The MASTER AND MORE fairs offer higher education institutions an ideal platform to reach prospective postgraduate students in several European countries.

Characteristic for our fairs are the strong focus on a specific target audience and the well informed visitors. The targeted matching of visitors and exhibitors ensures exhibiting institutions to find the right candidates for their postgraduate degree programmes.


What can you expect at MASTER AND MORE?

  • Exclusive target audience: 100% prospective postgraduate students
  • Targeted matching: Visitors receive a personalised fair magazine which guides them through the fair and helps them to find the universities/programmes matching with their interest. 
  • Lead collection system: To start the follow-up process and to efficiently stay in contact with prospective students after the fair, exhibitors have access to our easy to use online lead collection system.
  • Comprehensive fair package: At each fair location, institutions can book a fully-equipped booth. Exhibitors are also free to add a 20-minute presentation slot within our seminar programme.


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Fair locations and dates


Date: 25 October 2016, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Location: Diplomat Hotel Prague

Fair concept: Compact

Discover Prague after participating in our MASTER AND MORE postgraduate student recruitment fair

Magical, spectacular, enchanting – a fairytale told by Gothic cathedrals, Romanesque chapels, Baroque palaces and gardens, Art Nouveau buildings, and unique Cubist architecture. Prague is the final stop from our Central Europe student recruitment tour, we strongly recommend you to stay a day or two longer and experience Prague in all its glory.

Starting point is Charles Bridge (Karlův most), built in 1357. It will take you to the Old Town Square - a blend of restored architectural styles: Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and neo-styles and the Astronomical Clock, where you can enjoy the Walk of the Apostles every full hour. Next on the list is the breathtaking Prague Castle which is the largest coherent castle complex in the world, with an area of almost 70,000 m², according to the Guinness Book of World Records. If you’re curious to see where the coronations of Czech kings and queens took place be sure to visit the spectacular St. Vitus Cathedral.

Find out more about this beautiful city from local guides who organize free tours on a daily basis starting from different points but most commonly from the Old Town square. Varying from 2 to 3 hours, you will enjoy a walk through time and discover Prague’s history.

There are a number of modern shopping malls like Palladium, Nový Smíchov, Chodov, Arkády Pankrác and more. If you have taste for luxury, you should definitely go to Pařížská Street, home to many of the world’s top luxury brands. You can also find lots of antique and souvenir shops to buy a gift for friends and family.

Choose from a variety of beers or “pivo” (in Czech). Beer in Czech lands has a long history, with brewing taking place in Břevnov Monastery in year 993.
Order like a local in Czech language:
How to order a beer: Pivo, prosim (Beer, please)
Don’t forget to cheer: Na zdravi! (Cheers)

Traditional Czech cuisine mostly includes potatoes, bread, cabbage, meat (pork or beef) creamy sauces and side dishes, the most common and liked being dumplings. Dumplings (“knedliky”) are the Czech traditional side dish made from wheat or potato flour, boiled in water as a roll and then sliced and served hot. Make sure you are hungry before you order specialties such as marinated sirloin or roast pork with dumplings and cabbage. For desert you can try “Trdelnik”, a sweet pastry made from rolled dough, wrapped around a stick, then grilled and topped with a mixture of sugar and walnut.

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Date: 27 October 2016, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Location: JM Hotel

Fair concept: Compact

Discover Warsaw after participating in our MASTER AND MORE postgraduate student recruitment fair

It is 16:00 o’clock on 27th October, 2015 – the fair day has just ended, why go back to the hotel when you can experience the city. Let us take you around the birthplace of Chopin – a city with rich history, picturesque architecture, green parks and unique cuisine.

The Royal Łazienki Museum – experience the stunning interplay between magnificent architecture and breath-taking nature, occupying an area of nearly 80 hectares. The palace and garden complex will fascinate you and transcend you into a different era.

The Old Town – a must-see in Warsaw. Famously re-built after WWII and granted status as a UNESCO World Heritage, this cultural hotspot tells ancient history amongst galleries, cafés and restaurants.
TIP - don’t miss out on visiting St. Anne’s church, often not included in tourist guides. It has an incredible interior and a viewing terrace, revealing the most beautiful face of Warsaw.

