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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Champion100(f): 4:11pm On Mar 15
bridget149:
today is the deadline for Masters in Geoengine at University of Stuttgart. it doesnt require reference letter or motivation letter. and you apply directly to the school, response in about 3 weeks. if you are into engineering or some course related to geoinformatics, geology, civil engineering, etc. and you have their required docs, you can apply..

Do they have BSc English Programs
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Annestacia: 4:15pm On Mar 15
SyberKate:

I did this still no word from them I later call the registrar they said I have to go to my study centre to start the application process

Is it the office in Abuja or Lagos.
I don't understand what they mean by going to your study center.

Let me find the numbers I called and send to you.
Ehe. Here they are
0807 991 7938
0706 470 1747
0818 013 9430

Hopefully one of the numbers will go through.
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Bamstar007: 4:42pm On Mar 15
Eldeee:


Seems like you are into the GEO world, anyway if you are interested in such program, I will also suggest you check out the following programs.

If you are interested in remote sensing, check out KIT and university of wurzburg,

If you are for geoinformatics, check out university of muenster and hft Stuttgart

If you are for geoinformatics and geodesy, check out Leibniz universitat hannover and TU Berlin

If you are interested in hydrography, check out hafencity university, Hamburg

Then if you are interested in all these areas of specializations in one program and you be Oliver Twist like us, then come to University of applied sciences Karlsruhe for geomatics.
@eldee I guess you are in a tuition paying school, how are you coping and how does it really work. I will appreciate your response and I’m also a geo person and I can see some tuition paying schools too and they are interesting with geoinformatics and Remote sensing courses.
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by erny11: 4:46pm On Mar 15
Fabcol:
cool cool
We dey go rock there sept


You can say that again

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by SyberKate(f): 5:09pm On Mar 15
Annestacia:


Is it the office in Abuja or Lagos.
I don't understand what they mean by going to your study center.

Let me find the numbers I called and send to you.
Ehe. Here they are
0807 991 7938
0706 470 1747
0818 013 9430

Hopefully one of the numbers will go through.

Thanks so much
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by aodiba(m): 5:30pm On Mar 15
This is not my original post. Found it on a previous page and decided to share because of those asking the most basic of questions.
Please if you come across this post and you are new or confused... Please read the first page of this thread... Please




STEPS TO TRAVEL TO GERMANY (student way)
1. Decide that you want to study in Germany
2. Find a program/University of your choice
3. Get all required documents
4. Certify photocopy of documents at German embassy/high court/notary public
5. Apply to the university through uni-assist or courier (depends)
6. Receive admission letter(s)
7. i) Book appointment and open block account with your Admission letter
ii) or get sponsor living in Germany(with 1500euro monthly salary)
8. Book appointment for VISA interview
9. Interview proper
10. Waiting period (have a doctor's number on your speed dial )
11. The A.M mail drops...CONGRATS
12. Get travel insurance and book flight ticket
13. Port to Germany
DISCLAIMER; The above content is based on personal research, hearsay and other people's experience...You are fully and soley responsible for any actions or results If you choose to act on the above information.
SOURCES; GOOGLE, daad.de, German embassy website, family/friends living in Germany

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Champion100(f): 7:35pm On Mar 15
aodiba:
This is not my original post. Found it on a previous page and decided to share because of those asking the most basic of questions.
Please if you come across this post and you are new or confused... Please read the first page of this thread... Please




STEPS TO TRAVEL TO GERMANY (student way)
1. Decide that you want to study in Germany
2. Find a program/University of your choice
3. Get all required documents
4. Certify photocopy of documents at German embassy/high court/notary public
5. Apply to the university through uni-assist or courier (depends)
6. Receive admission letter(s)
7. i) Book appointment and open block account with your Admission letter
ii) or get sponsor living in Germany(with 1500euro monthly salary)
8. Book appointment for VISA interview
9. Interview proper
10. Waiting period (have a doctor's number on your speed dial )
11. The A.M mail drops...CONGRATS
12. Get travel insurance and book flight ticket
13. Port to Germany
DISCLAIMER; The above content is based on personal research, hearsay and other people's experience...You are fully and soley responsible for any actions or results If you choose to act on the above information.
SOURCES; GOOGLE, daad.de, German embassy website, family/friends living in Germany

Sharp �
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Tope2580(m): 7:44pm On Mar 15
Mystique20:
Hi everyone!

