About Germany

Germany’s capital, Berlin, is one of the trendiest cities in Europe, and plays host to over twenty universities, offering a world-class education to anyone choosing to study there. With a population of over 80 million though, Germany has a lot more to offer than just it’s capital city. Munich, Cologne and Frankfurt are all favorites of international students looking for the best education in Europe.

Whilst the national language is German, there is no shortage of foreign languages that are being spoken across the country. English is widely spoken, especially across university campuses, and many courses are taught in English. Whilst the climate does change from the Northwestern and Coastal regions of the country as you head inland, the overall climate of Germany is moderate and tends not to have any long periods of cold or hot weather.

The top tourist attractions in Germany include:

  • Oktoberfest (Munich)
  • Berlin Wall (Berlin)
  • Kölner Dom (Cologne)

Study in Germany

Part of mainland Europe, Germany offers itself perfectly for anybody wishing to study abroad in a top European destination. Boasting many universities within the World Rankings, Germany’s universities offer an unrivalled teaching expertise along with a reputation for superb research output. Renowned for their forward thinking and modern learning facilities, Germany’s higher education system makes it a great choice for anybody thinking of studying in Europe.

Germany is a welcoming nation, so you may find you won’t want to leave once you’re there anyway, and despite being slightly smaller than Japan, and much smaller than some other popular study abroad destinations such as the USA, it offers a wealth of cultural experiences.

Germany is also a great location to further your education if you already hold a degree, with the country offering many postgraduate opportunities, especially at doctoral leve

Map of German

Why Study in Germany?

Bordering with France, Poland, Czech Republic, Denmark, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium and Austria, it is also the ideal location for anyone wishing to explore whilst studying in Europe.

Germany’s higher education institutions are split into three main types; University (university), Fachhochschule (university of applied sciences) and Kunstschulen, Musikhochschulen, or Filmschulen (colleges of art, music, or film). Combined, they offer thousands of programs, meaning you can choose the course that best meets your aspirations. Whilst many of the institution types offer similar courses, their focuses are slightly different. Universities generally focus on research-driven programmes, whereas Fachhochschule offer a more practical approach to subjects.

Germany has the fourth largest GDP in the world, making it an excellent option for work opportunities too, both whilst studying and afterwards as a graduate, of course, this would depend on your visa status.

Germany also offers a wide range of unusual degrees, from Aerial Archaeology, which studies the history of the earth from a Birdseye view, to Bionics, which teaches students to imitate nature as closely as possible, a field fusing technology, biology, and engineering.

Universities on Map

Admission & Counseling Details

Language Proficiency
Offered Courses

In the Germany Four courses are being offered :

  • Diploma/Tafe Diploma

This is 1  Years Diploma

  • Bachelors

This is 3-4 Years Degree

  • Masters

This is 1 – 2 Years Degree

  • Ph.D. 

This is 2 – 5 Years Degree

Tuition Cost

The Approximated Cost of tuition per year in the Germany is :

  • Foundation 
  • €0.00-€9,000*

  • Bachelors


  • Masters


  • Ph.D.
  • €0.00-€9,000*
Session in Year

In the Germany three Sessions in a Year:

  • Feb/March

Apply by September

  • May

Apply by January

  • September 

Apply by December/January


Q: What is the Annual Cost of living?

Ans: € 9,000 per year*

Q: When do I need to apply?

Ans: Six months prior to the commencement of program.

Cost of Studying & Living in Germany

Germany uses the Euro (€) for its currency. Germany is not an expensive European study destination, although the costs of studying and living in Germany do vary depending on what you choose to study, where you choose to live, and how much you plan on spending on luxuries. It will cost around €12,000 per year for an undergraduate student.

In many German cities, there are discounts available for students, especially international students, along with offers on many leisure activities.

Scholarships are available for study in Germany. DAAD maintains a comprehensive scholarship database that you can search through, although it is by no means exhaustive and it is worth looking elsewhere for other funding opportunities.

Many international students choose to work part-time in order to earn some extra money whilst studying. As an international student, you’ll be allowed to work a maximum of 120 full (or 240 half) days per year, although you can’t rely on this to see you through your study abroad experience, think of it more as a way of earning some extra spending money and funding those trips to Oktoberfest!


You are able to study in Germany in either English or German. Many courses offer both choices, whilst others are restricted to one language only. If you choose to study in German, you’ll have to have good German language skills. International students will usually be required to have passed either the TestDaF or the DSH before being offered a place. You won’t need to pass either of these tests though if you choose to study in English. There are over 1,000 courses on offer in Germany that are taught in English, and this is growing all the time!

