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German language requirement _ TUM, RWTH aachen , U of Stuttgart
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German language requirement _ TUM, RWTH aachen , U of Stuttgart
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I am planning to apply to TUM, Rwth aachen and university of Stuttgart.

Regarding TUM and university of Studguart, they have asked to submit a C1 proficiency in German language certificate by the end of application period (for the program that I am interested in).
I have not started to learn German language.

What would be the suggestion to me ? Is it possible to get to C1 in 3 months?
Is it the same for all German universities that the applicant should have C1 proficiency before the application submission?

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01-11-2017 11:30 PM
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Hi alwaysalearner

Well, providing a C1 certificate in 3 months is logistically impossible. C1 is only required for Masters programs whose language of instruction is German.

There are many English language Masters programs too. But, you will have to search for them in your field of interest through the DAAD database.

And German language proficiency is usually not expected in the English language courses. Many of my friends have started learning German after coming here only.

Hope this helps.

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(01-11-2017 11:30 PM)alwaysalearner Wrote:  Hi,
I am planning to apply to TUM, Rwth aachen and university of Stuttgart.

Regarding TUM and university of Studguart, they have asked to submit a C1 proficiency in German language certificate by the end of application period (for the program that I am interested in).
I have not started to learn German language.

What would be the suggestion to me ? Is it possible to get to C1 in 3 months?
Is it the same for all German universities that the applicant should have C1 proficiency before the application submission?

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alwaysalearner Sorry for the late reply. I was busy with my exams. C1 level would be required if your course is in Deutsch and as Ishan suggested, getting C1 in 3 months is impossible. It would be better if you apply for courses which are taught in English. For those courses, Deutsch is not a requirement at all. You can learn Deutsch after coming to Germany. Most of the universities offers Deutsch classes which are free of cost. Hope it helps!

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