Museum lovers can visit the Frederic Chopin Museum, Copernicus Science Centre; Museum of the Warsaw Uprising; Museum of the History of Polish Jews and many more.

Several specials that locals would recommend you to try out:
Pierogi - ranging from savoury to sweet, with different fillings like potato and chees, meat, cabbage, mushrooms, fruits or no filling at all.
Bigos – considered Poland's true national dish, fresh or fermented cabbage with whole or pureed tomato, cuts of meat (kielbasa or pork), finished off with honey and mushrooms.
Kiełbasa – Poland’s most exported and popular sausage of the spiced and smoked variety. If you're buying to take home we recommend: wiejska, krakowska, podwawelska, or z serem (stuffed with cheese).

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Date: 04 November 2016, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: MGC Messe

Discover Vienna after participating in our MASTER AND MORE postgraduate student recruitment fair

Vienna isn’t just another city – it is a journey through imperial history, astonishing variety of cultural and art treasures, exquisite architecture and design, depicted by many as a dream, a blend of sensations and a way of life. One carries forever the enchanting spirit of Vienna in one's soul.

Take a journey throughout centuries of history in Vienna with an exciting 5D cinema at the vaulted ceilings of St. Michael’s monastery on Habsburgergasse. Experience an entertaining trip back in time and get a glimpse of the way of life and scenery of this glorious city.

For more than 300 years the Viennese Fiakers have been inseparable part of everyday life. Today you can appreciate the city’s sights from the comfort of your seat in a fiaker. There is almost no cozier way to explore Vienna.

Vienna has it all – from spectacular Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau structures to modern top-class buildings by well-known architects awarded with the Pritzker Architecture Prize – the Nobel Prize in architecture. Must-see sights include: the Schönbrunn Palace, St. Stephen's Cathedral, the Imperial Palace – Hofburg, the Belvedere Palace and Museum, the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Schlosspark Schonbrunn, the Gothic revival Rathaus, the neoclassical Parlament, and Vienna's Ringstrasse, which provides space for a variety of monumental buildings worth seeing.

The city that was once home to Mozart, Strauss, Brahms and Beethoven continues to embrace their spirit and enchants you with heart melting music. The popular performances at the Staatsoper or the Musikverein sell out weeks (sometimes months) ahead so don’t forget to reserve a ticket in advance.

Be inspired by the magnificent panoramic view that will unfold before you from the viewing terrace or the Vienna ferris wheel. Enjoy a traditional meal based on regional high-quality products and experience the typical Viennese hospitality at the rotating restaurant of the Danube Tower.

Explore up-close a large variety of ocean inhabitants: black tailed sharks, white tailed sharks, morays, piranhas, blowfish, tropical freshwater and saltwater fishes and countless other types of fish at Austria’s largest aquarium. From the roof top Ocean'sky you can enjoy the splendid view of the city while having refreshments and snacks.

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MASTER AND MORE fair Cologne

Date: 12 November 2016, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: Xpost

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Our fair tour in Germany starts from Cologne – Germany's fourth-largest city, located on both sides of the Rhine River. Join us for another unforgettable trip around the city.

The Cologne Dom, a Gothic masterpiece and Germany’s most visited landmark has become the emblem of the city. The most celebrated work of art in the cathedral is the Shrine of the Three Kings believed to hold the remains of the Three Wise Men. Nearby, there are the train station, Museum Ludwig and Romano-Germanic museum. Along the Rhine, the Old Town, together with the Cologne Dom, the Romanesque church Great St. Martin and the tower of the historic City Hall, make up the famous Rhine panorama. The Hohenzollern Bridge, a former train and pedestrian bridge, embellished with countless locks today showcases the hope for eternal love. Promenade towards the Rheinpark Park, Cologne Sculpture Park, and the Botanical garden or take the cable car straight to the Zoo.

Gain an insight into the history and art of chocolate manufacturing. The museum has on display historical chocolate machines and moulds for forming chocolate in different shapes, and a collection of historical chocolate vending machines. Inside, the 3-metre-high chocolate fountain will tempt you while the possibility to make your own chocolate will truly enchant you.

At 11 minutes past 11 on the 11th of the 11th month (November) around 70,000 carnival revellers will come together on Heumarkt square to mark the beginning of the Cologne carnival with parties on the streets, squares and in pubs. If you enjoy carnivals it is worth arriving a day or two before our postgraduate student recruitment fair for this memorable event.

