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Enjoy your day, Sir Fox.
I'm not above revenge negging and I speak German.
Perhaps not to the level you do, but I understood it.
What didn't you like about my thread?
Hallo! Thanks for the reply - the link you sent is really useful. I'm definitely going to look into Goethe-Institut for courses as it would be great to be in Berlin so I can get used to the city. Thank you!
Hello! I hope you don't mind me messaging you, but from what I have seen of your posts you have a lot of experience of education in Germany. I live in England and am studying French, German, English and Maths at A-level. I am hoping to study in Germany, doing a course in modern languages (most likely French plus a new language ab initio). I am looking into Humboldt University Berlin and was wondering whether you have any experience of it? Before starting my course, I intend to spend a year in Germany to improve my German and get used to the culture. During this year, I hope to take a German language course. Do you know of any particularly good ones in Germany?
Sorry to bombard you with so many questions!
Many thanks, Voyageuse
I'd love to learn Italian!! The language is like music to my ears!!
and true about French. I find that the more you know about languages, the more new languages become easier to learn. And you did Latin
I never knew that about the UN. I really want to make a difference on the medical law aspects and hope to achieve it. Might stick to the FCO now...
And psychology has always interested me. I considered being a shrink when I was younger xD LoL!!
It certainly spices up the mix considering other applicants. I want to do a joint honours too. The amount of work will be horrendous but it will pay off in the end
I've had a look at uni but I'm not applying until next September I was thinking Cambridge, LSE, St. Andrews and Lancaster
And I am German and lived there till I was 12 years old
Well, as you've said, that's really tough but then they only want the best. I, myself am still in college and wanting to do History with IR at uni. And yes, hopefully I'll join the FCO or the UN. I really want to be a diplomat
And your English is really good!! And French is a tough language but easy to get the hang of when you know your verbs and tenses. I did French as a GCSE and quite liked it and will start polishing up on it. As I'm fluent in German and English I thought I'd learn a bit of Arabic (only the basics) and I want to do my masters in Belgium so maybe that'll help with the French
How do you find uni and your course, being so far from home??
That's it?!?! That's CRAZY!!!
The British way is much easier!! You have to get your Bachelors in any subject (a minimum of 2:1) and then join the Fast Stream and follow it through.
I'm guessing that your French is fluent??
How long have you been in the UK? And what are you studying??
Hello!! I saw your post in the German thread and saw that you wanted to go into the Diplomatic Service. How are you going to be doing it??
Hoppala, ich glaube, ich habe gerade deine Antwort auf meine vorherige Frage gefunden
Du hattest ja netterweise immer auf meine Fragen geantwortet und eine deiner Antworten war:
"In Schottland zu studieren hat aber noch andere Vorteile. Als eine der schottischen 'ancient universities' bietet Dundee viele Nebenfächer an, man studiert einen vierjährigen Bachelor und bekommt am Ende meines Erachtens einen wertvolleren Abschluss (ob nun wertvoller für potentielle Arbeitgeber oder für einen selbst sei mal dahingestellt ). Ich kann mich im ganzen ersten Jahr noch umentscheiden und problemlos in ein anderes Fach wechseln, bzw. aus meinem Single Honours (ein Hauptfach) einen Joint Honours (zwei Hauptfächer) machen - ich spiele nämlich mit dem Gedanken vl. Psycho und Politik zu gleichen Teilen zu studieren. Selbst wenn ich das nicht tun sollte, würde ich im ersten Jahr drei Fächer zu je 33% studieren (eins davon natürlich Psycho), im zweiten Jahr zwei Fächer zu je 50% (wiederum natürlich Psycho) und im dritten und vierten Jahr nur noch Psycho."
Das mit dem Joint Honours wäre dann sowas wie MA Englisch und Psychologie, oder?
Where I study
University of Dundee
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- Abitur (German Secondary School Certificate)
BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Dundee 2012 - 2016
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- Join Date 05-11-2011
Join Date 05-11-2011
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