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    thanks :-)

    Are you sure about the "advanced standing" or "fast track" procedure? Is it generally possible or only at certain schools?
    Yo my fellow German!! I got admitted to King's College! See u in London!! :woo:
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    awesome! kudos!
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    German uni's have zero international reputation because they all kind of suck, go to UCL
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    German uni's have zero international reputation because they all kind of suck, go to UCL
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    German uni's have zero international reputation because they all kind of suck, go to UCL
    I know this thread is 2 years old, but THAT statement annoys me to an extent that I have to reply.

    Germany does not have as many great universities as the US or the UK, but it can easily compete with ANY other country on this planet. Heidelberg, FU Berlin, Mannheim, Tübingen, Göttingen, Münster etc. are held in high regard.

    Specifically, Heidelberg is ranked within the TOP 100 universities globally by every major ranking (normally between 50th and 60th) and always among the 20 best in Europe; it is a member of the League of European Research Universities and the Coimbra Group. For Law QS ranks four German universities within the Top 50 globally.

    Heidelberg may not be able to compete with UCL in some subjects (but may well do it in other subjects!), but how can you be that ignorant to claim German universities have zero international reputation?! That just proves that you have very little knowledge on the education systems of other countries.
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    I know this thread is 2 years old, but THAT statement annoys me to an extent that I have to reply.

    Germany does not have as many great universities as the US or the UK, but it can easily compete with ANY other country on this planet. Heidelberg, FU Berlin, Mannheim, Tübingen, Göttingen, Münster etc. are held in high regard.

    Specifically, Heidelberg is ranked within the TOP 100 universities globally by every major ranking (normally between 50th and 60th) and always among the 20 best in Europe; it is a member of the League of European Research Universities and the Coimbra Group. For Law QS ranks four German universities within the Top 50 globally.

    Heidelberg may not be able to compete with UCL in some subjects (but may well do it in other subjects!), but how can you be that ignorant to claim German universities have zero international reputation?! That just proves that you have very little knowledge on the education systems of other countries.
    Yeah this is 2 years old go away.
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    Yeah this is 2 years old go away.
    I don't care. Why? Because you tell me? You uttered a highly unqualified opinion based on very little knowledge and I clarified the issue. Germany is a great country to study and I'd find it sad if people would get discouraged by your unqualified post.
 
 
 
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