Kölsch is both the name of the local dialect and the special beer only brewed in Cologne. Here, the beer is served in small glasses. Once your glass is empty, be sure to cover it with the beer coaster if you don’t want to drink more otherwise the waiter will bring you another glass.

Accompany your Kölsch with a Halber Meter Bratwurst (half a metre long bratwurst) or try out some of these local dishes: Halver Hahn (a rye roll with Dutch cheese, butter and mustard), Himmel un Ääd (a mixture of apple pieces and mashed potatoes), Kölsche Kaviar (black pudding, rye roll and onions), Rheinischer Soorbrode (a beef (sometimes horsemeat) dish with a special sauce of raisins, dumpling and red gabbage), Hämmche (boiled knuckle of pork, mashed potatoes and sauerkraut).

The best ice cream and coffee in town you will find in the Belgian district. At Salzgasse Street you will discover a plenty of Spanish and Mexican restaurants and Keupstraße will take you to “the small Istanbul” where you can enjoy Turkish cuisine from sweet pastries to specialties.

The heart of Cologne’s old town is filled with live jazz music coming from the oldest jazz club in Germany - Papa Joe’s Jazzlokal. Round off your night at this cozy place that serves different brewery specialities and meals but most importantly that enlightens your senses with live classical jazz music performed by local groups, cabaret, piano playing and vaudeville.

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MASTER AND MORE fair Stuttgart

Date: 18 November 2016, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: ICS Internationales Congresscenter Stuttgart

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Stuttgart is the capital and largest city of the state of Baden-Württemberg. Lying in the beautiful southwest region of Germany, enclosed by orchards and forest-covered hills the city will enchant you with its good wine, local and international cuisine, variety of cultural entertainment, expansive green areas and last but not least exquisite jewels of the automobile industry.

You can reach most of the beautiful sights of Stuttgart by foot. In a short time you can visit expansive squares, gorgeous castles and buildings of different architectural styles. If you don’t feel like walking, the public transport in Stuttgart is well organized and quite affordable.

The vast Schlossplatz is very much the focal point of the city. At its centre you will see the Jubilee Column, erected in 1841 to commemorate King William I's 25 years of rule. In terms of grandeur and magnificence the Neues Schloss or the New Castle truly stands out and dominates the space. Its late Baroque style provides a contrast with the medieval Altes Schloss or the Old Castle, built in the 10th century for the protection of the stud garden (which gave Stuttgart its name). Every year Schlossplatz is home to major outdoor events such as open-air concerts, children's fairs and parts of the Christmas market including an outdoor ice rink. The massive square hosts festivals throughout the year and is also home to a variety of street performers.

Königstrasse - one of Germany's longest and finest shopping thoroughfares, here you can find it all. The 1.1km long street is packed with shops, bars, theatres and restaurants making it easy to spend a full day in the area. From mainstream stores to independent traders, there is something for every taste.

Wilhelma is the only zoological botanical garden in Europe. Here you can appreciate the outstanding examples of Moorish architecture and will discover more than 10,000 animals, exotic plants, and garden art exhibits as well as many beautiful hiding places to relax. It is the perfect place for a visit with the family.

3 in 1
Stuttgart's premier cultural center, the Staatstheater is actually a three-branch-theatre complex and represents the largest theatre of its kind in Europe. It forms part of the Stuttgart Opera, the Stuttgart Ballett and the Stuttgart Drama Theatre. Be sure to plan a visit to this multi-cultural place and enjoy a beautiful ballet or theater production.

The Mercedes-Benz Museum proudly tells and showcases its 125 years of auto history through more than 160 vehicles and over 1500 exhibits at the museum. You will experience a unique journey through automotive history covering a floor space of 16,500 square metres in a state-of-the-art building. The nearby Untertürkheim diesel engine factory is also open for tours, and the Porsche Museum, with its exquisite collection of more than 300 restored vehicles, is also worth the visit. Get inspired by Porsche’s history and by the collection of more than 80 vehicles spread on 5,600 square metre exhibition area.

