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Bachelors' study or work while partner is PhD in Germany? : My partner is considering beginning a PhD in Germany beginning 2021. I have a high school diploma from the U.S, but that's it. I'm interested in dual-vocational school, a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, or other electrical-related work, but I have no formal education beyond a HS diploma. I have good SAT test scores and practical knowledge, but the US education system failed me pretty hard, so I'm mostly self-taught in math,
Was i the asshole there? : I am supposed to join my Master Studies in October 2020 and had a few university options. I thought it'd be a good idea to ask the Germany sub-reddit about how to choose my potential university. But in the whole discussion i thought i hit a nerve "Housing help for internationals". Now i agree i may have been naive before but when people told that not all natives have the support of their parents mentally or financially, i got to know the real scenario and apologized fo
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