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GERMAN STUDY ARCHITECTURE

Blueprint, developing and setting up a building for life in, educating and working for people as well as complexed industrial building for occupation is related in learning architecture. Besides this, the primary task of architecture is town evolution and enlargement. All this should be completed while keeping the safety of the environment in mind and should also have powerful engineered ideas for correcting buildings which are unaltered by the natural shocks and threat.

In Germany studying Architecture

Deutschland has engraved a forte for its amazing architectural skills, which are acknowledged and needed worldwide. Remarkable education is provided by the country to students. Besides theoretical knowledge, practical knowledge is also provided in every possible field of an architectural course.

Have to appear for the various examination and should have the required percentage in each exam appeared. A student once admitted to the university will get to study the 3 years of Bachelor’s degree and afterwards will able to pursue the 2 years master course.

 

Two years duration of the training programme is provided to the student after the completion of the course and will be eligible to get recorded his/her name in the register of architects. After the complete procedure, the student will be able to use the degree and get a placement in Europe government or in other countries.

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Working visa for Germany

Working visa for Germany

In the field of skilled labour, Germany is facing a shortage. Therefore, it is an advantage to all the international applicants who are moving to Germany for job prospects. Although getting a job in Germany requires a visa.

Germany is the land of opportunities and the fourth-largest economy in the world and home to world-renowned corporates and companies.

European Union citizens, as well as citizens of India, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Canada and The Republic of Korea, can apply for a residential permit for their occupation after they entered Germany.

When the process is completed and your application has been approved by the  Work office then the Embassy will issue you a residence permit in the type of visa, which has an authorized permit to work in Germany. No extra permit is required when you arrived in Germany.

Work Permit for Non-EU Nationals

According to the introduction of new Immigration law in January 2005 by the German Republic, residence permits are sub categorises in 3 parts:

  1. General employment
  2. Specialist professional
  3. Self-employed

Relocation Services

Not everyone but some do prefer to hire a private relocation firm which helps out them with giving brief but some do by their own too. From visa application to finding German language lessons, these firm helps foreigners by instructing them.

Let’s have an example of RCARE, it has tie-ups with many companies which provides people with a path for moving to Germany. Generally, they offer visa and work permit services. They do help in basic transition need like apartment hunting, buying health insurance and setting up a bank account.

Watch this video to know frequently asked job seeker visa interview questions by German consulate.

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Travel Packing List for Germany After Confirmation of Visa

Every person dreams to live once in a foreign country as every country has its own beauty which cannot be discriminated or compared with the other countries. It is also a ‘DREAM COME TRUE’ part of life when you get a chance to live in another country rather than yours. But also there can be situations where you can feel humiliated and embarrassed as there are some social laws or you can say ‘RULES AND REGULATIONS’ which are different for every country and the actions are taken with respect to the laws. So, you should know every law in the country you are willing to visit. Germany can be a nice visit. If you plan to come to Germany, I will make you introduce with the “GERMAN MECHANISM OF LIFE”. You can do things in German way which would help you establish yourself in a reputed German society. My article, which I am about to show you, focuses on ‘GERMAN CULTURE’. Kindly read till the end and absorb all the things as it would help you in having a good lifestyle in Germany. It will be a great pleasure for the reader. Enjoy yourself.

GERMANY- ONE OF THE COLDEST COUNTRIES IN WINTERS

Germany winters are quite harsh sometimes, especially in the months between October and April. The temperature in winters can fall to -2 degree Celsius. On the other hand, it can be mind-boggling as many people enjoy the beauty of winters. There is a list of some clothes that one should carry while visiting the country.

• WOOLENS

• Muffler

• Overcoat

• Underpants

• Sweaters

• Windcheaters

• Leather/Woolen gloves

• Big Hat or a Cap

PUNCTUALITY- GERMAN’S CUP OF TEA

Germans are very punctual about time. So, it can be a dreadful situation for a person who is lethargic by nature. If you have any appointment, class etc, be punctual about time and try not to be late. In case you feel like you will get late, arriving early is the best option. But you have to wait till the time appointed.

AT THE DOOR OF GERMANS

Women or Men, shaking hand is something which one should not forget when visiting Germans. Small presents can be very admirable by your host. A bottle of wine is the best gift for a family. It is always a cock-a-hoop moment for a woman to receive flowers. Presenting flowers is not always a signification for an intimate relationship except offering a single red rose to your partner with whom you have an intimate relationship.

PROPER DESIGNATION

You should use proper titles. A person, who is designated as a Professor, should be called the professor.

LONG CONVERSATIONS

Do not forget to grasp knowledge about politics or philosophy as Germans do not admire small and unfruitful talk. Express yourself precisely and distinctly. Germans do not like ambiguity. Germans require a long time to become friends and don’t like when a friendship is forced. They can reach the expected level of intimacy but all they require is ‘TIME’.

RULES OF EATING

Before the start of every meal, you should say “Guten Appetit” which is “have a nice meal” in English translation. The answer to that should be “Danke. Gleichfalls” which means “Thank you. Same to you”. Germans way of eating is very different. You are supposed to hold the fork in your left hand and the knife on your right one. However, spoons are mainly focused on using for sup. They don’t like when you visit their home and start juggling with their things, pull out books from their bookshelves, open their fridge and the most important thing, don’t ever try to walk in their bedrooms unless you are invited. You should always take permission before attempting to do anything. After you finish eating, put down your fork and knife side by side on the plate but do not ever belch when thanking your host for the invitation and meal. You must not leave the table until everybody is finished. Always wait for them.

BIRTHDAYS AND TELEPHONIC RULES

Germans do not wish in advance for birthdays. So, if you have any German friend, do not wish him/her in an advance while you must wish on the born date or after that.

