rose   Sun Sep 17, 2006 3:52 am GMT
I am very excited now because I have to take an interview for scholarship in Germany Embassy next week. The main reason for interview is to test my english proficiency. I am not used to speaking English. How should I prepare for that? What are the questions I would be probably asked?
Robin   Sun Sep 17, 2006 6:16 am GMT
Try speaking English with someone.

The sort of questions that they are going to ask, are:

What are you studying?

Why are you studying?

What do you hope to do when you finish studying?


The Correct Answers are:

1. That you are a genuine student, genuinely studying something.

2. Show interest in what you are studying

3. Explain why you are studying. In Scotland, they actually encourage students to stay on after their studies. It is quite sensible, because it is a way of attracting bright young economically active people. Foreign students pay quite highly for their education, learn English, and then put something back in the Scottish economy. Also, that first job is often very critical. It could be the start of a career.

What the flavour of the month is in Germany, I do not know. What are the terms of the Scholarship?
Is the idea that you go back to a Developing Country?