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Study in Germany

  1. 1. SPECIAL REPORT EDUCATIONn World’s third most Popular destination For foreign students. Indian students in Germany need not pay to study. German universities are leaders in research and teaching About 15-to-20 per cent of Indian students in Germany receive funding every year. | By Deepak Kumar | Germany has a history of learning and academic excellence.The close cooperation between universities and industries enables students to gain an insight into the world of work whilist completing their studies, an experience that will help them in building their future. As the world’s third most popular destination for foreign students, German universities are famous for their first-class service for international students.Services are in place to help students fell immediately at at home, comfortable and familiar. The diverse range of Higher education opportunities in Germany cannot be matched by any other European country. WHY STUDY IN GERMANY ? Study in Germany offers students world-class study programmes and excellent research opportunities. The country offers the best and the most cost effective study programmes for aspiring international students. German universities have maintained a strong hermitage of being one of the most premiere institutions in the world rendering the best and the most definitive educational and research facilities. Research and development has been the fulcrum of educational system and also of various sectors in the economy that include machine vehicles, automobile sector and electrical engineering. The country ranks second in terms of exports and research and development. The products of the country also have maintained an international recognition. STUDY IN GERMANY
  2. 2. The strong economic position is also one factor that endears students to come and study in the country. Students are also offered the best international and also the opportunities to intern with some of the best and at the same time giants in the global corporate arena that include. Universities offers students opportunities that is normally paid internships in top universities of the country that can be ultimately lead to full time employment. FREE EDUCATION IN GERMANY FOR INDIANS Studying in Germany is absolutely free of cost. There is no tution fees charged for studying any of the diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate courses in Germany. This is because majority of the universities In Germany are state- funded and so they don’t ask for tution fee from the students. However, the cost of living and food expenses need to be beared by the students. German universities teach both theoretical as well as practical aspects of any course. The students can learn everything under the sun by enrolling in any of these universities.They become well- trianed in their respective fields and can grab good jobs in market. "In Germany you don't pay to study in the universities," Michael Steiner, Germany's envoy to India, said in an interview. The students only have to pay for their board and lodging," he added. There are at present 7686 Indian students in Germany, and the country is eager to attract more, he said. ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS Admission to programmes in Germany are granted on the basis of previous academic record. However, for some management courses a GMAT is required, and some engineering programmes require a GRE score. You will need to check the requirements of the university you are applying to. The TOEFL is a standard test required for programmes that have English as a medium of instruction. APPLYING FOR ADMISSION You have to apply for admission directly to the universities. Application forms can be requested from the International offices of universities. The filled applications have to be sent back to the university along with documents required to be attached. The attached documents must normally be authenticated copies of your certificates. You will also have to include authenticated copies of certificates confirming your knowledge of German, if required. The Winter semester starts in October and the Summer semester starts in April. The application deadline is 15th July for the Winter semester and 15th January for the Summer semester. STUDENT VISA Student interested to take up full time study in Germany are required to apply for a student visa. It is initially granted for a period of three months. It has to be extended by the authorities in Germany within three months of your stay in Germany. Extension is given for 18 month at a time till the end of the course. Students have to fulfill the following requirements before being granted a student visa. Submit the following documents: 1. Completed Visa Application Form 2. Photographs 3. Visa Application Fee 4. Evidence of Admission 5. Proof of Adequate Financial Resources 6. Health Certificate The visa is issued when the student is assessed to be a genuine student, who intends to undertake further studies in Germany, abide by visa conditions, and depart on completion of the course. The student should convince the visa officer that his German language skills are adequate for the course he/she is undertaking. That the course is relevant to his/her current academic/ professional status..
