Mülheim an der Ruhr
The team in Mülheim consists of 4 students of the class "GO13A". Our names are Mirco Lanzerath, Niklas Wölki, Dilara Imer and Jan Vogelsang. Flory Kalenga, born in the Democratic Republic of Congo is now a student at our International Class. He supports us continuously with his inside-advice.
The name of our College is BK-Lehnerstraße. This is a College emphazining on economical teaching, where students can graduate with an diploma or an apprenticeship as office workers or bank clerks, etc. Our school participated in a lot of international projects already and this is our recent.
We live in the city of Mülheim an der Ruhr. An der Ruhr means on the Ruhr and the Ruhr is the name of the river crossing our city and splitting it into two parts. Mülheim is a small city, with many kind and friendly people and historic sights like the Schloß Broich, which translates into Castle Broich, an old post station, the MüGa (Mülheimer Garten/Garden of Mülheim) and many others.
For further information please refer to the official homepage of our city Mülheim an der Ruhr: Also feel free to take a look at some licence free pictures we uploaded into the Material section.
We are fourth year students of the school Caio Plinio Secondo, which is a technical and economical institute with different sectors of economic studies.The name of our school is Caio Plinio Secondo. Our school is quite old: it was founded in 1865 by King Vittorio Emanuele II. It is situated in the center of Como. We are part of the S.I.A course, which is short for business information systems. In our future job we will be asked to create company programs for information technology.
Como is located in Lombardy, in the north of Italy, on the border to Switzerland. It is famous for its lake and the beauty of the old wall city. Take a look at some pictures we took of Como and the lake in the Material section.
People in Como have a reputation for being nice and friendly.
In order to work together we created 4 international groups.
Last editor: Mirco Lanzerath