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Germany is a paradise for higher education. You will find many globally ranked universities in Germany, besides a variety of courses and world-recognized degrees that promise high employment percentages and an affordable cost of living.

This makes Germany one of the top choices for international studentsAs per the latest official stats, 3,57,000 international students are seeking higher education in Germany and their number is increasing steadily.

Advantages of Studying in Germany

Let’s have a look at some of the secret benefits of studying in Germany that makes it a top choice for the student seeking a university degree.

  1. Tuition-Free Universities – Very Low Fees or Not at All

In times where higher education is becoming a necessity and a costly affair at the same time, Germany is the only top study destination whose public universities charge negligible to no tuition fees from international students.

In October 2014, German Authorities gave a decision stating that all international students who are attending a public university would be free from paying standard tuition fees in Germany.

According to this law, international students have to pay a few administrative charges such as student contribution, public transport ticket and a student union fee that make around €250 per semester.

According to a survey conducted, 35.8% of the international students chose Germany for higher education due to tuition-free universities in Germany.

  1. World-Class Universities

According to the official statistics of 2018, there are 429 recognized universities in Germany, out of which 106 are among the list of globally ranked universities. Some of them have been ranked among the world’s best universities consistently.

The students value these universities for the quality of education, opportunities to improve academically, hands-on experiences during and after studies in a friendly and safe environment.

These universities enjoy a worldwide reputation. Thanks to their research excellence and recognized teaching, built upon a long and rich tradition of higher education. Besides being among the best, some of these universities are the oldest in Europe.

  1. Explore Europe on Student Visa

Students of German universities are entitled to the same travel rights as that of German and European students. However, there are two cases as under;

European Students; if you are a European and are living and studying in Germany, you are entitled to the EU/EFTA citizen’s free entry rights.

NonEuropean Students; If you are not a resident of Europe, you are required to get the residency permit. The residency permit then allows you to travel visa-free in the whole Schengen Area, which is a wonderful opportunity to visit the countries that you are interested in within the time-frame.

  1. Variety of Degrees / Programs

A large number of reputable universities is just one thing; Germany offers many degree programs from every field of education that suit everyone’s interest.

Being an industrialist country, German Universities are global leaders in Engineering, medicine, and pharma. But the list is ever-expanding as new fields of study are emerging with cutting edge technologies.

So, whether you are interested in fields as microscopic as an atom or as vast as mysterious galaxies, you’ll find a program for it being taught in German Universities by renowned and reliable professionals.

  1. World Recognized Degree Programs

In terms of their structure and method of instruction, the study programs at German universities are designed to meet up-to-date scientific developments in the world and to educate individuals and make them professionals.

You will be certified with a degree at the end of your course, which is valued and globally recognized. Employers all around the world will look up to you with the respect and trust that makes them hire you and trust your capabilities.

  1. Economical Cost of Living 

So now you know that the cost of studying in Germany is very low. But besides that, the cost of living in Germany as compared to other European countries is quite affordable. Though the urban areas are more expensive than peripheral areas.

However, through some smart financial management, the cost of living for international students in Germany becomes quite affordable. Rent being the major financial concern, finding an apartment/room in peripheral areas, and sharing it can cut half of your expenses.

  1. Part-Time Job Opportunities

As per the German Law, international students are allowed to work part-time. As a student in Germany, you can do a part-time job for 120 full days of a year or up to 20 hours a week. More than 60% of international students in Germany do part-time jobs while studying.

The part-time job not only helps in adding to your financial leverage but also to your work experience that helps to increase the chances of your future employability.

  1. Scope for Future

As a graduate of German University, your range for future employment increases many folds. German universities are highly respected, and so are their graduates. German university graduates enjoy a high employability rate in the global job market.

So, you can expect a bunch of attractive job offers when you complete your degree from German university as the employers trust your academic credits and professional credibility due to an outstanding education in German Institution.

  1. Learning the German Language

Starting from surviving in a different culture and country to thriving in it, there are many reasons that learning German is beneficial to you if you are planning to study abroad in Germany.

German is one of the most spoken native languages in the European continent. Germany is one of the most powerful economies of the world with its businesses spread worldwide over the globe.

Thus, by learning to speak the German language, you place yourself in an advantageous position both in terms of living in Germany and also getting an excellent job inside and out of Germany.

  1. Learning in Multicultural Community

Germans are one of the world’s most accommodative and welcoming societies. Germany has always been the hub for other nationals traditionally.

Germans live in harmony with foreigners from over the world who come to their country for work, tourism, or education.

Additionally, thousands of international students come to German universities in search of an opportunity to reach their education goals.

Therefore, Germany will offer you one of the best multicultural and diverse communities to live in. This helps in learning new things, customs, and traditions and looking at the world from a different angle. 

  1. The Upshot

To sum up, Germany offers you an opportunity to make the most of yourself. Here you can reach your full potential by developing your intellectual abilities and sharpening your skills.

