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    Berlin Free University

    Freie Universität is one of the eleven universities to have been successful in all three lines of funding in the German government's Excellence Initiative in 2012. The future development concept of Freie Universität is based on three key strategic centers: the Center for Research Strategy, which focuses on research planning; the Center for International Cooperation; and the Dahlem Research School, which supports next-generation academic talent.

    Jacobs University

    Jacobs University is a private, independent university that offers the highest research and academic standards. Young people from every continent are trained as world citizens with leadership qualities at Jacobs University in Bremen. Students, professors, and research associates work together to acquire and convey knowledge. Its not a tuition-free University

    Magdeburg University

    Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg has a distinctive profile. It aims to create a lean and sharply-defined structure with its main focus of expertise in the traditional areas of engineering, the natural sciences and medicine. It also views economics and management and the social sciences and humanities as essential disciplines for a modern university in the information age.

    Tubingen University

    Eberhard Karls University, Tübingen is a public research university located in the city of Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg. It is one of Germany's most famous and oldest universities, noted in medicine, natural sciences, and the humanities.

    Humboldt University

    The Humboldt University of Berlin is one of Berlin's oldest universities, founded on 15 October 1810 as the University of Berlin by the liberal Prussian educational reformer and linguist Wilhelm von

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    Study in Germany

    Every year, over 250,000 international students choose to study in Germany. That is more than 10% of the entire student population attending German Universities. Whether you plan to visit Germany as an exchange student or enrol on a full-time degree, you will benefit from low tuition fees and quality German education. 409 officially recognised universities and colleges offer more than 14,500 international degree programmes.

    Germany is the birthplace of many famous physicists such as Einstein, Planck, Hertz, Ohm and Gauss and influential writers and thinkers such as Kant, Nietzsche, Marx, Hegel, Goethe, Mann or Hesse.

    The German education system has produced 103 Noble laureates.


    There are three main types of higher education institutions to choose from in Germany: universities, universities of applied sciences (Fachhochschulen) and specialized universities. Universities mainly focus on research and are the traditional German education institution. Many of them are technical universities or colleges of technology. Universities of applied sciences are more practically oriented and are connected to major German companies. Specialized universities concentrate on specific subjects such as arts, music, film, theatre, etc. Education Teachers usually require mandatory attendance. Students who miss classes may not take the final examination at the end of the semester. A great deal of academic work in Germany is done in groups. Students often get together to revise for exams, write papers and work on class assignments. Most degree programs require compulsory internships. Students have the opportunity to get accustomed to the industrial environment well before starting their career.

    Study expenses

    German federal states set their own education fees. Presently, only two federal states charge tuition fees: about 500 € per semester (Bavaria and Lower Saxony). All other federal states do not charge tuition, though a semester fee of 150 to 250 € is usually required. Industries sponsor bachelor and master students. Students attending industry relevant master programmes may receive around €600 to €800 per month from companies for a period of 6 months. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD: Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst) provides scholarships to international students and researchers coming to Germany. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung) also hosts a site dedicated to scholarships in Germany.

    General application requirements

    Admission to most study programmes in Germany require you to take all or part of the following steps: Provide a high-school graduate certificate, called Abitur in Germany. Find out if your certificate is recognized by the German university. You might have to take a written examination. Confirming your German language proficiency, or English proficiency if choosing an English-taught programme. Prove that you can pay for your stay in Germany. Present proof of scholarship, if applicable. Get health insurance – usually about 50 EUR per month. Some universities may offer service packages including accommodation, meal vouchers and a health insurance policy. Be sure to check the German Academic Exchange Service or DAAD for any questions regarding international study in Germany.

    Job prospects

    Germany is home to many top international companies such as BMW, Volkswagen, Deutsche Telekom, Adidas, Bayer, Deutsche Bank and many more. The German economy has great demand for qualified & skilled labour force. Vacancies for engineers have risen over 30 percent in recent years. Companies are always looking for German language skills.

    Languages of instruction

    Germany provides a wide range of English-taught as well as German-taught higher education opportunities in diverse academic fields. If you want to study abroad in Germany, you should know that knowing the German language remains a main prerequisite for admission. Recent studies show that Germany is one of the most supportive countries for international students, especially when it comes to English-taught Master’s programmes. In 2013, Germany has placed second in the growth of international English-taught programmes in Europe. German universities tend to encourage long-term higher education for international students by providing more English study opportunities to students who plan to take their Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Germany, as a continuous study experience. As a result, students who plan to study abroad in Germany for only one semester will have a more difficult time finding universities which offer English-taught courses.

    Opportunities for learning German

    Group courses like Goethe Institutes in Germany and other European countries; Intensive studies, such as summer courses; Tutoring from native German students; Self-paced distance learning.

    Study visa and residence permit

    Make sure to apply for the correct visa. Tourist and language course visas cannot be converted into a "student visa”. Make sure your passport is valid for your entire stay in Germany. If your study programme lasts longer than 90 days and you are not a citizen of EU member states or Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland, you must apply for a residence permit in the city in Germany where you are going to study. To get a residence permit you will need confirmation of registration from your Resident Registration Office, proof of health insurance coverage, student ID, proof of financial resources, valid passport with visa, health certificate. Additional documents might be required depending on your country of origin. Residence permits are issued for a two-year period and can be extended.
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