5 Good reasons for studying in Germany

First class service for international students
Wide choice of degree programs
Excellence in Research and teaching
Close links between theory and practice
Strong international focus

Germany, the largest economy in the European Union

and third in the world, is home to some of the most renowned researchers of the history, like Albert Einstein, Max Planck or Alexander von Humboldt, just to mention a few of them. Germany is also a highly popular educational destination among students from other states of the European Union as well as from outside Europe.

The large focus on research projects

is also a reason for the good reputation of German universities. The state provides money for the research projects and this enables the student to do their own projects and learn in an actual real-life situation.

German universities

have a quite good network with universities all over the world. Every year thousands of students have the opportunity to go abroad and spend some time in a different country, studying and living. This should be the same way for international students. Because of this, German universities and technical colleges try to provide enough university places for international students and they also make efforts to support them in many other questions concerning the time abroad.


Q. Is Education in Germany Free?
German public institutions of higher education normally have no tuition fees or nominal fee for most bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. Some private universities also charge relatively high tuition fees.
Q. Is IELTS/TOEFL required?
Yes, it is mandatory to have one English proficiency test.
TOEFL min score required by most of the Universities is 90 and above
IELTS min score required by most of the Universities is 6.5 and above
Q. Is it necessary to learn German?
If you are applying for a course taught in English, it is often not mandatory to know the German language. However, it is always an advantage to know some German if you wish to gel with the people around you, to find part time jobs, to land good internships or more importantly seek employment in Germany after your studies.

Education System

1. Technical University:
Technical Universities are more research oriented, they offer Bachelor Masters and Phd. For doing a doctorate in Germany, a technical university is the place to study.
2. University of Applied Science:
UAS are industry oriented, Study programs include work placements and practical semesters.
3. Colleges of art, film and music:
College for artistic courses