Today I went to the History department with a friend to check about the Summer field work. And there was this little thing in English about field work in some Roman ruins, in Germany. With EVERYTHING included!
I was like
I took a look at the requirements:
-open to non-German students; yeah
-must be under the age of 27; yeah
-with or without field experience; no experience, no problem, I'm here to learn!
-must be an Archaeology student; yeah
-must have an official certification of German language... which I don't!
and I obviously can't get one until April the 25th...
Two years of German in highschool, studying by myself, practicing with family and a friend... I had 17 on the bloody National Exam and my mother suggested me to make an official exam in Goethe Institut...
But no, no...
'I want to study more!', I said. 'Why should I make an exam and have a lower level if I'll keep studying?', I asked. 'Then I'll have to spend more money in another exam to have the correct level!', I exclaimed, indignated.
If it's open to non-German students, why the certification?