Education Costs Money

Study forms of financing – debt or chances Berlin, 02.11.2011 the education fair horizon is in the starting blocks. At the Augsburg exhibition grounds the pupils and students of the region can comprehensively to find out about studies or training pathways. You opted for a direction, the question of how the study will be financed is for almost everyone. In addition to going to the BAfoG-Office, there are many more opportunities to study finance. This is just one of many issues on the horizon that will provide valuable tips for this purpose. Regional, national and international companies, universities and institutions participating in the education fair horizon and help through personal consultations in the decision-making process when it comes to the education after graduation.

Certainly by today’s media to get a wide variety of useful information, however, is extremely helpful to the personal interview and clarify individual questions in all areas of planning for the future. The Education Fair horizon has made to the task, to address a wide range of studies and training pathways and to give information about the possibilities they offer, but also problems. You already made a rough decision, more questions arise: How can I finance my studies without parental case to live? What forms of funding your studies are possible? How many funds do I need? Is it possible to work without that suffers from this in addition to the studies? When must I care the matching funding? This issue is under other contents of the horizon programme. Many pupils and students mistakenly think that they can save a visit to the BAfoG Office due to the financial situation of the parents or the school final grades for scholarships are too bad. Such prejudices”are common in Germany and avoid dealing with the many possibilities of financing around the study and training. The Agency for work Augsburg offers on Saturday, November 12 at 13:30 in HIT-Forum a lecture on this topic.

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