I hope next year I'll be going to Pforzheim, and Ive already got this little book from them containing some information, but Im kinda having a hard time lining things up, so I'd like to ask someone who went there, or can provide good info bout it, to answer my question. Which would be great.
Okay so: what i know is, you need to make a portfolio, and for a foreigner you need to do a language test. Furthermore you get some kind of project you need to work on to see if youre compatible? and you get 6 months of training in material editing and working with tools like drills and stuff??
Basically its like the last 2 things that id like some more info on, like how does it exactly work and all =]
Hey juzbeingme, I am also pursuing to get into Pforzheim, First of all I would like to know are you german if not than how will I get that little book that you got and I also have the same question how to get into it ? And off course the fee structure If you have any answer to my question please reply. Waiting for your u'll reply guyzzz
No im not german, im dutch, awhile ago i called to pforzheim and looked for the person thats about transportation design which in this case is Monika Markert, i told her i had some questions and stuff and she offered me to send this little book about pforzheim, you juz gotta look for the transportation design chapter hehe. Warning its all in german tho. I must say it gives quite abit of information, and basically through that all became clear, just the pre-internship thing didnt make sense to me yet but i might call them later. Also if you have any questions about the requirements to get in or something, i think most i can answer
Okay cool, so i would also like to know about the fee structure do you have any idea about that and i am going to learn german do you have any idea about the level, till which level I should know german, any specific level ??
Ehmm...fee structure wise I cant say all that much bout it, the pforzheim international website should be able to tell you more bout it. For your level of german ehmm whats important is that you pass a test and are able to understand and write german. Your German should be good enough to do this both. For example I'm Dutch, and had German in school for 5 years, I can make myself understandable, but I'll still need to search some kind of German tutoring before I have enough knowledge to pass the test. Basically German isn't like...really super hard (at least for me hehe, but ye Dutch and German is sometimes alill alike) but... I do think if you practice well its not superhard to gain a certain level in it. I cant really tell you like what lvl you should get to as a minimum. But I somewhat see it as, the better your German is, the better youll be able to understand the study =)