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German language course in Braunschweig

Intensive Course 25 hours a week

  • category - German Intensive course
  • Duration - 150 Std
  • Number of Participants - 8
  • Place - Braunschweig
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German language course in Braunschweig

Intensive Course 25 hours a week

  • category - German Intensive course
  • Duration - 150 Std
  • Number of Participants - 8
  • Place - Braunschweig
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German language course in Braunschweig

Intensive Course 25 hours a week

  • category - German Intensive course
  • Duration - 150 Std
  • Number of Participants - 8
  • Place - Braunschweig
B2

German language course in Braunschweig

Intensive Course 25 hours a week

  • category - German Intensive course
  • Duration - 200 Std
  • Number of Participants - 8
  • Place - Braunschweig
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German language course in Braunschweig

Intensive Course 25 hours a week

  • category - German Intensive course
  • Duration - 150 Std
  • Number of Participants - 8
  • Place - Braunschweig
TELC C1

Exam in Braunschweig

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Why Studienkolleg:

The Studienkolleg is a preparatory course for students aiming to study at a German University at Bachelors level but who do not meet the entry-level requirements. For example, students from Asia, India, Sri Lanka has 12 years of high school education, but Germany has 13 years of high school (Abitur level). So these students are required to take up a preparatory program commonly known as Studienkolleg and prepare themselves for the university. It usually takes one year, which equals two semesters to complete Studienkolleg.

Studienkolleg has five types:

M Course:

It is designed for medical students. After this course student can study Medical, Biological and Pharmaceutical courses. M Course is specifically designed for those students who wish to apply for degree or diploma courses from any of the German Universities in these subjects.

  • Biology
  • Pharmaceutical
  • MBBS
  • Veterinary
  • Dentistry

T Course:

This course design for students who want to study technical subjects like Engineering, Mathematics etc. T Course is specifically designed for those students who wish to apply for degree or diploma courses from any of the German Universities in these subjects.

  • Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering
  • Technical Courses
  • Other Engineering Courses

W Course:

This course mainly focuses on economics and social science courses. W-Course is specifically designed for those students who wish to apply for degree or diploma courses from any of the German Universities in these subjects.

  • Economics
  • Business Administration
  • Social Sciences
  • Commercial Law

S Course:

For language studies. S Course is specifically designed for those students who wish to study German Language Alone.

S Course:

For arts and humanities courses or German. G Course is specifically designed for those students who wish to apply for degree or diploma courses from any of the German Universities in these subjects.

BACHELORS IN GERMANY

The bachelor's degree is the initial academic degree that is recognised on the international job market. During a bachelor's degree programme, you acquire basic knowledge of a subject over six to eight semesters. This may sometimes also consist of two subjects or a major and two minor subjects. Once you have successfully completed your bachelor's degree, you can launch your career or take the next academic degree: the master's.

Typical bachelor's degree programmes

  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) for the humanities and social sciences.
  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) for technical and science courses
  • Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) for the engineering sciences.

TYPES OF UNIVERSITIES :

There are three types of higher education institution in Germany. The type of institution that is right for you will depend on your interests and career plans.

  • Universities
  • Universities of applied sciences
  • Colleges of art, film and music

UNIVERSITIES

Universities mainly impart theoretical knowledge. The course is very academically oriented and there are many different subject groups. But many universities specialise in a specific subject area. These are called technical universities (Technische Universität, TU) or colleges of education (Pädagogische Hochschule, PH). At a university, you can also study for a doctorate (doctoral degree). This is not possible in most Universities of Applied Sciences. You can find more information on the degrees at universities and other types of higher education institutions here.

UNIVERSITIES OF APPLIED SCIENCES

Universities of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschulen and Hochschulen für angewandte Wissenschaften) offer practice-oriented academic courses. The focus is more on professional application than theory, and the training is adapted to the requirements of professional life. As at universities, the first degree is the bachelor's, and the second is the master's. The range of subjects comprises fields such as technology, economics, social work or medicine. During the practical phases, which form part of the course of study and can last one or more semesters depending on the degree programme, the focus is on work placements and longer project phases at companies in Germany and abroad.

COLLEGES OF ART, FILM AND MUSIC

In art, film and music colleges you can study artistic subjects, such as music, architecture, visual arts, drama, dance, industrial and fashion design. At universities for modern media, directors, cinematographers, screenwriters and other film and television professionals are trained. Admission requirements for these courses include a specific talent which you must demonstrate at an entrance examination. Exceptionally talented candidates may sometimes even apply without a Hochschulzugangsberechtigung (certificate of aptitude for higher education). Please note that most art, film and music colleges teach in German.

Why Masters in Germany :

When you say Germany, first thing comes to our mind is about safe modern roads, best cars in the world and all sorts of technological innovations. All these are the result of vast research and developments in the engineering and technology field made by Germany. So it’s quite obvious for any student who looks for an engineering degree to first consider his or her study options in Germany.

Here are some of the reasons to study Masters in Germany:

  • German universities do provide education for free of cost
  • Most of the courses are completely taught in English
  • Students enjoy a low cost of living
  • Research and collaboration with the Engineering Industry
  • International students are legally allowed to work partime
  • Internships and Thesis opportunities in top companies while studying
  • 18 months stay back option after graduation for looking Jobs.
  • Explore the European culture and visit all 28 european countries

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