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Dresden University of Technology & Tudias prep students graduate

(Summary description)Student background

●Student Wang Chonghao was a freshman in the third year of Zhangjiakou No.1 Middle School in 2017.

●In the same year he entered Dresden University of Technology & Tudias Foundation Studies.

●After graduating from the foundation course in 2018, he enrolled in the Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering of the Technical University of Munich.

The editor was fortunate enough to invite Wang Chonghao to make a meaningful interview with him during his studies at the Dresden University of Technology & Tudias Foundation Program and his experience applying to the university. The following is the specific interview link:



Q: Classmate Wang, first of all congratulations on your entry to the Technical University of Munich. Please talk about your experience in the foundation course in German University of Technology.



Answer: Thank you. At that time, like many DSD graduates, I was very confused about the upcoming trip to Germany after the college entrance examination. After taking DSD1 in March, I didn't touch German very much until the college entrance examination. Fortunately, the project organized us to strengthen the German for a period of time during the summer. We practiced listening, speaking, reading and writing a bit, so that we can well connect to the preparatory courses after going to Germany.



The preparation and submission of application materials are relatively smooth, and the project teacher assists us to handle it, saving a lot of time and effort. After arriving in Germany, a teacher picked up the airport and sent us to the Degong University student apartment. It was really convenient. At that time, we had several other students who went to the preparatory course for the joint entrance exam. We were preparing materials and submitting visas all day, and we were worried about accommodation.



Talk about the experience of studying in the preparatory course this year. In addition to Chinese students, our preparatory class also has many students from South Korea, Japan, and the Middle East. Such a class environment provides us with a very good ability to exercise German. Chance, because everyone communicates with each other in German, and the language of the students who are preparing for the preparatory course is not too good, so no one can laugh at anyone, everyone learns from each other, points out the other party’s mistakes, and really feels that the language has increased the speed quickly. This year's preparatory courses are similarly compact. There are many classes in the afternoon and afternoon. Because there are not too many students in the class, we have ample opportunities to communicate and communicate with the teacher in the classroom, and the teacher can take care of every student. This year is basically spent in tension and happiness.



It should be relatively well prepared. The teacher’s lessons also have a high degree of fit with the final exam, and I feel that the difficulty of the exam is relatively moderate. However, I really want to remind all of my younger students here. German is very important! German is very important! German is very important! (I say the important thing three times). I read in the T direction. In addition to computers, mathematics, physics, and chemistry have a high school foundation. It is really relatively simple. The most annoying thing is German. Many preparatory graduates' final grades are averaged by German. So remind your friends, this year, you must practice listening, speaking, reading and writing German. Not only to achieve a good result for the preparatory course completion exam, but also to make a good transition when studying undergraduate.



Q: What idea did you apply for at the Technical University of Munich?



Answer: After finishing the preparatory course, I feel that the exam is not bad. We have two options, one is to directly study undergraduate degree of German University of Technology with the pre-admission of German University of Technology obtained before going abroad, and the other is to choose other universities to study at will. Dresden University of Technology is really a great school. It is really strong in electronics, aerospace and automation. Many students think that Dresden is a city with high cost performance, low cost of living, and corresponding facilities. perfect. One year's life has already been feeling here. Several students who want to read electronics stay here. I was very interested in machinery and these things since I was a child. I like model airplanes, hand-made, and vehicle assembly. The Munich University of Technology is very strong in the field of mechanical manufacturing, so I chose this school after graduating from the preparatory course.



Q: As the identity of the person coming here, please give some suggestions to your schoolmates.



Answer: 1. Don’t waste German after the college entrance examination, otherwise it’s really foolish after coming here, and speaking German can’t even open

Dresden University of Technology & Tudias prep students graduate

(Summary description)Student background

●Student Wang Chonghao was a freshman in the third year of Zhangjiakou No.1 Middle School in 2017.

●In the same year he entered Dresden University of Technology & Tudias Foundation Studies.

●After graduating from the foundation course in 2018, he enrolled in the Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering of the Technical University of Munich.

The editor was fortunate enough to invite Wang Chonghao to make a meaningful interview with him during his studies at the Dresden University of Technology & Tudias Foundation Program and his experience applying to the university. The following is the specific interview link:



Q: Classmate Wang, first of all congratulations on your entry to the Technical University of Munich. Please talk about your experience in the foundation course in German University of Technology.



