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    About Germany

         Germany, officially Federal Republic of Germany, German Deutschland or Bundesrepublik Deutschland, country of north-central Europe, traversing the continent’s main physical divisions, from the outer ranges of the Alps northward across the varied landscape of the Central German Uplands and then across the North German Plain.
         One of Europe’s largest countries, Germany encompasses a wide variety of landscapes: the tall, sheer mountains of the south; the sandy, rolling plains of the north; the forested hills of the urbanized west; and the plains of the agricultural east. At the spiritual heart of the country is the magnificent east-central city of Berlin, which rose phoenix like from the ashes of World War II and now, after decades of partition, is the capital of a reunified Germany, and the Rhine River, which flows northward from Switzerland and is celebrated in visual art, literature, folklore, and song. Along its banks and those of its principal tributaries—among them the Neckar, Main, Moselle, and Ruhr—stand hundreds of medieval castles, churches, picturesque villages, market towns, and centers of learning and culture, including Heidelberg, the site of one of Europe’s oldest universities (founded in 1386), and Mainz, historically one of Europe’s most important publishing centers. All are centerpieces of Germany’s thriving tourist economy, which brings millions of visitors to the country each year, drawn by its natural beauty, history, culture, and cuisine 

    Quick facts

    Capital    : Berlin 

    Currency: Euro

    Climate: Germany's climate is temperate and marine, with cold, cloudy winters and warm summers and in the south occasional warm föhn wind

    Language: German

    Why study in Germany?

    • Safe country to live and study
    • World class degrees recognised around the world
    • Diverse range of study opportunities
    • 17,500 degree programmes offered
    • Scientifically oriented study in a wide range of disciplines.
    • Lowest tuitions fees
    • Affordable living expenses
    • Ample number of scholarships on offer


    Courses offered

    • Medicine and Dentistry. 
    • Law. 
    • Industrial Engineering. 
    • Engineering. 
    • Mathematics and Computer Science. 
    • Natural Sciences. 
    • Business and Economics. 
    • Architecture.


    Major universities and colleges

    • Technical university  of munich
    • Technical university of berlin
    • Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    • Humboldt University of Berlin
    • University of Mannheim
    • Heidelberg University - Germany
    • University of Stuttgart


    Entry requiremntes

    15 & 16 year Education with 75% or 2.75 GPA.
    IELTS - 6.5 overall or TOEFL - 85 points (IBT)
    IELTS - 6.5 or TOEFL - 85 points (IBT)
    Work Experience 2 - 3 year at managerial level GMAT - 550
    GMAT - 550 (exceptionally required)


    Cost of study

    • A public university- from no fees to 500 to 1000 euro/ sem
    • Private universities- 5000 euro to 7000 euro/ sem


    Stay back

    • 240 days part time or 120 days full time in a year .Students can work for more hours subject to approval from foreign authority
    • 18 months stayback
    • 20 hr/week(during class timings)
    • 40 hr/week(vacations)


    Part time
    International Students can work while studying in Germany. Universities allow them to work for not more than 20 hours


    Work permit
    Students can apply for and get a Post Study Work Permit of upto 18 months after completion of their course to search.


    Documents Required for Applying for a Post Study Work Permit in Germany

    • Valid Passport: While it is not specified, it is important to have a passport that would have validity for the intended period. For instance, if you are applying in the month of April 2022, your passport should be valid till about September 2023.
    • University Degree or 'Nachweis': 'Nachweis' is an official document provided by the university that clearly states that you have completed your course. This is usually the document submitted as the Degree may take longer. It is important to remember that the 'Nachweis' must have the official stamp of the University.
    • Health Insurance: You need valid health insurance for both applying for a Student Visa and for the entire duration of your stay. This also includes the tenure of the post-study work permit requests. Read more about the Health Insurance Requirements for International Students in Germany
    • Proof of Funds: The country lets you stay on to search for a job but you have to prove that you can afford the stay. For this, you can provide a bank document with required funds or proof of a grant – if provided, to you. It is always advisable to check with the local authority about the exact amount of funds required to procure the Work Permit.



    • Summer- March/ April
    • Winter- Sep/oct
    • certain private universities - feb/may/june in addition to above intakes.

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