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Study in Germany

Germany, widely known as Deutschland, is a country steeped in history, with bustling cities, gorgeous landscapes, incredible culture, and a region studded with palaces and abbeys. The country has a turbulent history that has had a significant effect on world politics and history. Through its lovely towns and picturesque landscape, the nation is rich in wonderful heritage monuments. Its beauty, if nothing else, might be a compelling incentive to study in Germany!

Germany's education system, which is primarily split into universities, colleges of art and music, and universities of applied sciences, is a renowned destination for science and research. Although the vast majority of colleges are state-owned and funded, the state recognises certain elite universities run by religions and private entities.

Why Study in Germany?

  • At public universities, no tuition fees
  • High Qualitative education
  • Pragmatism, innovation and international cooperation are the salient features of world-class German education
  • World’s fourth-largest economy
  • Scholarship programs
  • Opportunities to work
  • A global industrial hub
  • Ease of visa acquisition and residency
  • World’s biggest country for Engineering and research-based program
  • Strong Internal Relations between India and Germany

Various Types of Universities in Germany:

  • Classical Universities- Germany’s classical universities offer a range of programs in medicine, law, humanities, and natural sciences
  • Universities of Applied Sciences – Almost 160 Universities are founded in the last 30 years practical based universities
  • Private Universities- There are more than 80 private and state-accredited universities in Germany several businesses and foundations headed by rich people.
  • “Technische Universität” /“Technische Hochschule” – University for art, film and music colleges.

Top Programs to Study in Germany:

  • Engineering— Mechanical, Structural and Chemical Engineering
  • Business Management
  • Humanities
  • Physical Sciences
  • Fine and Applied Arts
  • Biological Sciences
  • Entrepreneurship and Technology
  • Renewable Energy
  • Computer Sciences and Information Technology

Deadlines and academic admissions in Germany:

Applications for international study at German universities are accepted all year: In September or October, the Winter intake or Autumn intake begins. The application period runs from early May through July 15th.

In March or April, the summer semester, or the Spring Session, begins. The application period runs from early December to the 15th of January.


The German universities have not defined any specific rules or criteria for students. For students who intend to enrol in their institution, each university has its admissions and eligibility criteria. As a result, before applying for a certain study programme, students should verify the university's website and admission criteria

If a student wishes to take a course in German, he or she must take a recognised German Language Proficiency Test, such as the TestDaF [Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache (Test of German as a Foreign Language)] or the DSH (Deutschen Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang), and provide proof of German language proficiency.

The general criteria for applications in German universities are mentioned below:

English Language Proficiency:

All International applicants are required to take recognized English language proficiency tests (IELTS/ TOEFL) to get admission to the college. A minimum IELTS band score of 6.5 with no less than 6.0 in each section is required and the TOEFL score is between 79 and 101.

Academic Requirements:

Undergraduate study in Germany

  • High-school certificate or 13 years of Education
  • Minimum 65 % or above score in class 12th
  • Mathematics in class 12th is a prerequisite for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) degrees
  • SAT is necessary for some universities

Duration of Bachelor programs in Germany: An Undergraduate program has 6 semesters which generally completes in 4 years, including a 1-year program called Foundation year/Freshman program/Studienkolleg.

Postgraduate study in Germany

  • A recognized undergraduate certificate or 16 years of education is required. Some masters programs accept students with a 3-year undergraduate degree
  • Strong academic background (minimum percentage required is 65%)
  • Minimum 2-years of relevant work experience after graduation is required for MBA programs and several other Masters programs
  • Minimum required GRE/GMAT test scores (optional) – GRE is recommended for students who are planning to study MS programs in Germany taught in English and GMAT if you want to study economics, law, MBA and other management programs

Duration of Masters in Germany: A master’s program has 2 to 4 semesters which generally completes within 2 years of enrolling (generally has a duration of 18 to 24 months).

PhD study in Germany

  • A student must have 18 years of education
  • A strong research proposal
  • Acceptance letter from a professor in Germany who is willing to guide you for your research work
  • Strong academic background– at least 70% in both Bachelors & Masters if applying to prestigious German universities/institutions
  • No GRE or GMAT score is required
  • Work experience (if required)

Duration of PhD programs in Germany: Depending on the topic of your research project, it usually takes 3 years to 5 years to complete your PhD program in Germany.


Bachelors in Germany:

  • Statement of Purpose
  • Notarized copies of class 10th & 12th mark sheet, and certificate
  • IELTS or TOEFL score (whichever is applicable, must be notarized)
  • Passport copy (notarized)
  • Proof of pre-university entrance exam (‘if any’, must be notarized)
  • One letter of recommendation from the school

Masters in Germany:

  • Notarized copies of class 10th, 12th & under-graduate degree mark sheets (all semester) including backlogs/re-sits (if applicable)
  • Official transcripts
  • Application Form and application fee
  • Application Essays/ Statement of Purpose
  • IELTS or TOEFL score (whichever is applicable, must be notarized)
  • GRE or GMAT score as per the university requirement (notarized)
  • Two letters of recommendation from university or college (compulsory)
  • Work experience certificate (if any)
  • Letters of Recommendations
  • Passport copy (notarized)
  • Extracurricular activities certificates

PhD in Germany:

  • Notarized copies of class 10th, 12th, undergraduate and postgraduate degree mark sheets (all semester)
  • including backlogs/re-sits (if applicable) Official transcripts of both Bachelors & Masters
  • IELTS or TOEFL score (whichever is applicable, must be notarized)
  • GRE or GMAT score as per the university requirement (notarized)
  • Two-letter of recommendation from the university/college (mandatory)
  • Work experience certificate (if any)
  • Strong Research proposal
  • Application essays/statement of purpose
  • Master thesis
  • Passport copy (notarized)
  • Extracurricular activities certificates


  • A public university- from no fees to 500 to 1000 euro/ sem
  • Private universities- 5000 euro to 7000 euro/ sem


  • 10236 Euros for the first year.


  • 240 days part-time or 120 days full time in a year. Students can work for more hours subject to approval from a foreign authority
  • 18 months stay back
  • 20 hr/week(during class timings)
  • 40 hr/week(vacations)

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  • We assist you with the entire application process, from creating a profile to acquiring an offer letter.
  • Get customized shortlists based on your interests.
  • Agent experts write and revise SOPs and other application essays.
  • Assistance with interview preparation and mock interviews
  • Acceptance Rate of at minimum 75%

Funding Assistance and Scholarships

  • We assist you to find the best way to fund your studies abroad.
  • Guidance on student loans and scholarships
  • Part-time job openings and research funding grants.
  • Advice on income statements and planning

Strong University Networks

  • We are partnered with some of the best universities globally.
  • Admission to prestigious colleges is essential for a successful worldwide career.
  • In virtual fairs, meet with colleges one-on-one.
  • Waivers of application fees and on-the-spot offers