Answer: Thank you. At that time, like many DSD graduates, I was very confused about the upcoming trip to Germany after the college entrance examination. After taking DSD1 in March, I didn't touch German very much until the college entrance examination. Fortunately, the project organized us to strengthen the German for a period of time during the summer. We practiced listening, speaking, reading and writing a bit, so that we can well connect to the preparatory courses after going to Germany.



The preparation and submission of application materials are relatively smooth, and the project teacher assists us to handle it, saving a lot of time and effort. After arriving in Germany, a teacher picked up the airport and sent us to the Degong University student apartment. It was really convenient. At that time, we had several other students who went to the preparatory course for the joint entrance exam. We were preparing materials and submitting visas all day, and we were worried about accommodation.



Talk about the experience of studying in the preparatory course this year. In addition to Chinese students, our preparatory class also has many students from South Korea, Japan, and the Middle East. Such a class environment provides us with a very good ability to exercise German. Chance, because everyone communicates with each other in German, and the language of the students who are preparing for the preparatory course is not too good, so no one can laugh at anyone, everyone learns from each other, points out the other party’s mistakes, and really feels that the language has increased the speed quickly. This year's preparatory courses are similarly compact. There are many classes in the afternoon and afternoon. Because there are not too many students in the class, we have ample opportunities to communicate and communicate with the teacher in the classroom, and the teacher can take care of every student. This year is basically spent in tension and happiness.



It should be relatively well prepared. The teacher’s lessons also have a high degree of fit with the final exam, and I feel that the difficulty of the exam is relatively moderate. However, I really want to remind all of my younger students here. German is very important! German is very important! German is very important! (I say the important thing three times). I read in the T direction. In addition to computers, mathematics, physics, and chemistry have a high school foundation. It is really relatively simple. The most annoying thing is German. Many preparatory graduates' final grades are averaged by German. So remind your friends, this year, you must practice listening, speaking, reading and writing German. Not only to achieve a good result for the preparatory course completion exam, but also to make a good transition when studying undergraduate.



Q: What idea did you apply for at the Technical University of Munich?



Answer: After finishing the preparatory course, I feel that the exam is not bad. We have two options, one is to directly study undergraduate degree of German University of Technology with the pre-admission of German University of Technology obtained before going abroad, and the other is to choose other universities to study at will. Dresden University of Technology is really a great school. It is really strong in electronics, aerospace and automation. Many students think that Dresden is a city with high cost performance, low cost of living, and corresponding facilities. perfect. One year's life has already been feeling here. Several students who want to read electronics stay here. I was very interested in machinery and these things since I was a child. I like model airplanes, hand-made, and vehicle assembly. The Munich University of Technology is very strong in the field of mechanical manufacturing, so I chose this school after graduating from the preparatory course.



Q: As the identity of the person coming here, please give some suggestions to your schoolmates.



Answer: 1. Don’t waste German after the college entrance examination, otherwise it’s really foolish after coming here, and speaking German can’t even open

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Student background

 

●Student Wang Chonghao was a freshman in the third year of Zhangjiakou No.1 Middle School in 2017.

 

●In the same year he entered Dresden University of Technology & Tudias Foundation Studies.

 

●After graduating from the foundation course in 2018, he enrolled in the Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering of the Technical University of Munich.

 

The editor was fortunate enough to invite Wang Chonghao to make a meaningful interview with him during his studies at the Dresden University of Technology & Tudias Foundation Program and his experience applying to the university. The following is the specific interview link:

 

 

 

Q: Classmate Wang, first congratulations on your entry to the Technical University of Munich. Please talk about your experience in the foundation course in German University of Technology.

 

 

Answer: Thank you. At that time, like many DSD graduates, I was very confused about the upcoming trip to Germany after the college entrance examination. After taking DSD1 in March, I didn't touch German very much until the college entrance examination. Fortunately, the project organized us to strengthen the German for a period during the summer. We practiced listening, speaking, reading and writing a bit, so that we can well connect to the preparatory courses after going to Germany.

 

 

The preparation and submission of application materials are relatively smooth, and the project teacher assists us to handle it, saving a lot of time and effort. After arriving in Germany, a teacher picked up the airport and sent us to the Degong University student apartment. It was really convenient. At that time, we had several other students who went to the preparatory course for the joint entrance exam. We were preparing materials and submitting visas all day, and we were worried about accommodation.

