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In Germany, every course is taught in German Language? English is not compulsory there?


Hello
I came to know that in Germany
teaching is compulsory in German
not in English....In this case how it is
possible to study MS in Germany?
kindly tell me is it correct?





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22nd September 2016, 08:18 AM
SudeepKumarSaha
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Default Re: In Germany, every course is taught in German Language? English is not compulsory there?

No, it is not completely true that teaching in Germany is conducted in German language. Most of the institutes conduct courses in both German and English. Some universities provision of only German language and they also take admission German proficient candidates. So, there will not be any problem if you seek admission in English medium universities. However, it is highly recommended to know German language as you will get higher preference at the time of admission.
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