Study in Germany

Germany has been known to be the technological and economic powerhouse of the Europe. German universities have drawn a large number of international students since the last couple of decades. The universities for higher education are dispersed all over the country. The proximity of these universities to industrial plants and various research centres provide an opportunity for students to find employment and stay in the same city. German universities offer over 350 English-taught courses available in varying domains.
  • Germany’s universities are recognized internationally
  • German Universities and their profession academic staff offer a high quality and up to date Education.
  • Many universities offer international courses in English Language as well. So knowing German is not mandatory but recommended.
  • The large focus on research projects is also a reason for the good reputation of German universities. The state provides money for the research projects and this enables the student to do their own projects and learn in an actual real-life situation.
  • International students can do Part time Jobs either on campus or off campus and make some money for subsistence.
  • Studying in Germany not only provides interesting topics but also numerous free time activities and many travel opportunities. It is really worth, getting to know this country in the heart of Europe.
  • Less expensive when compared to other destinations.
  • Foreign students are allowed to stay for an year and half after graduation, in the event of looking for a job.
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    Education System

    Technical University: Technical Universities are more research oriented, they offer Bachelor Masters and Phd. For doing a doctorate in Germany, a university is the place to study.

    University of Applied Science: UAS are industry oriented, Study programs include work placements and practical semesters.
    1.A student aspiring to study in Germany should possess an above average academic record. All qualifications are assessed by relevant institutions to ascertain whether the student is eligible to be admitted into a certain course.
    2.Requirement for a Bachelor is 12-year secondary school leaving certificate or Pre-University Examination and Studienkolleg (It is a preparatory course for academic study at university)
    3.Requirement for a Masters is a University bachelor degree of 3 year or 4 year from a recognized university.
    If a student wants to stay in Germany for longer than 90 day they will need a national visa. This visa is issued for a stay of longer than three months, for example, for students wishing to attend a preparatory course at a “Studienkolleg” or those intending to complete a full university course. For the period thereafter, student must apply for a residence permit from the foreigners’ authorities at place of study.
    1.English Language: International Degree Programs are taught in English So the student needs to have a English proficiency test.
    2.TOEFL min score required by most of the Universities is 86 and above.
    3.IELTS min score required by most of the Universities is 6.5 and above.
    4.GRE/GMAT Students can get admission without GRE and GMAT, but some of the Management schools may ask for a GMAT score. Even in schools where it is not asked, a student with a GMAT score will be given preference over one who has not given the test, provided the score is a good one. GRE is required for certain programs in some universities like TUHH, RWTH Aachen, Saarland University so on.
    It is highly recommended to take up accommodation in the student hostels. Looking for private accommodation should be the last choice at least during the initial days. Studentenwerk are hostels which provide a private room with shared kitchen (equipped with multiple electric stoves, Refrigerator, Freezer, Electric Oven, Cupboards, dining table with chairs etc), bath & toilet. The most popular form of accommodation among students is private shared accommodation, or “Wohngemeinschaften” (WGs) as they are known in German. The principle is that a flat is shared by several people. Each tenant has his or her own room while the bathroom and kitchen are used jointly. Private flats are preferred by students who want to live in own and like to have peace and quiet atmosphere, a small apartment may be the right choice. Furnished accommodation rents are high.

    List of University & College

    • Berlin School of Business & Innovation
    • Lancaster University Leipzig (Via Navitas)
    • Jacobs University (Via OIEG)
    • EBS Universität
  • New European College
  • International University SDI München
  • International Studienkolleg Braunschweig
  • EU Business School – Munich Campus*
  • Munich Business School, University of Applied Sciences
  • SRH Hochschule der populären Künste
  • SRH Hochschule Berlin
  • The Berlin School of Design and Communication
  • University of Europe for Applied Sciences
  • GISMA Business University of Applied Sciences (formally GISMA Business School)
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