Study in Germany

Capital: Berlin

Area: 357,386 Square Kilometers.

Population: 80, 594, 017 Million (2017 by Euro Stat)

Currency: Euro

Official Languages: German

Date Format: YYYY-MM-DD

Main Cities: Berlin, Frankfurt, Bamberg, Berlin, Munich, Hanau

Germany is a power house of Europe. One of the best country to live, work and study. Germany is officially known as Federal Republic of Germany, German Deutschland or Bundesrepublik Deutschland is a country in Central and Western Europe. Economically Germany is very strong. Germany is famous for its car industries. Most of the famous cars are manufactured in Germany.  Germany is a global leader in science and technology. If talk about tourism it is the 7th most visited country in the world.

If talk about education in 2014, Germany’s 16 states abolished tuition fees for undergraduate students at all public German universities. This means that till now both domestic and international students can study for free in German public universities, with just small fee to cover administration and other costs per semester. International student can study in both public and private universities and colleges. But have to pay tuition fees in private institution.

Each universities and colleges has its own admission requirements according to field of study.

I.E.L.T.S: Mandatory for Master’s and Language is important to join Bachelor’s.

Intake: February, March and September

Fees (NPRs): 11 to 15 lacs (Per Year) 

Scholarships: Available for Deserving Students.

Best Courses: Technical Field, Business and Engineering

Fund: Around 18 lacs

Visa Decisions: 5 – 6 weeks

Embassy Interview: Yes (Must be prepared, may ask any sorts of question)

Bio metric: Yes

Travel to India: No

Public Universities Private Institution & Applied Sciences
Jacobs University GISMA Business School
International Psychoanalytic University University of Applied Sciences Europe
Heidelberg University SRH Hochschule Berlin
Leipzig Univeristy Nova Education Centre
Greifswald University New European College
Freiburg Univeristy Munich Business School
University of Tubingen Macromedia University Of Applied Sciences
University of Hamburg International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef (IUBH)
University of Cologne IGC Hochschule Bremen City University of Applied Sciences
Goethe University Frankfurt FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences
Humboldt University of Berlin European school of Management & Technology
University of Regensburg EURASIA Institute for International Education
Freie University of Berlin ISM International School of Management GmbH – Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft
Bielefeld University Berlin School of Business and Innovation
University of Munster Accadis Hochschule Bad Homburg University of Applied Sciences
University of Kiel  
University of Oldenburg  
University of Giessen  
University of Trier  

Facts about Germany:

  • One third of German is covered with forests and woodland.
  • 65% of the highways in Germany have no speed limit.
  • There are over 1,500 different beers.
  • Berlin has largest train station in Europe.
  • Berlin is 9 times bigger than Paris and has more bridges than Venice.
  • Germany is one of the densely populated country in the world.
  • The following cities have all at one time or another been capitals of Germany: Aachen, Regensburg, Frankfurt-am-Main, Nuremberg, Berlin, Weimar, Bonn (and East Berlin), and, since 1990, Berlin again.
  • The first magazine ever seen was launched in Germany in 1663.
  • German is the most widely taught third language across the world.
  • There are over 300 different kinds of bread.
  • The Christmas tree (Tannenbaum) tradition came from Germany.
  • Germany has over 400 zoos, the most in the world.
  • The Chancellors officer in German is known as “washing machine” locally.