Study in Germany

Looking for a place to study? If so, a German university could be a sound choice. Sound academic training and the international atmosphere will make your student days in Germany unforgettable.





How to send Revised GRE Scores to Universities?

May 17,17

How to report GRE scores to Graduate Schools? – Free reporting to 4 universities – GRE Additional Score reporting (ASRs) – GRE additional score report cost or fee – GRE score reporting Online (Web) – GRE score reporting by Phone – GRE score reporting by Fax – How long does gre score reporting take? In the application process to US universities, you have to report GRE and TOEFL scores to …

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How to Change Name in Passport After GRE

May 17,17

I have read all your posts and I am happy to see that information on this crucial topic is available. But still my problem is little different. I have my name on the passport as Meenu only and no surname. My father’s name is PXXXX RXX. I have already given GRE and TOEFL with the name MEENU MEENU. on all my degree certificates my name is MEENU only. If now …

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MS Computer Science at University of Paderborn

May 16,17

Few words on Paderborn CS: *I am no longer studying in Paderborn so those who are studying here, feel free to comment your views as well  I am just writing generic info since I am getting lot of PM asking for the same. 1. CS Department: Its quite reputed (specially in Germany and some part of Europe). I am getting lot of queries regarding difficulty level. I would say, its not …

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Electrical Systems Engineering at University of Paderborn

May 16,17

Few words on Electrical Systems Engineering (ESE) – Paderborn University 1. There are two specializations: Electronics & Devices (ED) and Signal & information Processing(SIP); and 24 credits are same for both specializations. Moreover, you can study 12 credit subject from inter specialty and 12 credits are to be chosen from open pool of 5 subjects. so more or less , people study 60 credits of the program same. It differs …

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Signal & Info Processing Specialization in Electrical Systems Engineering – University of Paderborn

May 16,17

Just a few words about Signal & Info Processing Specialization in Electrical Systems Engineering since I’ve been getting a lot of queries about it. 1. Is it more difficult than E&D specialization?   Easy or difficult is a matter of perspective,prior experience, interest and sincerity. What is difficult for one may be easy for the other and vice-versa. The source of so-called-difficulty may be the fact that most subjects in …

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Erlangen Nuremberg MS in Advanced Optical Technologies

May 16,17

Advanced Optical Technologies Interview Questions: Interview will last for 10-15 mins. One should not panic. Usually, the interviewer language can easily be understood and interview was conducted in a friendly manner. What is your motivation What are your future plans Why you apply here In which field you would like to specialize? About your Proficiency in English language?   Interview was divided in two parts – First Normal followed by …

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TU Dresden – Info regarding Elective Subjects, Student or Part Time Jobs

May 16,17

Here is some Information about Electives & Job Hunt How to Choose Electives ? Take All the Elective Course Classes for ,lets say one week and Choose the Ones you like. My suggestion is have as many credit points as possible in 1st semester since 2nd semester is a bit difficult. About student jobs: There are several possibilities. 1. University – You can get a Student Job at University for 10 hours …

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How’s the University of Paderborn for a master’s in computer science

May 16,17

Difficult to compare because most people only do a master’s at one university and the background/goals matter, too. However, my take is: The CS department at UPB is separates in four pillars: 1) Software Engineering, 2) System and Embedded Software, 3) Theoretical CS, 4) Human-Computer  Interaction (HCI). The master’s is structured into modulus of two related courses. The student chooses a specialization area from the four pillars. Then the student …

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TU Darmstadt – MS in DSS – FAQ

May 16,17

Question 1: I heard from many people that course is very tough and generally take 2.5 to 3 years to complete. Is this true? According to me, the course is doable in 2yr.  I finished all my credits in 1.5 yrs. I’m planning to do a voluntary internship just for my own desire before my thesis. So I essentially completed the course in 2yrs and I strongly disagree with the fact that the course …

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KAAD Scholarship Programs For Germany

May 16,17

You are interested in studying in Germany ? You should consult these websites for a first orientation. The Site of our colleagues from DAAD offers broad information on universities, study programs, and also on ‘Studying German’. Particularly helpful is the DAAD Research Explorer. We also recommend the Hochschulkompass offered by the Conference of German University Presidents. The website of the Protestant scholarship programs offers information for Protestant applicants.   You are getting ready for doing post-graduate studies …

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Best way to Send money from Abroad to India

May 15,17

Want to know about Best way to Send money from USA to India? Tips when you send money from USA to India. Best way to Send money from Abroad to India Most of Indians are sending money to India though transferwise.com these days. Transferwise offers transfers with in 4 hrs. Almost all banks and branches can receive money though Xoom. Best feature of Xoom is you can track transactions. Use this Referral Link to start transferring through …

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Work Authorization rule for H4 Dependent Visa holders

May 14,17

Good News for H4 Dependent Visa Holders. White house is about to approve Work Authorization rule for H4 Dependent Visa holders. I know Many of you are waiting on this rule to get approved, including me. H4 Dependent Visa Work Permit rule Background H4 visa holders are dependents of H1B Visa holders. There is lot of buzz going around about H4 Work permit rule or H4 EAD Rule. Currently Spouse …

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German Grade Calculator

May 12,17

Wanted to know German grade scale equivalent for your academic score? Tired of seeing huge formulas  on other websites to get it converted? Well, here’s our very own German Grade Calculator. Simple and ease to use. Don’t forget to share it with your friends. Let everyone else benefit from this free tool. Highest obtainable Grade(Ex : 100% or 10 CGPA) : Grade in Bachelors/Master (Your Percentage or CGPA) : Minimum …

