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Enomfon J
5 years ago
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hi sir/madam i have done my Bs.biotechnology and i want to apply in German university on scholarship base in M.phil leading to Phd

and sorry i forget to write i am from management background.

i want to study nursing in German.I am from Nepal but last month i came in Slovenia to study purpose. but now i want to change my course is it possible to study nursing in German.. i can not speak German language.please help me. how is it possible its important to me.

Hi Mandaka. I'm afraid I'm not currently aware of any nursing courses in Germany which are not taught in German - so you may need to invest in learning the language in order to achieve this goal. There are lots of English-taught courses in Germany, but most of these tend to be at master's level, and in business/social science subjects - though not exclusively. You can find out more in our article about studying in Germany in English.

i want to study in Germany for my bachelor degree program in computer. Please guide about each and every thing i have to do get admission in best university in Germany

Hi Ahmad, our article on how to apply to study in Germany takes you step-by-step through what you need to do to gain admission. You might also like to have a look at our latest rankings by subject for computer science (you can narrow the results down to show only German universities). Hope this helps.

hey , I would like to know if it's required to have knowledge about german language , eventhough I want to do an English studies stream in masters , and if it's still free , thanks

Hi Abdessalam. At master's level, you can often study in English. Master's degrees are usually NOT completely free if you haven't studied your bachelor's degree in Germany, but the costs can still be comparatively low. Find out more with our guide to the costs of studying abroad in Germany, and frequently asked questions about studying in Germany.