Can you become fluent in German in 6 months?
In 6 months, you need go from being a complete beginner in German to reaching the advanced stage. When you learn German, as well as any other language, you’ll need to dedicate much more time on the advanced stage than you would as a beginner and an intermediate student.
How many words should you know to be fluent in German?
How many words do you need to be fluent in German? To be fluent in German, a speaker needs to know around 10,000 words.
Is it possible to study abroad in Germany without knowing German?
Yes. There’s plenty of International Degree Courses taught in English (in the first semesters, at any rate) for students whose command of the German language isn’t sufficiently good to warrant their studying be done entirely in German. Both before and during the program there are German language courses offered.
Can I work part time while studying in Germany?
Don’t delude yourself thinking that working part time while studying in Germany, will take care of all your financial worries, as that’s highly unlikely to be the case – your student visa and residence permit entitle you to 120 full (or 240 half) days of work only.
What do I need to study in Germany?
In order to be allowed to study in Germany, you need a ‘Hochschulzugangsberechtigung’ (university entrance entitlement): this simply means a school-leaving qualification that entitles you to study at university. In Germany, this is the ‘Allgemeine Hochschulreife’ (Abitur) or ‘Fachhochschulreife’.
What are international degree courses in Germany?
International Degree Courses have been introduced by institutions of higher education in Germany with the express aim of facilitating the process whereby international student applicants realize their educational objectives in Germany. The medium of instruction is primarily English, with gradually increasing usage of German.