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Semester Break

20/03/2017 - 10:59-5 Comments by | india flag

With the advent of Frühling (spring), sun is gleaming more and snow just melted away leaving behind patches of green grass unveiled . That’s perfect weather to enjoy your semester break and i am just loving it . Why is that Germany never fails to surprise me with its subtle beauty of nature . I have already heard from my friends that summer is beautiful and if it truly is , i was wondering if i will be able to concentrate on my studies or not . Hopefully i do .

So, as i  sit in the balcony of my dormitory , I  recall all the exhilarating moments I had just spend in the past 5 months in Germany . The time flew before even i could blink . It feels like just  yesterday I was applying to the universities , anxiously waiting for at least one  admit and here I am already done with my first semester . I don’t know how to react on that. Someone come and pinch me, I still feel it’s just a dream .But that’s how life in Germany is .You live every moment , you feel every moment . Even the stressful time during exams seems to be fun now .

P.S :  I just hope that I clear all the exams .

I have already planned things I would like to do in the next semester . From exploring more parts of Europe to learning more about German culture and pursuing a new hobby , the list is never  ending and I hope that I accomplish atleast few of them and yes , at the same time share my experiences with you all and kill you with boredom . Just kidding , I share my experiences so that you all feel more encouraged to come here and realise your dreams .

People from my neighbourhood w-g (Apartment ) have just come out and are preparing grill . Its time to join them , its so tempting  .

If you have queries regarding admission or any other general issue regarding studying in Germany , now is a good time to ask me as i have time to reply you all. Signing off !!!

Thank you

Tags: Accommodation, English Blog Post, Everyday Life, Society & Culture, Student Life

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5 Comments

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    Comment by BABATUNDE ESHIOZHOKHAI JOSEPH created 10/08/2018 - 01:24

    Is it compulsory to learn german language to get a good job. I want to do MS in automobiles in germany but many of my friends are suggesting US because you cant get a job in germany if you are not fluent enough in german language.

    Comment by raghu created 05/02/2019 - 10:32

      Hi,
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      Comment by Redaktion created 19/02/2019 - 10:52

    Hey, I am currently applying to study in Germany but I am a little confused about the procedure with uni-assist. Can you help me with it? Do you know which documents should i send electronically and which by post? Thanks in advance.

    Comment by Arba created 23/05/2019 - 23:44

      Hi Arba,

      unfortunately we cannot help you in this matter. Please contact uni-asisst directly: https://www.uni-assist.de/en/contact/
      Best wishes,
      your Study in Germany team

      Comment by Redaktion created 28/05/2019 - 08:04

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