Study In Germany

Studying Abroad in Germany for Free is a big chance not only for European people but for students from all over the world. They benefit from a high quality educational system, learn a new language and gain experience from this interesting country.

 

If you are interested in studying abroad and you don’t want to spend lacs then Germany is your chance to pursue your Goal. German is richest country of Europe with many possibilities.

 

There are top 25 universities which rank high in the world.

 

Most of the courses are in German taught but there are also good numbers of English taught courses available for international students. Here below we provide the list of highly reputed German universities where you can find place and shape your education and career. All of the below universities offer free education to international students both in German taught and English taught

Germany is an ideal choice for Indian Students seeking a world class, higher education abroad.

Affordable

With low tuition fees or Free Studies, lower Living cost and Low inflation.

Stay Back

Graduate students get additional 18 months jobseeker visa which turn in Work permit or Blue card once they get job. 

Industry Connect 

Industry programs and internships to help you join the work force

Germany is fast becoming a sought after destination for those wanting to study and live in a country other than their own. Being the largest economy in Europe and the fourth largest in the world is adding to its popularity on a year to year basis. There are more than 3,00,000 International students studying in Germany today.

Recognised Qualifications: The education system here is known to be of the highest standard and German degrees are well recognised all over the world. There are Universities and Technical Universities that offer degrees from bachelor to doctoral which focus on scientific study. Then there are the Universities of Applied Science that are more practice oriented and endeavour to produce industry-ready graduates with highly employable skills.

 

Low Tuition Costs: Many of the German States have abolished tuition fees at the undergraduate level for both domestic as well as International students with only a small administrative fee to be paid per semester (approx. 500Euros). Some Master courses too have no tuition fees and even if they do, they are far less than that paid in other countries.

 

Living Costs:  Inflation rate is low (0.2%) and standard of living both steady and high. The monthly rent (approx. 250 – 450 Euros) out of total monthly expenses of around 700Euros. In 2018, a student wanting to study in Germany is expected to show 9000 Euros as living expenses for the first year

 

Transport: The transport infrastructure of Germany is modern & elaborate. German cities and towns have efficient local public transport systems and are very well connected with the surrounding countries. Students can avail of many discounts and freebies offered by these transport systems. The most popular modes of public transport are buses, trams, surface and underground trains.

 

Language:  The Germans are very proud of their country and the German language. It is therefore important for those who are looking to make Germany their temporary or perhaps permanent home, to learn German. Whether you choose to study in English or German, being fluent in the language up to a certain level is advisable.

  • Largest economy in Europeand the fourth largest GDP in the world.
  • Third largest exporterof goods.
  • Unemployment rate at its lowest level
  • Negative Birth rate and 1 million Job Vacancies.
  • 18 months Stay Back Option.
  • Second most popular immigration destination 
  • High living standardsand low crime rates.
  • Language: German and English
  • Recognised Qualifications: The education system is known for the highest standard, German degrees are well recognised all over the world.
  • Very Strong Indo-German Connection, Pune is the Largest HUB for German companies and culture.

To obtain a German visa, you’ll have to show concrete finance proof of your ability to finance your accommodation and feeding expenses during your time of study. This can be done in either of two ways:

(1) Submit a letter of finances to the German consulate or embassy. You can obtain this sponsor letter from your parents or a German relative who is willing to sponsor your studies in Germany.

(2) Open a German blocked account and deposit roughly 8500 euro. This can only happen once you have received your letter of admission. This blocked account is opened in the German embassy.

GERMAN UNIVERSITIES

Germany has a little over 400 higher education institutions.

  • These include State funded Public Universitiesand Private Universities, Universities of Applied Sciences and Colleges of Art & Music.
  • The Private Universities constitute approximately 5% of the total number.

German education is well known in the fields of Engineering and natural sciences.

  • There are several Technical universitieswhere research facilities are of the highest standard.
  • The most famous are the 9 State owned Technical Universitiesor the alliance known as TU9.

