1. WHY GERMANY?
- Free Education – No Tuition Fees
- One has to only manage his living
- Internationally recognized
- 350+ universities offer 17000+ study
- German language is world’s 3rd strongest language
- 18 Months Job Seeker Visa after ﬁnishing your study program
- The other appealing reason for ﬁnalizing your studies in Germany is an indirect Insurance of your
- Minimum Wages 30000 Euro for Bachelor AND 40000 Euro for Master Annually
- This is totally different from the ﬂuctuating salary payee system of India.
2. GERMANY AT A GLANCE
- 4th largest economy in the Europe’s most industrialized and populous country.
- Founder member of EU with the 2nd strongest currency in the world – EURO
- Around 3 millions jobs could be unﬁlled by
- Top Destination for International Students
- Largest Manufacturing Giant of EU with most Engineering Companies
- One of the largest car producer in the world
- World’s leading book
- Germany has lowest unemployment rate in Europe
- Literacy rate 90 %
3. GERMAN LANGUAGE IS COMPULSORY?
No German language is not compulsory, because there are many universities which provide courses in English so no need to know the German language. But you should know the basic German language for your comfortable living.
4. WHEN TO APPLY: TWO INTAKES
- Winter Intake starts September – October every
- Application Deadline changes according to University and
- More than 280 Universities offer different types of
- Summer intake starts March – April every
- In this intake more than 210 different universities offered different types of
- The main intake is Winter
5. WHAT IS THE AVERAGE LIVING EXPENSE IN GERMANY?
The average living expense in Germany is approx. 600- 650 Euro/month..
6. IF I WOULD LIKE TO PREFER GERMAN MEDIUM COURSE THEN HOW MANY LEVELS OF GERMAN LANGUAGE ARE REQUIRED ?
- Language certificates =A1 A2 ( in India online 6 month with GOETHE certification)
- B1 – B2 in Germany (offline Schiller language school-Telc certified institute)
- C1 required only for Master, PHD, MD, Research
7. WORK PERMIT?
Students from non-EU countries have to apply for a work permit, and their working hours are limited to 120 full days or 240 half days per year.
Non EU students are allowed to stay up to 1.5 years after the completion of the study to search for a job.