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Known for some of the best intellectual and creative minds in history, Germany offers an affordable first rate education landscape set in the heart of Europe with endless possibilities for career growth, travel and cultural exploration.


  • Name: Germany Federal Republic of Germany
  • Capital City: Berlin (3,440,441 pop.) (4,429,847 metro)
  • Germany Population: 81,147,265 (2013 est
  • Ethnicity: German 91.5%, Turkish 2.4%, other 6.1% (made up largely of Greek, Italian, Polish, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish)
  • GDP per capita: $39,100 (2012 EST.)
  • Language: German
  • Religion: Protestants 34%, Roman Catholic 34%, Muslim 3.7%, unaffiliated or other 28.3%


  • Safe country to live and study
  • World class degrees recognised around the world
  • Diverse range of study opportunities
  • 17,500 degree programmes offered
  • Scientifically oriented study in a wide range of disciplines.
  • Lowest tuitions fees
  • Affordable living expenses
  • Ample number of scholarships on offer


Higher education in Germany are divided into
  • Universities;
  • Universities of ‘Applied Sciences’
  • Colleges of Art and Music;
  • The entire system in Germany totals nearly 400 higher education institutions, with roughly 120 universities
  • 189 universities of public administrative sciences
  • 50 art colleges.


  • €500 per semester


  • 8640 Euros for first year.


  • April /October


  • 240 days part time or 120 days full time in a year .Students can work for more hours subject to approval from foreign authority
  • 18 months Residence permit
  • Authorization to work 20 hours per week

Entry requirements

Overall GPA 2.75


  • 15 & 16 year Education with 75% or 2.75 GPA.
  • IELTS - 6.5 overall or TOEFL - 85points (IBT)


  • IELTS - 6.5 or TOEFL - 85points (IBT)
  • Work Experience 2 - 3 year at managerial level GMAT - 550
  • GMAT - 550 (exceptionally required)

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Few Popular Programs

  • Master International Management · Aviation,   IUBH University of applied sciences,   Germany
  • Global MBA,   Berlin School of Business and Innovation,   Germany
  • MA in Strategic Marketing,   Berlin School of Business and Innovation,   Germany
  • BA in Economics and Business Administration,   Berlin School of Business and Innovation,   Germany
  • Pre-Studies Program (PSP) Professional Med + Master of Medical Administration (MMA) Clinical Management,   Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM”),   Germany
  • Pre-Studies Program (PSP) Medicine,   Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM”),   Germany
  • Media and Communication Management,   Macromedia University of Applied Sciences,   Germany
  • Master's degree in Design Thinking (M.A.),   Macromedia University of Applied Sciences,   Germany
  • Study Design Management (M.A.),   Macromedia University of Applied Sciences,   Germany
  • Master study in smart city design and urban services management,   Macromedia University of Applied Sciences,   Germany

Compared to other European countries, the cost of living in Germany isquite reasonable. The prices for food, accommodation, clothing, cultural events, etc. are basically in line with the EU average. You will need around 670 euros per month to cover your living expenses. The largest expense is your monthly rent. In most cases, applicants have to prove that they have around 8,000 euros at their disposal for one year.

The tuition at German universities is very low, and some universities charge no tuition fee at all. Most German universities are funded by the government. Normally students in bachelor’s programmes don’t have to pay tuition fees. Low tuition fees are charged, however, for master’s degree programmes. All students have to pay a semester contribution

As all German universities offer very good education, it’s hard to say which university is the best. The best university for you is the one which best meets your expectations. When choosing a university, you should take several aspects into account, like the range of subjects, the size of the university and city, as well as the cost of living in that city.

As all German universities offer very good education, it’s difficult to say which university is the best. You might say the best university is the one which best meets your expectations.

Unfortunately we cannot provide information about admission criteria because each German university is responsible for determining its admission policies. Nevertheless, you can check out the requirements of the programmes you wish to apply to on their website

Yes, there are many courses and degree programmes taught in English,especially master’s courses. Having said that, we strongly recommend that you try to learn a little German, because knowing the language will make you feel more at home in Germany and help you make German friends faster.

The Goethe-Institut, Deutsche Welle and the Alumniportal Deutschland provide helpful online language

There are two different tests you can take to demonstrate your language proficiency in German. One is called the “DSH” (German Language University Entrance Examination for Foreign Applicants) and the other is the “TestDaF” (Test of German as a Foreign Language). Language certificates are also issued by the Goethe-Institut.

If you want to study in English, universities generally require an official English test such as IELTS or TOEFL. Exemptions are made for native speakers

With a degree from a German university, you have numerous job opportunities on the German labour market.

You can find jobs for English speakers on the page of the Employment agency which includes a search field for key words, e.g. “English”. There is also a section called "Small jobs/ mini jobs” which includes student jobs. Please note that most job descriptions are in German because they require German skills.

There are no master’s degree programmes in Dentistry in Germany because Dentistry is not split into bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Dentistry programmes usually takes six years to complete and conclude with what we call the “State Examination” (Staatsexamen).

There are no postgraduate courses for Medicine in Germany because Medicine is not split into bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Medical students in Germany have to complete a six-year programme which concludes with the State Examination (Staatsexamen). There are no courses offered in English, so you will need very good German skills to complete the programme and pass the examinations.

Like all special areas of medicine, Internal Medicine is not offered as a course of study at German universities. Candidates must complete a period of medical specialisation training. To be eligible for admission, you will need very good German skills and usually a degree similar to the German State Examination (six years of university study).