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Arriving in Ulm as fast as possible: The International Salon is a great opportunity to get active and network with Internationals living in Ulm. A new format offers an opportunity to exchange ideas and make new friends.

New in Ulm? Would like to practice a foreign language? Enjoy meeting new people?

From east to west, from north to south – Thousands of monuments open on the 8th of September. The Day of the Open Monument, coordinated nationwide by the Deutsche Stiftung Denkmalsschutz, is Germany’s largest cultural event and invites you to spend a day experiencing our cultural heritage.

The 17th Kulturnacht (Culture Night) in Ulm and Neu-Ulm will take place on Saturday 16th September 2017. From noon until late into the night, different cultural organisations will offer a multifaceted cultural programme for every generation. Public transport that night will be free.

From May 24th to July 8th, 2017, the Friedrichsau area of Ulm will be transformed into to an extraordinary festival location. Rock, pop, indie, soul, hip-hop, jazz, world music, cabaret, comedy and variety performers will offer a diverse and colourful programme, with numerous free-of-charge entertainments including bands from the region, children´s performers and idyllic beer …

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One of the highlights of the University of Ulm’s Anniversary Year are the `ULM LECTURES´ by globally renowned researchers.

For 29 years, the Charivari Meeting Point at the Prittwitz Street Fortifications in Ulm has made a name for itself as a top music venue. Regularly throughout the year, the ‘Blues Days’ take place at this beautiful location.
Even if not every artist on the stage is familiar to you, you can count on the quality of music on offer, something particularly true of the 41st ´Blues Days` performances.

As of February 2017, the labour market is looking in good condition. The employment agency for the region of Ulm calculated that the number of unemployed people fell by 250 to 9,200. This led to a reduction of 0.1 per cent in the unemployment rate, bring it to 3.2 per cent. Once again, Ulm has the best employment rate in the State of Baden-Württemberg. In the Neu-Ulm district, the unemployment rate fell by 0.1 per cent to 2.6 per cent, compared with the preceding month.

“Preserving monuments together” is the theme of the European Heritage Day which will take place on 11 September 2016 throughout Germany. Its programme offers opportunities to visit buildings, monuments and sites, many of which are usually not accessible to the public. Numerous points of interest can be also visited free of charge in the Ulm region.

Four students at the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences have developed a city map of both cities including information on useful addresses and institutions. The project has been carried out in cooperation with refugees and representatives of the municipalities of Ulm and Neu-Ulm as well as the administrative district of Neu-Ulm.