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Advice for when you are Studying Abroad

In my previous blog post I wrote about how to prepare yourself before leaving to study abroad. Now that I covered what I think are the most important things to consider before leaving your home country, it is time to … Continue reading

18. July 2013 by Koyotie
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Tips for Preparing to Study Abroad

Hi dear readers, I posted a lot, but forgot to share with you the first time I came to Munich. Just a general overview of what I feel it is important to do to prepare yourself for the studying abroad … Continue reading

15. July 2013 by Koyotie
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My reasons for studying in Germany

Hey all, I wanted my first blog post to be about how and why I decided to come half-across the world from Japan to study in Germany, particularly in Munich. For starters I have always been very found of Europe … Continue reading

02. July 2013 by Koyotie
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How to open Deutsche Bank Blocked Account for Students

What is Blocked Account (Sperrkonto) If you think that you can afford to finance your studies, than a Blocked Account or known in German as Sperrkonto is required. It is required to have a minimum of 8640 Euros in your … Continue reading

22. June 2013 by besart
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Finding a Place to Live While Studying in Germany

Being accepted on your major field of study on college means a lot for you, but it isn’t over yet. Finding a place to live while studying is vital for every student. Some students may look for cheap accommodation while others give … Continue reading

20. June 2013 by besart
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How to Apply to Study in Germany?

Importance of Graduation: Applying for a place only makes sense if you have a college degree, which allows you to pursue for a higher education. Your college degree may influence on what subjects you can study. The higher results on … Continue reading

19. June 2013 by Koyotie
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