Kkim 0 Posted July 20, 2021 Report Share Posted July 20, 2021 Hello, I am a 19 year old South Korean who graduated this year from an international IB school in Brandenburg, Germany. I want to study medicine in Germany and plan to apply next cycle after pulling my German up to a C1+. I graduated with 43 IB points which are converted to a 1.0 in the Abitur system and was told by some friends I may be able to apply for the Abibesten quota (30%) through hochschulestart. However, that is for German citizens. If I am a non EU citizen who lived and graduated from an IB school in Germany with Abitur convertible grades(IB scores), am I considered as a German applicant who can compete for the Abibesten quota or am I considered as an international applicant who will compete for the 5% available spots? My chances of getting in are quite different based on which pool I compete with. Thanks! Reply Link to post Share on other sites
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