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3 years ago
Member since Jul' 2018
Answered 3 years ago
According to the GMI website as you can view here, upon completing A-Levels there is a placement for students to apply to the University of Applied Sciences (UAS) in Germany. This university does indeed offer chemical engineering as a degree course.
Hope this helps, and good luck!
4 years ago
Member since Aug' 2018
Answered 4 years ago
You may check for top German universities by subject here. If your son would like to apply for a university in Germany, I would suggest for your son to take a German pre-university qualification. That way, it would simultaneously prepare him for university life in Germany and make it easier for him to apply for the universities there.
If you're interested, INTEC offers A levels German which prepares students for university in Germany. Just fill in the bar on the right if you're keen on applying, and one of our counselors will get in touch with you.
Hope this helps!
Member since May' 2018
Hi Dharmavathi. We aren't a college. Instead, we provide up-to-date information on everything to do with higher education, helping guide students onto the right path. To answer your question:
1) Astrophysics is usually offered as a postgraduate degree. There are 2 universities in Germany that offer the course, both the Master's level. One is the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, and the other is the Bonn-Cologne Graduate School of Physics and Astronomy.
2) Your son's pathway would be to complete A-Levels first, taking up science subjects, and then focusing on a degree in science. Please do take note of the requirements of either of the German universities now itself, so you won't be caught off-guard by any specific requirements such as subjects taken, research papers published and more. Preparation is key!