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it’s very hard to generalize all the courses that are offered in different German Universities and their requirements for it.
The type of Universities that you are wishing to study at, may have different kinds of preferences. A TU wants more technical background, FH wants prospective students to have more work experience and the Private Institutes, generally don’t care about any of it, like almost anywhere in the world, but they cost a lot of money.
- Evaluating your Profile : This is one of the most important things that you should do when you are trying to find out, which university might be the right one for you or in which University you should try to apply.
- English course/German course: If you already have learned some German and are at around B1/B2 level (some Universities ask for B1 but generally it’s B2 that you should attain while applying to a University), you can also consider doing a German speaking Masters course, It opens for you a whole new job market and people to meet.
Research Papers: Now, this is something that only a few Universities demand very strongly, but nonetheless, something that I would suggest you to have when you are applying for the Masters. It’s not that important for the FHs but TUs really love it, if you have one.