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Study Medicine in Germany

Overview
Germany offers students of medicine and dentistry a broad selection of first-rate universities. Among these are large schools, such as Munich or Berlin, but also smaller ones, like Greifswald and Essen. There are old schools with long traditions, as in Heidelberg and Göttingen, and newer institutions, such as Düsseldorf and Regensburg. This diversity is, without a doubt, an enormous asset and underscored even more so by the fact that all of these schools ensure an education at the highest level. A total of 35 universities in Germany offer degrees in medicine; 30 also have schools of dentistry.

Studying medicine in Germany generally takes a little more than six years. The initial, basic studies program lasts four semesters with an emphasis on the natural sciences (physics, chemistry, biology) and the fundamentals of medicine (physiology, biochemistry, anatomy). This first phase ends with a state-administered medical examination. With the successful completion of this phase, the student moves on to the main, six-semester course of study in core areas of medicine that includes lecture, seminar and laboratory work. This is followed by a 48-week practical training period in a clinic or hospital, known as the "practical year", focusing on surgery, internal medicine and an elected subject chosen by the student. This segment ends with the second medical exam and can be followed by training to become a specialist; for example, in ophthalmology, surgery, or neurology. Depending on the specialty, this can take between four and six years and ends with the specialist examination conducted by the medical association.

For a career in dentistry, the prospective student must complete a regular course of study which last ten semesters, plus an additional six months. Following a five-semester pre-clinical phase, which focuses on the natural sciences, medicine and dental materials, the student must successfully complete his or her preliminary dentistry examination. This is followed by another five semesters of clinical study, including lectures, seminars and practical training, to further perfect the student's medical knowledge and dentistry skills. A degree in dentistry is awarded upon the successful completion of the second state-administered dentistry examination. This may be followed by further specialist training in oral surgery, orthodontics, or public health, which can last between three and four years.

Whether you ultimately decide to pursue a career in medicine or dentistry – with or without additional specialist training – the decision to study in Germany is always the right choice.

Why Study Medicine in Germany?
> Germany is a leader in the field of healthcare
> State of art , high tech equipment
> Mentoring schemes provide support to International students
> Training for patient care and research
> Many doctors are involved in research projects
> Almost half of all graduates in human medicine work in hospitals
> New Treatment concepts & Simulation using dolls
> High training standard with state examination being the quality seal
> Shortage of doctors in Germany

Top Ranked Medical Universities in Germany
1. University of Heidelberg
2. Charite Medical University
3. University of Munich
4. Albert Ludwig University Freiburg
5. University of Regensburg
6. Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
7. University of Gottingen
8. MH Hannover
9. University of Bonn
10. University of Leipzig
11. University of Tübingen

Tuition fees
The tuition cost is one of the lowest among the developed countries. Most of the universities do not charge tuition fees except the semester contribution and the student union fees. Currently fees of up to 500 Euro per semester are being charged at some universities. And the fees can be very high in private universities. Nevertheless, the quality of education is excellent at both the types of universities.

Admission Requirements
Students who have completed their 12 years of schooling must complete a one year preparatory course at the so called Studienkolleg, the requirements of which is at least Zertifikat B1 in most cases, followed by an examination known as Aufnahmeprüfung. The preparatory course lasts for one year and ends with an examination known as Assessment test.

However the basic requirements for entry into the foundation course are as follows:
1) Excellent Marks in School Leaving Certificate (at least 75%)
2) Excellent Marks in 10+2 or equivalent (at least 65%)
3) German Language Proficiency documented by Zertifikat B1

Budgets and Expenses:

1) German language course fees: NRs 11300 per level
B1 Examination fees: NRs 10000

2) Placement fees
Please visit us in person to explore different services option
for studying in Germany. Our new placement fees will be
unveiled in our new website coming in June 2017!

