Guide for applying to universities in Germany for undergraduate studies

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stressedanddead
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Hi guys,

Does anyone know if all German universities require a maths qualification and if yes, has anyone ever used the CCVX? It's a dutch qualification I'm considering using alongside my A levels
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Hello, there are four subjects that I am interested in studying, my question is if I can study all four or if I have to choose less? And I went to a Steiner School and so the qualifications are quite different, I'm hoping I can still apply in a few years. I am retaking bith my maths and English GCSE. I would really like to study abroad, and I love Germany. Although I don't quite know how to apply and start. Thanks. your information was really information.
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ummhh thank you so much but i wanted to ask if anyone knows any universities that accepts 2 Alevels and 4 AS levels.I have AS level in english, physics biology and chemistry. From those 4 subjects i took biology and chemistry for my A levels.Also i am currently learning German language and i will finish till B1 in few months.'Can you let me know if i qualify for any programs in studeinkollegs or direct entry in any universities?
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Are there any student loan options for UK citizens studying in Germany? Or do you have to fund your living expenses entirely on your own money up front?
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(Original post by ceb88)
Are there any student loan options for UK citizens studying in Germany? Or do you have to fund your living expenses entirely on your own money up front?
Hi, a German here... You'll have to fund it yourself. Even German student's, unless they are estranged from there family and don't possess less than 5,000 euros in liquid assets, or are impoverished won't get any support.

Tution fee's are non existent. €500 a year max.
You will need to however, come up with living expenses out of pocket.

But this is normal, as i haven't recieved a maintenance loan either studying in the UK.

The Netherlands where I'm doing my master's does offer a bit more support to EU students. But you likely won't be that in 2021 so that's out the window.
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