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Germany's mediocre universities On shaky foundations

Source: economist.com Posted By: Jerry 4134 days ago

The effort to improve German universities still has a long way to go.

THE IG FARBEN building in Frankfurt has a history. This is where Zyklon B gas, used at Auschwitz, was invented and Dwight Eisenhower later worked. Now it is part of an €1.8 billion ($2.5 billion) building project at Frankfurt’s Goethe University. Not for Goethe’s 35,000 students the grotty campuses of others: the “House of Finance” has a marble floor inspired by Raphael’s fresco “The School of Athens.”

Thousands of less coddled....

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