1) Decision on why study in Germany.
2) Knowledge about Germany.
3) Information about future studies in Germany.
4) Current academic and work experience.
5) Blocked account and future financial status.
7) Accommodation arrangement in Germany
8) Relationships with people living in Germany or #Europe maybe.
9) What you plan to do during Holidays and semester-break.
10) Your Plans of the future.
You can say, Germany is popular with high-quality and best academic and practice-oriented programs
Other reasons to choose Germany is the enjoyable level of freedom, security, as well as rich culture, history and diversity.
You might also cleverly highlight the difference in study quality and course structure between Germany with that in your country too.
Tip: Explain which was your main activity and interests ever since you have graduated from previous studies.
It can be paid work, following trainings, #engagement in charity activities, online job or business.
If you miss this question it’ll pose a threat to a successful interview.
Tip: Do not include in your calculation the amount of living costs, as this is only costs for studying.
Tell them the estimated study tuition fees or tuition free for the entire study course, all study years.
Tip: Name the department and the subject of your studies.
For example Engineering department or Law department and the study program/course name, and which its main objectives are.
Mention also main subjects/modules of the course.