was been plenty of talk of a possible merger of the Landauer-site with the Technical University (TU) of Kaiserslautern. Some of the scientists, students, representatives, and politicians had urged a speedy decision. Secretary of science Salvatore Barbaro (SPD) had reported last Friday in the science Committee of the Landtag in Mainz, that the state government was in the final vote.
The high school programme for the future, ahead of a report by experts, including recommendations for the further development of the higher education landscape was gone. They had these analysed for a year and saw, among other things, pent-up demand for collaborations, in order to make universities more competitive. Another Council of the Commission of experts to the country to draw up an overall strategy to bring more international students to the Rhineland-Palatinate.
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