First Steps in DE

Are you a prospective student aspiring to come to Germany? In this article, we provide you some tips regarding admission and visa process.

Five points that prospective students should consider

There are several countries that offer quality education, but more recently, Germany has become a favored destination for many students. Among the various reasons, the concept of ‘free’ education at globally reputed universities stands out. However, many students are fall short of the high standards these Universities expect from their applicants, largely because the students are unaware of the decision criteria. In this article, the author touches upon some important components of your application package that should stand out. For more information, check out the article “5 points that students should consider“.

Admissions consultancies – a reality check

Consultancy is the first thing that comes to mind to most of the people applying to universities. Why do students approach consultancies? What if we tell you that you can apply to a university in Germany as you would to any other regular college in India? For more information, check out the article “Admission consultancies – A reality check“.

Why should you show € 8640 in your blocked account?

If you are a prospective student on thing to worry is regarding the blocked account. When applying for a student visa to Germany, one is expected to show € 8640 in his / her blocked account to the visa approved. A Blocked Account (Sperrkonto) is required if you are planning on financing your studies yourself. The breakdown of the average students’ expenses shows why. For more information, check out the article “Why should you show € 8640 in your blocked account?“.

How to become a medical doctor in Germany

Nowadays, a job as a medical doctor has come to be one of the most desired occupations, not only in Germany. Surely, that is why there are so many doctors that travel from one world country to another, trying to get the most profiting job offer that also gives the best of support as regards of knowledge, experience, and career progress. The shortage of doctors in Germany has created excellent opportunities for prospective individuals to get involved in a wide spectrum of career opportunities in medicine. For more information, check out the article “How to become a medical doctor in Germany“.

Addressing parental concern

We get a lot of emails from concerned parents of prospective students requesting information. Parents are most likely a little worried about you moving abroad to study. Common apprehensions include: will the kids find a safe place to live, and will they actually study? We’ve listed the top concerns parents have when their offspring go abroad. on accommodation, safety, the reputation of courses. For more information, check out the article “Parents’ top 5 concerns about studying abroad“.

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