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Thursday, 27 February 2014

GLOBAL JOBS FOR PROFESSIONALS

Global Jobs is the go-to service connecting smart international professionals with effective global organizations.
Conceived by a group of young professionals in Washington D.C. following the global recession of 2008, Global Jobs is founded on the belief that the our brightest professionals should not only do well, but do good - both in the U.S. and around the world.

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Tuesday, 25 February 2014

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN USAID

USAID fills all vacant Merit Promotion and Competitive positions through the automated application system at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) USAJOBS site. Each announcement will be listed on the Office of Human Resources Website with a direct link to USAJOBS. USAID employees and other applicants can click on the vacancy number identified and go immediately to USAJOBs. Once at USAJOBs, you can review the individual announcement, register, and then apply for the job. A paper application requires the submission of an Applicant Questionnaire Form that must be completed and submitted before the closing date of the announcement.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS INTENDING TO JOIN MINISTRY OF HEALTH, KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA

All medical professionals intending to join Ministry of Health, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are informed that the MOH-KSA has defined New Rules of Recruitment according to which the candidates for the position of Consultant, Specialist, Resident or for any other position are required to bring all the educational / experience certificates duly certified / attested from HEC or other relevant Pakistani authorities and NOC (in case of Government Servant), without which no doctor will be entertained by the recruitment delegation.
Therefore, all medical professionals are advised to take note of the new policy of MOH – KSA and must get their credential certified before appearing in the interview.
For any further assistance, may contact at:
Ph. Nos. 051-9253245, 9253254, 9230032
E-mail: manager.ops@oec.gov.pk



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Friday, 21 February 2014

IMMIGRATION TO IRELAND


The Irish Naturalisation & Immigration Service (INIS) was established in 2005 in order to provide a ‘one stop shop’ in relation to asylum, immigration, citizenship and visas. The INIS is responsible for administering the administrative functions of the Minister for Justice and Equality in relation to asylum, immigration (including Visas) and citizenship matters. The INIS also facilitates a whole of government approach to immigration and asylum issues which enables a more efficient service to be provided in these areas. 
The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS) will continue to implement Government, European Union and International commitments in relation to asylum, immigration and citizenship matters in addition to updating, as necessary, the legislative base in this area, enhancing a whole of Government approach.
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IMMIGRATION TO UNITED KINGDOM


POINTS BASED IMMIGRATION SYSTEM:


The points-based immigration system is the means of regulating immigration to the United Kingdom from outside the European Economic Area (EEA). The scheme was phased in between 2008 and 2010. It is composed of five "tiers" which replaced all the previous work permits and entry schemes, including Scotland's Fresh Talent Initiative. The system is administered by the UK Border Agency.


STRUCTURE:


  • Tier 1 (Entrepreneur)

(Open) The Entrepreneur subcategory is for those wishing to set up or take over a business (or businesses) in the UK that they will be actively involved in running. It grants three years leave and those applying must have over £200,000 of funds. This may lead to Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK provided that the business established has generated two full-time jobs or equivalent and has maintained tax and other financial records.

  • Tier 1 (Investor)
The Investor subcategory is for those who wish to invest £1,000,000 in the United Kingdom. Like the Entrepreneur type, it offers three years grant of leave.

  • Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent)
The Exceptional Talent sub-category is for those who are recognised or have potential to be recognized as exceptionally talented leaders in the fields of science, humanities, engineering or the arts. This visa is issued for an initial maximum period of three years and four months.

  • Tier 2
Tier 2 covers skilled workers with a job offer from a UK-based employer and was introduced in November 2008. It replaced the provisions for work permit employment, ministers of religion; airport-based operational ground staff, overseas qualified nurse or midwife, student union sabbatical posts, seafarers, named researchers, Jewish agency employees, and overseas representatives (news media).