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Date: 22 November 2016, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Location: Joy Station

Fair concept: Compact

Discover Sofia after participating in our MASTER AND MORE postgraduate student recruitment fairs

"The city that grows but does not age" is the motto of Sofia, Europe’s second oldest capital city. Layers of civilization cover the largest city in Bulgaria. Sofia looks back at almost 7000 years of history and Greek, Roman, Ottoman and Soviet influence, evident through its numerous churches and monuments.

The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral was erected in honour of the Russian Emperor Alexander the Second, known as the Tsar – Liberator from Ottoman Domination. The Neo-Byzantine style cathedral unfolds a breath-taking and majestic view with its surface area of 3,170sqm. Inside the cathedral crypt you could find one of the largest collections of Orthodox icons.
Tip: While in the neighbourhood, visit the Parliament Square, the main Building of Sofia University, the National Library, the ornately-decorated National Theatre and the Old City Garden across from the former Royal palace.

Slightly smaller, yet not less impressive are the Saint Sofia Church, the Saint George Rotunda Church and Boyana Church – ancient churches dating back to Roman and Byzantine time, covered with well preserved layers of frescoes are thought to be the most comprehensive representation of East European art.

A mosque, a Catholic cathedral, an orthodox church and a synagogue, all four within few minutes’ walk of each other in the very centre of Sofia are forming the so called Square of Tolerance. Each of them has a story to tell and all of them are equally respected by the Bulgarians. The 16th century Banya Bashi Mosque, designed by the great Ottoman architect, Mimar Sinan is the only remaining example in Bulgaria of a domed roof on a cubic base.
The Sveti Yosif (Saint Joseph) Catholic Cathedral was completely destroyed in a bombing during WW2 and was rebuilt only recently. The synagogue is the biggest Sephardic temple in Europe. The roof of the Sveta Nedelya Cathedral was blown up in an assault against the Bulgarian monarch Tsar Boris III, carried out by the Communist Party in 1925.

Sofia has museums and galleries for every taste at affordable prices. From the National Archaeological Museum through the Museum of Socialist Art to the National Museum of history – just take a pick. The galleries offer a chance to enjoy simultaneously the local and foreign, the traditional and contemporary art.

One of the symbols of Sofia is Vitosha Mountain and its highest peak Cherni Vruh which are situated in the outskirts of the capital. The Vitosha Mountain does not only reveal a stunning and majestic view but also provides opportunities for hiking, alpinism, skiing and snowboarding.

Bulgarian cuisine is combining the rich influence of the Ottoman Empire with a provincial cooking style that uses Bulgaria’s fresh vegetables and flavour-packed herbs to the fullest. A must-try is home-made sheep cheese, slow-baked stews in ramekins and the various vegetarian dishes available as well different kinds of pastry - mostly eaten at breakfast.
Tip: What better way to experience Bulgarian culture than to visit a Mehana (Bulgarian tavern) and to enjoy Bulgarian meals and beverages while witnessing the enchanting folklore dances and songs Bulgaria has to offer. The swift dance Rachenitsa impresses the observer with fascinating footwork and flirty hand and head gestures. The most exotic of all is the Nestinarstvo – a barefoot dance performed on embers - a unique mixture of Eastern Orthodox beliefs and older pagan traditions and a truly memorable experience.

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Date: 24 November 2016, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: Hotel MOA Berlin

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Berlin – visit the capital and cultural centre of Germany, known for its diverse art scene, architecture and enjoy your Christmas time in Berlin to the maximum.

There is so much so see and learn about Berlin. We highly recommend attending one of the so called walking tours, where a local guide takes you through the city, shows you all important but also hidden treasures, explains the historical background and recommends the best spots to dine. You can choose among tours focused on history, culture, street art or try the Trabi tour – do you remember the Trabant car typical for the period of 1960-1990?

If you decide to walk through the city on your own, we would recommend not to miss out on the most famous historical monuments of Berlin. The Reichstag building with its magnificent top glass floor with amazing view (book your ticket ahead), Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin wall and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.

Located on the Spree River, the Museum Island is a place to be for all Museum geeks. The Pergamon Museum is one of the five museums on the island and every year, more than a million of people enter its gates to see Antiquity Collection, Islamic Art Museum and The Middle East Museum.