So I stumbled upon this site late last year and it's been AMAZING, I've laughed, dragged people, been dragged, learned a lot and contributed the little I know, made really great friends who I'd love to have forever. On here I made friends who helped me every step of the way, whenever I had issues (I MEAN SOMEONE I'VE NEVER MET HELPED ME GET AN INTERVIEW DATE) and to all of them I say thank you, it's been wonderful meeting you all.

Now that I'm done speaking English and making sure my degree fees have been well spent, here's my time-line :
Interview date: 11th February
AM: 12th March (7:24 am) I spilled my tea!
Sent passport and insurance : 14th March.

Hoping to get all back next week, all the best to everyone expecting a response.

@kingucc
@immafrank (detailed and composed responses always)
@fabcol (my panla fish)
@bukolaakin
Cc eldee
Heybaby
Congrats

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Annestacia: 9:10pm On Mar 15
SyberKate:


Thanks so much

You're welcome, glad I could help.
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Annestacia: 9:11pm On Mar 15
Mystique20:
Hi everyone!

So I stumbled upon this site late last year and it's been AMAZING, I've laughed, dragged people, been dragged, learned a lot and contributed the little I know, made really great friends who I'd love to have forever. On here I made friends who helped me every step of the way, whenever I had issues (I MEAN SOMEONE I'VE NEVER MET HELPED ME GET AN INTERVIEW DATE) and to all of them I say thank you, it's been wonderful meeting you all.

Now that I'm done speaking English and making sure my degree fees have been well spent, here's my time-line :
Interview date: 11th February
AM: 12th March (7:24 am) I spilled my tea!
Sent passport and insurance : 14th March.

Hoping to get all back next week, all the best to everyone expecting a response.

@kingucc
@immafrank (detailed and composed responses always)
@fabcol (my panla fish)
@bukolaakin
Cc eldee
Heybaby

Congrats...go and make us proud.

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Goztino(m): 9:19pm On Mar 15
aodiba:
This is not my original post. Found it on a previous page and decided to share because of those asking the most basic of questions.
Please if you come across this post and you are new or confused... Please read the first page of this thread... Please




STEPS TO TRAVEL TO GERMANY (student way)
1. Decide that you want to study in Germany
2. Find a program/University of your choice
3. Get all required documents
4. Certify photocopy of documents at German embassy/high court/notary public
5. Apply to the university through uni-assist or courier (depends)
6. Receive admission letter(s)
7. i) Book appointment and open block account with your Admission letter
ii) or get sponsor living in Germany(with 1500euro monthly salary)
8. Book appointment for VISA interview
9. Interview proper
10. Waiting period (have a doctor's number on your speed dial )
11. The A.M mail drops...CONGRATS
12. Get travel insurance and book flight ticket
13. Port to Germany
DISCLAIMER; The above content is based on personal research, hearsay and other people's experience...You are fully and soley responsible for any actions or results If you choose to act on the above information.
SOURCES; GOOGLE, daad.de, German embassy website, family/friends living in Germany

Thanks for reposting

I am expecting number 6 while still looking for other schools to apply
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Larrylrkay(m): 9:24pm On Mar 15
Missmi:
Congrats to everyone getting their AMs. We hope everyone gets to post their interview and AM dates throughout the year and especially once Winter admissions start coming.
.
.
So, to learning Deutsch, since that is all I do these days. I've created a group called Nairaland on Duolingo for those who wanna learn German (which I assume is all of us since we need the language to succeed in Germany). To join you can use the code J3FX7M. Duolingo is free and this group is just a fun way to stay competitive as we learn the language, sort of an incentive to keep learning especially for those of not not yet in Deutschland. Joining is pretty straightforward with the code above. If you're confused, google 'how to join a club on Duolingo'.