There are several categories under Tier 2, these are:-


  • General (Subject to annual limit of 21,700, not including those switching to Tier 2 from within the UK);
  • Minister of Religion;
  • Sports and Creative workers;
  • Intra Company Transfer (ICT);

There are three sub-categories in the ICT category, these are:-

  • Established staff. This route is for established, skilled employees to be transferred to the UK branch of their organisation to fill a post that cannot be filled by a settled worker.
  • Graduate trainee. This route allows the transfer of recent graduate recruits to a UK branch of the organisation, for training purposes.
  • Skills transfer. This route allows the transfer of new recruits to a UK branch of the organisation to acquire the skills and knowledge that they will need overseas, or to impart their specialist skills or knowledge to the UK workforce.

However, before you can apply under this category you need a valid certificate of sponsor, which can only be issued by a sponsor who is registered with the UK Border Agency.


Points Scoring


Points are awarded under the points based system for the following:

  • Qualifications (this ranges from GCSE A-Level equivalents to PHD's);
  • Future Expected Earnings (the salary that is received by the applicant);
  • Sponsorship (the type of sponsorship you are applying under);
  • English language skills;
  • Available maintenance (funds used to support yourself).
  • Tier 4
New restriction were implemented on the 6th of April 2012. To get a full rundown of the process, requirements and types of student visas see this Get Started guide or visit the Border Agency website.
All student visas are classed under Tier 4 of the points-based system. To qualify, visa applicants must have already been offered a position at an educational institution. The duration of Tier 4 visas varies, taking into account the time needed to conclude studies and attend graduation.

  • Tier 5
(Open) Tier 5 began in November 2008 and covers temporary workers and youth mobility. It replaced the previous schemes of Working Holidaymaker, au pairs, BUNAC, the Gap Year entrants concession, the Japan: Youth Exchange Scheme and the concession for research assistants to MPs.

This category comprises five sub-categories and the Youth Mobility scheme. The sub-categories are: Temporary workers - International Agreement; Temporary Workers - Charity Workers; Temporary Workers - Creative and Sporting; Temporary Workers - Religious Workers; and Temporary Workers - Government Authorised Exchange. Of the general requirements for all of these sub-categories, a major requirement is that individuals are able to come to the UK for a maximum of 12 months (except for the Youth Mobility and International Agreement Schemes where successful applicants will get 24 months) in order to seek temporary and short-term work, after which they will be expected to leave. Applicants under all Tier 5 sub-categories need to score 30 points for a valid certificate of sponsorship from a licensed UK employer (except the Youth Mobility Scheme), and 10 points for maintenance (having enough funds to support themselves in the UK) – currently this is £800.
However, before you can apply under this category you need a valid certificate of sponsor, which can only be issued by a sponsor who is registered with the UK Border Agency.

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IMMIGRATION TO USA

TYPES OF IMMIGRATION

U.S. immigration legislation in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) stipulates that a person may obtain permanent resident status primarily through the course of the following proceedings:

  • Immigration through a family member
  • Immigration through employment
  • Immigration through investment (from 0.5 to 1 million US dollars)
  • Immigration through the Diversity Lottery
  • Immigration through Refugee or Asylum status
  • Immigration through "The Registry" provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act
  • Immigration approved by the Director of Central Intelligence
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IMMIGRATION TO CANADA

CATEGORIES:


  • ECONOMIC IMMIGRANTS:
Citizenship and Immigration Canada uses several sub-categories of economic immigrants. The high-profile Skilled worker principal applicants group comprised 19.8% of all immigration in 2005. Canada has also created a VIP Business Immigration Program which allows immigrants with sufficient business experience or management experience to receive the Permanent Residency in a shorter period than other types of immigrations. The Province of Quebec has a program called the Immigrant Investor Program.

  • FAMILY CLASS:
Under a government program, both citizens and permanent residents can sponsor family members to immigrate to Canada.

