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    I've always liked Germany and for a few years I've wanted to live there. I thought that from university onwards would be a good chance and after speaking to my teachers, they said that byt the time it comes to university I would be plenty fluent enough to do it. Does anyone have any experience of this and what sort of money it takes though?
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    i know that uni in Germany can be free (literally you just have to pay for accommodation)
    I also know that they offer some courses in English depending on the uni and the course
    and for some courses you don't have a time limit (like you have 3 yrs to complete a certain degree) i know someone in medicine in germany whos got friends who have been doing med for the past 6 years, repeting certain years..
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