Ps: 30 days into using the app, I can already form quite a few sentences and have short conversations. As someone said, you have a huge advantage learning the language or at least becoming farmiliar with it before you arrive the country. Happy Learning!




I like to join the club but I can't find where "club" is on my duolingo app
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Champion100(f): 9:26pm On Mar 15
Larrylrkay:




I like to join the club but I can't find where "club" is on my duolingo app

Same here ooo...

I don find am tire.
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Larrylrkay(m): 9:29pm On Mar 15
Darrelah:
Hi guys, I have been very bothered to be honest. I got my AM jan 28th and posted my documents with passport and travel insurance to the embassy since last Wednesday, that’s 9 days now. No dispatch of my documents or any call from dhl. My brother’s own took only two days. I am so worried. I tried tracking and it says Nothing yet like it hasn’t been dispatched. My flight is for next weekend and I have made all arrangements. What could be the problem? Has there been cases like this?


Pray to God
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by lecksam: 9:29pm On Mar 15
Please more clarification on number 10..



aodiba:
This is not my original post. Found it on a previous page and decided to share because of those asking the most basic of questions.
Please if you come across this post and you are new or confused... Please read the first page of this thread... Please




STEPS TO TRAVEL TO GERMANY (student way)
1. Decide that you want to study in Germany
2. Find a program/University of your choice
3. Get all required documents
4. Certify photocopy of documents at German embassy/high court/notary public
5. Apply to the university through uni-assist or courier (depends)
6. Receive admission letter(s)
7. i) Book appointment and open block account with your Admission letter
ii) or get sponsor living in Germany(with 1500euro monthly salary)
8. Book appointment for VISA interview
9. Interview proper
10. Waiting period (have a doctor's number on your speed dial )
11. The A.M mail drops...CONGRATS
12. Get travel insurance and book flight ticket
13. Port to Germany
DISCLAIMER; The above content is based on personal research, hearsay and other people's experience...You are fully and soley responsible for any actions or results If you choose to act on the above information.
SOURCES; GOOGLE, daad.de, German embassy website, family/friends living in Germany
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by bridget149: 9:58pm On Mar 15
yeah. its the applicants choice if he can afford it
badmus306:

I hope u know this school has a tution fee of €1,500
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by bridget149: 10:03pm On Mar 15
thanx alot. i've been looking for this overview.

aodiba:
This is not my original post. Found it on a previous page and decided to share because of those asking the most basic of questions.
Please if you come across this post and you are new or confused... Please read the first page of this thread... Please




STEPS TO TRAVEL TO GERMANY (student way)
1. Decide that you want to study in Germany
2. Find a program/University of your choice
3. Get all required documents
4. Certify photocopy of documents at German embassy/high court/notary public
5. Apply to the university through uni-assist or courier (depends)
6. Receive admission letter(s)
7. i) Book appointment and open block account with your Admission letter
ii) or get sponsor living in Germany(with 1500euro monthly salary)
8. Book appointment for VISA interview
9. Interview proper
10. Waiting period (have a doctor's number on your speed dial )
11. The A.M mail drops...CONGRATS
12. Get travel insurance and book flight ticket
13. Port to Germany
DISCLAIMER; The above content is based on personal research, hearsay and other people's experience...You are fully and soley responsible for any actions or results If you choose to act on the above information.
SOURCES; GOOGLE, daad.de, German embassy website, family/friends living in Germany
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by rolandy22: 10:23pm On Mar 15
I just booked a Visa Interview date :May 2nd for Winter Session!!!

