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Hi @Msk2000,
Both paths are possible. It's a question of personal preference and time.
- The direct path to Uni is of course Abitur (grades 11 and 12; possibly 13).
- The indirect way is through Ausbildung plus work experience (usually 5 yrs in total) or a "Meister" degree.
Please refer to the following hop-on chapter under section *2 Professional Diploma with Professional Experience and/or getting a Diploma as a Craftsman, Technician or Business Administrator*:
https://hopon-newcomers.com/en/studyreader/voraussetzungen/welchen-schulabschluss-braucht-man-fuer-ein-studium.html
More info here (only in German): http://www.studieren-ohne-abitur.de/web
May 3 by KironHelpDesk
Hello
I just wanted to ask if you could help me with this.
I'm thinking of going to Ausbildung after 10th grade then go to university
I wanna study architecture
Is it possible for it to work? Or should i continue school? Im 17 years old and if you can check my account it's briefly explaining my situation
May 2 by Msk2000
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