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Study in Germany

Free-Tuition- Education in Germany

Germany is renowned for scientific exploration and technological innovation.

There are around 44 universities in Germany. 6 of the top 100 universities are in Germany, 18 universities fall under top 250, while the remaining 32 are counted amongst top 500 universities.

There are over 1000+ courses which are taught in English language. Courses offered in German Universities develop and nurture students to encourage become like open-mind, skills in logic, self-reliance and develop creativity. Several universities even offer part-time, full-time, distance, eLearning and evening learning programs.

More than 3, 00,000 international students from Asian, African continents have ended up studying in Germany and the graph is sure to incline on the up-coming years.  

Certain Universities/Courses, mandatorily seek for German language skills. If candidates are planning to take up course in German language then they need to appear for German Language Proficiency Test like TestDaF (Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache ) or DSH (Deutschen Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang).

REASONS TO STUDY IN GERMANY

  • Free tuition education in most of the universities & very low fees in universities taking tuition fee.
  • Hundreds of academic courses to choose from.
  • Ease of visa acquisition and residency.
  • A global industrial hub.
  • Numerous scholarship programs

EDUCATION IN GERMANY

  • Under-graduate Programs
  • Post-Graduate Programs
  • Doctorate
  • Technical/Vocational Programs

TOP COURSES IN GERMANY

  • Information Technology & Computer Science
  • Engineering- Chemical, Structural & Chemical
  • Business Management
  • Mathematics & Natural Science
  • Social Sciences, Law, Economics
  • Medicine

 

UNIVESITY INTAKE

  • The application for the Winter semester (September/October) starts from early May and ends on 15th July.
  • The application for the Summer semester (March/April) starts from early December and ends on 15th January.

 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • Language Proficiency Test

German Language certificates recognized by every German Universities are; Goethe Certificate C2, TestDaF level IV, Telc Deutch C1 or B2 Hochschule Certificate, Assessment test and DSD Certificate of level II.

International applicants must take IELTS/TOFEL score. Minimum IELTS band score is 6.5 with no less than 6.0 in each section. Whereas for TOFEL score is between 79 or 101.

Whereas, another alternative of Cambridge Advanced English Certificate A, B, or C is also accepted by the Universities.

  • Under-graduate Courses
  • 13 years of education or a High-School certificate.
  • Minimum 65 percent of academic score in high school.
  • For STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) course, Mathematics in high-school is an advantage.
  • SAT score (might be asked by few universities).
  • Notarized Academic Mark sheet copies.
  • Evidence of pre-university entrance exam.
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP).
  • Letter of recommendations.

An under-graduate course has 6 semesters, and will complete in the tenure of 4 years, including a 1-year freshman program.

  • Post-graduate Courses
  • 16 years of education from a recognized under-graduate university.
  • Strong academic background with a minimum of 65 %.
  • Minimum 2-years of relevant work experience for MBA programs.
  • GRE/GMAT test scores (optional).  GMAT score is needs to study MBA, law, economics and other management programs, while GRE is needed for MS studies.
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP)
  • Two letters of recommendations from university.
  • Extra-curricular activities.

This program has 2- 4 semesters and generally gets completed in the tenure of 2 years.

  • PHD Courses
  • 18 years of education to apply for PHD program.
  • Strong research proposal to get included in the study program.
  • Letter of acceptance from Professor to guide for research work.
  • No GRE/GMAT score is required.
  • Work experience letter.
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP)/ Application essays.
  • Thesis of Master.
  • Extra-curricular activities.

A PHD program usually takes 3 to 5 years, depending on the research topic.

Why NIBC Educational Foundation for study abroad Germany?

  • Assist you in finding the right University as per your career interests.
  • Receive confirmation of admission in studies, recognized by higher education studies in Germany.
  • Obtain proof of conditional admission (letter from ‘uni-assist’, confirmation of admission, final communication with University for final admission.
  • Preparation & presentation of all the documents in a prescribed DINA4 format.
  • Duly filling of visa application form.
  • Notarize your academic mark sheets, work experience, GMAT/GRE score.
  • Notarize birth, marriage certificate.
  •  Review every requirement & procedures.
  • Set-up a visa appointment.
  • Prepare every visa application documents.
  • Prepare the candidates for visa interview.

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