You really think you show no prejudice? Oh engelchen, just get real. The girl said she's from Vietnam, and you clearly went after her accusing her of wanting to get a free/cheap education,
I think you might want to look up the definition of the word prejudice. I wasn't accusing
him of anything, however, considering that neither the University of Kiel nor the HWR are world famous for their programmes, the only thing they have in common from the perspective of someone halfway around the world is their low fees (on top of which if you read his last post he even confirmed it).
completely ignoring her question and doing anything possible to discourage her from coming. This is what I see you doing over and over and OVER again in different ways.
I don't discourage everyone, I only discourage those who I think would be better off elsewhere.
For example, I also know someone who studied International Economics in English at the HWR and could only speak A1 German when he graduated. After almost a year of unsuccessfully looking for a job, he found an employer willing to hire him full-time as a "Manager" at a restaurant for about 1200€/month gross (he was actually just working in the kitchen). When his work permit was refused he managed to avoid being deported by enrolling in a 2nd masters degree at another university in Germany. From what I hear he is going to graduate with his second masters in Germany soon, still doesn't speak German properly, and will be looking for a job. After over 6 years he doesn't have very good job prospects, however, does not want to return to his home country and as of August 1, 2012, will be able to take any job he can find in order to stay here for another 18 months.
On the other hand, I know a Moroccan IT grad who studied in German (native French speaker) who had his pick up jobs after graduation.
Every year thousands of foreign graduates of German universities leave Germany (Germany has one of the worst retention rates for foreign graduates of all OECD countries). Although some of them have no interest in staying in Germany, many leave because they cannot find a job.
Just so that the girl has it clear engelchen is NOT German. So don't think Germans are like this.
And you accuse me of prejudice!?!?!?
And yes engelchen, since I don't have much money, going to english-speaking country to study is nearly impossible to me, that's one big reason why I chose Germany
If you are interested in economics, I strongly suggest you read up on the concept of opportunity cost. Studying in Germany in English is not necessarily your best option.
If you are sure this is what you want to do, look at the specific courses that you'll be taking and try to the profs have any teaching material online.