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  • Neubee Asked on January 7, 2019 in Study and Life in Germany.

    Mostly in German, YES but not all of it. There are a lot of international firms. You’ll know better once you are in the market. If you are learning to code on your own. That’s good, maybe find a coding job. Definitely working for companies will pay you more hourly rate.

    Yes you can find a job after 2-3 months. Once you are in Germsny build a CV in europass and start applying like crazy!. More on this in the following link.

    Apply for winter or summer doesn’t make a difference.

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  • Neubee Asked on January 7, 2019 in Study and Life in Germany.

    Hi Ammar,

    I will answer each question separately.

    i want to ask Is Germany really worth investing?

    If you are ready to work hard in your life in order to have a better career. than “YES, IT IS WORTH INVESTING”.

    Otherwise, if you’re looking for a shortcut to survive than “NO”.

    Can we cover our living expenses with part time odd jobs (not computer jobs)?

    Odd jobs are just a way to help you earn a little bit money in order to bare your living expenses and it is enough for you to live a decent life without needing any financial assistance from your family back home. So YES, odd jobs are enough until you are a student but you won’t be able to spend like a king, so you would have to manage your expenses.

    This is in case you are studying in a fees free University.

    How tough is to manage study along with a part time job ?

    It is tough but once you are into it. You’ll be working hard and enjoying it without even realizing it. But you should apply with the mindset that I am going to Germany for a better future for which I am ready to work hard.

    Seniors what will you suggest to an it professional whose coding is not good? and he is from average family. Investing 20 lac is a wise desicion?

    Sorry but I’ll be a bit blunt about this part.

    With what I understand, your coding knowledge is not good enough due to your lack of focus and hard work in your field of study which is a bad sign and won’t take you a long way in life. Things won’t work out well in Germany if you continue to follow the same route.

    Which brings me to my answer, there are a lot of IT jobs in Germany and you are lucky to have a background in this field. So it is only worth investing this much money(anywhere in life) if you are ready to work hard after going there, with the mindset to enhance your coding skills and knowledge and look for better opportunities. Otherwise don’t bother.

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  • Neubee Asked on December 26, 2018 in General Living.

    Hi Faiza, I would advice you to first learn German at least B2 level because in project management jobs you have to manage people and do other things for that you must have good German skills. So first do German and in the meanwhile start applying for jobs from Pakistan and once you got the job then goto Germany

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  • Neubee Asked on December 24, 2018 in General Living.

    you can’t carry more than 10,000 euros in hand

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  • Neubee Asked on December 24, 2018 in Education.

    Can you give more details please ? what is it for ? what topic are you writing about ?

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  • Yes there are a lot of Engineering jobs in Germany. Until and unless you are in the field of tech of any sort you are good. Here is the list of degrees i found that offer communications degree in Germany

    https://www.daad.de/deutschland/studienangebote/international-programmes/en/result/?q=communication&degree%5B%5D=2&lang%5B%5D=2&fos=3&crossFac=&cert=&admReq=&scholarshipLC=&scholarshipSC=&langDeAvailable=&langEnAvailable=&lvlEn%5B%5D=&cit%5B%5D=&tyi%5B%5D=&fee=&bgn%5B%5D=&dur%5B%5D=&sort=4&ins%5B%5D=&subjects%5B%5D=&limit=10&offset=&display=list

    If you are open to select a slightly different field. I’ll ask you to go for computer science, hands down. You will be very much at ease if you did CS as there are a lot of jobs for CS people.

    check this question for learning more about what is in demand currently with regards to CS

    i know a friend who did his bachelors in Telecom but he is also focusing on data science and artificial intelligence now.

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  • Hi zubair,

    Yes you can, you just have to check which University admission requirements you fulfill. I’m sure there are Universities which accept these requirements.

    I did some research and found the following link which list universities that offer business degrees. Please take a look at it.

    https://www.bachelorstudies.com/BBA/Germany/

    Note that either these Universities charge fee or require German language.

    I also found some Universities offering business studies in English for free. They will not all be BBA but close i.e different kinds of management and stuff. Check the following universities.

    https://www.daad.de/deutschland/studienangebote/international-programmes/en/result/?q=&degree%5B%5D=1&lang%5B%5D=2&fos=5&crossFac=&cert=&admReq=&scholarshipLC=&scholarshipSC=&langDeAvailable=&langEnAvailable=&lvlEn%5B%5D=&cit%5B%5D=&tyi%5B%5D=&fee=&bgn%5B%5D=&dur%5B%5D=&sort=4&ins%5B%5D=&subjects%5B%5D=&limit=10&offset=&display=list

    I would like to point out 1 university which looked closest to your requirements.

    https://www.daad.de/deutschland/studienangebote/international-programmes/en/detail/3603/#tab_costs

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  • the following link might be helpful for you.

    If i understand your question correctly, you want to pah your uni assist fee with someone else’s credit card.

    If thats your question than. YES, you can pay with someone elses credit card. You just have to mention your application number on the credit card form

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  • Yeah its mandatory, If your university issue Ielts exempt letter so there is no need of ielts regarding visa.

    Mail your university and request them issue ielts exempt letter for visa purpose.

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  • Neubee Asked on December 20, 2018 in Education.

    Studying in Germany is almost free. You just have to pay for the living expense here which is around 400 – 600 euros per month. Most students work here part-time along with there studies to pay their bills.

    In my case, before coming to Germany I didn’t have so much money so I applied in various Universities in Germany. After securing the admission I borrowed money and blocked the amount of 8000 euro which is required to show to German Embassy in Pakistan for getting the visa.

    After coming to Germany I worked part-time here with the studies and returned all the money back to my relatives and know after 4 years I am working here in a company and I have a blue card.

    This answer accepted by HussainSheikh. on December 20, 2018 Earned 15 points.

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