Do you know what is Studienkolleg? Who is not interested in studying in the world of philosophers and thinkers of the world?
Germany is a country that is famous for the quality of its education at an affordable cost. A lot of good opportunities are always there for talented persons. Many universities in Germany are included in the Top Universities ranking in the world, you know.
How can you study in Germany?
Then how can you study in Germany, especially if the language used is not English? This is really important point to focus on. Well, in this article we want to discuss about the steps so that you can study in Germany easily and you do not need to look here and there in puzzles.
What is Studienkolleg?
If you want to apply for a Bachelor’s degree in Germany, then you must be familiar with the term Studienkolleg. Studienkolleg is a preparatory school for foreigners or international students to enter universities in Germany.
The process is very similar to high school in Pakistan anyway, the study hours are from 8 am to 1 pm. The aim is to ensure that foreign students have an adequate level of education and German language skills to study at the S1 level at least.
Usually Studienkolleg lasts for 2 semesters (1 year), and is given a repeat period for a maximum of 1 semester.
What is the curriculum for studienkolleg?
The curriculum itself is divided into 4 courses which can be chosen according to the S1 major you will choose. The four courses are:
This course will include German, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Information Technology
German, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
German, History, German Literature, Sociology, and Statistics are included in G-exchange course.
German, Mathematics, Economics, Business, and Sociology
If you are accepted by one of the Studienkolleg, you will usually get a study visa for 2 years. So it must be calculated by yourself how to divide the 2-year time. For example, if you want a German course first in Munich, then you have decided the 2 years course.
Just remember that the Studienkolleg period itself is 1 year. Here we will give you example of reputed institute in Germany.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) or what is called the German Karlsruhe Institute für Technologie was officially established in 2009 as a merger of the University of Karlsruhe and Karlsruhe Research Center (KRC).
Nuclear Research Facility at KIT
Karlsruhe University was founded in 1825. And one thing to note is KRC has a good name if you talk about nuclear research facilities.
Many persons have been introduced from Karlsruhe University, such as
- Karl Friedrich Benz. He was engineer who designed a fabulous masterpiece the “Benz Patent Motorcar”.
- 6 Nobel laureates were also introduced by KIT.
- KIT includes the 1909 winner for physics, Ferdinand Braun;
- Similarly, you will come to know that Fritz Haber, who won the chemistry prize in 1918 has been studying in KIT
- Another famous chemist whose name is Herman Staudinger has been coming here and won a chemistry degree in 1953. And it shows the class of education in Germany.
The quality of research is really high that’s why these personalities won so many awards and Nobel prizes. You will also come to know about another marvelous university that is mentioned below.
Hochschule Hof – University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design
Another great university in Germany which was founded in 1994, Hochschule Hof (Hof University of Applied Sciences) is a tertiary institution located in the city of Bavaria.
Hochschule Hof (HS Hof) offers courses and programs that provide officially recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees in various fields of study. The 23-year-old university has a selective admission policy based on academic records and student academic grades, including for international students.
So, here you will come to know the oldest universities from Germany. Keep in mind normally on internet you dont not see a lot of information about authentic institutes. But at Talibilm.pk you will see the details.
University of Applied Sciences Würzburg – Schweinfurt
Another oldest university in Germany is mentioned here. This university was founded in 1402 and is among the oldest in Germany. Comprising 10 faculties, the university has around 28,000 students and offers academic studies in the fields of humanities, law and economics, life science, and natural science and technology.
Similar to Hochschule Hof, the university which was founded back in the 1960s after World War II also has 14 Nobel laureates and it is not a small thing. One of them was Wilhelm Rontgen who in 1901 won the Nobel Prize in Physics for his research on X-rays. Since 2004, Wurzburg also has a Graduate School that allows doctoral candidates to continue studying at the university. Now you will think once again to study here because the chances to become a professional graduate with excellent career options would be open for you in Germany.