  • REFUGEES:
Immigration of refugees and those in need of protection.
In 2010, Canada accepted 280,681 immigrants (permanent and temporary) of which 186,913 (67%) were Economic immigrants; 60,220 (22%) were Family class; 24,696 (9%) were Refugees; and 8,845 (2%) were other.
Under Canadian nationality law an immigrant can apply for citizenship after living in Canada for 1095 days (3 years) in any 5-year period provided that they lived in Canada as a permanent resident for at least two of those years.
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Thursday, 20 February 2014

IMMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA

IMMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA
There are a number of different types of Australian immigration:

EMPLOYMENT VISAS: 
Australian working visas are most commonly granted to highly skilled workers. Candidates are assessed against a points-based system, granting points for certain standards of education. These types of visas are often sponsored by individual states, which recruit workers according to specific needs. Visas may also be granted to applicants sponsored by an Australian business. The most popular form of sponsored working visa is the 457 visa.

STUDENT VISAS:
Foreign students are actively encouraged to study in Australia by the Australian Government. There are a number of categories of student visa, most of which require a confirmed offer from an educational institution.

FAMILY VISAS:
Visas are often granted on the basis of family ties in Australia. There are a number of different types of Australian family visas, including Contributory Parent visas and Spouse visas.

SKILLED VISAS:
A new electronic process for managing Australia's Skilled Migration Program. Intending migrants without an Employer Sponsor will need to complete an "Expression of Interest" (EOI), then based on the information provided, will be allocated a score against the points test. Skill Select will then rank intending migrants scores against other EOI's. - The highest ranking scores across a range of occupations may then be invited to apply for a Skilled Visa.

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Tuesday, 18 February 2014

CHEVENING INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2015-16 BY UK GOVERNMENT

APPLICATION for 2015-16 SCHOLARSHIPS will open in SUMMER 2014.

CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS


CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS:

Chevening Scholarship is an international scholarship scheme which enables students with leadership qualities from 144 countries and territories to undertake postgraduate study or courses in universities in the United Kingdom. Funding for the scheme comes from the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

SELECTION CRITERIA:

The selection criteria for Chevening Scholarship are aimed to identify "high-calibre graduates with the personal, intellectual and interpersonal qualities necessary for leadership." Specific selection criteria for Chevening Scholarships varies from country to country, and from year to year. Out of 25 000 applicants, 700 scholarships are awarded.
A successful candidate typically: is a professional graduate, in early or mid-career, who displays both intellectual ability and clear leadership potential has already worked for 2–3 years in his/her chosen profession is committed to return to his/her home country and contribute to its socioeconomic development, by implementing the new skills and knowledge acquired in the UK has a proven track record of professional excellence and achievement, with the prospect of becoming a leader in his/her chosen field is able to show at interview that he/she possesses the personal qualities to benefit from the scholarship and use it to succeed in his/her chosen career has a clear idea how the scholarship will benefit their country on his/her return has a strong character with integrity, drive, and the ability to self-manage and work independently.
Applications are made online via a web portal in October of each year, except for some sponsored scholarships for which applicants apply via the co-sponsoring organisation. Scholarship applicants also apply directly to their preferred universities in the UK, usually for Master's degree courses. Most scholarships include a living stipend, airfares and the full or partial cost of tuition fees.

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Sunday, 16 February 2014

TOP TEN UNIVERSITIES OF MALAYSIA

FACULTIES:

USM is the one of the Malaysian public universities to use term school (in Malay; Pusat Pengajian) instead of the term faculty that is used in other Malaysian public universities.


Technology-based schools:

All located at the Engineering Campus except the School of Housing, Building and Planning (main campus) and The School of Industrial Technology (main campus).

  • School of Aerospace Engineering
  • School of Civil Engineering
  • School of Chemical Engineering
  • School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • School of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering
  • School of Mechanical Engineering
  • School of Housing, Building and Planning
  • School of Industrial Technology

Liberal arts schools:
All located at main campus, island of Penang.

  • School of Arts
  • School of Communication
  • School of Educational Studies
  • School of Humanities
  • School of Social Sciences
  • School of Management

Pure science schools:
All located at main campus, island of Penang.