3)Other costs
Blocked Account Opening: 45 Euros + Prepaid DHL Charge
(around 30 Euros)

4)No Objection Letter: NRs 2000
Required for transfer of funds to your Deutsche Bank
Account

5) Blocked Account Deposit: 8970 Euros
One-year living cost in advance to be deposited in student’s
account before visa application
735 Euros per month can only be withdrawn from this
account

6) Travel Insurance: 70 US Dollars +13% VAT (after visa approval)

7) Visa fees: 60 Euros

8) Plane fare: NRs 40000-50000 approx.

9) Initial Settlement Expenses: 2200 Euros
For payment of room rent and room deposit upon arrival in
Germany and other expenses for your initial days till your
account gets activated (Activation of your Blocked Account
usually takes 2-3 weeks)

Students are requested to estimate a total budget of around 15-16 lakhs inclusive of their first year living expenses and related costs in the course of the process!

Placement Process:
1) Learn German upto B1 and pass B1 Examination
2) Submit your B1 Certificate and all your documents
3) Apply for blocked account opening upon arrival of admission letters
4) Transfer the living cost for your first year to your blocked account after getting no objection letter
5) Apply for your visa and wait for 6-8 weeks
6) Receive your visa and plan your travel to Germany

Students who taken Grade XII Examinations are welcome to join our Intensive German course scheduled to start from 22nd May 2017 so that you will be able to complete your B1 level of German language till your results are out and you will be able to apply for your visa in Dec/Jan and be in Germany in Feb/March.

If you are planning to Medicine in Germany, you can be assured that our preparation for your further studies in Germany will be the best and Edupark will do all that is within reach to support you for your study in Germany. If you still need further information about studying in Germany, we recommend you to visit us in person so that we can explain you each and everything in detail. For our location map and contact details, please visit www.edupark.com.np/contact

📌For more details:
Edupark Pvt. Ltd.
1st Floor, 4th Building
Beside Aradhana Complex
Bagbazar, Kathmandu

T1: 01-424 6693
T2: 01-424 6694

📥 info@edupark.com.np
W: www.edupark.com.np

🏙 edupark.com.np/contact
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FAQs German language course

Basic Questions
Question 1: I have just passed 10+2 and I am planning to study in Germany. How many months of German language must I learn in order to be eligible to study in Germany?
Answer: Students who plan to study Bachelor degree in Germany in German medium must learn German language course for six months and pass B1 level of German language before they can apply for university places in Germany. If you need in-depth counseling for studying in Germany, we would like to ask you to visit Edupark (location: www.edupark.com.np/contact). Students who would like to study in Germany can directly learn German language from A1 level to B1 level and register for Goethe Zertifikat B1 at Goethe Centre Kathmandu.

Question 2: I am thinking of going to Germany as an Au Pair. Which level must I learn before I can apply?
Answer: The basic German language requirement of being an au pair in Germany is A1 level and students must have passed Start Deutsch 1. However, it is important that such students develop a good understanding of German language even though they only learnt A1 level or passed Start Deutsch 1. Given the huge number of applicants for au pair visa application, these days German Embassy may ask such candidates to present Start Deutsch 2 Examination certificate. Students who learn German language with us can learn up to A2 level and directly register for Start Deutsch 2 Examinations at Goethe Centre Kathmandu. For more information about examination dates for Start Deutsch 1 or Start Deutsch 2, please contact Goethe Centre Kathmandu (web: www.goethe-kathmandu.edu.np and Tel: 01-4250871)

Question 3: I am a graduate student and planning to study Master degree in English medium. Up to which level must I learn for my day to day life in Germany?
Answer: Usually, graduate students aspiring to study in Germany do not require German language for admission in Master degree program, however some universities may ask students to present Start Deutsch 2 Certificate depending upon the program they choose. For day to day activities in Germany, we recommend students learn up to at least A2 level of German which will make them at ease when it comes to speaking for their daily lives in Germany.

