Drexel University will host the 2018-19 academic year at its new residence in Cologne, where it will house students studying abroad, in a move that could significantly boost the number of international students in the city.
Drexel said it had been planning the move for two years.
The move will give the university the opportunity to recruit more students to the university, who will also be able to study at a new residence for the first time in the past 10 years.
The move comes after the city’s university announced it will host a study abroad programme this year.
The university said the move was not an official decision but was in line with the citywide desire for students to be able study abroad for study, and the desire of students to have an opportunity to live and work in Germany.
In 2017, the university moved its residence from a new location in Berlin to its current location in Cologne.
Drexels new residence, known as the Drexell Campus, is a two-year residential campus that will house up to 20 students.
The University of Cologne will host an academic year in 2019-20, which will take place in Cologne at the university’s new residence.
“Drexell has been committed to providing an attractive campus environment for international students and it’s important that our campus in Cologne is open to all students,” Drexler Professor of Global Studies Christopher C. Taggart said in a statement.
As part of the move, the new residence will become the new home for the international study programme.
Drexler will be hosting an academic programme for its students, who come from all over the world.
The new Drexeling University in Cologne will become home for a study in the German language, German culture and literature, as well as a study and internship programme in Germany and abroad.
Students will study at the new Dresden Campus, which is set to open in 2020.
Cologne, which was home to the University of Chicago until the 1990s, is one of Germany’s largest and most dynamic cities.
A total of 1,100 international students will live in the Cologne area.
The city’s universities are the only institutions to host a significant number of students.
It is also the only city to offer a university study abroad program, according to the US Department of State.
Czech Republic’s Universitets Prague and University of the Czech Republic Prague are among the top 10 universities that offer study abroad programs in the country.