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dipaks

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Posted: 2006-02-28 09:41:00   

I am thinking to go to Germany may be by student visa.

I don't know about the German law.

Could any body tell me about the lodgeing and fooding cost and telle me please it can be provided in a house at very cheap cost.

How is the employment system ?

If I enter in Germaney, I need a job necessery, if any body want to help me please contact me!!!



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ravinderkumarsi

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Posted: 2006-02-28 11:47:00   

Heloo Dipak,

first of all please tell the following details

1.what is your qualification??

2.which filed you want to study further.

3.are you able to take up you expences by ur self



well as i know nepal govt. gives a scholarship to few brilliant student,you can give the exam.

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dipaks

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Posted: 2006-03-01 09:12:00   

Hello Ravi,



Thank you for your kind suggestion.

Well I have finished 12 grade.

I have interest to study IT course may be also other.

I have done diploma in computer course and have some experience to related field.

Financially I am weak so It is very hard to me able to take up expenses however I should manage the things.

I hope to hear forward

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ravinderkumarsi

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Posted: 2006-03-02 05:29:00   

hii deepak ,

well about germany i dont have much info but as far india is concern there are a ,lots of institutions here giving high level IT cources,but what is ur specilization ,are u in programming or networking???

i am doing SAP course and it will cost me around 2 lakhs indian rupees.

you can check this http://www.iisc.ernet.in/

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bertison

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Posted: 2006-03-02 21:54:00   

moin dipak,

i tried to find some sites for foreign students but their all in german language and seperated to citys. there are a lot of different universitys in each city, technical, medical etc. in the last years a lot of private universitys are established but their expensive. maybe you can contact the german embassy to get information about the rules and rights to enter germany.

living in germany is expensive and we have a big problem with unemployment. but a number of foreign students are still here so there must be a way for you too. i wish you all the best and good luck for this adventure.



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ravinderkumarsi

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Posted: 2006-03-03 05:14:00   

well i fully agree with Thor,and germany is not that much favourite for the IT sector,i am still not clear ,why you want to go to Germany ,Isnt there good IT institutes in Nepal?????

because going out from your own country means huge money .

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jenztravels


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Posted: 2006-10-06 12:46:00   

Hi Dipak,



I'm from australia and am currently living in Germany on a working-holiday visa. These are relatively new so it may be wise to look at the german embassy website for your country. I'm not sure if you were plannign to study whist in Germany? But as for employment goes.. it is not so easy to get something. That said, however, I walked into a job the first week I was here. It only a part time thing in an Irish pub, but it pays the bills.



Good luck, right me if you havea ny more questions and I will be happy to try and answer them!



cheers,



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