Our study guide will help you gather more information from choosing the right subject to study to the first days at the university. Our main goal is to provide you with an overview of major issues and problems that potential new students may face before taking a degree in their specific major. We will provide different topics which are related to Study in Germany. Any student who want to study in Germany and want to gain more information about prices, rules, getting a visa and other concerns that student may face during their first days to university. Here is a list of Topics that you may find at GermanyStudyGuide.co.uk.
How to find the right Subject: Choosing the subject of your study can be the hardest part, which subject you prefer, do you have the abilities, are you in love with that subject or just want to try it?. Read more to gain more information about this topic.
How to apply: Importance of Graduation and required documentation to be considered for application. Tests, why it is important to be prepared for entrance and language tests? How important are results from those tests? What if you won’t be accepted for more information about this topic read How to apply article.
Cost: How much will it cost (Monthly)? More about tuition fees, living cost and other important information that are related to students finances and other things that have directly to do with payments and expenses.
Financing: Possibilities of Financial Support: General funding opportunities, child support, grants for higher education, Scholarships, student jobs, student loans. Finding the right financial universities and cities which will allow you study in a low budget. Your budget is very important so it is this article. See the opportunities for new students, can you find a job or get a scholarship?
Student Discounts: Can you get any financial benefits as a student? Living, do companies offer discounts for food, phone, health insurance, buses and trains, sports, courses and other daily needs that each foreign students need.
Living: How do I find a place to live, how can I search for hotels? : There different options (residences, shared apartments, sublets, own apartment). Cost of living (Taxes and other stuffs). Different tips for finding accommodation (example: Searching online). Which are the best options for new students? Is living in Germany expensive?
Mobility: Public transportation, do they offer discounts? Are tickets expensive? How students
What are semester tickets? As student you can also get BahnCard for half price. In some cities students usually travel by bike to their colleges. Are bicycles an option? Want to travel by car, than driving a car is another option.
Start of the studies: First days at university, what you should know. How to become more productive? Learning tips. Computer labs, University sport centers. How to contribute to your university? More Information about student life, campuses etc. Facing problems? Where to get advice’s How to live your life to the fullest as a student. And a lot of other information about students life in Germany.