You can register online or by phone or by mail. The detailed information about registering for the GRE can be found at www.yocket.in
Extracurriculars are always an add-on to your profile. Any achievements at the state or national and international level are considered important. Working for social causes such as for an NGO or charity trusts on a regular basis
The University of Kaiserslautern is a research university in Kaiserslautern, Germany. It was founded in 1970 and is organized into 12 faculties. With a total enrollment of 15,000 students the university has the maximum number of faculties and its various sections in Kaiserslautern and has developed itself very well over the past couple of decades.
German language eligibility:
As the university has a multi-cultural crowd and every professor understands and speaks English yet one needs to have knowledge of German at least on an amateur level. One must force themselves to learn German from the beginning even though all the courses are in English. Sometimes professors end up teaching in English as it is their preferred language in which they are comfortable.
There are no specific exams needed to apply in this university as they agree to your admission on previous education and grades. If you do not match their needs all you can do is convince. The university does conduct few scholarship grants but that depends on the offers that they present on their website. Else, you must score high and try to impress them by your grades.
*Average tuition fee is only an indicator of the estimate annual cost for Engineering courses at Uni KL. Course specific tuition fee may vary and it's best to refer to the university's [official website]. An estimate of the average tuition fee at Kaiserslautern University of Technology in Indian Rupees is INR 0 k as of 22 Jul 2019
Kaiserslautern, home to 98,166 people is a city in southwest Germany, located in the Bundesland (State) of Rhineland-Palatinate. The city dates back to 800 BC and has been of importance to all the rulers since then because of its locality close to all minerals including a river. This city can be incorporated between a city and a town as it does not have that large space or people to be defined as a city. The place is not so happening; parties are rare even on big occasions you wouldn’t find a DJ to make up your mood. People out here are into themselves and you might find privacy for yourself even in the crowd as every cares about their own. There are a lot of museums around the city and pretty famous parks to roam around at the same time cafes and bars at every corner are always ready to satisfy your taste buds.
Well, to describe the infrastructure in a word then I’d say it’s modern. The university has the latest facility to keep the students updated to the newest piece of their education. There are methods in which each professor teaches and they are pretty good, which includes the use of equipment provided by the university to them.
Included in the cost of living expenses are things like housing, food, and other basic needs. Kaiserslautern is by no means as expensive as major German cities like Munich or Hamburg. Cost of living information is always based on averages and estimated values and depends on individual needs. At an average a student might end up spending 500€ to 700€ for a month which would include everything, as in literally everything which is pretty average not so cheap and not too expensive.
Kaiserslautern has a moderate climate with adequate rainfall year round. The climate around here is cold, don’t confuse with freezing climate. The summers are pleasant and the average climate then is around 18-20 °C while the months of December and January are pretty cold with a climate that goes down till -2°C . It’s just the winters that one must take care of else the climate is descent and good to live in.
The professors are perfectly qualified for their job at the University of Kaiserslautern. They are well equipped with a good technology, even though it is not modern and they teach and complete their syllabus within given time. It may seem to you that they are a little strict, that is nothing but the pressure from the university to complete the syllabus within time. The communication gap does not exist as everyone understands English, at the professors do. In fact in a national competition held in October 2009 it was given an award for “excellence in teaching”.
There are few financial aids provided by the university, but they are very specific. The grants are given to some courses such as Doctorate degrees to be specific. There are few other grants as well for which you’d have to keep a check on their news feed over the website.
There is no information available regarding eventual placements at the university, but according to some ex-students the university has conducted placements after their final semester. There are very specific placements, specifically for the doctorate programs but the cultural programs and parties help you get in touch with alumni who can help you after your course even if the university doesn’t.
Kaiserslautern University is considered as one of the best in Germany and even though it’s new, it has managed to get a good traction of students in such a less time. Even the courses are in English, to say it is one of the most preferred university until now. The only problem that may rise is during the admission; if you don’t have good grades then you may not stand a chance to enter this university as they do not have any kind of entrance. A letter of recommendation might help, but if your scores are impressive then you stand a good chance of getting in to it. Apart from all of this the town is not that expensive but some students might find it difficult to spend their lives here as it is a place where your money doesn’t stay in your wallet and you feel like spending even if you don’t want to especially with the leisured culture of wine and roaming around the beautiful places. If you want to save money, then you must concentrate only on your studies. Else the university is good only if you are from a well to do family.
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