  3. 3. That he/she will comply with visa conditions and leave Germany after completion of the course. Processing of the visa can take up to eight weeks LIVING COST It is difficult to say exactly how much money a student in Germany needs per month. The cost of living varies from city to city. Generally students can live on less money in smaller cities than in large cities. And, of course, the amount of money you will need greatly depends on how economically you live. Average cost 1 loaf of bread € 1.50 - € 3.00 1 kg of apples € 2.00 1 kg of potatoes € 1.00 1 litre of milk € 0.50 - € 1.00 1 bottle of mineral water (0.75 litre) € 0.30 1 cup of coffee at a café € 2.50 1 pair of shoes € 30 to € 100 1 t-shirt € 7 to € 50 1 pair of trousers € 30 to € 100 1 cinema ticket (concessions price) € 4 to € 8 1 theatre ticket (concessions price) € 6 to € 30 1 ticket to the museum (concessions price) € 2 to € 8. (1 EURO=70.98 RS) Paying rent Renting a flat comprises the largest portion of one’s monthly expenditures. However, the rental prices in Germany vary greatly. Depending on the city in which you live, you will likely pay between 185 and 345 euro per month for accommodation. The rental prices in some large cities like Hamburg, Munich, Cologne or Frankfurt am Main are much higher in comparison. If you are looking to live cheaply, it might be a good idea to take a room in a student hall of residence or a shared flat Institute Name Year of establishment Students Location World Ranking Heidelberg University 1386 29500 Heidelberg 53 University of Munich 1472 44000 Munich 42 University of Göttingen 1734 22000 Gottingen 61 Humboldt University of Berlin 1810 26000 Berlin 91 Technical University of Munich 1868 32000 Munich 98
  4. 4. Room in a student hall of residence: € 200 Room in a shared flat: € 245 Flat by yourself: € 315 Students are eligible for numerous price concessions. With your student ID, you can receive concessions on tickets and entrance fees to theatres, opera houses, cinemas, museums, public swimming pools and other cultural venues. SCHOLARSHIP There are numerous ways to obtain a scholarship for studying in Germany. The biggest scholar-ship programme is run by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).Some important scholarships offered for the Higher Education in Germany for Indian Students are: DAAD-Scholarship Database- The scholarship funds internatio- nal students, graduates and pos- tdocs and contains the overseas programmes for foreign students. DFG-German Research Foundation- This is one of the centrally funded organization providing scholarships to those foreign academics and researchers in Germany who aim to work in Germany in research or academia at a later stage. HIGHER EDUCATION IN GERMANY Higher Education in Germany for Indian Students is one of the most rewarding impacts of the bilateral cultural relationship between the two countries, India and Germany. Germany is an attractive place to study, with huge prospects for intern- ational degree programs. Germany is an important seat for higher education, with a total of 331 universities and colleges, 159 Universities of Applied Science, 95 non-state institutions, and some offering courses in arts and music only. The Indian students are attracted for attaining higher education in Germany for the excellent offers provided by the universities of Germany, like, any one can also study arts and humanities degree courses at the technical universities. More- over, the curriculum of the German universities focus on independent study, with the students involved in indepen- dent reading, or to prepare oral reports and papers and attend lectures and small group discussions. The Higher Education in Germany for Indian Students is facilitated by the system enabling credits for attendance and under which examination passes can be accumulated and transferred. At present Germany offers about 330 institutions of higher education and is one of the leading countries in the field of science & technology and research for the international students. Name: Suneet Pandey From : New Delhi Cource : MBA Institution: EBS Business School Germany. studying in Germany to be a great experience I learned a lot about the culture, people, and the region in general. It always helps to travel and know things and break the stereotype. The duration of 18 months compared to one year in U.K. and two years in U.S. also seemed to fit in nicely. Additionally, the exchange semester at EBS was very interesting, something not possible in the other schools. The 100% tuition scholarship ended up being the icing on the cake! The ‘icing on the cake’ scholarship was the Peter- Horvath-Foundation scholarship which was awarded on a number of factors such as work- experience, GMAT, IELTS, personal interviews and the need for financing the studies. I made some great friends, learned a lot about the people and the culture, and in total I give the place a ’10 out of 10’. MYEXPERIENCE

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