hannover, Germany was published
Review-of-International School Hannover Region ISHR
What advice would you give to someone considering enrolling their child in this school?
Think twice about going to ISHR. We left it disappointed. (Continue)
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Jackal007 posted Bid Manager salary on the Germany forum:
Hello, Let me explain my situation: Diplomas: Engineer + Master 2 Management Experience: 1 year exp (same position) Position: Bid Manager City: Hanover Salary offered: I have been offered a salary of 47K (50k with bonuses) My questions: -> Is the salary in line with my profile and the proposed position? bid managers Salaries in Germany? -> Standard of living in Hannover (Accommodation + Leisure ...) thank you for your feedback.
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charliestrong replied to the thread Tools???? on the Germany forum:
charliestrong initially posted:
Getting ready to pack for the move. Question is, which part of my extensive (and heavy) tool collection to bring. -Ex. ANY SAE wrenches, ALL bit drivers?(square,hex,star etc,). Anything electrical ? As I am a Mechanic/Contractor/Handwerker, the thinking is to "only bring it if it's worth it ", because if it's as costly to ship as to replace, why bother? I will bring the basics as I will be looking at ANY work opportunity, but am wondering if anyone in "The Field " has any insight at all. Thank you for your time...M
charliestrong replied most recently with:
Thank you for the input,sorry it took a while to respond but the days are quite busy. I knew about the power tools, but still hard to part with certain things and just wanted to check..... Also thank you for the websites,I will look at them now. This site is great and will pay it forward in any way I can to any and all ex pats. M
khoemmen2 replied most recently with:
I live in Cologne and have managed various moves which require refitting wardrobes and kitchens. I would say you can leave all electrical and English tools at home since they either wont work (220V) or are not needed (metric). Anything else that is basically mechanical (hammer) or adjustable will work here. I would check the prices at BauHaus (http://www.bauhaus.info/produkte) and Obi (http://www.obi.de/decom/category/Technik/876) to see if the cost of replacement is less than the cost of transport. The technical level is the same or better than the USA. You could also put any questions into http://www.my-hammer.de/ (use google translator if you need help with German) Good Luck
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Hello, I'm in search of a mechanic or garage to work on a Mercedes Sprinter van for a charity rally to Mongolia. Our van is currently in Dormagen and I guess the two nearest cities are Cologne and Dusseldorf from which we could easily travel. I and another teammate arrive around June 10th and need to start getting the van ready for the 10K kilometer trip. Anyone with suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated as I have no clue. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Makrem92 posted Learn german in Braunscweig on the Germany forum:
Hi I'm makrem tunisian student and I plan to have this september a German inensive course in Braunschweig I really need help about best schools to learn german. thank you very much for replying
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horadada3 posted exchange spain to Germany on the Germany forum:
Hi to everyone. Would like to know if any expat with an apartment in Germany would consider a exchange for at least a year. We have a 3 bed two bathroom apartment near the stunning Costa Blanca sea. We are a couple with a 10 year old boy. We would like the boy to go to a school and learn the language. Would consider anywhere in Germany, just need a small town with the majority of people German. Thank you
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khoemmen2 replied to the thread Seeking Information--Cologne Germany on the Germany forum:
fjmparalegal initially posted:
Hello: Moving the wife and (two small children) to the Cologne Region. Will be teaching English and doing a DJ Business in the beginning; however, I am looking for "better" employment opportunities (full time) there. I am learning German; however, my skills are still very basic at the moment...I am a MBA Graduate, and I also fixed/painted cars for a number of years...Perhaps going to Mercedes...may work...Wanted to get a lay-out of the land there...Appreciate the feedback...
khoemmen2 replied most recently with:
Hi, I have been living in Cologne for a number of years and can tell you that there are 3 major options that come to mind 1. Chemicals (Bayer is HQ'd here), 2 Auto (Ford is HQ'd here) 3 TV and entertainment (many TV programs and film companies operate here). See the Cologne site (use Google translator to help)... http://www.stadt-koeln.de/wirtschaft/branchen/industrie Here are some search options. http://www.stepstone.de/ put in cologne or köln in the wo: (where) window. Also, there are a number of contract houses that service the auto industry that have many job options... http://www.bertrandt.com/en.html http://www.edag.de/en/karriere.html http://www.rle.international/de/karriere/ Good Luck. Cologne is a wonderful place to live.
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charliestrong replied to the thread temporary housing on the Germany forum:
charliestrong initially posted:
Hello, I am new to the site but am glad to be here. Planning the move to Baddenwurttemburg in 6 to 12 months. When we arrive we will need temporary housing, perhaps 2 or 3 months until we find a permanent residence. Any suggestions on a furnished monthly for a family of 4? Thank you in advance for any help at all........ M
charliestrong replied most recently with:
GREAT! Thank you for all of the advice.
charliestrong replied most recently with:
In the Freiburg area. We are still open to other surrounding areas. Thank you for your help, we will look into this web site!
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