Part of the questions on the Academia.SX mainly focus on admissions procedure in different countries. One of the best questions, succeeded to cover questions about application procedure in the United States, link; was previously opened and attracted huge amount of attention of the users.
My question is particularly about questions which have similar concept, but are mainly about application procedure in other countries, like France, Germany, Asian universities, etc.
As an instance, if somebody has question about application procedure for starting a PhD program in Austria, is it better to form his question as the above mentioned question (something like: How does the admissions process work for PhD programs in Austria, particularly for weak or borderline students?) or should he ask his question the same as any other normal question on this site and exactly point to his main point of question?
In my opinion, having similar format of question like our How does the admissions process work for PhD programs in the US, particularly for weak or borderline students? has some advantages and disadvantages, can easily lead users with similar questions directly to their point of vagueness which has brought them to our site, but can mislead users by wrapping many questions in just similar formats.
Not to mention that, this question should not lead to opening as many questions as we can (serial questions/ one question for each country!) and questions should specifically be written and opened if any user has indeed some problem during his PhD application.