The nightlife in Berlin has a long and rich tradition. There are countless clubs, bars or just random places with diverse music; it doesn’t matter if you like to listen to jazz or techno, there is a place in Berlin for everyone. The nightlife starts rather late around midnight but most of the clubs are open until the morning. We would recommend starting at one of these locations: Kastanienallee, Kollwitzplatz or Hackescher Markt.

There are shopping malls in Berlin, but what you should consider too is visiting one of many flea markets happening regularly in Berlin every week. You will find everything you can or cannot imagine - unique, artistic, old-fashioned stuff for good prices and delicious homemade food.

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MASTER AND MORE fair Hanover

Date: 29 November 2016, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: Hannover Congress Centrum

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Welcome to Hannover – an important commercial, festival and trade fair center, home of Oktoberfest Hanover and the Hanover Schützenfest, the world's largest marksmen's gathering.

Follow the "Red Thread"
4200 metres long Red Thread, painted on the pavement, weaves its way through the inner city joining up 36 prime attractions. At the Tourist Information office you can buy an informative brochure (3EUR) describing all buildings and monuments you meet along the way. A self-guided tour, which is not only easy to follow but also, gives you the freedom to discover the city at your own pace with your family, friends or on your own.

A view of the city
Explore the New City Hall where you will be astonished by the Wilhelmine period architecture. At the main floor of the City Hall you will witness the transformation of the city throughout its dynamic history visualized by miniature models of Hannover. Experience the thrill of riding the unique elevator that lifts passengers at a sloped angle to the dome’s viewing platform. The panoramic view of the city is at the top, but the journey there is exciting on its own.

Recreational activities
Only a few minutes’ walk from the centre is the urban artificial lake Maschsee - a popular recreation area for walkers, joggers, romantic strolls, family picnic or pedal boat races. When the lake freezes the city authorities hoist a flag to welcome locals and visitors of the city to go onto the ice and enjoy some ice skating or even ice hockey. Another perfect place for long romantic walks and talks among a fairy-tale like scenery are the magnificent Herrenhausen Gardens and the recently rebuilt Herrenhausen Palace.

Not just another visit to the Zoo
Founded in 1865 on the edge of Eilenreide park, Hanover Zoo is visited by half a million people each year drawn by the variety of different fun activities. Be sure to devote a whole day to the Zoo and spend a dun and educational time with your family. Explore the different continents and their animals; take a boat ride on the Zambezi River through the open cages of animals. Appreciate the beauty of the Winter Zoo with its Christmas themes and activities and leave with the feeling of having had been a part of a world-round show tour.

Christmas shopping
Visit the big Christmas Markets in the Old Town, the city centre and the Lister Meile. What a better souvenir or a gift than a beautiful Christmas ornament that will decorate your Christmas tree and will remind you of the time spent in Hanover. Don’t miss out to look around the Old Town where you will enjoy the lovely Marktplatz, the 15th-century Late Gothic Old Town Hall, the Neo-Gothic Market Fountain built in 1881 and the Market Church, with its impressive 97-meter-high tower.

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MASTER AND MORE fair Amsterdam

Date: 01 December 2016, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Location: Het Sieraad

Fair concept: Compact

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Commonly known as Venice of the North, Amsterdam is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. This vibrant and cultural city offers something for every taste: art and history, partying and festivals, or just the relaxing charm of an old European city.

Amsterdam is home to a large number of museums, most famous of which are located at the Museumplein. No trip to the city is complete without stopping by the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum or Stedelijk Museum, but the city also has a multitude of treasures outside of the Museum District like Hermitage Museum, Anne Frank Museum, Museum of Madame Tussauds, Royal Palace of Amsterdam and many more.

The museum is home to a permanent collection of diamond jewellery but also hosts interesting temporary exhibitions. Come visit and learn more about diamonds and Amsterdam’s role as an important diamond centre for more than four centuries.

There are various ways to explore the city’s sights by water.  
Canal boat tour is a great way to spend the day and see Amsterdam in a lazy way with refreshment in hand. If you’re feeling active you can rent a paddle boat and be your own guide and determine your own tour.

It is a self-guided interactive journey through the world of Heineken – discover the history of the company, the brewing process, the special taste of the brand and learn how to draught the perfect Heineken.
Tip: You can download the free Heineken experience app which will guide you through the exhibition.

