Rate the realism of the plan for the future: Germany vs Czech Republic vs Moscow?

Given: the diploma of secondary professional in IT (not higher), 2 years of ancasta, now six months working as a admin in cool company (stack: linux, bash, anisble, standard open source services). English B2. I want to develop in IB (offensive sec analysis systems).
Now actively studying to pass RHCE, CCNA, OSCP. Plus I think to learn another foreign language.
Want to go to Europe as soon as possible. Have in mind a two-and-a-half plan:

1. In 1.5-2 years to move to Europe (Germany) for a work visa. In Germany, because there soon will simplify the requirements for foreign professionals. For this you need to improve English from B2 to C1 and to learn German.
2. Digging through 1.5 years to act on the budget of the UNIVERSITY in the Czech Republic in IB / maths in IT / CS. In the Czech Republic, because the only available option is a prestigious higher. But it needs a Czech, than when it is at a very high level. Language is not the most useful, if not to go to the Czech UNIVERSITY.
3. Just move in MSK/SPB and find a job. This is an option if everything else does not work, because I'm afraid that to me here a broken leg for a run around city hall, or something like that, I think you understand.

I need to choose what to prepare, because time, and so on anything nope.

Very interesting opinion of someone who has experience or who knows something on someone else's experience on these issues.
- Is it difficult with RHCE, CCNA, OSCP with no experience and no education to get into IB in Germany? And I'm not 100% sure that there will be given a visa without the tower even with the new rules, I could not understand in detail yet.
- Will make sense in the age below 25 and with good experience in IT to go to UNIVERSITY and (relatively speaking) to lose 3 years of training instead of working? The desire to learn in high school is, if anything, the question is how effective is this strategy.
April 7th 20 at 15:30
4 answers
April 7th 20 at 15:32
In Germany, free education in English.
With further study of the language, of course.

Random link of the PA request "Germany higher for free" https://www.ef.ru/blog/language/kak-poluchit-bespl...
Not an option. To receive the annual visa to Germany you need about 700-800K rubles have in the Bank, I don't save this for 1.5-2 years.
For comparison: for visa to Czech Republic you need about 300K. - alford.Strom commented on April 7th 20 at 15:35
This is not to mention that the free bachelor's in English then, if present, whether it is almost not there.
And so this is not to mention Studienkolleg, which brings about difficulties in entering a UNIVERSITY in Germany. - alford.Strom commented on April 7th 20 at 15:38
@Catharine36, IMHO is more promising to learn Czech and German to enter the UNIVERSITY with German as the language of instruction. Try to accumulate the required amount, and on arrival will be able to work 20 hours a week to save more. Student visa can give for several years, and then not have a year again to prove solvency. - leora_Monahan commented on April 7th 20 at 15:41
April 7th 20 at 15:34
higher extramural studies of the University bad Blackard get for 2 years
and Germans

best decision I ever made (one of), in Russia always go back can
April 7th 20 at 15:36
Best of 3, and then 1 or 2 if 1 or 2 fails. What's the point of living in Russia is not in MSK or SPb?
This is literally what I said. If the second question is not abstract, then the answer is simple: I now do not live in the capitals and can't afford to move out, and don't have enough experience to easily find a good job. - alford.Strom commented on April 7th 20 at 15:39
@Catharine36, Yes, the question was not rhetorical. Question to the evaluation criteria. Roughly speaking, what do you mean by good job?

MSK/SPb have a lot of advantages. Is there somewhere described, I will not repeat myself; you can look on the website. Well, to find a good job in IT is not difficult. The main thing is to have relevant knowledge, skills and abilities, and have a basic set of social skills to be able to explain it when it comes to compensation.

But, to be honest, this option assumes that you will have to work hard and constantly evolve. Just so no one and never waits (or waits, but not too good). This concerns both abroad and MSK/SPb. I even own experience checked: I first lived several years in SPb, and then left Russia. - jasmin commented on April 7th 20 at 15:42
In Moscow people are bad, the environment no. I now live in a conservation area, where clean air, there are three rivers, forests and great fishing. Why should I if I can remote to work with the Moscow firm, and the range of shops in Moscow, in other million-plus cities the same?
it is only those who are in the city working for pennies - the really foolish to stay in his village... - brittany81 commented on April 7th 20 at 15:45
@Janae.Nolan, I gave the answer in the context of the question of the author.

I understand that everyone has their own goals and their understanding of life. The issue in achieving these goals, what steps need to be taken for this. - jasmin commented on April 7th 20 at 15:48
@Janick33, Roger. And in General I think that if you're young fell in Moscow. And then when I gained experience, earned a car, an apartment decide to come back or not. World. - brittany81 commented on April 7th 20 at 15:51
April 7th 20 at 15:38
Option 1 doesn't work, because you need a tower, or 5+ years of relevant experience to the visa was given. If the profile tower was, then Yes, all roads are open, and almost anything. So either endure and gain relevant experience for employment in the Russian Federation, or go to school and get a tower or get a tower in Russia.
But then they say the opposite:
https://pikabu.ru/story/germaniya_otkryivaet_vorot... - alford.Strom commented on April 7th 20 at 15:41

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