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Architecture studying in germany in bachelor degree?

I want to ask if Germany offer architecture for foreign students in bachelor degree,is it possible to study deustch there or I should get B1 in my country and then come there?

Of course you can study here as a forgeigner, it's just that you will have to be able to speak German since the program will be in German... Only a few universities offer Bachelor degrees in English and these are the private ones that charge you the same as in the states....

I can only speak for the uni I go to which is TU Dresden, here the uni offers intensive German courses for a semester before beginning the actual semester. It may be helpful to have some experience before you come along, I have to say that it would probably be easier to learn German while in Germany though so…

Diana Shih
Studying in Germany for Bachelor degree?

I'm an international student from Taiwan, I'm currently studying in the U.S.
I've studying in the U.S. for two years, I'm entering a community college this coming Fall as an international student. I'm planning to get my Associate Degree here. But I want to study in Germany afterwards I don't know if it's possible to get my Bachelor degree in Germany? Is there any way? I've never learned German before, and I'm about to start. So by the time I get my AA(I'm assuming), I'll have two years experiences of German language.

So will I be able to do it?
I've wrote some letters to…

Do not worry, nothing is too late to do. be strong and be pround of you. apply for a school in germany and then wait. in germany they also have the english program for the students overseas. But if you want to study in german language, you have to pass at least the exam ZMP or ZOP. you may check it. Good luck to you

Studying in Germany. ?

I'm almost done with my bachelor's degree, and I'm locking forward to continue higher education "masters" in Germany. I've chosen Germany because education fees are almost free. Since I'm dependent and I'm responsible for myself. I cant afford expensive costs.

My question is about working in Germany. If I get a study permit, as far as I know I can work 90 days a year.

How much money will I make? Enough to live through the year?

Do the regulations for bachelor's student apply for master's students aswell ? Since the 90 days rule applies for bachelor's students with full time studying…

You might want to verify that for sure.

In most countries, you are required to be a resident for a certain number of years before you can benefit from subsidised education. You are writing from Canada? You may well be asked to pay a certain amount to secure your place .... I would double check whether you are in fact eligible for free education in Germany before actually going over there.

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