Foreign PhDs in Germany

Signify nothing has a short post on weird German regulations regarding the use of “foreign” (non-German) academic titles, with further links. The bottom line is: after 70 years or so, it’s gone.

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  1. […] Posted on May 2, 2008 by Kai In a recent post, I have commented on a (now scrapped) law from the 1930s that made it technically illegal for “foreign” PhDs to use their titl…. A superficially similar case concerns the German citizenship law that was first enacted in 1913 […]

  2. […] a recent post, I have commented on a (now scrapped) law from the 1930s that made it technically illegal for “foreign” PhDs to use their titl…. A superficially similar case concerns the German citizenship law that was first enacted in 1913 […]

  3. […] a recent post, I have commented on a (now scrapped) law from the 1930s that made it technically illegal for “foreign” PhDs to use their titl…. A superficially similar case concerns the German citizenship law that was first enacted in 1913 […]

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