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Hi guys,

I am planning to stay and find a job in Germany after I complete my MSc study. I have moderate knowledge in German. Which program would you recommend for me and why?
  • TU Darmstadt - Information and Comm. Eng.
  • TU Ilmenau - Communication and Signal Proc.
06-07-2017 03:11 AM
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If I am not wrong Darmstadt is a TU9 university. Hence I believe would have technical programs with better reputation. That being said Ilmenau has a closer proximity to Berlin where there are a few IT companies that could hire you. More start ups certainly.

I don't think jobs have to be a factor in choosing one of the two programs. That would be uniform all over Germany, rather higher in Munich but nonetheless. Look at the coursework and professors and research I would say. You can typically stay for 18 more months after you graduate to look for a job and so it shouldn't be a problem if you can enhance your German skills after coming here.

Good luck!

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06-17-2017 03:35 PM
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