Study in Germany
Why Study in Germany
- Free Profile Evaluation.
- No Processing Fee.
- Only Registration Charge Rs.1000.
- Skype Interview Preparation.
- Visa Assistance.
- SOP Assistance.
- Visa Interview Preparation.
Accommodation & Arrangements
Cost of study in Germany is 8640 Euros per year. For certain technical courses, the state would fund the education. At public German universities you can study for free as an undergraduate but there would be a charge per semester for enrolment, confirmation and administration. That would altogether not cost more than 250 Euros and can vary based on university chosen.
A consecutive master’s degree is usually free. Consecutive degree would be a degree following directly from a related bachelor’s degree from a university in Germany.
A non-consecutive degree fee can vary between Euros 20,000 per year in public university and upto 30,000 Euros in Private universities.
Average cost of living in Germany is 10,200 Euros. The cost of living In Germany will depend on the city you choose to stay in. Munich is supposed to be the most expensive city to live in with the average cost of 12,000 Euros per annum.
Your largest monthly expense will be your rent. It is cheaper if you opt to stay in university halls (234 Euros) or in a shared flat (280 Euros) per month.
You are allowed to work part time while studying in Germany. Student can work 120 full or 240 half days in a year. This also varies dependent on high to low employment areas. A student is allowed to work 20 hours per week or full time (upto 40 hours) during vacations. A work permit from Federal Employment Agency and Foreigners authority is needed which would also have details of a student’s work limit.
You need to start researching a year in advance.
- start by collecting general information on DADD and internet and attending some counselling sessions.
- Choose a university
- Check admission requirements
- Plan your finances
- Take health insurance
- Apply for student’s visa
- Finalize accommodation
- Enroll – which needs to be done before the start of course and to ensure you can use university facilities. A re-registration before every semester is also required which would cost approx 170 Euros.
Student can directly apply for any scholarship. DAAD Scholarship – The German Academic Service offers various scholarships for international students applying for different degree levels. There are 2 types of scholarships – Government or NON- Government.
- Government include – DAAD and Erasmus
- Non- Government – Einstein international Postdoctoral Fellowship Heinrich Boll Scholarship for International students Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers and many more
International students who plan to do Master’s or a PhD are eligible for Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Scholarships. The award is given for one year, important requirement is that students should have German language skills (level 2 CEFR) even if the course they apply to is English-taught.