It bodes well to arrange as much as you can before you arrive. Although In my case I wanted to have subjects from various departments so I had to wait till I could see what was really offered and what was not classing in the timetable. I was disappointed that exams were written in the sportshall with hundrets of other students and I could not choose when I wanted to do each subject.
I'd sayed before the level of the subjects are not very high and so you have time to travell around and to enjoy your stay. But I'd like that it is a bit harder, because sometimes I hear something in the lectures I already learned. But generally it is good because you can really improve your technical english. Also the teacher are mostly good and they able to explain the problems very well. And it is after some week no problem to follow the lectures. And this is good because when you cannot follow the lectures you will give up after some time and you don't learn anything.
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