People: The Hollywood Star from the Main

Famous film music composer Hans Zimmer is sending his songs out on tour in Germany. So who is this retiring Frankfurt citizen who has had such a glowing career in Hollywood? There are countless variations to the soundtrack of Hans Zimmer’s life. The best-known is the one that tells the Hollywood story, with him winning... Continue Reading →

Christmas around the world

When the first Christmas carols ring out in the radio, everything is decorated with trees, candles and strings of lights illuminate windows - then you know Christmas is not far away. At least that applies to FrankfurtRheinMain. We love the last days before Christmas in the region with its gingerbread, Christmas markets and mulled wine.... Continue Reading →

Quarterly: FrankfurtRheinMain in the media

Media shape images in the public eye. How the national and international dailies and magazines view current developments in the FrankfurtRheinMain region.   “Neeyamo signs Letter of Intent of Investment in FrankfurtRheinMain” India Today on the plans by Indian software corporation Neeyamo Enterprise Solutions to locate to FrankfurtRheinMain.   “Cyber security: National centre in Darmstadt”... Continue Reading →

Moving to FrankfurtRheinMain

Flat, apartment or house? As soon as the idea of moving has been conceived, whether for professional or private reasons, the question arises as to which is the best place to live. As in every country, also in Germany there are certain characteristics and procedures for finding your future home. Some things may be different,... Continue Reading →

International Baccalaureate Program

What is IB? When talking about international schools a term appearing very often related to that is “IB” – what exactly this means and which schools in the FrankfurtRheinMain offer the IB program will be explained in the following: The IB program The International Baccalaureate or IB is a special educational program designed for students... Continue Reading →

Looking for a school in FrankfurtRheinMain One challenge of families moving to Germany is finding a school that suits best the children’s needs. Therefore, they have the choice between the German public school system and private alternatives. Public schools vs. International schools Initially need to be said that the German education system is very different... Continue Reading →

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