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Located in the heart of Europe and the most populous country, Germany is one of the founding members of The European Union. A country with such a long, rich and complex history, still with a dynamic and vibrant culture and lifestyle, Germany has inked its name as a major recon, in style. Now, with its greatest advancements in technical and industry oriented education system, Germany has become a higher education paradise.

Admissions

The Admission process starts, once when you have identified the programme that you are indented to do and have finalised the college / university where you would like to do that programme. You can find the application form in the University websites. Before applying, check with the requirements and the qualifications you have are sufficient and recognised. On the application you will need to fill out your personal details and provide transcripts of prior diplomas and the results. This is to check whether your results comply with the course’s admission standards, which ensure that students have the academic capability to succeed in their chosen program. Sometimes, especially with some particular courses, standardized tests such as IELTS / PTE / GRE / GMAT / LSAT are also required for the admissions.

Check with the language requirements as well, as there could be specific needs to be fulfilled, sometimes, with some universities.

Admission Requirements

The documents and other requirements vary for both admission and Visa. They are as follows.

For Admission

  • Academics 10, 10+2. (Attested by school or college in sealed envelopes)
  • Certified copy of previously completed Bachelors Degree.
  • Translation of the course modules and grades
  • Passport photo
  • Copy of your passport
  • Proof of language proficiency – German (and / or English)
  • Recommendation letter (minimum 3)
  • TOEFL/GRE/GMAT – IELTS reporting when required
  • Bank statement – In a bank letterhead for 20 to 25 lakhs
  • SOP (min 500 words)
  • Resume
  • Motivation letter
  • Application fee

For Visa Processing

  • Certified copy of previously completed Bachelors Degree.
  • Translation of the course modules and grades
  • Passport photo
  • Copy of your passport
  • Proof of language proficiency – German (and / or English)
  • Recommendation letter (minimum 3)
  • TOEFL/GRE/GMAT – IELTS reporting when required
  • Bank statement – In a bank letterhead for 20 to 25 lakhs
  • SOP (min 500 words)
  • Resume
  • Motivation letter
  • Application fee
  • CA/CS Report
  • The student needs to fill the DS form , pay SEVIS fee, take an appointment for visa.

Entry Requirements

The Entry Requirements do vary for different Universities and Colleges, based on Course.

The basic / general requirements are as follows.

  • Australia generally offers Education for foreigners, from Primary stages onwards, though usually it is opted for Bachelors / Masters.
  • Academic Percentage : 58% and above with minimum backlogs
  • Acceptable scores of Standardized Tests IELTS : 6.5 overall band, PTE : 65

Intakes

There are two major intakes for Universities and Colleges in Germany.


  • March/April (Summer intake)
  • September/October (Winter Intake)

Process of Application

Step 1  –  Qualifying Test (IELTS / PTE)


Step 2  –  Selecting the University / College


Step 3  – Selecting Course & Programme


Step 4  – Completing Online Application & Payment


Step 5  –  Preparing Physical Application, including Resume, SoP, Financial Statements, and other Documents required.


Step 6  – Mailing the Applications and Tracking them


Step 7  – Getting ready for the Visa guidance.

Funds & Financials

The Educational Institutions in Germany have very flexible financial plans in offer for both Bachelors and Masters.

There are options like fee waiver and scholarships – either partial or even complete.

The cost of living in Germany is less in comparison to that of many of the European countries.

Works & Permits.

The students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during semesters and full time during holidays.