Nandar kampf seems happy. Although she has so much to cram in right now. She is a participant in the integration language course for foreigners. The young woman from myanmar, the former burma, has on the 25. Married on june of this year and since then lives with her husband in rodelsee. "It is much warmer in my country than here", she says, but is quick to add that she likes being in germany.
And now she's really getting into the swing of things, getting used to foreign characters and looking cheerful at the same time. The law graduate and former tour guide liked the german passport and is making an effort for it. Just like her fellow students. Four are from afghanistan, the others come from all over the world: ukraine, thailand, vietnam, iraq, the dominican republic, nigeria, latvia, the philippines and bulgaria. Many are in their forties or younger, almost all are married and most have children.
A real multicultural group has gathered around the classroom table. People from up to 25 nations learn german in kitzingen. "For a city in the rough order of kitzingen, this is quite a colorful pattern", says jorg toppner, coordinator of the vocational training centers of the bavarian economy (bfz) based in wurzburg, which have been offering language courses for immigrants at irregular intervals in kitzingen since 2005. People like nandar or 30-year-old godwin aginwa from nigeria will be future county residents if they pass the language course exam and the immigration test.
Certificate for the burial