Sure. Because it is the only language that works nationwide. There are simply too many others.Yes, you are right. India is not "India" in Hindi. But at the same time, all Indian university have admission forms primarily in English.
Well, at least the basic requirements were in English, including a typo (don't search, I corrected it)Even if they have a Hindi or regional language version, the names of all countries will be phonetically t-ranslated. So, Germany will become "जर्मनी" but pronounce the same as the English name. I was a bit surprised that even though Hamburg admits international students, all but one page is in German, which doesn't seem fair.
... and thisEnglish FAQ site UH said:To evaluate your secondary school certificate, we need the list of your subjects and grades (X and X+II). As of spring / summer 2022 we also need the certificate from the APS
... is a bit disappointing anyway. It surprised me as Hamburg is full of foreigners and English shouldn't be a problem. I knew from an earlier thread that Leipzig offers international programs. Of course, I am not really deep in the matter. I once looked up the official way for my American nephews, but that didn't affect the language barrier, only the admission barriers.Bachelor
Universität Hamburg does not offer any English-taught Bachelor’s degree programs. You may do some research on the following websites to find out where in Germany you can study the subject of your choice in English:
Universität Hamburg does offer a small selection of English-taught and bilingual Master's degree programs.