Study in Germany

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Why Choose to Study in Germany

Experience Germany’s exceptional education approach where theory connects practice. Accomplish your academic targets and make a deep foundation for a lucrative career. German study programs meet international standards, offering innovative solutions to real-world challenges.

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Engineering & Technology

Leading programs in innovation and engineering.

Computer Science & IT

Advanced studies in digital and information technology.

Business & Management

Comprehensive business and management education.

Creative Arts & Humanities:

Programs promoting innovative and analytical thinking.

Social Sciences

In-depth courses on societal and human behaviour.
Germany offers top-notch education in these key areas.
  • Extensive Academic Institutions: With over 400 state-recognized universities and colleges, there are numerous prestigious options.
  • Diverse Study Programs: Select from more than 20,000 courses tailored to a variety of academic and professional interests.
  • Successful Global Student Community: Connect above 400,000 students from surrounding the world in a cheering and diverse feeling.
  • Post Study Work Prospects: Take benefit of a post-study employment visa permitting you to live and job in Germany for up to 1.5 years.
  • Leading European Economy: Benefit from studying in Europe’s strongest economy, which enhances career opportunities.
  • Affordable Education and Living Costs: Enjoy the advantage of low or no tuition fees and a reasonable cost of living.
  • English-Language Lectures: Many programs are presented in English, getting it welcoming for international students.

Germany offers affordable education for international students. Here is a quick overview:

Annual Expenses:

  • Tuition Fees: €8,000 – €15,000
  • Living and Accommodation: €11,208

 

Course Durations:

Master’s: 1-2 years

Bachelor’s: 3 years

Tuition fees do not include living and accommodation costs. Germany provides a cost-effective way to obtain a top-quality education in a leading European country.

 

Germany presents outstanding job opportunities, being a hub for Fortune 500 companies such as Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, and Siemens. As the strongest economy in Europe, Germany excels in growth, employment, and exports.

Key Highlights:

  • Post-Study Work Visa: Non-EU graduates can remain in Germany for up to 18 months to seek employment.
  • Permanent Residency: Graduates are entitled to a permanent residency after employment in Germany intended for 5 years.
  • Economic Powerhouse: As a founding member of the EU, Germany boasts the largest manufacturing economy in Europe. Renowned companies like Siemens, Volkswagen, and BMW have extensive global networks.
  • High-Demand Sectors: Significant job opportunities exist in chemicals, engineering, electronics, IT, machinery, and manufacturing. Rapidly growing fields include telecommunications, high-tech manufacturing, automotive, banking, and finance.

Choosing to study in Germany can significantly enhance your career prospects, providing access to a robust job market and a leading global economy.

  • DeutschlandStipendium National Scholarship Program
  • DAAD Scholarship Programs
  • Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarships
  • Erasmus Scholarship Programs
  • Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Scholarship

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Entry Requirements for Master’s Programs in Germany

  • Academic: Minimum 60% in undergraduate degree.
  • English Proficiency:
  • IELTS: 6.5 overall, no band less than 6.
  • TOEFL: Minimum score of 87.
  • German Language: A1 or A2 level recommended.
  • GRE: 310+ for high-ranked universities, especially in Automobile and Mechanical courses.

Entry Requirements for Bachelor’s Programs in Germany

  • Education: 12 years required, 13 years for some universities (can be completed via a Foundation year in Germany or the first year of a Bachelor’s in India).
  • Academic: Minimum 60% in 12th grade.
  • English Proficiency: IELTS score of 6.5 overall, no band less than 6.
  • German Language: B2 level proficiency recommended.

Note: Ensure all documents, including final marksheets and IELTS scores, are ready before applying. Competitive courses may require a higher academic record and GRE score.

Work Permit for Students in Germany

During Study

Global students in Germany be able to work up to 20 hours per week .This rule applies to those seeking university admission, as well as those in language training or preparatory programs. This extension seeks to improve the switch into the Labor market and enhance the holding of foreign graduates.

Part-Time Work/Student Jobs:

  • Permitted: 120 full employed days or 240 half working days for each year.
  • Typical Wages: €8 to €12 per hour.
  • Job Locations: On-campus or off-campus.
  • Language Skills: Higher wages for students with German language proficiency.
Internship

Programs with Internships to Make You ‘Future-Ready’ Boost your job prospects with programs that include built-in internships, giving you valuable real-world experience.

    • Full-Time and Part-Time Internships
    • Paid and Unpaid Internships
    • Graduate Teaching Assistantships
    • Semester Internships and Co-op Programs
    • Gain the skills top employers seek and enhance your career potential.
Post Study Employment permit in Germany
  • International graduates can increase their residence permit for up to 18 calendar months afterward graduation to obtain job.
  • These 18 months start immediately after final exams, so it is advisable to begin job hunting during the final semester.
  • During this period, any job is permissible to support yourself until you secure full-time employment in your field.
Settlement in Germany After Graduation
  • Graduates can apply for indefinite residence after 5 years of working in Germany.
  • A settlement permit allows permanent residence, work, study, and family reunification.
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Popular Universities

  • Technical University of Munich (Munich)
  • LMU Munich (Munich)
  • Universität Heidelberg (Heidelberg)
  • Humboldt University of Berlin (Berlin)
  • RWTH Aachen University (Aachen)
  • University of Bonn (Bonn)
  • Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Berlin)
  • University of Tübingen (Tübingen)
  • Free University of Berlin (Berlin)
  • University of Göttingen (Göttingen)

These universities represent some of the best higher education institutions in Germany.

FAQs

Does Germany Accept a 3-Year Bachelor's Degree for Master's Programs?
  • Private Institutions: Yes, a 3-year Bachelor’s degree is acceptable.
  • Public Universities: A 4-year Bachelor’s degree is required.
How Many Backlogs Are Acceptable in Germany?

Up to 5-10 backlogs are acceptable.

Is the age limit for obtaining an education in Germany?
  • Bachelor’s Programs: Up to 25 years.
  • Master’s Programs: Up to 30 years.
Can a Student Apply Without IELTS? Is an IELTS Waiver Possible?

No, IELTS/TOEFL is compulsory for education in Germany.

How Can You Bring Your Family to Germany on a Student Visa?
  • As an international student in Germany, you can bring your spouse and children using a German Family Reunion Visa.
  • Some nationals may not need a visa to enter but will still need a residence permit.
Is Education Free for International Students in Germany?
  • Many public universities in Germany provide do not charge tuition-fees for  global students.
  • However, the cost can vary depending on the program and university, making it a great option for affordable, quality education.

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