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by valenti12(m): 10:24pm On Mar 15
aodiba:
This is not my original post. Found it on a previous page and decided to share because of those asking the most basic of questions.
Please if you come across this post and you are new or confused... Please read the first page of this thread... Please




STEPS TO TRAVEL TO GERMANY (student way)
1. Decide that you want to study in Germany
2. Find a program/University of your choice
3. Get all required documents
4. Certify photocopy of documents at German embassy/high court/notary public
5. Apply to the university through uni-assist or courier (depends)
6. Receive admission letter(s)
7. i) Book appointment and open block account with your Admission letter
ii) or get sponsor living in Germany(with 1500euro monthly salary)
8. Book appointment for VISA interview
9. Interview proper
10. Waiting period (have a doctor's number on your speed dial )
11. The A.M mail drops...CONGRATS
12. Get travel insurance and book flight ticket
13. Port to Germany
DISCLAIMER; The above content is based on personal research, hearsay and other people's experience...You are fully and soley responsible for any actions or results If you choose to act on the above information.
SOURCES; GOOGLE, daad.de, German embassy website, family/friends living in Germany
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by rolandy22: 10:25pm On Mar 15
I just booked a Visa Interview date :May 2nd for Winter Session!!!

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by aodiba(m): 10:32pm On Mar 15
lecksam:
Please more clarification on number 10..



Sarcasm.... You know anxious excitement... the wait for the almighty AM
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Aque(m): 10:45pm On Mar 15
rolandy22:
I just booked a Visa Interview date :May 2nd for Winter Session!!!
you don set oh! Best wishes!
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by mychellin: 11:01pm On Mar 15
Dear colleague,
I was scheduled for an interview by univ of applied science Berlin as final part to get my Admission letter. Has anyone pass through this with same sch or similar sch? My question
1. What shd I be expecting to discuss for the interview
2. What's the studying in the sch look like in terms of student job
3. How expensive is the sch fees monthly or yearly as a private sch
4. What opportunities ahead choosing the sch as against others considering fact that I applied to various schools as well

kindly help with your info or idea. Thanks
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Eldeee(m): 11:17pm On Mar 15
Bamstar007:

@eldee I guess you are in a tuition paying school, how are you coping and how does it really work. I will appreciate your response and I’m also a geo person and I can see some tuition paying schools too and they are interesting with geoinformatics and Remote sensing courses.

Am yet to enroll, aiming for winter semester. I already have admissions for msc geomatics at the University or Applied Science Karlsruhe, which incidentally happens to be my first choice.

Incidentally most of the wonderful programs for geo related courses are on Baden wurttemberg which requires a payment of €1500 per semester for tuition. This of course is the downside. But in all, it's cool nevertheless.

Coping with the payment is not quite funny more especially when others are flexing no tuition, but it's quite feasible if adequately planned. It's not like I have all the money to pay for it, but from what I learnt it's very much possible

I actually prefer the geomatics program at Karlsruhe cos its curriculum is second to none for me and you get to learn almost every specialities such as remote sensing, geoinformatics, geodesy, software engineering, surveying and cartography, geobusiness, environmental resource management etc before you graduate and that makes you better suited for the market and consultancy services as well. Unlike others who are just interested in only one or at most two specialties.

So in all, it depends on what you actually want. Just as you see in the list of programs I outlined.

As regards managing the tuition issue, if you cut down on expenses by getting a cheaper accommodation, you can save for it. And moreover there are lots of good jobs available for students in this region, If you are good in programming from what I heard, na you go run cos BW is the technology hub.

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by mrsmba5: 11:43pm On Mar 15
Champion100:


Hello Mrsmba5, are you still applying to Haw Hamburg?

You don't respond to your inbox
I have applied to HAW Hamburg, what of u
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Fabcol(m): 12:11am On Mar 16
Pls how did you book

rolandy22:
I just booked a Visa Interview date :May 2nd for Winter Session!!!

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