Studying in Germany

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The COVID measures affect universities and colleges. Teaching activities were temporarily stopped in Germany as well as in South Africa. Since there will be a time after Corona, students continue their studies with the help of online sessions and can keep in touch with the university through virtual programmes. Many of our students are already in the starting blocks for their studies in Germany. For all those who are looking for a suitable place to study and a university, there are also numerous virtual offers:

 

The university in Halle, for example, is a partner university of the DSP. There, in May, one could get a comprehensive picture of the university by means of virtual and interactive formats about the range of courses on offer. The series of programmes produced for this purpose can now be viewed at www.youtube.com/user/UniHalleMLU.

More information about the programme can be found here: https://hit.uni-halle.de/

 

Edulink also provides information for those wanting to study abroad. They have put together some FAQ’s for future students and parents. (http://www.int-edulink.co.za)

For our graduates who would like to study in South Africa, the application procedures are currently running unchanged (online) via the universities’ websites.

 

I wish all school leavers who have qualified for university studies that they will get their desired study place even under these unusual and difficult conditions and that they will have a good start into their chosen field of study.

 

Thomas Gehrke
Studien- und Berufsberater
HOD Career Guidance Department