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You want to apply to a German university, but you’re not sure what steps you need to take? Then join study-in.de for this special feature! They will provide you with helpful information, and will also be holding two expert chats with uni-assist e.V. and with the TestDaF Institute.

For an entire week, from 13 -17 March, they will provide you with all the information and tips you will need to successfully apply to a German higher education institution.

  • You want to know how the German Higher Education System works and what kind of degrees you can gain there?
  • You need information about scholarships and financing your studies?
  • You have questions regarding the application procedure via uni-assist, or about taking the TestAS or the TestDaF?

Register for one of the chats below for answers to these questions and more.

CHAT WITH EXPERTS FROM UNI-ASSIST E.V.

How does applying via uni-assist work? What are the advantages of applying via uni-assist? Which documents do I have to hand in? These and other questions will be answered by our experts Jessica Dömötör und Stefanie Arendsee from uni-assist e.V. By the way, you can find a list of all the universities for which uni-assist processes Master’s programme applications on the uni-assist website.

This chat will take place on 13 March 2017 from 10:00 am to about 11:00 am (EDT).

To join the chat, click on the link (link will be available here before the chat starts).
You will be able to enter the chat room on 13 March from 9:45 am (EDT) onwards.

You’re welcome to submit your questions in English or in German. We look forward to hearing from you and answering your questions!

CHAT WITH EXPERTS FROM THE TESTDAF-INSTITUTE

What is the TestAS and what does it actually assess? What advantages does the certificate give me? How can I prepare myself for the TestDaF? These and other questions will be answered by our experts from g.a.s.t. - Gesellschaft für Akademische Studienvorbereitung und Testentwicklung e. V.

This chat will take place on 14 March 2017 from 10:00 am to about 11:00 am (EDT).

To join the chat, click on this link (link will be available here before the chat starts).
You will be able to enter the chat room on 14 March from 9:45 am (EDT) onward.

You’re welcome to submit your questions in English or German. We look forward to hearing from you and answering your questions!