Duration
Question 4: What is the duration of each level?
Answer: The normal duration of Intensive German language course is 8 weeks or 2 months for each level with 3 hours of instruction per day and our German classes run from Sunday to Friday.

The duration of our Standard German language course is 10 weeks with classes running from Sunday to Friday with 2 hours of teaching per day.

Question 5: How long does it take to complete B1 level?Answer: It takes at least 24 weeks or six months to complete B1 level if you choose our Intensive German course or at least 30 weeks to complete B1 level if you choose our Standard German Course.

Question 6: How long does it take to learn upto B1 level in Germany?
Answer: It takes 6 months to complete B1 level even in Germany for absolute beginners. It is recommended that students interested in studying in Germany complete B1 level and pass Goethe Zertifikat B1 Examination as this is also the visa requirement for student visa application for studying Bachelor degree in Germany. In Germany it can be very expensive upo 350 Euros per month. Moreover there will be a very good chance for your visa after you have passed B1 level with good marks.

Cost/Course fees
Question 7: What is the cost of the language course?
The course fees of our Intensive German course is NRs 11300 per level. The cost also includes books and materials used in the classroom for effective German language learning.

The course fees or the cost of our standard German course is NRs 9040 per level plus books (NRS 1500). The cost also includes 13% govt. taxes and other practice materials and mock tests papers used in the classroom for effective German language learning.

Class Time
Question 8: When does the class starts?
Intensive German courses are held in the morning from 7:00 AM -10:00 AM, in the day from 11:00 AM -2:00 PM and from 3:00 PM -6:00 PM. There can be slight changes in the course timings depending upon the request of the whole group and availability of our German language teachers.

Standard German courses are held in the morning from 7:00 AM -9:00 AM and in the evening from 5:00 PM -7:00 PM. Sometimes depending upon the requests of group special timings can be arranged. Please check in advance at our Infodesk!

Books and Materials
Question 9: What are the books that are used in the language course?
Answer: Starting from November 2016, we shall be changing the course books and Netzwerk series of course books from Klett Langenscheidt Verlag will be used in our Intensive and Standard German courses. Apart from these course books, different books from different publishers for exam preparation as well as different books for Grammatik may be used during the courses depending upon the need of the students. All our books and materials are latest and upto date to give you a real understanding of the current use of German language in Germany.

Question 10: Which dictionary is good for German language learning?
Answer: We recommend Langenscheidt Taschenworterbuch, which can be purchased from general bookstores dealing with language course books and should not cost more than NRs 500. In case you are not able to find it, other dictionaries such as Collins, Oxford would also be useful.

Examinations
Question 11: What is the cost of the Start Deutsch 1 examination?
Answer: The Examination fees for Start Deutsch 1 Examination is NRs 6000 at the moment at Goethe Centre Kathmandu.

Question 12: What is the cost of Start Deutsch 2 Examination?
Answer: The examination fees for Start Deutsch 2 examination is NRs 8000 at the moment at Goethe Centre Kathmandu.

Question 13: What is the cost of Goethe Zertifikat B1 Examination?
Answer: The Examination fees for Goethe Zertifikat B1 Examination is NRs 10000 at Goethe Centre Kathmandu.

Admissions
Question14: I have completed A1 course from another German language institute in Kathmandu. Can I join A2 course at Logik Sprachzentrum?
Answer: Yes, you can join our A2 Intensive or Standard German courses provided that you pass in our placement test (free of cost at the moment). In case you fail the placement test, we cannot admit you in A2 level and you must learn A1 German course with us or submit Start Deutsch 1 passed Certificate or equivalent to be considered for A2 course. You must note that our German courses are filled up quickly and we can only try to place you in A2 level if there are seats available in the course.

Quesstion 15: I have completed A2 course from another German language institute in Kathmandu. Can I join B1 course at Logik Sprachzentrum?
Answer: We can admit you in B1 level provided that either you have passed Start Deutsch 2 or our B1 placement test. The number of participants in our courses are limited to 16 and therefore, please check in advance before admission.