Take a tour through the world’s oldest distilling company celebrating the original Dutch spirit, Genever, and its many flavoured offshoots. Founded in 1575 by Lucas Bols, this interactive museum and tasting room provides an insight into the ancient and very Dutch art of distilling. Round off the visit with a delicious cocktail.

Famous festivals and events in Amsterdam include: Koningsdag (named Koninginnedag until the crowning of king Willem-Alexander in 2013) (King's Day - Queen's Day); the Holland Festival for the performing arts, attracting international artists and visitors from all over Europe; the yearly Prinsengrachtconcert (classical concerto on the Prinsen canal) in August; the annual Uitmarkt, which is a three-day cultural event at the start of the cultural season in late August, offering previews of many different artists such as musicians and poets.

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MASTER AND MORE fair Frankfurt

Date: 03 December 2016, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: Goethe University Frankfurt

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Frankfurt am Main is the fifth-largest city in Germany with great fair tradition – Messe Frankfurt (Frankfurt Trade Fair) is one of the world’s largest trade fair. MASTER AND MORE is coming to Frankfurt at St. Nicholas day, you can take an advantage of it and enjoy the Christmas vibes around to the fullest.

Christmas carols, church bells, smell of roasted chestnuts, cinnamon stars and mulled wine all together with an enchanting atmosphere is awaiting you in Frankfurt. The market is open every day until 9 p.m.; moreover you can hear three times per day beautiful Carillon of the St. Nicholas’ Church consisting of 47 small bells.

Enjoy a lovely walk along the River Main and appreciate the Frankfurt city skyline. Romantic in every season, the river side with plenty of trees offers you an escape from more hectic centre. If you come there in the night, the city will illuminate in front of you and your view will be just unforgettable.

Have you ever imagined what it is to live without your eyesight? The Dialog Museum reveals the life in the dark in a whole new perspective – through your own senses. You are led around totally dark rooms by a guide who himself is a blind person. Using a cane, his voice and sometimes a wall you can experience being outside in the woods, on the street, at the food market or in a cafe where you can order food and snacks and even on a boat ride.
Do not miss out on this unique and awakening experience when visiting Frankfurt. Guides are in English upon request and reservations in advance are necessary to enjoy this wonderful exhibition.

The sausage is one of the oldest forms of processed food and today we present you one of its varieties - the Frankfurter Würstchen (little Frankfurter sausage). This thin, boiled sausage of smoked pork is originally served with potato salad but if you don’t have time for a whole meal you can also find it in a hot dog, sold around the city. Frankfurt is traditionally credited with originating the frankfurter but there are different theories regarding its origin. One of them tells that it was created by butcher Johann Georghehner in the late 1600's. He lived in Coburg but traveled to Frankfurt to promote his new product. Whatever the story behind its origin is, we are happy to be able to enjoy its rich taste today.
If you feel rather thirsty, look for an apple wine regionally known as Ebbelwoi. In the area of Frankfurt, you can taste Speierling - a special type of apple wine with added berries from the tree Sorbus domestica.

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MASTER AND MORE fair Hamburg

Date: 09 December 2016, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Location: CCH - Congress Center Hamburg

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Known as a major port city in northern Germany, Hamburg offers many spots to see and things to do. Read about the main attractions below and plan your free time in Hamburg with us.

The world’s largest model railway attraction is rated by many as a „the no.1 must see attraction” and we can only agree. On 6 400 m2 floor space, you can glimpse on the Alps, Austria, Hamburg, America, Scandinavia or the Hamburg Airport. Reserve a ticket beforehand to avoid waiting and enjoy this magical place with detailed miniature landscapes.

Once you are in Hamburg, you shouldn’t miss the Germany’s largest port, so called “Gateway to the World”. The port is located on the river Elbe and connects it with the North Sea. You can take a boat tour or just wander around; sunset over big ships would be a marvellous moment to remember.

The Sea location of the city has another advantage – fresh and delicious sea food! If you can handle a bit of smell, direct your steps to the fish market – it opens every Sunday. Once you sit in a restaurant, look for a local delicatessen and enjoy the taste of fresh fish or a sea food.

Outer Alster Lake is an artificial lake located in the city centre of Hamburg. The lake with its shores is used by the locals as well as tourists for water sports and recreational activities. If the weather is nice, have a picnic and enjoy the walk of almost 8 km around the lake with beautiful view.

