Hamburg is a great place for raising and educating children, with kitas and schools in any neighbourhood. Learn all the basic facts to keep track of the education system.
Can I send my child to child care in Hamburg? What kinds of child care are there? And what does 'kita' even mean? See our brief overview.
Finding the right kita for your child can be tricky. Here is some useful information on how to find the right kind of care for your child.
Hamburg has its own programme to ensure the best possible care for every child: the kita voucher. Read all you need to know.
Hamburg’s day-care facilities offer various ranges of care hours for your children. See here for a helpful summary.
All children from birth up to the age of 18 years are entitled to receiving child benefit. Additional, the state supports low income families with child supplement.
All students start school by attending primary school. Afterwards, they can enrol in different types of secondary schools.
In Hamburg, your child has the opportunity to attend a bilingual class where students are educated in two languages from day one.
The JIZ information centre provides young adults with information on school and education, university, vocational training, professional work, and many other topics.
Hamburg is a great city for higher education. Here is a guide to Hamburg's universities and colleges, including enrollment and fees.
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The Landeszentrale für politische Bildung provides residents with information and support on all matters of civic education.