Others
Question 16: I have heard that German language is very difficult. Is it true?
No, it is not true. Every language has its own rules and pronunciation and provided that you allow enough time and are regular in your German courses, you will soon find the difference. Every learner makes mistakes, but if you learn well and allow it enough time, you will soon improve.

Source: http://logik.com.np/faq

Logik Sprachzentrum is the German language centre of Edupark Pvt. Ltd and the language centre is located in the fourth floor of the same building in which Edupark is located.

For our location map and contact details, please visit www.edupark.com.np/contact

Edupark Pvt. Ltd.
First Floor, Fourth Building
Beside Aaradhana Complex
Bagbazar, Kathmandu,
Nepal

Tel: +977 1 4246694

Email: infodesk@edupark.com.np
URL: www.edupark.com.np

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Study Engineering in Germany

Engineers not only invent new products, they also control the safety of their applications. Awareness of consumer protection and environmental safety nowadays are integrated competencies of engineering qualifications. Ongoing industrialization, the globalization of business, the expansion of information technology, the use of new materials and the enormous increase in the world population are a continuous challenge to the world of engineering, which is committed to maintaining the standard of living in technically developed countries and to increasing the standard of living in less developed countries.

Engineers of the future have an explicit interdisciplinary inclination. They communicate and cooperate with biologists, geologists, doctors and sociologists, always considering the interdependence of the areas, and refer to this in their actions. This requires considerable social skills, including the prowess for understanding people who speak other languages and are of different cultures.

There is a specific need for the engineer who creates new work areas by going beyond the limits of existing technology. Some might even start up a new enterprise. The qualification of such engineers is not determined by contemporary professional practice. The engineer of the future is a personality highly aware of the necessity of continuous personal development and lifelong learning.

Universities
Top-Rated Universities for studying Engineering in Germany
Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen
Technische Universität Berlin
Technische Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina zu Braunschweig
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Technische Universität Dresden
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Technische Universität München
Universität Stuttgart
Technische Universität Hamburg Harburg

Programs offered
Almost any engineering program you can imagine is offered in Germany. However we have seen most students go to Germany for
Mechanical/Automotive Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Civil Engineering and
Transportation Engineering

Tuition fees
The tuition cost is one of the lowest among the developed countries. Most of the universities do not charge tuition fees except the semester contribution and the student union fees. Currently fees of up to 500 Euro per semester are being charged at some universities. And the fees can be very high in private universities. Nevertheless, the quality of education is very good at both the types of universities.

Admission Requirements
Students who have completed their 12 years of schooling must complete a one year preparatory course at the so called Studienkolleg, the requirements of which is at least Zertifikat B1 in most cases, followed by an examination known as Aufnahmeprüfung. The preparatory course lasts for one year and ends with an examination known as Assessment test.

However the basic requirements for entry into the foundation course are as follows:
1) Excellent Marks in School Leaving Certificate (at least 75%)
2) Excellent Marks in 10+2 or equivalent (at least 65%)
3) German Language Proficiency documented by Zertifikat B1

Budgets and Expenses:

1) German language course fees: NRs 11300 per level
B1 Examination fees: NRs 10000

2) Placement fees
Please visit us in person to explore different services option for studying in
Germany. Our new placement fees will be unveiled in our new website
coming in June 2017!

3)Other costs
Blocked Account Opening: 45 Euros + Prepaid DHL Charge (around 30
Euros)

4)No Objection Letter: NRs 2000
Required for transfer of funds to your Deutsche Bank Account

5) Blocked Account Deposit: 8970 Euros
One-year living cost in advance to be deposited in student’s account before
visa application
735 Euros per month can only be withdrawn from this account

6) Travel Insurance: 70 US Dollars +13% VAT (after visa approval)

7) Visa fees: 60 Euros

8) Plane fare: NRs 40000-50000 approx.