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List of Temples in Germany

May 11,17

List of Hindu Temples in Germany NORTH RHINE-WESTPHALIA Dortmund  Sri Sivaparvati temple Blücher Str-57, 44143 Dortmund. Essen  Sri Kathirvelauthaswamy Temple e.VKlosterstr.49a 45139 Essen. http://www.murugan-temple.com Dharam Kendre MandirBurggrafenstr-10, 5139 Essen. Tel.: 0201 2487220 Hamm  Sri Ganesh templeFerdinand Poggel Str. 25, 59065 Hamm. Tel.: 02381 162686 Sri Kamatchi Ambal TempleSiegenbeckstr-04, 59071 Hamm-Uentrop. Tel.:02388 302223 Thiru Nallur Sri Arumuka Velalakan templeRoonstr-2 a, 59065 Hamm. Tel.:02381 29103 Castrop-Rauxel  Sri Jayavera Anjaaneya templeBahnhof Straße 290, 44579 …

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Finding a Part-time Job in Germany For Students

May 11,17

Earning a bit of extra cash besides studying A glance in your purse or wallet and it’s easy to decide: You need some cash and so a part-time job. Perhaps you’d like to gain some experience in the German job market? Or make new contacts and put yourself to the test? There are plenty of reasons why students go to work while also studying. Just like the paths to a …

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Living Cost in Germany For Students

May 11,17

Cost of living in Germany As a rule of thumb: around 660 euro per month is required for a course of study in Germany. The cost of living is relatively high in Germany – 660 euro allows a modest lifestyle and no more. The important aspect in any case is to maintain fixed costs, e.g. rent, as low as possible. Living in Germany is not cheap and an economically priced room, possibly …

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Money Savings Tips for Students in abroad

May 11,17

100 Money Saving Tips for Students in ABROAD Lets talk about money savings , personal finance for students. If you don’t have work experience before coming to abroad, students usually find it tough to understand finance concepts, credit score, credit history, bank accounts and other finance terms. This  blog post will give an overview about how to handle money how to save money how to avoid credit card traps how …

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FAQ’s on Working in Germany for International Students

May 11,17

Finding a job after graduation Is it easier to find a job with a master’s degree or with a doctoral degree? This depends on the job you are looking for. If you want to work in research, for example in natural sciences, a doctoral degree is recommended. But for both holders of master’s and doctoral degrees there are many job opportunities. Regarding jobs and studies in Germany, is it mandatory …

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A Wonderful Write-Up about Germany

May 11,17

Wie Geht Es Ihnen ? Before you plan to rubbish this article because the title seems to be written in Greek, let me enlighten your soul and tell you that it’s written in German (or “Deutsch” as the Germans prefer).The title means:” How do you do?”; a question when asked to me in English promptly coerces me to assume a lascivious posture and say : “I do like this”. 🙂 Anyways, …

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German residence permit – All you need to know

May 11,17

A residence permit is not a visa. If you are required to have a student visa, you must obtain it before entering Germany. A residence permit you apply for only after arriving here. All foreign students, except those from the EU and the EEA, are required to obtain a residence permit (Aufenthaltserlaubnis) to stay in Germany longer than three months. This permit is issued by the Foreign Resident Authority (Ausländerbehörde) …

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Germany dos and don’ts

May 11,17

Are you planning a trip to Germany? Like every country, Germany has its own set of unique customs. Something that you’re used to doing in your country might be considered rude in Germany. Do Shake hands when you’re introduced to someone – it’s impolite not to. Say Prost! (cheers!) before you sip your beer – and look your drinking buddy in the eye when you say it. Feel free to have …

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Germany Survival Tips

May 11,17

First of all, make sure you’ve a glance at this document on Predeparture Tips. Germany Survival Tips #1 Keep the jam/butter u get in the flight.They come in handy in the first few days when u are jetlagged and dnt feel like preparing your food. Don’t run about looking for an aquaguard/water purifier.There aint any.Accept it and fill your botttle/glass from the kitchen basin.U wont get sick.Believe me. Don’t be …

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Predeparture Guide to Germany

May 11,17

Herzlich Willkommen! A brief guide to get you started on your new journey: Pre departure stuff 1. Student Visa: You should apply for a student visa. Please look into the website of respective consulates for application procedure. 2. Accommodation: Start your search for accommodation as early as you can. Ask whether the room is furnished or unfurnished. Ask about the bedding and towels. If possible do not arrive at weekend or late night. If you …

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Travelling to Germany

May 11,17

Hey guys, some of you will be traveling to Germany soon enough and could be anxious about the whole thing. I reached here at Stuttgart night of 28 8 12 and thought could as well recount my experience so that it could help ease some nerves. Skip this post if u are eager to surprise yourself and face the challenges as they come. I was. If you prefer the safety …

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Useful Packing List for Germany

May 11,17

Useful Packing List for Germany. Almost everything needed is mentioned.. Primary list Valid passport with your student visa Air ticket Admission letter from the university All financial documentation you will require to submit to the university or immigration authorities. All original certificates and other important documents Traveller’s cheques and sufficient cash Photos – 20 Copies in different sizes Detailed directions to your university or accommodations Details of contacts (Family friends, Seniors, Personal Friends) …

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