Study in Germany

About Germany

Germany is known as the land of poets and thinkers. It is known to be the technological and economic powerhouse of Europe. It is also a politically safe and welcoming country. It has a temperate climate with cool summers and mild winters. Situated in the heart of Europe, Germany is an excellent place to discover other famous European destinations. 

Why Study in Germany

The proximity of the German universities to the industrial plants and various research centers provides an opportunity for international students to find employment and live in the same city. 

  • German universities offer over 350 English-taught courses.
  • The Germany Public Universities offer negligible tuition fees to International Students.
  • The cost of living is reasonable compared to other parts of Europe.
  • Germany has a good employment rate and has Europe’s highest economy.
  • German Universities offer excellent curricula and infrastructure.
  • Germany homes around 450 states accredited universities that offer around 17,600-degree programs.
  • Germany universities offer countless scholarships to their international students through the German Academic Exchange Service.
  • German degrees are known for their quality and are immensely valued in the job market.
  • The German visa is valid for 27 Schengen countries including Austria, Denmark, France, Greece, and many more.
  • There are more than 100 private universities and colleges in Germany which confer officially recognized degrees. 
  • German universities offer two intakes in a year, January 15th and July 15th.
  • German universities provide excellent research opportunities.
  • Many institutions in Germany offer international students the opportunity to take up internships or carry out research in industry.
  • International students are allowed to do a part-time job for up to 20 hours a week. In fact, during vacations, they can work full time, i.e., 40 hours a week.
  • International students are entitled to 18 months job visa after the completion of the course.

Qualifying Exams:

  • PTE
  • SAT for Bachelor’s Degree
  • ACT for Bachelor’s Degree
  • GMAT for pursuing MBA
  • GRE for any Master’s Degree

Cost of Education:

The cost of education in Germany comprises tuition fees, living costs, and insurance. The course fees vary depending upon the university, location, citizenship, and level of study.

Sr. No. Particulars Average of Cost Living per annum ($)
1. Bachelor’s Degree Tuition Fees 15,000 – 55,000
2. Master’s Degree Tuition Fees 15,000 – 30,000

High Ranked Universities
Technical University of Munich
Technical University of Berlin
University of Hagen, Hagen
RWTH Achen University, Achenl
Accadis University of Applied Sciences, Bad Homburg