Best universities in Germany 2017

Click  to view its full World University Rankings 2016-17 results

Germany Rank 2017UniversityCity
1

LMU MunichMunich
2

Heidelberg UniversityHeidelberg
3

Technical University of MunichMunich
4

Humboldt University of BerlinBerlin
5

Free University of BerlinBerlin
6

RWTH Aachen UniversityAachen
7

Technical University of BerlinBerlin
8

University of TübingenTübingen
9
University of FreiburgFreiburg im Breisgau
10

University of MannheimMannheim
11
University of GöttingenGöttingen
12
University of Bonn
Bonn
13 Ulm University
Ulm
14
Karlsruhe Institute of TechnologyKarlsruhe
15

University of Erlangen-NurembergElangen and Nuremberg
16

University of MünsterMünster
17
TU Dresden Dresden
18
University of Cologne
Cologne
19

University of HamburgHamburg
20
University of WürzburgWürzburg
21
University of Konstanz
Konstanz
22

University of Duisburg-EssenDuisburg and Essen
23Goethe University FrankfurtFrankfurt
23University of KielKiel
23University of StuttgartStuttgart
23Technical University of DarmstadtDarmstadt
27Bayreuth UniversityBayreuth
27Bielefeld University
Bielefeld
27University of HohenheimStuttgart
27Johannes Gutenberg University of MainzMainz
27University of Marburg
Marburg
27Ruhr University BochumBochum
33University of Bremen
Bremen
33Justus Liebig University GiessenGiessen
33Technical University of DortmundDortmund
36University of KaiserslauternKaiserslautern
36Leibniz University of HanoverHanover
38University of GreifswaldGreifswald
38University of SiegenSiegen
40Otto von Guericke University of MagdeburgMagdeburg
40University of PaderbornPaderborn

GERMANY HAS BROADLY THREE TYPES OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.

  • Arts, Film & Music Colleges
  • Advanced Technical Colleges – that offer practical diplomas.
  • Universities
  • Universities that offer degrees with a focus on research.
  • Technical Universities(TUs) that offer practical approach degrees (upto Doctoral level in the science and technical subjects).
  • Universities of Applied Sciences(Hochschule) that offer upto master degrees, similar to the Universities but with a industry-oriented practical approach. Thus, Internship semesters are an integral part of the curriculum.
  1. Public Universities are state funded and charge little ( < 500 Euros) to no tuition fee.
  2. Private Universities charge around 5,000+ Euros a year.
  3. The funding for Living expenses to be shown includes rent, food, insurance, transport & entertainment. The amount being 8,640 Euros per year as required by the German Consulate in the form of a blocked account.

International students may pursue higher education in Germany either in English or in German.

  • English Proficiency: IELTS , TOEFL or PTE.
  • German Proficiency: Different courses require different levels of language proficiency. It is best to refer to the requirements of the University the student wants to study in.
  • German Students have 13 yearsof Education after which they start their 3 year bachelor degree.
  • International Students with a high school degree (12th Std) do not qualifyfor a Bachelor Degree in Germany.

1 year Foundation Course/ Studienkolleg is necessary at the end of which Students appear for the assessment test, which qualifies for Bachelor studies at all German Universities.

  1. Guaranteed Progression into Free Bachelor Degree at German Public Universities, after 1 year Studienkolleg.
  2. Students can apply to the TU9 Universities
  3. Certificate which the students receive is recognised nation-wide at all Universities,TU9 and Universities of Applied Science (Fachhochschule or Hochschule).

 

Studienkolleg Options-

  • T course(T for Technical) enables students to study a technical-oriented course
  • W course(W for Wirtschaft = economy) enables students to study an Economy-oriented course
  • Academic standards at German universities are of the highest quality.
  • Renowned Technical Universities, such as RWTH Aachen, TU Darmstadt, KIT, TU Berlin and others, rank as the best in the world.
  • Bachelor Courses are offered in a variety of Subjects such as: Technical, engineering, aviation, management, medicine, law, social sciences, arts etc., are highly acclaimed worldwide.
  • Germany offers a strong economy supporting the higher education system, hence it is no surprise that Germany is one of Europe’s top Undergraduate study destination.
  • Germany has more top-ranked universities than any other country outside the USA or UK. Better yet, the majority of Public colleges have Bachelor & Masters Degrees with low tuition fees.