Why study in Germany
Germany is one of the best destinations in Europe for higher education. Top courses are Engineering and Management. Most courses are taught in English and there are a lot of scholarships available for International Students. Advantages of Studying in Germany are :-
- Worlds Ranked Institutions
- Top Quality education.
- Excellent employment Opportunities
- High Living Standards
- A safe and welcoming environment.
Germany is the fourth largest economy after USA & Japan, It is known to be the hub of Engineering work opportunities and strong history of education with centuries old universities. The Oldest University of Germany is - Heidelberg (1386). Germany is part of Schengen Countries bordering France, Switzerland, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic, Poland and Denmark .Education system is world class and has a wide variety of flexibility with freedom of choice. Scholarships are freely available.
Quality of German education
Consequently, many German universities focus on research and provide world-class research-oriented education. The German government monitors and accredits universities so that students can be certain that their education is of a high standard.
Being world’s biggest investors towards Research and Development, German government supports and funds a wide array of Universities and their research facilities. An excellent transport system of trains, buses that offer cheap transportation. Germany is one of the safest and secure places in the world.
Skilled professionals are in high demand, since Germany has a very strong economy and are European Leaders in terms of Employment, growth and Export resulting in immense employment and career opportunities.
Since there is a shortage of skilled professionals in Germany, Students graduating from German Universities have one and half year to stay to find job for them.
Since most of the Universities are State Funded, it is not very expensive to study in Germany as compared to the other A-league countries.
- Tuition Fee in Government State Funded Universities is approx. Euros 500 per semester or none.
- Living expenses in Germany is approx Euros 8100 per year and it varies from location to location; living in city with all the leisure would cost you around 650-750 Euros where as living in a suburban area would be around 600 Euros.
- Course duration ranges from 3-4 year for undergrad after foundation year and 2 years for Masters.
Germany gives you an opportunity to work part time, so that you can afford your stay there from your own pocket.
Some states would allow you to work 120 full days, or 240 half days in a year. After completing your course it is valid for you to stay in Germany for a year to search for a full time job.
Depending on the type of job you could easily ear 7-10 Euros per hour.
Most of the students try to find jobs at the university campus and get a decent compensation for your work. However, other students generally work for Retail Stores, Supermarkets, and Café’s. Pubs or Bars, Delivery drivers, cycle couriers, cleaning, etc
After Bachelors or Masters, Students are allowed to search their full time Job in within the duration of 18 months.
- Is there a Post study work option or possibility of applying for PR?
German government allows an 18 months Post Study work permit after completion of your course, during this period you could look for a permanent job relevant to your qualification.
- What are the general entry requirements for Universities?
You are required to score in English Language Test i.e. IELTS, TOEFL. GRE/GMAT/GATE/German Language are not mandatory. Contact Student Counselor at KAAISER for complete assistance
- What are the possibilities of getting a scholarship?
In Germany, all are the State funded Govt. Universities do not have much tuition fee. Contact KAAISER counselor to apply for Scholarship on Living cost.
- What are the intakes in Germany?
There are two intakes ‘summer’ and ‘winter’. Application for ‘summer’ intake generally ends by mid January and May mid for ‘winter’ session. You should start working on your admission process at least 6 months in advance.
- What is the medium of instruction?
Most of the Masters courses are available in English medium but Bachelors are in German Medium. So it is necessary to have proficiency in German Language.
- Is there any need to learn German language?
It’s not mandatory but recommended. Some Universities offer German language course at beginner’s level as it helps in day to day life.
- When should I start the application process?
It is advisable to start an application process minimum of 6 months in advance to Intake.
- Can I work Part Time while studying?
Yes, you can work for 120 full days / 240 half days in a year
- How long the application and VISA process will take?
Application processing time takes 4-6weeks after the deadlines and VISA processing time takes 45-60days.
- Will I be able find some local and International contacts over there?
Yes, KAAISER will share the references with you and moreover in Germany more than 250,000 International students are studying at the Universities.
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Universities across Germany offer education in many fields and also give you opportunity to study in the world’s best institutions.
- Automation & Robotics
- Automotive Systems
- Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
- Biomedical Engineering
- Commercial Vehicle Technology
- Computational Mechanics of Material & Structure
- Computer Science
- Digital Media
- Electrical Communication Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering & Information Technology
- Electrical System Engineering
- Food Science & Technology
- Global Production Engineering
- Health & Society in South Asia
- Intelligent Systems
- International Automotive Engineering
- International Business & Intercultural Management
- International Business Administration & Foreign Trade
- International Food Business & Consumer Studies
- International Management
- Life & Medical Sciences
- Life Science Engineering
- Life Sciences Informatics
- Medical Bioengineering
- Medical Life Sciences
- Molecular Biotechnology
- Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
- Power Engineering
- Process Engineering & Energy
- Renewable Energy Management
- System Engineering & Engineering Management
- Tele Communication
- Transportation System
- Wireless Networking
- RWTH Aachen University
- TU Berlin
- TU Braunschweig
- TU Darmstadt
- TU Dresden
- Leibniz Universitat Hannover
- Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
- TU Munchen
- University of Stuttgart
- Heidelberg University
- Leipzig University
- University of Rostock
- University of Jena
- University of Greifswald
- University of Freiburg
- University of Munich
- Humboldt University of Berlin
- University of Tübingen
- University of Halle-Wittenberg
- University of Marburg
- And many more..