What extra curricular activities should I do to study German at uni?

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Hi, I am fairly certain I want to study German (and maybe something else) at university, but need some advice regarding what extra curricular activities, skills and work experience I should do and include on applications.
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Read german language books, watch german tv and films, travel to germany, follow german news and politics, read german blogs and listen to german podcasts.
Language degrees are about both the language and the culture so engaging with the culture and language as much as possible in your free time is the best option (and will help with your A levels too)
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Thanks
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any kind of german media or literature is great, even if you read things translated into english or translate yourself
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