In comparison with other countries, if you are out to achieve great things, you will find many doors to your dream future. If you are determined, motivated and committed to growing, Germany welcomes you with open arms.

Scholarships

  • Non-Government Funded Scholarships
  • Einstein International Postdoctoral Fellowship
  • Heinrich Boll Scholarships for International Students
  • Humboldt Research Fellowships for Postdoctoral Researchers
  • Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Scholarships
  • Kurt Hansen Science Scholarships
  • Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) for Developing Countries
  • Mawista Scholarship
  • Deutschland Stipendium
  • The Helmholtz Association
  • Government Funded Scholarships
  • University Specific Scholarships
  • DAAD International Scholarship
    DAAD is scholarships for International applicants from the field of Fine Art, Design, Film, Music and Architecture as well as Drama, Direction, Dance and Choreography. The scholarship payment depends on the applicant’s academic qualifications. It is usually €650.00 (from February 2018: €750.00) for undergraduate students, €750.00 (from September 2018: €850.00) for graduate scholarship holders and €1,000.00 (from September 2018: €1,200.00) for doctoral candidates and postdoc scholarship holders). The payments for university teachers are typically: €2,000.00 for assistants, assistant professors and lecturers, €2,150.00 for professors (as of August 2015). International artists can apply for this study scholarship when they decide to study in Germany.

Intakes

To study abroad in Germany one needs to be aware of the intakes. The main intakes offered by all Universities is September, Deadlines: from 15th Feb till 31st May. Few universities offer intake in March, Deadlines: from 15th Nov till Jan Last.

Entry Requirements / Eligibility

UNDERGRADUATE

13 years of Education is mandatory (12 + 1 year from University) If not, then students can go via 1 year Foundation Course Or 10 years Education + 3 years Diploma IELTS- 6.0 overall or TOEFL- 80 points (IBT) German language B2 level

MASTERS

15 & 16 years of Education with 75% or 2.75 GPA IELTS – 6.5 overall or TOEFL – 85 points (iBT) German Language up to 200 hrs – A1 level GRE – Appeared, Attempt is fine

MBA

To study MBA in Germany, students require 15 & 16 years of Education with Relevant Subjects IELTS- 6.5 or TOEFL – 85 points (IBT) Work Experience 2 – 3 year preferred GMAT – 550 (exceptionally required) Some MBA programs do not require GMAT nor work experience

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Before you can study at a German university, you first have to enroll. This procedure is called enrolment or registration. Once you’re formally enrolled, you may attend courses at your university, take examinations and finally receive an academic degree. Enrolment also allows you to access all facilities at the university, for example, the library, sports grounds and computer rooms.

 

You may enroll at your German university as soon as you receive your notification of admission from the International Office or the Foundation for Higher Education Admission (former ZVS). The notification also includes information concerning the enrolment period. Please note that the enrolment period can be rather short and you have to show up in person in order to enroll at the university.

Colleges

  • Schiller International University
  • European University
  • Gisma Business School

Course Details

  • Business and Management Programs Foundation of Business (1 year | 2 semesters)
    Ideal for students lacking the necessary entry requirements for admission into a German university or who need to solidify their academic skills
    Tuition per semester: € 5,900
  • Bachelor of Arts in International Management (3 years | 6 semesters)
    Ideal for candidates looking for the entry point to start an international career in business & management fields
    Tuition per Semester: € 6,150
Specializations for Bachelor Program: Accounting & Finance, International Marketing and Human Resources
  • Master of Arts for Non-Business Graduates (2.5 years | 5 semesters)
    Ideal for candidates who have reached a glass ceiling due to the lack of business and management qualifications
    Tuition per Semester: € 5,800
  • Master of Arts in International Management (2 years | 4 semesters)
    Ideal for candidates who want a focused understanding of the academic side of business and management
    Tuition per Semester: € 5,800
Specializations for Master Programs: Accounting & Finance, Marketing, International Human Resource Management, Hospitality and IT Management
  • MBA in International Business (Accelerated – 60 ECTS) (1 year | 2 semesters)
    Ideal for qualified and experienced individuals looking to boost their career prospects
    Tuition per Semester: € 7,995
  • MBA in International Business (90 ECTS) (1 year on campus | 2 semesters)
    Ideal for experienced individuals looking to boost their careers by gaining and enriching business qualifications
    Tuition per Semester: € 6,500
  • Specializations for MBA programs: Accounting & Finance, International Marketing, Hospitality and IT Management
    Executive Preparation for Master (10 Weeks)
    Ideal for candidates who want to refresh existing knowledge in diverse business and management
    subjects.Tuition for program: € 2,890
Specializations for MBA programs: Accounting & Finance, International Marketing, Hospitality and IT Management
  • Executive Preparation for Master (10 Weeks)
    Ideal for candidates who want to refresh existing knowledge in diverse business and management
    subjects.Tuition for program: € 2,890

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