Due to out of hand circumstances and bad choices made when I was 17, I can't get a degree in physics in my own country, and Germany is my cheapest option AND the only country in which my high school qualification pass the admission requirements, provided I do a foundation year (Studienkolleg). My only problem is that my visa doesn't allow me to work during that year and there are no scholarships or financial aids for these Studienkolleg programs.
The funny thing is, I found my perfect program at Leipzig University and it's even done in English; called International Physics Studies Program. The visa for bachelor studies allows me to have part-time jobs which will help me immensely and also there's plenty of scholarships and aids offered for such degrees.
But I must do the Studienkolleg in German first to qualify. Without scholarships and without working on the side.
I already meet the requirements for this foundation year: B1 German and my high school certificate.
The application periods for the foundation year in Leipzig are:
-Winter semester: April 15th — June 15th.
-Summer semester: November 1st — December 15th.
With that amount of money, I'll be able to first buy a laptop (I'm currently borrowing one) and with the rest, it'll be added to a blocked account, only to be used in Germany with limited monthly payouts as required by German law for international students applying for their visa, in order to prove sufficient financial resources during their stay.
I'd highly appreciate it if you could help, even with €1, and if more, who knows, maybe I might give you a shout out in my Nobel acceptance speech. Well, thanks anyway for reading this far. I'm still trying to look for alternatives, but it'd be nice if I could kick-start my Physics education debt-free (materially, anyway) by 2021/2022. This Studienkolleg is just one damn year I'm financially-challenged to overcome.
So, donate now?
Best of luck on your endeavors too! <3
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