If you want to study in English in Germany, you’ll need to hold good English language skills. You will need to be able to prove this when you apply for your course by showing the results of an accepted English Language Test. You will need a score of at least 6.0 IELTS or TOEFL 550 (Paper Based), 213 (Computer Based). Whilst other language tests may be accepted, it is best to check with your chosen institution before hand.


Depending on what country you’re from, you’ll most likely need a visa in order to study in Germany. You’ll need to make sure you apply for this in advance, as this can take a while to process and until you have it, you won’t be able to enter the country to start your course.

There are two main types of visas; Schengen-Visa and National Visa. Schengen-Visas are mainly issued for short-term visits, such as holidays or summer courses. The visa will allow you to be in Germany for no more than 3 months in a 6 month period. If you require to stay longer, which you most probably will if you are studying at undergraduate or higher level, you’ll need to gain a National Visa for German study. You will usually be required to have the following papers and documents and be able to present them to the German embassy or consulate in your country; a letter of admission from the university in Germany you plan to attend, your health insurance policy, proof of your academic achievements, proof of any German language skills you may have or of your plans to take a language course in Germany, proof that you have enough money to finance your studies and living.



A city that confidently rivals London and New York in terms of trendiness, Berlin is the epitome of cool. A tolerant, diverse city, studying in Berlin is a great choice for any international student wishing to study in Europe. Situated near the German/Polish border, it offers a wide range of cultural and creative events to explore, Berlin can be a great place to study abroad in Germany. Along with it’s excellent culture and nightlife that help make the study abroad experience great, Berlin also boasts three universities that make the QS World University Rankings: Freie Universität Berlin (66, QS 2012), Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (132, QS 2012) and Technische Universität Berlin (205, QS 2012).


The liberal city of Cologne boasts a plethora of art galleries, small boutiques and museums just waiting to be explored by culturally rich study abroad students. With excellent train links to Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam, studying in Cologne is a great choice for anyone who enjoys learning about new cultures, discovering new customs, and immersing themselves into different ways of life. For anybody wishing to study in Western Europe, Cologne offers great opportunities, with the Universität Köln, Germany’s largest university based in the city.


Made famous by Oktoberfest, Munich is commonly associated with beer. Whilst the beer deserves a worthy mention, the city has much more to offer than just a drink, with two of the world’s best universities calling Munich home (Technische Universität München and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München). Located in the south of the country, it’s a hub for the German economy, which itself is a powerhouse throughout Europe and the rest of the world, and it’s just a stones throw away from the beautiful Bavarian countryside.


Famous for its university, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, which is Germany’s oldest, most prestigious, and highest ranked (53, QS 2012), Heidelberg is one of Germany’s most densely populated cities. Along with international students, it’s also popular with tourists, who are tempted in by the city’s rustic charm. The castle and red roofed town centre make for a beautiful backdrop for any study abroad experience.

Top 4 Good reasons why you should study in Germany

  • No Tuition Fee or low tuition fee

Regarding education, if you compare well developed neighboring countries the tuition Fee of in most Public universities is free. However, this does not apply in Private Universities where there are tuition fees but are very low.

  • International degree program and Work Opportunities

German Education system is highly focusing on its international domain, thus the number of international students coming to study in this country is ever-rising. Almost every University in Germany has incorporated in its curricula an international study program where lectures from all around the world come to share their expertise, mainly in English language as an international language but in German language as well. In most of these Universities learning German language through intensive courses is a mandatory piece of the module, therefore the benefits double immediately.

Endless opportunities to work in Germany after you graduate as it acquire one of the strongest economy

  • Culture Revelations and Learning new language

Germany is right in the heart of Europe which makes it a culturally vivid and intriguing country, influenced by the surroundings diverse ethnicities. Living in Germany comes in many colors. As a student you will find it very stimulating and fun filled activities happening around you.

With Studies you have the chance to learn a new language. German Language tends to be quiet a complex one but it is one of the strongest and powerful language.

  • Travel Europe on Student Visa

International students have to apply for a Student visa that allows you to reside in Germany. Student will going to get a card of residency permit able to live and move around the country. This permit will also allow you to travel visa free in the whole Schengen area, which makes a wonderful opportunity.

In case of Financial Turmoil funding the studies in Germany can be done through Scholarship which is offered to exceptional international students.