Study in Germany

  • Studying Abroad in Germany for Free is a big chance not only for European people but for students from all over the world. They benefit from a high quality educational system, learn a new language and gain experience from this interesting country. Germany is a country of diverse landscapes and exciting cities.

    Its economy is the largest in Europe and the fifth largest in the world. Many pioneering inventions come from Germany. Science and research have a long tradition and are highly valued today. Since opening its doors to immigrants in the 1960s, Germany has become a land of immigration. Germany is a cosmopolitan and tolerant country.

    Germany is a safe country – also on an international scale. The police are reliable and help you in every situation. Whether you live in a big city or in the country, you can move freely day or night without having to take any special precautions.

    Around twelve percent of students at German universities come from foreign countries, just like you. You can make friends from around the world, become acquainted with different countries and expand your horizons. The universities offer support to make your start in Germany as easy as possible.

  • A German university degree is highly respected by employers around the world. Germany’s higher education system has something for everyone! There are almost 450 state-accredited universities with some 17,500 degree programs in Germany.

    German universities offer degree programs in every possible subject and academic level – be it Bachelors, Masters, state examinations or doctoral degrees. General universities focus strongly on scientifically oriented study in a wide range of disciplines. Universities of applied science, on the other hand, are very practice-oriented. If you’re more interested in artistic subjects, you can enroll at a college of art, film or music.

    German is one of the ten most spoken languages in the world. Some 185 million people worldwide can speak German. You can still study in Germany even if you don’t know German, but having some knowledge of the language can make everyday life easier and help you make friends faster. Knowing a foreign language also looks great on a résumé! Nobody says that German is an easy language, but there are many ways to learn German – in a course, with a tandem partner or with German flat mates.

    Students normally don’t have to pay tuition fees at German universities, and if so, the fees are very low. Most German universities receive considerable financing from the government. Bachelor’s degree programs are usually tuition-free at public universities. Some master’s degree programs, however, come with tuition fees, but they’re not as high as in other countries.

  • 1. Is there a Post study work option or possibility of applying for PR?

    German government allows an 18 months Post Study work permit after completion of your course, during this period you could look for a permanent job relevant to your qualification.

    2. What are the general entry requirements for Universities?

    You are required to score in English Language Test i.e. IELTS, TOEFL. And GRE/GMAT/GATE/German Language is not mandatory.

    3. What are the possibilities of getting a scholarship?

    In Germany, all are the State funded Govt. Universities and do not have much tuition fee. So, scholarship chances are very less.

    4. What are the intakes in Germany?

    There are two intakes ‘summer’ and ‘winter’. Application for ‘summer’ intake generally ends by mid January and May mid for ‘winter’ session. You should start working on your admission process at least 6 months in advance.

    5. What is the medium of instruction?

    Most of the Masters courses are available in English medium but Bachelors are in German Medium. So it is necessary to have proficiency in German Language.

    6. Is there any need to learn German language?

    It’s not mandatory but recommended. Some Universities offer German language course at beginner’s level as it helps in day to day life.

    7. When should I start the application process?

    It is advisable to start an application process minimum of 6 months in advance to Intake.

    8. Can I work Part Time while studying?

    Yes, you can work for 120 full days / 240 half days in a year

    9. How long the application and VISA process will take?

    Application processing time takes 4-6weeks after the deadlines and VISA processing time takes 45-60 days.

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