Rommie

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  1. Difficulties of starting an Ausbildung

    I think I will have attained the required level (B2) until I can apply (Sept, 2021). I’m doing German language course at ‘Goethe Institut’ in my country so far. Plus self studying. Currently about to complete A1. 😊
  2. Difficulties of starting an Ausbildung

    Thank you @karin_brenig for the links. I hope will check it out. Unfortunately everything is in German. 
  3. Looking for information about Ausbildungs

    Hello. Sorry to try and revive an old topic. I searched on the Forum about Ausbildung and here I am.   Here are my questions regarding Ausbildung: I know it’s a long time since @freedomflyer posted the question. Well: 1. I read it on the “make it in Germany” website. It said something like the maximum age for ausbildung is 25. Is it strict? (Am 23). Was it right? 2. What could be an average fee paid for the ausbildung program? Like tuition fee.. 3. If I apply for ausbildung, do I have to prove having sufficient funds with a blocked account or something? For instance with a student visa you need to show that you have atleast 10,000€ 4. I did secondary school, then High school (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics). I’m now at university doing a Bachelor’s degree in statistics and am expecting to graduate in September 2021.  5. Are the applications open throughout the year? Could I start applying as early as this time? I’m wishing to start at the last quarter of next year (after graduating uni) 6. When is the best time to file the applications and to apply?   Maybe Some could be wondering why I’ll be a uni graduand and still go for an ausbildung. There is where my passion is- Electrical engineering. I like dealing with electricity. It’s a thing I like and feel alive with. The reason I did a statistics degree was my love for Maths and what I thought how electrical engineering studies are like here- Less practical oriented. Ps: I’m doing German A1 classes so far.  Danke😊   And @bfm2012 can you be of more assistance? Thank you Romanus.  
  4. Difficulties of starting an Ausbildung

    @milsa can you be of any assistance since you work there?😊   Hey @katheliz I like your comment. We need people like you. It was meant for pamelin but deep in me I’m encouraged. Thank you.
  5. Difficulties of starting an Ausbildung

    Hello. Sorry to try and revive an old topic. I searched on the Forum about Ausbildung and here I am. I would like to say, my English is not so good. I have a reason to say this. A few days ago some people had negative comments about my English saying it is bad and so. My attitude is strong even though I felt so bad and thought of leaving the forum (I’m a newbie) .I know Germans are direct but please don’t be harsh. I’m glad some are still polite. Maybe it is! I didn’t go to the best schools and have good teachers like some of you. But please, read my ideas. Thank you! Here are my questions regarding Ausbildung: I know it’s a long time since @Pamelin posted the question. Well: 1. I read it on the “make it in Germany” website. It said something like the maximum age for ausbildung is 25. Is it strict? (Am 23). Was it right? 2. What could be an average fee paid for the ausbildung program? Like tuition fee.. 3. If I apply for ausbildung, do I have to prove having sufficient funds with a blocked account or something? For instance with a student visa you need to show that you have atleast 10,000€ 4. I did secondary school, then High school (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics). I’m now at university doing a Bachelor’s degree in statistics and am expecting to graduate in September 2021.  5. Are the applications open throughout the year? Could I start applying as early as this time? I’m wishing to start at the last quarter of next year (after graduating uni) 6. When is the best time to file the applications and to apply?   Maybe Some could be wondering why I’ll be a uni graduand and still go for an ausbildung. There is where my passion is- Electrical engineering. I like dealing with electricity. It’s a thing I like and feel alive with. The reason I did a statistics degree was my love for Maths and what I thought how electrical engineering studies are like here- Less practical oriented. Ps: I’m doing German A1 classes so far.  Danke😊    
  6. How does the dual vocational Training program work for international students? I’d like to engage in a mechanical or engineering VT program in Germany after I complete my university degree 2021’ from Tanzania (E.Africa). Cheers!
  7. Do you like living in Germany?

    Yah, mechanics, electrics & electronics are my interests. I liked physics in my high school. Any field related to these can be of a choice. Well, I really appreciate it with all the information you’ve provided me. This only is of a big help. I hope I didn’t tire you. I will seek for more information of the web. Thank you.
  8. Do you like living in Germany?

    I can’t answer that. I have a life too. (I know what you mean) Well, am really working on the language; as I can see, it’s everywhere.
  9. Do you like living in Germany?

    I read it on the website. At most the age of 25. I think it’s okay. I will be 23 by the time I’ll possibly be applying.  I think this will be a good platform to learn things practically. The education in my country is mostly theory oriented (about 80% theory). Infact, I learn more and enjoy with a practical one.  
  10. Do you like living in Germany?

    2 hrs drive to see my girlfriend on the weekend maybe. Ofcourse her too! At that moment she won’t be able to move to any other city ‘till she completes studies.
  11. Do you like living in Germany?

    I think you quoted me a bit different. Kassel is of more preference sure but a 2hrs away drive isn’t bad. Yah! I know of Leipzig. I stayed here and I have many friends. It’s a reason I could make it in this city.
  12. Do you like living in Germany?

    Thank you.. oh yet another good option (seemingly). I did take time to read the link you recommended. Here are my few questions then.  1. To do the vocational training(VT) program.. do I necessarily need a post secondary school diploma? By September 2021 I will have attained a Bachelor’s degree. Does it work when you have a degree? Or it’s compulsory to have a diploma? 2.In your knowledge.. what’s a rough estimate of the fees at a VT program? 3.Lastly, since am doing statistics.. am I eligible to any of the VT programs? Are there programs to suit my field? Can I still take another field (eg carpentry) in a VT program with my statistics degree? Thank you in advance.  
  13. Do you like living in Germany?

    Not really. I think this will limit me. I’d prefer cities near Kassel. Leipzig too is fine. I have been here (Leipzig) and I have friends.  Since am doing German language classes (currently on A2), German startups can be okay too. 
  14. Do you like living in Germany?

    Yes, sure.
  15. Do you like living in Germany?

    Ooh. Can vocational training be obtained in Germany (for me) after I complete my Bachelor’s degree? ps: I think there are more things on this immigration laws’ amendment than just this. My opinion.(Take a read when you get a chance to).