Learning German in this incredible country is preparing you for a better working future, many German transnational’s are in all parts of the world. Writing, speaking and understanding the language gives you greater possibilities in your resume to access the work you want.
Currently, there are 376 universities in Germany, the vast majorities are public institutions maintained by the Lander or federal states and divided into:
- Classical universities and technical colleges
- Universities of applied sciences
- Higher art and music schools
- Pedagogical universities
- Theological and of public administration
Tips and Trick When You Study in Germany
Below are few tips which help you during your study In Germany.
Doing things by Oneself
In the day to day, it helps a lot to be as independent as possible. Only when you try many things you learn from them, even when sometimes they get out of control. So, for example, I had a friend who helped me during the home search, but it was always me who called the offers we found. At first, I was not always successful, but for the next calls, I learned what I should do differently.
Take Advantage of the Knowledge of the Student Community
German universities offer many possibilities to join other students in study groups. Each one must decide for himself what is his way of learning, that is if he prefers to study alone or in a group. So if one faces any issue then it is a good idea to contact with study groups
Start the Race with Small Steps
When deciding to pursue a career in Germany, it is very useful to divide the preparations into small steps. For example, in the beginning, it is better to do a search on the internet for the universities that offered your career.
Choose the type of center and the course to be carried out. Contact the head of the admission to communicate your intention
Once get admission in university you will be put in contact with the Office of foreign students, who will be the one who will support you in the topics related to accommodation, insurance, transport, etc … that is to say in everything that allows you to feel comfortable in the country.
It is very important that you present your application as early as possible to study your case. The answer is usually between February and March for the summer semester and between August and September for the winter semester. So it is better to start the whole process at least a year before your admission.
Very important: you will need admission letter if you are thinking of applying for a scholarship to finance your studies. Obtain the corresponding certificate that ensures your proficiency in the German language, in case you have chosen this teaching language.
So Study Abroad in Germany needs full preparation. So it is better to do proper preparation before applying in the German Universities.