9) Initial Settlement Expenses: 2200 Euros
For payment of room rent and room deposit upon arrival in Germany and
other expenses for your initial days till your account gets activated
(Activation of your Blocked Account usually takes 2-3 weeks)

Students are requested to estimate a total budget of around 15-16 lakhs inclusive of their first year living expenses and related costs in the course of the process!

Placement Process:
1) Learn German upto B1 and pass B1 Examination
2) Submit your B1 Certificate and all your documents
3) Apply for blocked account opening upon arrival of admission letters
4) Transfer the living cost for your first year to your blocked account after getting no objection letter
5) Apply for your visa and wait for 6-8 weeks
6) Receive your visa and plan your travel to Germany

Students who taken Grade XII Examinations are welcome to join our Intensive German course scheduled to start from 22nd May 2017 so that you will be able to complete your B1 level of German language till your results are out and you will be able to apply for your visa in Dec/Jan and be in Germany in Feb/March.

If you are planning to Engineering in Germany, you can be assured that our preparation for your further studies in Germany will be the best and Edupark will do all that is within reach to support you for your study in Germany. If you still need further information about studying in Germany, we recommend you to visit us in person so that we can explain you each and everything in detail. For our location map and contact details, please visit www.edupark.com.np/contact

📌For more details:
Edupark Pvt. Ltd.
1st Floor, 4th Building
Beside Aradhana Complex
Bagbazar, Kathmandu

T1: 01-424 6693
T2: 01-424 6694

📥 info@edupark.com.np
W: www.edupark.com.np

🏙 edupark.com.np/contact
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Study Business Administration in Germany

Why you should study Business Administration in Germany?

1) Committed Professors
2) Participation in future-oriented research programs
3) Practice-oriented teaching by renowned guest lecturers from the business community
4) Intense exchange between academia and practice
5) Optimal study conditions: state-ofthe-art equipment in auditoriums, libraries and the PC pool
6) Practice-oriented studies through close cooperation with leading enterprises
7) Provision of jobs and internships though our proprietary career center.

Universities
Top-Rated Universities for studying Business Administration in Germany
University of Mannheim
Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
University of Leipzig
Hochschule Reutlingen
HTW Berlin
and many more...

Programs Offered
Bachelor degree in Business Administration
Bachelor degree in Business and Management
Bachelor degree in Economics
Bachelor degree in International Business and many more...

Tuition fees
The tuition cost is one of the lowest among the developed countries. Most of the universities do not charge tuition fees except the semester contribution and the student union fees. Currently fees of up to 500 Euro per semester are being charged at some universities. And the fees can be very high in private universities. Nevertheless, the quality of education is excellent at both the types of universities.

Admission Requirements
Students who have completed their 12 years of schooling must complete a one year preparatory course at the so called Studienkolleg, the requirements of which is at least Zertifikat B1 in most cases, followed by an examination known as Aufnahmeprüfung. The preparatory course lasts for one year and ends with an examination known as Assessment test.

However the basic requirements for entry into the foundation course are as follows:
1) Excellent Marks in School Leaving Certificate (at least 75%)
2) Excellent Marks in 10+2 or equivalent (at least 65%)
3) German Language Proficiency documented by Zertifikat B1

Budgets and Expenses:

1) German language course fees: NRs 11300 per level
B1 Examination fees: NRs 10000

2) Placement fees
Please visit us in person to explore different services option for studying in
Germany. Our new placement fees will be unveiled in our new website
coming in June 2017!

3)Other costs
Blocked Account Opening: 45 Euros + Prepaid DHL Charge (around 30
Euros)

4)No Objection Letter: NRs 2000
Required for transfer of funds to your Deutsche Bank Account

5) Blocked Account Deposit: 8970 Euros
One-year living cost in advance to be deposited in student’s account before
visa application
735 Euros per month can only be withdrawn from this account

6) Travel Insurance: 70 US Dollars +13% VAT (after visa approval)

7) Visa fees: 60 Euros

8) Plane fare: NRs 40000-50000 approx.

