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Germany is considered “Heaven” for technical studies. However, nowadays, this trend is changing, and along with technical studies, universities are providing excellent management courses too. Germany is one of the leading destinations for international students in Europe.

Here are some reasons why you might like studying in Germany:

Here are some reasons why you might like studying in Germany:

Free or Low tuition fee


World-class education infrastructure


Wide range of English taught programs


Affordable cost of living


Economically stable location & work opportunities for international students


Practical exposure (On job training) while studying


Yes, it is mandatory to have an English proficiency test.

IELTS – Most of the universities require a minimum of 6.5 band and above.


TOEFL – Most of the universities requires a minimum of 90 points and above


Public universities from Germany do not have tuition fees or a nominal fee for Bachelor and Master programs, for all international students, regardless of their country of origin.

Apart from public universities, other private universities do charge a tuition fee, which differs from each university and field of study.

For the English taught programs, it is not mandatory but recommended for integrating into society, which also helps to get a part-time job during studies and at a later stage to secure a full-time job.

However, if you wish to study in German taught programs, then Yes, it is mandatory to learn the German language up to the level of C1, including the passing of language tests like Testdaf, DSH, etc.

Generally, it differs for each university and field of study; however, it is recommended to secure a minimum of 7 and above CGPA (out of 10 scales).

Note: - Between 6-7 CGPA, it is advisable to get in touch with our representative for the screening of your profile and available possibilities.

Yes, Students are allowed to work 120 full days per year or 240 half days per year.

Yes, there are many options available to get scholarships for studying in Germany, e.g., DAAD, etc. if you got excellent academic records.

Excellent academic records, a practical experience like internships, work experience, language skills, etc. are vital to get scholarships. Minimum aggregate marks of 85 % and above or CGPA 8.5/10 are essential to meet application criteria.

The applicant must be a registered student with a university institution.

Note: For more information, please contact us.

Yes, after finishing studies, Students get 18 months of job seeker visa to find a relevant job. After obtaining an appropriate job, a residence permit can be converted into a work permit.

Following documents are necessary for a visa application:

Application Form


Valid Passport


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Language Proficiency for German or English Language


Academic Credentials


Financial Means: Blocked account


Travel Cum Health Insurance


Cover letter


Offer Letter


Tuition Fees Payment


Experience Letters


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