 

 

Speaking of my experience in the Prep class this year. In addition to Chinese students, we had many students from Korea, Japan and the Middle East in our prep class. This class environment provided us with a very good opportunity to practice our German. None of the students in the prep class spoke German very well, so no one could laugh at anyone. We all learned from each other and pointed out each other's mistakes, and really felt that the language improved at a fast pace. This year's preparatory course was just as intensive. Since there were not many students in the class, we had plenty of opportunities to communicate with the teacher in class and the teacher was able to take care of every student. It was basically a year of tension and fun.

 

 

It should be relatively well prepared. The teacher’s lessons also have a high degree of fit with the final exam, and I feel that the difficulty of the exam is relatively moderate. However, I really want to remind all my younger students here. German is very important! German is very important! German is very important! (I say the important thing three times). I read in the T direction. In addition to computers, mathematics, physics, and chemistry have a high school foundation. It is really relatively simple. The most difficult thing is German. Many preparatory graduates' final grades are averaged by German. So, remind your friends, this year, you must practice listening, speaking, reading and writing German. Not only to achieve a good result for the preparatory course completion exam, but also to make a good transition when studying undergraduate.

 

 

 

Q: What idea did you apply for at the Technical University of Munich?

 

 

Answer: I think the exams were not bad after the preparatory course. We had two options, one was to get a pre-acceptance to the Technical University of Germany before going abroad and study directly at the Technical University of Germany for our undergraduate degree, and the other was to study at any other university of our choice. Dresden University of Technology is indeed a good school. It is strong in electronics, aerospace, and automation. Many students think that Dresden is a cost-effective city with a low cost of living and correspondingly good facilities. A few students who wanted to study electronics chose to stay here. I've been very interested in mechanics and these things since I was a kid. I like model airplanes, hand building, and vehicle assembly. The Technical University of Munich is very strong in the field of mechanical engineering, so I chose this school after my preparatory course.

 

 

 

Q: Please give your classmates some advice.

 

 

Answer: 1. Don’t waste German after your high school exams, otherwise you will come really stupid, and you won't even know how to speak German;

 

2. Read more basic books for undergraduate majors in the summer and master some basic professional knowledge in the summer;

 

3. Find all opportunities to listen, speak, read, and write after you come to Germany. There are no shortcuts in German, and only by working hard will you gain something;

 

4. Earlier confirm the major you want to study in the future, you can go to the university to listen;

 

5. Finally, study hard and improve every day. . .

 

 

Application suggestion

 

1

I personally recommend applying independently from the school's official website. Compared to Uni-assist this approach is cheaper. As for the requirements for university application and how to do it, be sure to read the relevant information on the school's official website. Many students do not read the information on the official website seriously because of language problems or greed, which will cause great inconvenience to apply and enrolling. Therefore, it is recommended that you carefully read and understand all the information on the official website. After all, this is the most official and authoritative introduction to the school, and it is also the beginning of your independent study and life.

 

 

2

Different majors have different requirements. For example, the Department of Mechanical Manufacturing needs to conduct an 8-week internship before enrollment and provide an internship certificate when applying. Therefore, students should carefully understand the requirements of the department when applying. See the official website for details.

 

 

3

The MTU has strict regulations on material audit. It is necessary to clarify which copies are required and which originals are required, otherwise the deviations must be submitted. Don't be anxious once problems arise. On the one hand, communicate clearly with the Admissions Office, and on the other hand, step up to submit materials. (I also had problems with my application, but I will mail it as soon as possible and make up for the time.)

 

 

4

Official website! Official website! Official website! Say the important thing three times.

 

 

 

City Introduction

 

Munich

 

Munich is the third largest city in Germany, with many well-preserved ancient buildings. It is a well-known tourist city. The central area has a continuous flow of vehicles throughout the year and is lively. Every festival attracts many tourists from all over the world. World-renowned universities: Technical University of Munich, University of Munich (LMU), and Deutsches Museum, Europe’s largest science and technology museum, are in the city, so it is also a veritable city of technology and culture.

 

The city is in the northern foothills of the Alps, adjacent to scenic spots such as Neuschwanstein Castle and Königssee Lake. It is also the closest German city to Austria and other Central European countries.

 

Special reminder: Munich is one of the cities with the highest house prices in Germany and the most in short supply, so students who want to study abroad must find a room in advance. If you do not plan to rent a house for a long time after enrolling, you must apply for student dormitory as early as possible. You must also queue up to apply for dormitory. It usually takes three semesters, which is about one and a half years, on a first-come-first-served basis. In short, there must be an early plan for housing issues!

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