9) Initial Settlement Expenses: 2200 Euros
For payment of room rent and room deposit upon arrival in Germany and
other expenses for your initial days till your account gets activated
(Activation of your Blocked Account usually takes 2-3 weeks)

Students are requested to estimate a total budget of around 15-16 lakhs inclusive of their first year living expenses and related costs in the course of the process!

Placement Process:
1) Learn German upto B1 and pass B1 Examination
2) Submit your B1 Certificate and all your documents
3) Apply for blocked account opening upon arrival of admission letters
4) Transfer the living cost for your first year to your blocked account after getting no objection letter
5) Apply for your visa and wait for 6-8 weeks
6) Receive your visa and plan your travel to Germany

Students who taken Grade XII Examinations are welcome to join our Intensive German course scheduled to start from 22nd May 2017 so that you will be able to complete your B1 level of German language till your results are out and you will be able to apply for your visa in Dec/Jan and be in Germany in Feb/March.

If you are planning to Business Administration in Germany, you can be assured that our preparation for your further studies in Germany will be the best and Edupark will do all that is within reach to support you for your study in Germany. If you still need further information about studying in Germany, we recommend you to visit us in person so that we can explain you each and everything in detail. For our location map and contact details, please visit www.edupark.com.np/contact

📌For more details:
Edupark Pvt. Ltd.
1st Floor, 4th Building
Beside Aradhana Complex
Bagbazar, Kathmandu

T1: 01-424 6693
T2: 01-424 6694

📥 info@edupark.com.np
W: www.edupark.com.np

🏙 edupark.com.np/contact
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Study in Germany 🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪 with Edupark !

📌 Highlights:
✔ Top rated Government Universities
✔ No tuition fees at state funded universities
✔ Living Cost: ca. 720 EUR per month
✔ Working: 120 full days or 240 Half days

📌Programs on offer:
📚Engineering and Related Sciences:
Engineering- all faculties, Information Technology, Communication Engineering, Civil Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electronics Engineering and many more..

📚Medicine and Related Sciences:
Medicine, Health Sciences,Public health, Microbiology, Nursing, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Molecular Biotechnology etc.

📚Business Administration and Arts:
Business Administration, International Business, Economics, Finance, International Economics, Development Economics
Law, Economics and Social Sciences, Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences, Agriculture, Forestry and Design etc.

📌 Admission requirements:
German taught bachelor degree programs:
✔at least 65% in marks in 10+2 or equivalent followed by
✔6 months (upto B1 level) German language course in Nepal and
✔1 year foundation course in Germany

Few programs are also available in English medium in Bachelor degree and the admission requirements are as follows:
English taught bachelor degree programs:
✔at least 65% in marks in 10+2 or equivalent followed by
✔and at least Bachelor degree first year passed students
✔IELTS 6.0
✔Basic German language course

📌Note:
Students who are about to take their Grade XII examinations can enrol now in our German course starting May/June and complete their German language course till their results of Grade XII is published and will be able to apply for Jan/Feb 18.

📌Enroll now in our Intensive German course A1 starting every month!
📚Course details:
✔️Level: Intensive German Course A1
✔️Timing: 7:00-10:00 AM, 11:00AM-2:00 PM
✔️Course Days: Sunday to Friday
✔️Course duration: 2 months per level
✔️Teaching Hours: 144 Hours (1hour = 60 Minutes)
✔️No. of Participants: 16 per course only
✔️Course fees: NRs 11300 per level inclusive of books and materials
📌Admission deadline: 19th May 2017

Application is also possible online via our language centre application link: http://logik.com.np/application

📌For more details:
Edupark Pvt. Ltd.
1st Floor, 4th Building
Beside Aradhana Complex
Bagbazar, Kathmandu

T1: 01-424 6693
T2: 01-424 6694

📥 info@edupark.com.np
W: www.edupark.com.np

🏙 edupark.com.np/contact
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Study in Germany🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪 with Edupark !