 REPLYING PHONE CALLS

Germans have a very strict routine. You should not call them after 10 O’clock in the evening unless it is accorded to do so. Say your name, ‘Familienname’ which is ‘Family name’ in English instead of saying ‘Hello’. Old or elderly people should not be called in the noon after one till three O’clock. Also, calling families before 10 O’clock in the morning should be eschewed.

PARTYING IN PUBS

Going to a pub with your friends is a part of the joy in life. But don’t compel yourself to eat, drink or do something which your friends do. If you are comfortable with alcoholic drinks like beer or wine, then you can have that and of course, no one minds. Over this, if soft drinks or juices are more preferable by you, no one minds that too. In German, we say ‘Prost’ or ‘Zum Who’ which means ‘Cheers’ in English. Everyone should pay their own bills, even when you are with your friends unless you are invited. Don’t depend on others to pay your bill as it would be awkward and non-acceptable. You should always pay the bill directly to the waiter and a tip should not be forgotten by one which is equivalent to 10-11% of the bill. Living in a host or joint family can be as bad as much as it is good because they also have some rules which every family member should follow. You cannot come back drunk. Drinking is acceptable while getting drunk is not.

DOUGH IN HANDS

It is your personal choice whether you carry cash or bank cards but cash is more preferable according to the country as it will be used more ordinarily. There are some legal requirements which are mandatory to carry with you every time while living in the country. Under these requirements comes Passport or an ID card provided by the country as the foreigner ID card is not a consideration and is invalid. Road rules are strictly followed by Germans. It is prohibited to move into the bicycle lane while walking on the pavement as it is engaged for bicycles only. Also, you should see and observe the signals while crossing the street or a lane as it can be a punishable offence and you can be arraigned. Children should also be aware of these rules or they can harm themselves. Through stories and examples, it should be made to understand by the children.

Watch this video to know how much money you need to carry while moving to Germany.

 

There are a lot of things that you will learn during your survival in the country. Just be calm and stay alert with your mind and body. 

 

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Engineering

Germany has a long history of providing excellent education to the students in the field of engineering. In fact, Germany has some of the world’s best engineering schools that provides a variety of courses like Civil, Mechanical and IT engineering.

 

Here are some quick points for choosing Germany as your dream education destination:-

1.Germany is next best educational destination after USA and UK.
2.It is the hub of some of the most popular engineering colleges throughout Europe.
3.Providing quality education and internationally recognized degrees is included in Germany’s education portfolio.
4.Germany has always been known for scientific inventions and discoveries and therefore provides good scope for research studies.
5.The engineering courses taught in German universities are not only theory based but also provides a lot of space for practical exposure.
6.The best part about studying in Germany is that the cost of the educational program here is not expensive at all. The grants and scholarships offered by German government make it an easy affair for students who cannot afford to pay the fees for the engineering program.
7.Out of several hundreds of German engineering universities, five of them rank in top 100 universities in the world as per ‘Times Higher Education-QS World rankings 2009.”

 

Major Categories of Engineering Courses

The major categories of the courses that you shall be studying in German Engineering Colleges are as follows:-
Aerospace Engineering
Architecture, Urban Planning
Automotive Engineering, Traffic and Transport Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical engineering and Informative engineering
Environmental Protection, Ecology and Waste Disposal Technology
Food Technology
Public Health Engineering, Medical Technology and Engineering
Mechanical engineering
Mechatronics
Navigation- Nautical Science, Ship Operations Engineering, Maritime Transport
Optical Technologies
Precision and Micro Engineering
Printing Technology and Media Technology
Production Engineering
Public Utilities engineering, Facility Engineering
Regional Area Planning
Surveying/Geodesy, Cartography
Textile engineering, Clothing Technology

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Living Expense in Germany

 Germany is the most favourite destination among international students due to its cost-effective education. If you are planning to move to Germany in the near future for your higher studies, it’s good to know the cost of living beforehand. This blog covers all the details you need to know.

The country showcases a rich heritage, culture, history, scenic beauty as well as top universities.

The average cost of living varies from city to city due to variety of factors. The monthly expenditure for a single student is the highest in the cities like Hamburg and Munich whereas it is considerably lower in cities like Dresden and Leipzig. Despite this, basic amenities like groceries are highly affordable in all German cities.

1.Accommodation

The monthly accommodation cost in Germany depends on the city where you are staying. In cities like Munich, the monthly accommodation is approximately 500-600 Euros per month. In cities like Berlin, Hamburg it is approximately 400-450 Euros per month & in cities like Kiel, Chemnitz, Clausthal, Frieberg it is generally 300 to 350 Euros. If you are looking for perfectly furnished large accommodation near the centre of the city the rent per month can reach up to 1000 Euros.

2.Food and drink

The average cost of eating out at a decent and inexpensive restaurant is in the range of  8-14 euros whereas a three-course meal at some mid-range restaurant cost up to 30-40 euros. So cooking at home would be a great idea if you do not want to splurge. 

3.Public Transportation

Public transport in German is the most efficient and convenient for students. The good news is that a monthly payment for transportation is included in the university’s semester payment

4.Health Insurance

Health insurance is mandatory for students in Germany. It is between 100-150 Euros month, however, there are many options available now which are as low as 67 Euros per month.

Two main categories of Health Insurance in Germany are:

  • Public Health Insurance
  • Private Health Insurance

A student is free to choose what suits one’s requirements and how much one is willing to pay.

If you need to know more about important information like cost of living, health care facilities, mode of transportation as well as the quality of life you can check numbeo.com. There are a lot of discounts offered to students like rent, food, clothing, recreational events, and others.

Kindly watch this video to know about other expenses you need to consider in Germany.

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