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Germany is fast becoming one of the most favoured choices for international education with hundreds of thousands of students seeking an entry in German universities. This country offers an unparalleled learning ecosystem known for producing high quality graduates who achieve high employability and better salaries in the global job market.

Why Study in Germany?

Immerse in Germany’s unique education system where theory and practicum go hand in hand. Achieve your academic objectives and realize your true potential to build a strong foundation for your future career prospects. Study programs that are structured and delivered to meet world standards and acquire skills that future graduates are expected of. Develop innovative and practical solutions to real-world problems and carve your own niche in technologies for the real world.

Quick facts

  • More than 400 state-recognised institutions of higher education
  • 20,000 different study programmes to choose from
  • Germany boasts of having over 400,000 international students
  • Post Study Work Visa up to 1.5 Years
  • Study in Europe’s strongest economy
  • Free/affordable education coupled with affordable cost of living
  • Programs available in English language
  • Safe and happy environment for International Students

Cost of Education in Germany

Types of ExpensesAnnual Expenses in
Tuition Fees for one-year (Indicative)10000
Living and Accommodation (Indicative)11208
Airfare to Germany (Indicative)300
Visa Fees75
Total Expenses21583

Cost of Education in Germany

Types of Expenses
Tuition Fees for one-year (Indicative)10000
Living and Accommodation (Indicative)11208
Airfare to Germany (Indicative)300
Visa Fees75
Total Expenses21583

Careers & Industry Insights

A founding member of the European Union, Germany is one of the most powerful and influential economies in the world and is the largest manufacturing economy in Europe. German companies such as Siemens, Volkswagen, BMW, Daimler & Allianz are known to be global leaders and have a world-wide network of branches. Leading sectors looking for international professionals include chemicals, engineering, electronics, IT, machinery, automobiles & manufacturing. Areas with high growth prospects include telecommunication, high-tech manufactured products, automotive industry, banking & finance.

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Study in Germany FAQs

Education at state funded institutions is usually free or highly subsidised with very nominal tuition fees. However, the private institutions do charge tuition fees for bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes in Germany

You need not know German if you intend on enrolling in an international degree programme which would be taught in English. However, it is recommended that you learn German language at the earliest as it will help improve social acceptability and will be an added advantage in getting part time jobs while studying and full time jobs on completing the course.

The Technical Universities (Technische Universität, TU) mainly impart theoretical knowledge. The courses are very academically inclined with varied subject groups. At a university, you can also pursue a doctorate (doctoral degree) which is not possible in a University of Applied Sciences. Universities of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule) offer practice-oriented academic courses. The focus is more on professional application rather than theory and the training is adapted to the requirements of professional life. As at universities, the first degree is the bachelor's and the second is the master's. The range of subjects comprise fields such as technology, economics, social work or medicine. During the practical phases, which form part of the course and may last for one or more semesters, the focus is on work placements and project phases at companies in Germany and abroad.

There are multiple ways to search for internships. Ask your University: There are career offices within the campus which help students get internships. A lot of the research is normally going on at the universities and openings are available and offered through the university to students. Go online: There are numerous websites dedicated to internship listings that can help a student to find an internship easily. Go through an Organization: There are organizations dedicated to facilitate students’ internships in Germany. Network: Professors, other students, family friends, etc., can help you find a good internship. Job Fairs: You can attend job fairs which not only cater to prospective employees but also to prospective interns.

On completion of their studies, students from non-EU countries who wish to stay back and take up full time gainful employment may extend their residence permit for up to 18 months to find work relating to their area of study.

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