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MASTER AND MORE fair Münster

Date: 14 January 2017, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: Mensa am Ring

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The cultural centre of the Westphalia region, the bicycle capital of Germany and Germany’s Climate Protection Capital, the City of the Westphalian Peace, the first German city to have won the Gold LivCom Award in Niagara/Canada or in short the city of Münster.

Art and culture
More than 30 museums welcome you to explore the city: the Museum of Pablo Picasso, where you can enjoy his graphic works; the LWL Museum for Art and Culture; the Museum of Lacquer Art which exhibits a superb samples of lacquer artwork from all across the globe; Mühlenhof - the open-air museum showcases historic half-timbered buildings and windmills from the 17th to 19th centuries. Munster’s theatre scene is also quite diversified - Theater Münster, GOP Varieté-Theater, Theater im Pumpenhaus, Wolfgang-Borchert-Theater, Boulevard Münster in the Königspassage and more.

Cycle like the locals
Münster has been named the most bicycle-friendly city in Germany. The popular "Promenade" is a green belt that encompasses the old town with its double-rowed lime tree avenue. It is an important transportation corridor for all those travelling by foot, bicycle or inline skates.

London style sightseeing
The “Münster bus”, double-decker hop on – hop off bus, will show you around the city and the multilingual audio guide will tell you its history. Daily ticket will cost you 9,50 €.

Münster's historical City Hall - a gothic building from the mid-14th century, home to the Hall of Peace where the Spanish-Dutch Peace was signed. Muenster Cathedral (St. Paulus Dom) - along with the City Hall, it is one of the symbols of the city. It was built in the 13th century, representing a mixture of late Romanesque and early Gothic styles. The cathedral stands in the heart of the city, on a small hill called Horsteberg, which is encircled by the Roggenmarkt, Prinzipalmarkt and Rothenburg streets and by the Münstersche Aa River. Do not miss out on visiting also: St Lambert's Church, The Dominican Church, St. Clemens' Church, Carillons, Erbdrostenhof Palace, the Residence palace, Municipal library, the Botanical Garden.

A shopping day on Prinzipalmarkt
With its medieval colonnades and pedestrian shopping, the Prinzipalmarkt is the best shopping area of the city. Round off the experience with Westphalian meals and drinks at the Kuhviertel - Münster’s historical bar district.

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Date: 20 January 2017, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: MTC World of Fashion

Discover Munich after participating in our MASTER AND MORE postgraduate student recruitment fair

Third largest city in Germany and the capital of Bavaria located north from the Bavarian Alps will host the Masters fair in January. Enjoy the winter atmosphere and discover the best of the city, there is so much to see!

Munich is known for its beer tradition and it is a home of many beer-halls, beer-gardens as well as the world famous Oktoberfest. Hear the story of German brewing with almost 3000 years old tradition, take a look at the beer production process and taste different samples of this so called liquid bread. You can book a tour or visit the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum on your own.

If you will be passing by the city centre, stop at the Marienplatz and take a moment to sink into persistent spectacular atmosphere. The town hall is an architectural jewel and indeed it is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. Moreover, you can hear famous “Glockenspiel” coming from the tower which you can also visit for a small entrance and have the whole city at your fingertips.

Whether you are a car fan or not, the BMW World and BMW Museum is a place for everyone. From kids to grandparents, everyone will be impressed by the historical vehicles as well as the new design and technologies. But it is not only about watching! You can test your driving skills on multiple simulators; enjoy a test drives or just sit in the car for a moment.

Feel the spirit of 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. Walk through multiple sports areas, stadium or a swimming hall and try to picture if crowded with athletes and overwhelmed fans. The Olympic tower is also open and allows its visitors to see the whole park from above. If you enjoy winter sports, try ice skating in the park, the vibes of the place are memorable and you will definitely enjoy it.

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MASTER AND MORE fair Düsseldorf

Date: 05 May 2017, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: BouiBouiBilk

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Düsseldorf is a city located on the West of Germany, in the North Rhine-Westphalia region. It is well known as an international business centre, moreover has developed an impressive cultural and fashion scene. Take a look at our tips and experience the best of Düsseldorf!

The Rhine Tower is not only the tallest building in the city but also the world’s largest digital clock. You can enjoy a spectacular view - the windows in the viewing deck are placed in a steep angle allowing you to look straight down. The tower is 234 m tall so you can see it, especially in the night when it lights up in blue, from further distance.