  • School of Biological Sciences
  • School of Chemical Sciences
  • School of Mathematical Sciences
  • School of Computer Sciences
  • School of Physics

Health science schools:
All located at Health Campus, Kelantan except The School of Pharmacy (main campus) and Advanced Medical and Dental Institute

  • School of Medical Sciences
  • School of Dental Sciences
  • School of Health Sciences
  • School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Advanced Medical and Dental Institute


2-UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY MALAYSIA
FACULTIES:

-Faculty of Science
  • Department of Physics
  • Department of Chemistry
  • Department of Mathematics

-Faculty of Geoinformation and Real Estate (Fakulti Geoinformasi & Harta Tanah, FGHT), formerly known as Faculty of Geoinformation Science and Engineering
-Faculty of Education (Fakulti Pendidikan, FP)
-Faculty of Computing (Fakulti Komputeran), formerly known as Faculty of Computer Science & Information Systems
-Faculty of Biosciences and Medical Engineering(Fakulti Biosains dan Kejuruteraan perubatan, FBME)
  • Department of Biosciences and Health Sciences
  • Department Of Biotechnology & Medical Engineering
  • Department of Clinical Sciences

-Faculty of Islamic Civilisation (Fakulti Tamadun Islam, FTI), formerly known as Centre for Islamic Studies & Social Development
-College of Science & Technology (Kolej Sains & Teknologi, KST), formerly known as Centre for Diploma Studies
-Faculty of Management (FM), formerly known as Faculty of Management & Human Resource Development (FPPSM)
-Faculty of Civil Engineering
-Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
-Faculty of Electrical Engineering
-Faculty of Chemical Engineering
-Faculty of Petroleum and Renewable Energy Engineering
-Faculty of Built Environment
  • Department of Architecture
  • Department of Quantity Surveying
  • Department of Urban & Regional Planning
  • Department of Landscape Architecture

-Language Academy
-Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology
-Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT)
  • Department of Electronic Systems Engineering (ESE)
  • Department of Mechanical Precision Engineering (MPE)
  • Department of Environmental Engineering and Green Technology (EGT)
  • Department of Management of Technology (MOT)



Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Faculty of Business and Accountancy
Faculty of Computer Science & Information Technology
Faculty of Dentistry
Faculty of Economics & Administration
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Languages and Linguistics
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Built Environment



FACULTIES:
Department of Bioprocess Technology
Department of Cell and Molecular Biology
Department of Biochemistry
Department of Microbiology



FACULTIES:
Science:
  • Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying 
  • Faculty of Applied Science 
  • Faculty of Plantation and Agrotechnology 
  • Faculty of Computer and Mathematical Sciences 
  • Faculty of Sport and Recreational Sciences 
  • Faculty of Dentistry 
  • Faculty of Health Science 
  • Faculty of Medicine 
  • Faculty of Pharmacy 
Engineering:
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering 
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering 
  • Faculty of Chemical Engineering 
  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering 
Social Science:
  • Faculty of Administrative Science and Policy Studies 
  • Faculty of Law 
  • Faculty of Communication and Media Studies 
Humanities:
  • Faculty of Art and Design 
  • Faculty of Education 
  • Faculty of Film, Theater, & Animation 
  • Faculty of Music 
Business and Management:
  • Faculty of Accountancy 
  • Faculty of Business Management 
Arshad Ayub Graduate Business School:
  • Faculty of Hotel and Tourism Management 
  • Faculty of Information Management 


FACULTIES:
  • Social Science and Humanities
  • Science and Technology
  • Islamic Studies
The three above make up the founding faculties.
  • Medicine
  • Health Sciences
  • Dentistry
  • Economics and Business
  • Education
  • Engineering and Built Environment
  • Graduate School of Business
  • Information Science and Technology
  • Pharmacy



FACULTIES:

Cyberjaya campus:
  • Faculty of Computing and Informatics (previously Faculty of Information Technology)
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Management
  • Faculty of Creative Multimedia
Graduate School of Management:
Melaka campus:
  • Faculty of Engineering and Technology
  • Faculty of Information Science and Technology
  • Faculty of Business
  • Faculty of Law
Academic centres:
Cyberjaya campus:
  • Centre for Modern Languages and Communications
  • Internet Based Degree Programme
  • Distance Education
Melaka campus:
  • Centre for Diploma Programmes
  • Institute of International Languages Multimedia University
  • Centre for Foundation Studies and Extension Education
  • Internet Based Degree Programme




FACULTIES:
  • Faculty of Islamic Sciences.
  • Faculty of Languages.
  • Faculty of Computer and Information Technology.
  • Faculty of Finance & Administrative Science.
  • Faculty of Education.
  • Faculty of Engineering.
  • Center of Languages.
PREMISES:
  • Malaysia
  • Indonesia
  • Singapore
  • Thailand
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Kuwait
  • UK
  • Morocco
LEARNING CENTRES:
  • LC Saudi Arabia
  • LC Kuwait
  • LC Egypt
  • LC London
  • LC Morocco
  • LC Makassar
  • LC Yogyakarta
  • LC Thailand
  • LC Malaysia


FACULTIES:
  • Graduate School: Othman Yeop Abdullah (OYA) Graduate School of Business
  • School of Business Management 
  • School of Islamic Business 
  • School of Accountancy 
  • School of Economics, Finance & Banking 
  • School of Technology & Logistics Management
  • Graduate School: Awang Had Salleh Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
  • School of Computing 
  • School of Education and Modern Language
  • School of Multimedia Technology & Communication
  • School of Quantitative Sciences 
  • School of Social Development 
  • Graduate School: 
  • Ghazali Shafie Graduate School of Government 
  • School of Government 
  • School of Law 
  • School of International Studies
  • School of Tourism, Hospitality & Environmental Management 


FACULTIES:

The faculties (kulliyyah) of IIUM are:

-Gombak
  • Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws
  • Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences 
  • Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences 
  • Kulliyyah of Engineering 
  • Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design
  • Kulliyyah of Information and Communication Technology 
  • Kulliyyah of Languages and Management 
  • Institute of Education
  • Centre of Languages and Pre-University Academic Development 
  • Centre for Postgraduate Studies 
Kuantan:
  • Kulliyyah of Medicine 
  • Kulliyyah of Allied Health Sciences
  • Kulliyyah of Pharmacy 
  • Kulliyyah of Nursing 
  • Kulliyyah of Science 
  • Kulliyyah of Dentistry
Petaling Jaya: 
  • Centre for Foundation Studies 
Kuala Lumpur:
  • International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization
  • International Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance




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Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Engineering,Technical and Management Jobs in Dubai Electrical and Water Authority (DEWA), Dubai through OEC Pakistan

Overseas Employment Corporation of Pakistan has a major role in providing manpower to foreign countries from pakistan under agreement between the manpower importing countries and government of pakistan.
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Tuesday, 11 February 2014

UNITED NATIONS JOBS AROUND THE WORLD

There are many jobs offering organizations around the world that provide sufficient opportunities to the professionals to excel in their fields of professionalism. Here, we provide the information about the world level job offering organizations for job seeker professionals round the globe.
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IB JOBS OPPORTUNITIES

There are many jobs offering organizations around the world that provide sufficient opportunities to the professionals to excel in their fields of professionalism. Here, we provide the information about the world level job offering organizations for job seeker professionals round the globe.
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KOREAN EMBASSIES, CONSULATES AND MISSIONS AROUND THE WORLD

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea has many embassies, consulates and missions in main regions of the world which are offering their services to their nationals as well as  visitors and students around the globe for their national interest. 
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Monday, 10 February 2014

JAPANESE EMBASSIES, CONSULATES AND MISSIONS AROUND THE WORLD

Japan had been sending ambassadors to the Tang Chinese court in Xian since 607 AD, as well as to the Koryo and Joseon Dynasty of early Korea and today there is a vast network of  japanese embassies, consulates and missions around the world.
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CYPRUS EMBASSIES, CONSULATES AND MISSIONS AROUND THE WORLD


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Sunday, 9 February 2014

BELGIUM EMBASSIES, CONSULATES AND MISSIONS AROUND THE WORLD

Belgium is unique in having three networks of representation — one for the Belgian state, another for Dutch-speaking community of Flanders and Brussels, and a third one for the French-language Community of Wallonia and Brussels. However officers representing the governments of Flanders and Wallonia are usually co-located together with the diplomatic representation of Belgium, as most countries do not consider regions to be states.

