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7 Videos You Must Watch if You Want to Study in Germany

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Keen to study in Germany? Here are seven videos to help you prepare, apply, adapt and enjoy your time as an international student in Germany…

1. Studying in Germany in English – Possible or Not?

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One of the most common questions amongst international students is whether it’s possible to study in Germany in English. If that applies to you, here’s the first video you need. (Spoiler: yes, it is possible.)

 

2. Costs of Studying in Germany

Also high on the priority list is the question of costs. Just how much should you budget in order to study in Germany? At the time of writing, this is one of the most up-to-date videos on this topic, giving a simple breakdown of fees at undergraduate or postgraduate level, along with living expenses and a selection of organizations offering scholarships to study in Germany.

 

3. Top 10 Universities in Germany 2016-17

Starting to get excited? Fuel your enthusiasm by taking a quick tour of the top 10 universities in Germany, according to the QS World University Rankings® 2016-2017.

 

4. Studying in Germany in 10 Steps

Now it’s time to get serious. This video from the official government agency, Study in Germany, is the first in a 10-part series, outlining each stage of the process – from choosing a program through to finding accommodation and starting your studies.

5. Top 5 First Surprises About Germany

Raring to go? Before you arrive in the country, get prepared by watching this video from Finnish student Oliver, who shares some of the things he found most surprising during his first month in Munich.

 

6. 7 Things You DON’T Do in Germany

Next up, Dana (also in Munich) shares some of the mistakes she’s made – so you can avoid them. Essential watching unless you want to get run over by cyclists, alienate your neighbors, incur bad luck or generally get shouted at by the locals!

 

7. Seven German Foods You Must Eat

Last but certainly not least, American student Sam shares his all-time favorite foods to eat in Germany, with so much passion you can almost taste them. Enjoy! (Unless you’re vegetarian...)

 

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Written by Laura Bridgestock
The former editor of TopUniversities.com, Laura oversees the site's editorial content and student forums. She also edits the QS Top Grad School Guide and contributes to market research reports including How Do Students Use Rankings?
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