📌 Universities: Top rated Government Universities/State funded
📌 Tuition fees: No tuition fees in Germany apart from semester contribution usually in between 100-300 Euros per semester
📌 Living Cost: 720 Euros per month and depends upon students’ personal spending habits and lifestyle
📌 Working: 120 full days or 240 half days & for jobs a very good knowledge of German language skills is required

📌Degree: Bachelor

📌Programs on offer:
📚Engineering and Related Sciences:
Engineering- all faculties, Information Technology, Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science, Electronics Engineering and many more..

📚Medicine and Related Sciences:
Medicine, Health Sciences,Public health, Microbiology, Nursing, Biochemistry, Epidemiology, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Molecular Biotechnology etc.

📚Business Administration and Arts:
Business Administration, International Business, Economics, Finance, International Economics, Development Economics, Law, Economics and Social Sciences, Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences, Agriculture, Forestry, Art, Music, Drama and Design etc.

📌Admission requirements:
✔at least 65% in marks in 10+2 or equivalent followed by
✔6 months (upto B1 level) German language course in Nepal and
✔1 year foundation course in Germany

📌Students interested in studying Bachelor degree in Germany are requested to join our German language course starting 22.05.17!

📚Course details:
✔️Level: Intensive German Course A1/A2
✔️Timing: 7:00-10:00 AM, 11:00AM-2:00 PM
✔️Course Days: Sunday to Friday
✔️Course duration: 2 months per level
✔️Teaching Hours: 144 Hours (1hour = 60 Minutes)
✔️No. of Participants: 16 per course only
✔️Course fees: NRs 11300 per level inclusive of books and materials

📌Admission deadline: 19th May 2017
Application is also possible online via our language centre application link: http://logik.com.np/application

📌For more details:
Edupark Pvt. Ltd.
1st Floor, 4th Building
Beside Aradhana Complex
Bagbazar, Kathmandu

T1: 01-424 6693
T2: 01-424 6694

📥 info@edupark.com.np
W: www.edupark.com.np

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Study English taught Master programs in Germany 🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪

📌Apply now for Sep/Oct 2017!

📌 Highlights:
✔ Top rated Government Universities
✔ No tuition fees at state funded universities
✔ Living Cost: ca. 720 EUR per month
✔ Working: 120 full days or 240 Half days

📌 English taught Master programs:
📚 Engineering- all faculties,
📚 Computer Science
📚 Computer and Natural Sciences
📚 Information Technology,
📚 Database Engineering
📚 Electronics Engineering
📚 Communication Engineering,
📚 Electrical Engineering,
📚 Health Sciences,
📚 Public health,
📚 Epidemiology
📚 Microbiology,
📚 Biochemistry,
📚 Biotechnology
📚 Molecular Biology
📚 Business Administration,
📚 International Business,
📚 Economics, Finance,
📚 International Economics
📚 Agriculture, Forestry
📚 many more....

📌 Admission requirements:
✔ at least CGPA 3.0/70% in 4 years Bachelor degree
✔ IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL iBT 88.
✔ GRE/GMAT for competitive programs

📌For more details:
Edupark Pvt. Ltd.
1st Floor, 4th Building
Beside Aradhana Complex
Bagbazar, Kathmandu

T1: 01-424 6693
T2: 01-424 6694

📥 info@edupark.com.np
W: www.edupark.com.np

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Learn German🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪 at Edupark !!

Enroll now in our Intensive German Course starting 22.05.2017!

