Why to Study in Germany

German universities are among the top in the world for teaching and research. You will graduate with a degree that is globally recognized, offering you outstanding opportunities in the global labor market.

 

The variety of courses available at German universities is huge, allowing you to concentrate in any field of study you like. You can focus thanks to a diverse range of international and inter-disciplinary academic programs.

 

German universities provide excellent academic curricula, while universities of applied sciences offers a variety of fascinating, practice-oriented possibilities. Many colleges work with companies. Many curriculums blend theory and practise. This can considerably speed up your professional start.

 

German universities are among the top in the world for teaching and research. You will graduate with a degree that is globally recognized, offering you outstanding opportunities in the global labor market.

 

Undergraduates should anticipate to pay between €12,000 and €20,000 per year for the majority of undergrad degrees.

 

Postgraduate degrees range from €15,000 to 25,000 per year, while MBA degrees range from €20,000 to 35,000 per year.

 

There are no tuition charges at several public colleges.

Intakes In Germany:
There are mainly 2 Intakes available if you would like to choose Germany:

1. Summer Semester – The summer semester runs from March through August. Every year, the application must be filed by January 15th.

2. Winter Semester – The winter semester runs from September to February or October to March. Every year, the application must be filed by July 15th.

 Documents are as follows.
  • Passport
  • 10th Class Mark Sheet
  • Intermediate Mark Sheets (Class 11 and Class 12)
  • Any Degree (Consolidated Marks Memo(CMM) & Provisional Certificate(PC))
  • IELTS/PTE/TOEFL/DUOLINGO Score Cards (If Any)
  • Post Graduate Certificates (If Any)
  • Letter of Recommendations(LOR’s) from Academic Professor – 2 (Must Include Mail and Phone Number of the Professor on College/University Letter Head )
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP)
  • Experience Letter (If Any)

Student Visa: This is the standard student visa for international students who have been admitted to a German university and are ready to start their studies at a full-time university program.

Visa application process:

The following steps are to be followed for visa application:

  • Duly filled out and signed national visa application form.
  • Your valid national passport.
  • €10,332 deposit confirmation at a German blocked bank account
  • Letter of commitment and evidence of your parent’s income records and financial assets.
  • Proof of University Admission
  • You should pay the visa application fee (€60.00 – €75.00) and have the payment confirmation with you at the time of your visa interview.
  • Evidence of English language proficiency

After finishing their studies in Germany, students can apply for and receive an 18-month residence visa to hunt for work in accordance with their qualification from a German institution.

When a student receives an employment offer, he can apply either for a German residency visa or a European Union Blue Card for the term of their stay.

Students may get a residence permit even if they are offered a part-time work, as long as the predicted wage covers all of their living expenses.

If a graduate wishes to remain in Germany and become a permanent resident, they may apply for a’ settlement permit’ as soon as two years after securing permanent residency.

  • Accommodation and other costs: range from € 450-1000
  • Utility bills: € 140
  • Mobile Phone: € 36
  • Broadband internet: € 36
  • Travel: € 95
  • Groceries:€ 170
  • Typical night out: € 26
  • Cinema ticket: € 17