In this track, you’ll learn how to design and build beautiful websites by learning the basic principles of design like branding, color theory, and typography which are all instrumental in the design process of a website. You’ll also learn HTML and CSS, which are the common code languages that all modern websites are built on. These are useful skills to acquire as they are needed by nearly every single business in the world to communicate to customers. By the end of this track, you’ll have all the skills required to design and build your own websites or even start a career with one of the thousands of companies that have a website. Universities and other higher learning institutions in Germany welcome students from almost all the countries, globally.
Undergraduate studies in Germany takes normally 3.5 years for engineering degree programs and 6 years for medical degree programs.
There are huge number of courses available in Germany for undergraduate studies. A typical undergraduate studies comprises of 210 ECTS for Engineering and other programs but 10 semesters for medical degree and one year internship is compulsory for medical degree programs. Engineering and Medicine are the most sought after degree programs in Germany for most Nepalese students are interested to study either engineering or medicine or similar type of technical programs. And last but not the least economics and business management programs are also very good and offered in the best possible academic environment.
Admission to undergraduate Studies in Germany needs a one-year ‘bridge program’ to be completed. After completion of the bridge program, students from most of the overseas countries are required to pass an assessment test in order to get admission into a German institution for the equivalent of the Bachelors degree. However, there is an exemption of taking this assessment test to students who have cleared some of the prestigious entrance examinations of their home country. This purely depends on the different guidelines followed by the respective Institutions of Germany, where the student seeks admission.
Students who have successfully completed two years of undergraduate studies are also exempted from the assessment test. However, they have to prove their aptitude in the German language by taking DSH or TestDaF which will need approximately 800 hours of German language lessons. We advise students to learn as far as possible in their home countries so that they benefit in the cost that has to paid to the language school in Germany, they can be easily integrated in German society and last but not the least good German language skills are mandatory for getting admission and for visa.