WHY STUDY IN GERMANY?
Germany is an ideal destination for study overseas with its world-class education and thrilling urban life that is embedded in serene landscapes. It has a welcoming culture and accepts immigrants from all over the world. The German economy is vast with infinite opportunities for overseas graduates.
- Universities in Germany charge low tuition fees or have no tuition fees at all
- Overseas students in Germany have numerous funding and scholarship options
- German Universities have a good number of programs taught in English
- The freedom to travel and visit other European Countries
COST OF STUDYING IN GERMANY
Overseas students can study for free at Public Universities in Germany. However, there is enrolment, administration and confirmation charge per semester that must be paid by them. This varies depending on the University – Private or Public and the chosen course.
Do note that only Public Universities offer Free Education. While Private Universities charge tuition fees, variable in keeping with the course opted for, the tuition fee is usually on the lower end of the spectrum and is quite affordable when compared to other countries such as Canada, U.S. or even Australia.
GERMANY STUDENT VISA REQUIREMENTS:
- Transcript and certificates of your Undergraduate studies
- Details of the Secondary education
- Interview – Universities in Germany can discuss your experience and application in an arranged interview
- Additional tests for admission such as the GRE or GMAT
- Results of tests in the English language like IELTS, TOEFL, PTE if you are a non-native English speaker
- Programs in German will need test certificate for the German language as a part of your application
- Your University will make you aware of additional requirements if any prior to your application
AFTER YOU GRADUATE
- Upon completing the studies in Germany, students can apply for and get a residence permit of 18 months to look for a job as per their qualification
- As soon as a student gets a job offer, s/he can choose whether to apply for a German residence permit or an European Union Blue Card for the next part of their stay
- Students may get a residence permit though they get a job offer for a part-time employment, provided that the expected salary secures all the means of subsistence
- If a student wants to stay in Germany and become a permanent resident, s/he can apply for a ‘settlement permit’ as early as two years after receiving their permanent residence permit or EU Blue Card.
If you have scored 80% Mark in higher secondary and thinking about the country to choose for higher education?????
Don’t wait Germany is the best option to study without University fees….
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