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|Re: German Embassy And Visa by Eke40seven(m): 5:31am On Jan 17, 2015|
Johnabajo:Just state your questions here on your specific concerns, as you can obviously see, our brothers and sisters for winter 2014 (which was quite a sizable number on the thread making enquiries every minute) have moved on and may not even remember the thread exist. So, if you are waiting for any to say "present sir" then its best to wait for your granite to boil.
State your questions so that others will learn. I will try as much as possible to help and if its not enough, I will consult friends there.
I hope that's good enough?
twinkle1:Brother, you are certainly in the right place. However, as the other brother rightly pointed out, you will need to read at least from page 250/300 to arm yourself with the right infos. You won't regret it, trust me!
Google "daad international programmes" to do your search for suitable courses.
While you are at it, you can salivate over these courses suitable for Civil engineering students which you could look past not knowing it.
HTW Berlin - Construction and Real Estate Management
TU Munich - Advanced construction and Automation.
Get to work and start searching for others
Your GP is 2.2 on the German grading system so you will qualify for most courses without restricted admission given the fact that you provide all required documents in the required format.
@williamso, the reason why people are encouraged to read previous pages and follow updates bumper to bumper is that when you keep repeating same questions, the thread becomes voluminous, repetitive and becomes burdensome and bulky for new and willing members to read. and in fact, its for your good.
So, your tongue-in-cheek advise for the closure of the thread was way off the track. As you can see, the question you asked was just less than 4 pages before your post and was adequately deliberated upon.
|Re: German Embassy And Visa by SOLARPOWER1: 8:25am On Jan 17, 2015|
|Re: German Embassy And Visa by Williamso(m): 11:52am On Jan 17, 2015|
It would be very foolish of me to say I do not respect the effort all you veterans, especially you, put into this thread. More saliva to your mouths.
I asked that question because a lot of people have been talking about jobs during schooling but not after schooling. Your reply did no justice to my question, but was able to get the reply I needed indirectly through you. Thanks for that.
While I will not advocate for asking rather silly questions that any search engine can answer (e.g "Which German universities are tuition free?", or information that can be obtained from daad, I feel continuous referral of people to hundreds of prior pages will, despite it's novel intentions in curbing redundancy, ultimately make people scared of asking questions, thus reducing the posts on this thread and ultimately leading it to comatose, which I believe we all don't want.
Still a lovely thread it is and credit in no small part goes to you all.
P.S.: My tongue-in-cheek advice was just that, literally , and the question I asked was not "adequately deliberated upon" less than 4/5 pages back
|Re: German Embassy And Visa by justwise(m): 12:06pm On Jan 17, 2015|
Please continue here https://www.nairaland.com/2098236/general-german-visa-enquiries-part
This page is far too long now for people to read through previous posts.
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