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What do you need to bring to study in Germany

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At the beginning of the school season in Germany, many students who want to study in Germany are also preparing their luggage. So what items do you need to bring to study in Germany? Now let’s list the items that students need to carry. Let’s see what items they must bring?

1、 Important documents

1. ID card (if you take a plane or train in China, you can take it with you, but you can’t use it when you go out) and passport. Passport is the top priority, so you must remember to put it away.

2. Various originals and translation notarized copies. The high school graduation certificate, college entrance examination admission roster, transcripts, university graduation certificate, degree certificate, language achievement, APS supplementary examination materials used when applying for University, if Zu required, other materials need to be mastered by themselves, mainly for registration. Some universities can send materials to register in advance, and the school will also send Bescheinigung and term tickets. Remember to bring them.

3. Deutsche Bank a series of forms. Open an account in Germany.

4. A series of insurance forms. Activate in Germany.

5. ID photo. Take the domestic makeup + PS or 1-inch or 2-inch super beautiful certificate photo with you. It must be on a white background. Registration, settlement and many other places need to be used. German manual photography is very expensive, and machine photography is expensive and ugly.

6. Original driver’s license and notarized translation. This applies only to drivers who intend to drive in Germany within six months, not longer.

7. Money and bank cards. When you are new to many places where you use money, you should bring more cash. When you exchange foreign exchange with a bank, remember to ask for more change. 500 euros is difficult to spend. If you are worried about the safety of funds, you might as well apply for a savings card of Huaxia Bank. Mom and dad can deposit RMB in China. They can withdraw euros directly in Germany without handling charges for the first time every day.

8. Phone card. Buy it at home in advance, otherwise it’s painful to go to Germany without Internet and call.

2、 Learning class

1. Neutral refill

Germans seem to prefer ballpoint pens… I haven’t seen neutral pens (╯﹏﹏╭ system) in supermarkets. But I think ballpoint pens are a little ugly… If you are used to ballpoint pens or friends who like to use pens, you don’t need to bring them ~ (pens can directly buy Lamy’s ~) marker pens, I think you can bring them or not, Although the German marker is a little more expensive than the domestic marker, I think it is very easy to use~

2. Book

This varies from person to person. If you like to make a manual account, you’d better bring it yourself. Ha ha ~ the manual account book here is very expensive (ノ) Д T) If you just take notes in class, I don’t think it’s necessary, because the paper books here are better than those in China, and they are all loose leaf. Maybe they are used to binding after writing ~ similar to this, the side of the checkered paper is provided with binding holes, which is easy to tear open

It’s very convenient for taking notes, or you can buy A4 paper directly, which won’t be very expensive ~ then you don’t need to bring file bags, folders, paper clips, staples and so on. You can buy them, which is cheap and easy to use~

3. USB flash disk and hard disk

USB flash disk can copy some important files. The most important thing is hard disk!!! Please make good use of all the resources of movies, TV dramas and variety shows you want to see in China… Almost all resources in Germany have to be paid and are not cheap.

3、 Preparations for studying in Germany

1. Free is relative

Only public universities are tuition free; The cost of private institutions is relatively high. People must also apply for a major, be admitted, and graduate under the same conditions as German students.

2. You can’t always work

Learning and pleasure are the same. Students from non EU countries need a student visa. The visa limits students to working 120 full days or 240 half days a year. During the semester, students are only allowed to work 20 hours a week. However, don’t worry about not being able to support yourself, because the cost of living in Germany is generally lower than that in the United States or Britain, including rent, food, medical insurance and public transport.

Students with EU passports can also apply for grants (BAF ö g). Half of the grant belongs to state aid and half belongs to loan. There is no need to pay interest when repaying the loan. For citizens of non EU countries, the grant can be obtained only under special circumstances. In addition, a kind suggestion: please don’t have the idea of illegal work. You will be exploited miserably; If caught, he may also face deportation.

3. Scholarship

Foreigners have the opportunity to apply for all kinds of grants and scholarships, whether their major is engineering, German culture or art. As long as you get good grades and work hard to do your part, you may get a funding quota.

Most scholarships for foreign students are provided by DAAD (German Academic Exchange Center), which is supported by the state. There are also many other foundations that provide funding for specific disciplines. If you can get a scholarship, you will have certain advantages in applying for University.