One of the oldest areas of the city is called Kaiserswerth. You can explore ruins of the legendary Emperor Frederick Barbarossa Royal Palace and other historical monuments. In a contrast to it, you shouldn't miss great modern architecture in the area called Neue Zollhof. We would in particular recommend passing by the three buildings designed by Frank Gehry, a famous Canadian architect.

There are just few people, who wouldn’t turn their heads when a shiny vintage car is passing by. For the others, there is a unique vehicle collection to see in the Classic Remise. You will find garages, services and dealers for classic cars, shops, model cars and accessories under one roof. Discover the old beauty and who knows; maybe you will be leaving with your new car keys….

Wildpark is a unique place where you can see more than 100 animals in almost 40 hectares of a land. It is not a typical ZOO, the animals are freely moving around the park so don’t be surprised when a deer or a walks to you craving for something to snack. If you are in Düsseldorf with children, the wildpark should be on your “to do” list.

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MASTER AND MORE fair Leipzig

Date: 09 May 2017, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: Congress Centre Leipzig

Discover Leipzig after participating in our MASTER AND MORE postgraduate student recruitment fair

Leipzig – Saxony's largest and coolest city, a city of history, a trade-fair mecca, a city of music. Don't be surprised if you catch yourself humming a melody as you walk around the city - over 500 composers have lived and composed in Leipzig throughout the centuries. Come along with us on a musically enriched journey around the city.

City of Music
One of the city’s greatest sons and the most influential composer of the High Romantic era, Richard Wagner, was born, studied and composed in Leipzig. Johann Sebastian Bach was also actively involved in Leipzig’s musical life from 1723 until his death in 1750. He was responsible for the services and special ceremonies at the churches of St. Nicholas and St. Thomas.
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy established the first German music conservatory here in 1843. As Leipzig's most important Gewandhaus Kapellmeister, he was responsible for completely reforming the musical life of the city, and he instigated the Bach renaissance in Germany. Clara Schumann is the most famous of all Leipzig's female musicians. At the age of 9 she gave her first performance at the Gewandhaus and 7 years later she was already one of the finest pianists in Europe. Robert Schumann came to Leipzig to study law but after only a year, he abandoned law in favour of music. His love for music led him to his other great love - Clara Schumann.

The landmark of Leipzig is the 'Battle of the Nations memorial' - a 96 m high monument that commemorates the 100th Anniversary of Napoleon's defeat at the Battle of the Nations in Leipzig in 1813. Overcome the challenging 500 steps to the top to be rewarded with a spectacular view of the city. Most of the city’s sights are located within walking distance, e. g. the Old City Hall, St. Thomas Church, St. Nicholas Church, diverse museums and galleries. Cultural enjoyment is provided by the Gewandhaus, the Leipzig Opera or the world-famous St. Thomas Boys Choir.

Experience the beautiful sights of Leipzig in the iconic Trabi car- the symbol of the former East Germany. Meaning "satellite" or "companion" in German, the name was inspired by Soviet “Sputnik”. In the past you had to wait for 15 years to get a Trabi, today you can fully enjoy driving the two-stroke engine car with the Trabant city tour.

Plagwitz – the first large-scale industrial area in Germany to be planned from scratch and the engine of Leipzig's industry for 150 years. Nowadays the architecture has been renovated and looks highly impressive against the backdrop of the Karl Heine Canal. It is a favorite place for professional artists and people with creative flair or bohemian lifestyle. Karl-Heine-Straße is the main street on which you will find cafes, shops and bars. The other busy street in Plagwitz is Zschochersche Straße – lots of great Asian restaurants and the Elster-Passage shopping centre. In the very west of Plagwitz is the famous Spinnerei - former massive cotton factory reclaimed as an artist and artisan community with numerous galleries and exhibition halls.

Leipzig has a proud history of cabaret clubs. They offer great and affordable fun and are home to all sorts of artists, including comedians, singers, dancers, magicians, actors and, of course, political satire. Crown your trip with an unforgettable experience at one of the many cabaret clubs.

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MASTER AND MORE fair Nuremberg

Date: 11 May 2017, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: Arena Nürnberg

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