I left my country in 2017 to go to Prague to pursue PhD studies.
I started in Prague, then I went to a semester abroad in Antwerp in Belgium, then I moved to Eindhoven for 2 months. Then, I went to Berlin as a research visitor and since then I decided to move to Germany and learn the language in order to apply for a practical student work and broaden my network in order to find a job after my graduation.
Cairo, Prague, Antwerp, Eindhoven, Berlin
The life expenses in Berlin is cheaper and the quality of life is better than in other countries that I lived in. Also, I am an artist and Berlin is a culture capital.
Finding a student job without the language, so I was searching for places to learn the language for free, while I do not have a residency permit in Germany.
I have a parttime job on a freelancer bases in Berlin.
I have my German partners’ friends and family. I have some colleagues at work.
The diversity of the people and the freedom.
I can work and be able to have time for my hobbies and leisure time to do activities. I am also working as a part-time dancer in two bands.
Work and learn the language.
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