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DENMARK EMBASSIES, CONSULATES AND MISSIONS AROUND THE WORLD

Denmark has 76 embassies abroad, and the diplomatic network today reflects a modern strategy in many Western countries to maximise efficiency and relevance.

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Saturday, 8 February 2014

SWISS EMBASSIES, CONSULATES AND MISSIONS AROUND THE WORLD

Switzerland is well known as a protecting power, having used its embassies abroad to represent the interests of states hostile to each other since the Franco-Prussian War. In the Second World War Switzerland served as protecting power for 35 countries on both sides—its embassy in Washington represented Germany, Italy, Japan, and Vichy France. In many post-war conflicts, including in the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Asia, the Middle East, and Serbia, Switzerland has provided a continuity of representation after formal relations were severed as a protecting power, facilitating the delivery of humanitarian aid and conflict resolution.


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ITALIAN EMBASSIES, CONSULATES AND MISSIONS AROUND THE WORLD

 Italy has a large global network of diplomatic missions. It is the only country in the world to have an embassy on its own territory—the Italian embassy to the Holy See is in Rome.

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FRENCH EMBASSIES, CONSULATES AND MISSIONS AROUND THE WORLD

France's permanent representation abroad began in the reign of Francis I, when in 1522 he sent a delegation to the Swiss. Despite its reduced presence following decolonisation, France still has substantial influence in the world. France has the world's second largest diplomatic network, second to the network of the United States.

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GERMAN EMBASSIES, CONSULATES AND MISSIONS AROUND THE WORLD

Historically, the German state of Prussia and several smaller German states, had sent emissaries abroad prior to the establishment of the North German Confederation, the precursor to the modern State of Germany.
In 1874 Germany had only four embassies (in London, Paris, Saint Petersburg, and Vienna), but this was complemented by non-ambassadorial representation in the form of 14 ministerial posts (in Athens, Bern, Brussels, The Hague, Constantinople, Copenhagen, Lisbon, Madrid, Rome, Stockholm, Peking, Rio de Janeiro, Washington, D.C., and to the Holy See), seven consulates-general with diplomatic status (in Alexandria, Belgrade, Bucharest, London, New York, Budapest, and Warsaw), and 37 consulates and vice-consulates headed by consular officers. By 1914 five additional embassies were established in Constantinople, Madrid, Rome, Washington, D.C., and Tokyo. The Foreign Office progressively reformed itself in this time to serve Germany's rising commercial and colonial interests abroad, as well as to reflect the professionalisation of diplomacy generally.
Politics of the Third Reich affected the Foreign Office. In 1933 the Reich Citizenship Act led to the forced retirement of over 120 tenured civil servants. Positions and structures were created to imbed NSDAP representatives, and the SS began to be posted abroad as "police attach├ęs". Under Joachim von Ribbentrop the Reich Foreign Ministry grew from 2,665 officers in 1938 to a peak of 6,458 in 1943, despite missions abroad closing as a consequence of the Second World War.
Germany's post-war diplomatic network started as early as 1949 with a mission in Paris to the newly formed Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. The following year consulates-general were (re)opened in London, New York, Paris, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Brussels, Rome, and Athens (until 1951 these were not embassies, as by virtue of the Occupation Statute the three allied powers had competence of foreign affairs; these consulates were intended to just manage commercial and consular affairs). West Germany's Foreign Office grew, and by the time of West Germany's reunification with East Germany in 1990 there were 214 diplomatic missions abroad.

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