If you are not from the EU and want to do a bachelor's in Germany, then you might be familiar with The Studienkollegs, The Studienkolleg is an educational institution in Germany, Austria and Switzerland for students whose secondary school certificate are not recognized as equivalent to the Abitur. Most countries from Asia,(India, China, Pakistan, etc) and some from Africa (South Africa, Madagascar, Gambia, etc) must go through Studienkolleg if their Schooling is 12 years or less.
The public Studienkollegs only offer German taught subject-specific courses, The Classes will be for 1 to 2 semesters, will a Feststellungsprüfung translated as Assessment test, German Abitur equivalent.
Was learned Mann im Studienkolleg? What will you learn in a Studienkolleg? As said earlier Studienkollegs only offer Subject-specific Courses, thus the Studienkollegs offer, T Kurz, M Kurz, G Kurz, W Kurz, and S Kurz. Not every University offers all the courses, we will make a list of all the Unis soon and update the Post. T Kurz The T Kurz will prepare you for technical subjects, like Engineering, mathematical and Scientific Subjects. The is also Ti Kurz, which will prepare you only for Hochschulen (Applied Science Universities), the different with a T and Ti Kurz is that you only be able to study Technical and Engineering course after the Feststellungsprüfung, In T Kurz you will learn Physic, Mathematics, English, and Chemistry with the compulsory German. There are many Universities and Studienkolleg, who have there own curriculum, so subjects might change . M-Kurz This Kurz will prepare for medical subjects, like Human medicine, biology, dentistry, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine. Compulsory subjects like Biology and German are taught with chemistry, English, and Mathematics. The G-Kurz will prepare you for the humanities, W-Kurz for social sciences including economics and law and the S-Kurz for philology.
Feststellungsprüfung After 1- 2 semesters of study the students complete their secondary school education. Exams must be passed in different subjects, such as maths, sciences, economics, languages, according to the type of Kurz. The German language test will be of C1 level of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Students can write DSH or Telc C1 as a language exam.