Study in Germany
Why Study in Germany
The third most popular country in the world for higher study is Germany. Education policy and the certificates are highly appreciated by employers worldwide. The government of Germany allows the students to work 20 hours per week as part-time jobs. After working in Germany for 5 years, students can apply for PR.
Germany provides you international study programs, excellent research opportunities, high qualified community. Each year 25,000 international students are being offered more than 300 international degree programs. These courses are offered to the students in various disciplines such as BBA, MBA etc. Tuition fees in Germany are lower because of Government funds.
The advantage of studying in Germany is that it provides a safe, healthy, and friendly environment for, especially international students to concentrate on their studies. Over the past couple of years, the advantages of studying in Germany have become a major international education center, attracting scholars and students from all corners of the world including but not limited to the USA, Britain, Amsterdam, South Africa, China etc. Cultural diversity is a value proposition for students and it is complemented by the affordable standard of living and competitive ranked universities in comparison with other institutions within Europe.
List of Represented Institution
Students are requested to seek an appointment with the consultant in Global Study Ltd. to know about the universities in Germany.
Education System in Germany
More than 300 international degree programs are designed including intensive guidance. English is the prior language for international study. Programs that are available such as Engineering, Natural Science, Computer Science, Business, Economics, Arts, Commerce etc for Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD.
Cost of Study in Germany
|Euro 3000 – 5000
|BDT 2,84,707– 4,74,512
|Euro 3000 – 5000
|BDT 2,84,707– 4,74,512
|Euro 10000 – 12000
|BDT 9,49,024 – 11,38,829
Two options are available as an accommodation facility for international students— living in a student hall of residence or in private accommodation. There is a student hall that is available for services outside universities. But in most of the cases, locations are responsible for rental fee fluctuation.
Experimentally, 900 Euros will be needed for a student per month as a living expenses. You can see, while comparing to other European countries, living cost in German is quite reasonable.
The main intake offered by all Universities is September. Few universities offer intake in March.
Entry Requirements / Eligibility:
13 years of Education is mandatory (12 + 1 year from University) If not then students can go via 1 year Foundation Course Or 10 years Education + 3 years Diploma IELTS- 6.0 overall or TOEFL- 80 points (IBT) German language B2 level
15 & 16 years of Education with 75% or 2.75 GPA IELTS – 6.5 overall or TOEFL – 85 points (iBT) German Language up to 200 hrs – A1 level GRE – Appeared, Attempt is fine
15 & 16 years of Education with Relevant Subjects IELTS- 6.5 or TOEFL – 85 points (IBT) Work Experience 2 – 3 year preferred GMAT – 550 (exceptionally required) Some MBA programs do not require GMAT nor work experience
Germany lies in the heart of Europe with an excellent starting point to discover other famous European destinations. It has become a renowned destination among students for international studies. Germany offers distinct scholarships for all international students.
The scholarships are classified as :
1. Non-Government Funded Scholarships
- Einstein International Postdoctoral Fellowship
- Heinrich Boll Scholarships for International Students
- Humboldt Research Fellowships for Postdoctoral Researchers
- Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Scholarships
- Kurt Hansen Science Scholarships
- Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) for Developing Countries
- Mawista Scholarship
- Deutschland Stipendium
- The Helmholtz Association
2. Government Funded Scholarships
3. University Specific Scholarships
Germany is found in western-central Europe and is home to 80 million people. Its capital, Berlin, has a population of 3 million people. Germany has the biggest population of all of the countries within the world organization, and is taken into account a serious political and economical power in Europe.
Its currency is the Euro, which is also used widely across Europe. The official language of Germany is German, and the country does not have an official religion. When you study in Germany you’re guaranteed an excellent opportunity to explore the world’s most populous country. You’ll explore Germany’s unique blend of ancient and modern civilisation.
- Two Visa Application Forms (please make sure that both forms are duly filled out and signed indicating especially the address of your future residence in Germany – as well as your complete address including telephone number and e-mail address in Bangladesh).
- Signed declaration on true and complete information. -Three passport pictures according to biometric specifications.
- Visa fee to be paid through Demand Draft made out to the “Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany” in Bangladesh.
- Valid passport with a validity of at least 12 months along with two copies of all printed pages. – Cover letter from applicant, explaining the exact purpose and duration of your stay in Germany.
- Letter of admission from the German University.
- Proof of the block account that study fees have been paid, if applicable. In case the fees are not paid or due yet, proof has to be provided that the necessary amount will be at the applicant’s disposal in due course of time.
- School Leaving Certificate of Secondary School.
- University Certificates (Degree Certificates and Mark Sheets).
- Proof of Language Proficiency (TOEFL / IELTS, original and A 4 sized copy). Exemptions do apply in case of a written confirmation from the University that this requirement may be waived, for applicants for PhD / Doctorate studies and Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Holders.
What quality of education is there in Germany?
The standard of teaching and research in German universities is ranked among one of the best institutions in the world.
Is it compulsory to learn German language to study in Germany?
Programs are exclusively taught in English. Therefore German language skills are not a prerequisite for starting your studies. If you are willing to learn German, you also have the opportunity to join the German Language Courses at the University, which are free of charge. A good command of German will expand your advantage on the job market in case you consider working for one of the approx.
Is immigration possible in Germany?
Since 2002 Germany has a new immigration law. As a foreign student you will receive a study visa. With this visa you are allowed to work 90 days or 180 half days in a calendar year. This right is not restricted for campus jobs like in the US. After your graduation you have the right to stay in Germany for one year. During this time you can concentrate on job-hunting. A permanent residence permit will be guaranteed after having been successful in finding a job.
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