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Get you free higher education in German Universities

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Get you free higher
Every year, over 250,000 international students choose to study in Germany. That is more than 10% of the entire student population attending German Universities. Germany is the hub of Automobiles companies –BMWVolkswagenMercedes-BenzAudi and Porsche and so is the dream destination for Mechanical & Automobile Engineers.
Institutions
There are three main types of higher education institutions to choose from in Germany: universities, universities of applied sciences (Fachhochschulen) and specialized universities.
  • Universities mainly focus on research and are the traditional German education institution. Many of them are technical universities or colleges of technology.
  • Universities of applied sciences are more practically oriented and are connected to major German companies.
  • Specialized universities concentrate on specific subjects such as arts, music, film, theatre, etc.
Top Institutions
1.  RWTH Aachen University
2.  TU Munich
3.  Technical University Ingolstadt
4.  Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich
5.  Humboldt University Berlin
Study Expense:
Higher Education is free in most of the German University, though a semester fee of 150 to 250 € is usually required. Living cost varies from 500-600 Euro per month. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD: Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst) provides scholarships to international students and researchers coming to Germany. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung) also hosts a site dedicated to scholarships in Germany.
 
 
 
General application requirements
Admission to most study programmes in Germany requires you to take all or part of the following steps:
  • Provide a high-school graduate certificate, called Abitur in Germany.
  •  Academics grades & Extra co-curricular activities and projects will provide you an extra edge
  • Confirming your German language proficiency, or English proficiency if choosing an English-taught programme.
  • Prove that you can pay for your stay in Germany.
 
Study visa and residence permit
  • Make sure to apply for the correct visa. Tourist and language course visas cannot be converted into a "student visa”.
  • Make sure your passport is valid for your entire stay in Germany.
  • If your study programme lasts longer than 90 days and you are not a citizen of EU member states or Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland, you must apply for a residence permit in the city in Germany where you are going to study.
  • To get a residence permit you will need confirmation of registration from your Resident Registration Office, proof of health insurance coverage, student ID, proof of financial resources, valid passport with visa, health certificate. Additional documents might be required depending on your country of origin.
  • Residence permits are issued for a two-year period and can be extended.
 
Useful Websites
1.  http://www.daaddelhi.org/en/
2.  http://www.make-it-in-germany.com/
3.  http://www.mastersportal.eu/countries/11/germany.html
Every year, over 250,000 international students choose to study in Germany. That is more than 10% of the entire student population attending German Universities. Germany is the hub of Automobiles companies –BMWVolkswagenMercedes-BenzAudi and Porsche and so is the dream destination for Mechanical & Automobile Engineers.
Institutions
There are three main types of higher education institutions to choose from in Germany: universities, universities of applied sciences (Fachhochschulen) and specialized universities.
  • Universities mainly focus on research and are the traditional German education institution. Many of them are technical universities or colleges of technology.
  • Universities of applied sciences are more practically oriented and are connected to major German companies.
  • Specialized universities concentrate on specific subjects such as arts, music, film, theatre, etc.
Top Institutions
1.  RWTH Aachen University
2.  TU Munich
3.  Technical University Ingolstadt
4.  Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich
5.  Humboldt University Berlin
Study Expense:
Higher Education is free in most of the German University, though a semester fee of 150 to 250 € is usually required. Living cost varies from 500-600 Euro per month. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD: Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst) provides scholarships to international students and researchers coming to Germany. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung) also hosts a site dedicated to scholarships in Germany.
 
 
 
General application requirements
Admission to most study programmes in Germany requires you to take all or part of the following steps:
  • Provide a high-school graduate certificate, called Abitur in Germany.
  •  Academics grades & Extra co-curricular activities and projects will provide you an extra edge
  • Confirming your German language proficiency, or English proficiency if choosing an English-taught programme.
  • Prove that you can pay for your stay in Germany.
 
Study visa and residence permit
  • Make sure to apply for the correct visa. Tourist and language course visas cannot be converted into a "student visa”.
  • Make sure your passport is valid for your entire stay in Germany.
  • If your study programme lasts longer than 90 days and you are not a citizen of EU member states or Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland, you must apply for a residence permit in the city in Germany where you are going to study.
  • To get a residence permit you will need confirmation of registration from your Resident Registration Office, proof of health insurance coverage, student ID, proof of financial resources, valid passport with visa, health certificate. Additional documents might be required depending on your country of origin.
  • Residence permits are issued for a two-year period and can be extended.
 
Useful Websites
1.  http://www.daaddelhi.org/en/
2.  http://www.make-it-in-germany.com/
3.  http://www.mastersportal.eu/countries/11/germany.html
 

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