I would like to study mathematics, at undergraduate level, at a university whose main language of instruction is German. I've found some universities in Switzerland and Germany, obviously. I would like to know of some university that takes more into account the current knowledge than the academic record. Here in Brazil for you to enter a university you just have to take a test and get a high enough score. No Brazilian university will ask you for your school records to see if you have sufficient qualifications to enter them. Here in Brazil, universities only care about what you know and not how you got that knowledge. Unfortunately I don't have any awards and my grades in high school were not good. So I would like a university that only questions my current knowledge in a similar way as it does in Brazil.

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  • Welcome to Academia SE. I am not exactly sure what your question is, but if you are looking for a specific university, it is not suited for this site due to being what we call a shopping question. – Wrzlprmft Dec 15 '18 at 12:48
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    That being said, I do not expect that grades are your problem. Most mathematics undergraduate programs at German universities have no numerus clausus and only require hochschulreife. The more crucial thing is whether your Brazilian high-school (assuming that you graduated) will be accepted (if not consider a studienkolleg, whether you have enough money, can get a visa, and so on. – Wrzlprmft Dec 15 '18 at 12:57
  • @Wrzlprmft I am currently studying at a Brazilian university. This semester I had to leave the university because of health problems. But instead of returning to my university I would like to transfer to another university whose main language of instruction is German. Researching it seems that it is a good option for me to study in Germany. Could you tell me if there is any facility since I am a college student? – user101994 Dec 15 '18 at 13:08
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    This depends on a lots of details, so a random people on the Internet will not be able to help you. I suggest that you start with the DAAD’s page. – Wrzlprmft Dec 15 '18 at 13:52