Are you fluent in German at a high academic-technical level of proficiency? You could not go to school or work there without that first. University entrance exams are, of course, in German, and so are visa interviews.
If you can get accepted into a German university on a student visa, you must return home immediately upon completion or termination of full-time studies. Student visas are temporary non-immigration visas.
You will never get a job in Germany with merely bachelor's degree. EU rules: jobs go first to citizens of that country, then citizens of any other EU-member country. An occupation has to be in very short supply throughout all of Europe before "outsiders" can be considered. Expect to need minimum of master's degree plus several years of experience in a STEM field, have developed exceptional expertise in a specialization in very short supply, to qualify for temporary employment visa to work anywhere in Europe. And be fluent in the country's language.
Since you are concerned about developing a good relationship with your father, that's your priority at the moment. But the rest of your "plans" are Fantasyland at present.