In addition to world-class universities, Germany also offers a high quality of life, relatively low tuition fees, extensive support and scholarship schemes for international students, and decent post-graduation employment prospects.
While most programs are taught in German, there are opportunities to study in Germany in English, with a growing selection of English-language programs designed for international students. English-language programs are already fairly common at the master’s level, particularly within the social sciences and business-related subjects. They’re now also becoming more widely available at the undergraduate level – so with a bit of patience and research, you too might get the chance to study in Germany in English.
You’ll notice that some subjects are more often offered in English than others. For instance, there are a good number of English-taught options in subjects such as business, English/American studies, and engineering.
There are currently only a limited number of undergraduate English-language programs at top universities in Germany. Due to the scarce nature of these programs, if you really want to study at a leading university, you may have to be a little bit flexible on your choice of program.
International students living in Germany can generally live on €750–€950 a month: accommodation €230–€400, food €220, books/stationery €50 and other €250 (e.g., transport, entertainment, laundry, telephone) depending on location and type of housing. Tuition fees, where applicable, are an additional cost. Health insurance is usually around €50–€60 a month.
Work Permit - 20 hr/week (during class timings) and 40 hr/week(vacations)
Stay Back - 18 months stay back
IELTS: Overall 6.5
Cost of Study: Private Universities - € 5000 to € 7000 per semester
Living cost: € 10,000 per year
Universities of Applied Sciencesoffer practice-oriented academic courses. The focus is more on professional application rather than theory and the training is adapted to the requirements of professional life.As at universities, the first degree is the bachelor's and the second is the masters.