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Guide to Study in Germany for Pakistani Students PDF January 1 2008-11-36 Am 89k

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Study in Germany Introduction to German Education: Mostly Pakistanis have no concept about German Studies and other information due to lack of information. People who are interested to study abroad like USA, CANADA AUSTRILA etc can find a lot of information, guidance and consultants. In Germany the education is free so no university offers commission to agents but the main problem of German is language. Information on Internet Internet is full of information. Unfortunately, mostly sites are in G
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  Study in Germany Introduction to German Education: Mostly Pakistanis have no concept about German Studies and other informationdue to lack of information. People who are interested to study abroad like USA,CANADA AUSTRILA etc can find a lot of information, guidance andconsultants. In Germany the education is free so no university offers commissionto agents but the main problem of German is language. Information on Internet Internet is full of information. Unfortunately, mostly sites are in German butEnglish version for most of the sites is also available. (Click Flag of UK indicatingEnglish Version)    http://www.gateway-to-germany.de/    http://www.uni-koeln.de/studienkolleg/general.html (List of allStudienkolleg in Germany.)    http://www.tu-harburg.de/~semj0108/mainpage1.html (Page byPakistani Students but not completed and not up-to-date)    http://www.higher-education-compass.hrk.de/ (RECOMMENDED:Search Engine where you can search your related course and also thecombination of related courses.)    http://www.campus-germany.de/index.htx?c=studieren&lang=en    http://www-en.studienwahl.de (Highly RECOMMENDED: SearchEngine where you can search your related course and also thecombination of related courses.)    http://www.goethe.de/su/kar/enindex.htm (Goethe Institute ofKarachi)    http://de.dir.yahoo.com/Bildung_und_Ausbildung/Hochschulen/Universitaeten/ (List and links of all German Universities In German language)    http://de.dir.yahoo.com/Bildung_und_Ausbildung/Hochschulen/Fachhochschulen/ (List and links of all German Universities in GermanLanguage.)    http://www.student-affairs.de    http://www.daad.de/info-f-a/en/fuehrer/idc/index.html(RECOMMENDED : Visit this site )    www.germany-opportunities.de    http://directory.google.com/Top/Reference/Education/Colleges_and_Universities/Europe/Germany/     http://obsfur.geophysik.uni-muenchen.de/ Geophysical Observatory    http://www.mpip-mainz.mpg.de/    http://www.research-in-germany.de/links/en/uni.html#fellowships (Fellowships from Germany included DAAD)    http://www.deutsche-kultur-international.de/w/ewausl.htm/(graduates, PhDs and scientists from abroad will find an overview of theprogrammes providing grants in Germany.) DAAD (German Acadaemic Exchange Agency)  http://www.daad.de/info-f-a/en/fuehrer/idc/index.html  What is DAAD: The DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) is an association ofGerman Higher Education Institutions. DAAD gives information onhigher studies in Germany and provides counseling for students andscholars wishing to pursue higher studies in Germany. GermanInstitutions of Higher Education do not usually employ agents, nor dothey charge for the counseling services. In general, scholarships forundergraduate or postgraduate studies are not available for internationalstudents. Students who already have obtained a master's degree mayapply for a scholarship to carry out research at a German institution ofhigher education. There are a number of scholarships offered each yearunder various schemes. Details are available from DAAD.DAAD is an organization of the German universities, Facchochschulen (Universities of applied sciences), and research organizations, whichrepresents them abroad and supports their international academic andscientific relations. In that capacity, DAAD implements various academicexchange programmes between Germany and about 130 countries in theworld. Its headquarters are in Bonn and Berlin.  What does DAAD do?  DAAD provides free information on:The system of higher education in Germany German and bilateralprogrammes for research grants, fellowships, and scholarships Germanand international academic credentials (evaluation and equivalencies)DAAD upon application through proper channels, funds:One to two year and short-term scholarships/fellowships for qualified  individuals (Master's Degree holders and up) in all academic disciplines,for study and/or research in Germany, and for German academics tostudy, teach and /or do research abroad. Group programmes(information visits, internships, integrated study abroad programmes forinternational and German students). Academic exchanges of scholars aspart of research projects and/or university/departmental links  What DAAD does not do? It does:Not provide financial assistance to undergraduates, non-resident citizensof any country, or private/charitable organizations.Not disseminate information about any aspect of life in Germany, out sideof higher education and research.Not offer support for the study of the German language (except for itsown prospective fellowship holders) whenever possible.You can request to DAAD for Booklets ofStudying In Germany Information for Foreigners on FachhochschuleStudies (You will find all the list of Fachhochschule in Germany with thelist of courses offering)Studying In Germany Information for Foreigners on University Studies(You will find all the list of University in Germany with the list of coursesoffering)Destination Germany guide for international StudentsLiving and Study in Germany.Degree Courses At Institutions of Higher Education in GermanyScholarschips and FundingInternational Courses in Germany, Undergraduate, Graduate andPostgraduate Degree Programes in English and German.Free of cost by sending email on the following email address.mailto:BKP.berlin@daad.de German Language  To live in Germany, German language is very important. German is the languageof instruction of German Universities, with the exception of some graduate andpostgraduate courses which are held in the English or another foreign languageor the International degree programs which some universities have introducedand in which courses are instructed in English, at least in the initial semesters.  Not a single university offers basic German Language courses. German Embassywill not give you visa if you have not at least basic knowledge of Germanlanguage (Situation may vary Course to course and university to university).Mostly Universities require DSH (language proficiency test of admission toHigher education) language test, which is test of Proficiency of GermanLanguage like TOEFL and IELTS for English. Some universities allow you toprepare for DSH test before continue their studies, but for that you should have400-500 hours of lesson, which is equal to Basic Level 2 (GrundStuffe II) or BasicLevel 3 (GrundStuffe III) of Goethe Institute. In Goethe Centre Lahore the BasicLevel 6 equal to Basic Level 3.German Language courses at Germany are really very costly. The cost variesUniversity to University but language cost is round about in between 50,000 to2,00,000 depending on your past German Language Skills. So learn GermanLanguage more and more here in Pakistan, it will be helpful in Germany bothsocially and economically. You should start German language 6 months beforeapplying in universities.You should have at least basic level 2 (GrundStuffe II 320 hours of study) or BasicLevel 3 (GrundStuffe III 480 hours of study) know ledge of German Language.Level is not important university will evaluate how many hours have youstudied before applying. If you are working part-time in German and yourGerman is not good then Germans will pay you less with the lame excuse of non-proficiency of German language. German Language Courses in Pakistan In Pakistan you can learn German Languages at the following Institutes, whichare reliable, and their Certificates recognized from German universities. 1.   Goethe-Instiut Karachi 256 Sarwar Shaheed RoadKarachi - 74200 (Pakistan)Telephone: 5684811, 5683124, Fax: 5683413E-Mail:mailto:giklib@super.net.pkWebsite: http://www.goethe.de/su/kar/enindex.htm
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