📚Course details:
✔️Level: Intensive German Course A1/A2
✔️Timing: 7:00-10:00 AM, 11:00AM-2:00 PM
✔️Course Days: Sunday to Friday
✔️Course duration: 2 months per level
✔️Teaching Hours: 144 Hours (1hour = 60 Minutes)
✔️No. of Participants: 16 per course only
✔️Course fees: NRs 11300 per level inclusive of books and materials

📌Admission deadline: 19th May 2017
Application is also possible online via our language centre application link: http://logik.com.np/application

📌For more details:
Edupark Pvt. Ltd.
1st Floor, 4th Building
Beside Aradhana Complex
Bagbazar, Kathmandu

T1: 01-424 6693
T2: 01-424 6694

📥 info@edupark.com.np
W: www.edupark.com.np

📍: edupark.com.np/contact
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Study Engineering in Germany with Edupark !

++Basic Information++
Universities: Top rated Government Universities/State funded

Tuition fees: There are no tuition fees in Germany apart from semester
contribution usually in between 100-300 Euros per semester

Living Cost: 720 Euros per month and depends upon students’ personal spending habits and lifestyle

Working: 20 hours per week during lecture days and for jobs a very good knowledge of German language skills is required

++Programs on offer:++
Engineering- all faculties, Information Technology, Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science, Electronics Engineering and many more..

++Admission requirements:++
Good marks in 10+2 or equivalent followed by 6 months (upto B1 level) German language course in Nepal and 1 year foundation course in Germany

Students interested in studying Bachelor degree in Germany are requested to join our German language course starting 27.03.2017!

Enrol now in our Intensive German Course starting 27.03.2017 !

++Course details:++
Level: Intensive German Course A1
Timing: 7:00-10:00 AM, 11:00 AM-2:00 PM & 3:00-6:00 PM
Admission deadline: 24th March 2017
Course Days: Sunday to Friday
Course duration: 2 months per level
Teaching Hours: 144 Hours (1hour = 60 Minutes)
No. of Participants: 16 per course only

Please visit us in person for more details.

Edupark Pvt. Ltd.
First Floor, Fourth Building
Beside Aradhana Complex
Bagbazar, Kathmandu
Nepal
Tel: +977 1 4246693
+977 1 4246694
Web: www.edupark.com.np
Location: www.edupark.com.np/contact

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Study in Germany with Edupark !

Universities: Top rated Government Universities/State funded

Tuition fees: There are no tuition fees in Germany apart from semester contribution usually in between 100-300 Euros per semester

Living Cost: 720 Euros per month and depends upon students’ personal spending habits and lifestyle

Working: 20 hours per week during lecture days and for jobs a very good knowledge of German language skills is required

Programs on offer:
Engineering- all faculties, Information Technology, Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science, Electronics Engineering and many more..

Medicine, Health Sciences,Public health, Microbiology, Nursing, Biochemistry, Epidemiology, Medical Residency, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Molecular Biotechnology etc.

Business Administration, International Business, Economics, Finance, International Economics, Development Economics etc.
Law, Economics and Social Sciences, Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences, Agriculture, Forestry, Art, Music, Drama and Design etc.

Admission requirements:
German taught Bachelor program:
at least 65% in marks in 10+2 or equivalent followed by 6 months (upto B1 level) German language course in Nepal and 1 year foundation course in Germany

Students interested in studying Bachelor degree in Germany are requested to join our German language course starting 27th March.

Enroll now in our Intensive German Course starting 27th March!

Details:
Level: Intensive German Course A1
Timing: 7:00-10:00 AM, 11:00AM-2:00 PM, 3:00-6:00 PM
Admission deadline: 24th March
Course Days: Sunday to Friday
Course duration: 2 months per level
Teaching Hours: 144 Hours (1hour = 60 Minutes)
No. of Participants: 16 per course only

Please visit us in person for more details.

Edupark Pvt. Ltd.
First Floor, Fourth Building
Beside Aradhana Complex
Bagbazar, Kathmandu
Nepal
Tel: +977 1 4246693/4
Web: www.edupark.com.np
Location: www.edupark.com.np/contact

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