Study in GERMANY
Germany officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central Europe. It is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea; to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic; to the south by Austria and Switzerland; and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Germany is a land of ideas. Education, science and research play a central role here. In a Europe free of borders and a world of globalized markets, education lays the basis enabling us to exploit the opportunities open borders and worldwide knowledge networks offer. Germany is one of the countries most preferred by foreign students, a hub of cutting-edge international research and a constant source of new patents.
Germany is emerging as a favorite abroad study destination for Nepalese students in recent years due to the lower cost of education as compared with other countries. Students can study in German universities free of cost. They just have to bear the living cost once they are admitted to a German university. Completion of 13 years of formal education is the minimum requirement for university admission in Germany. We help students get admissions into undergraduate and graduate programs offered in English language, for which students need to demonstrate their proficiency in English tests like IELTS and TOEFL.
Every year, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) supports well over 100,000 German and international students and researchers around the globe – making it the world are largest funding organization of its kind. DAAD scholarships are aimed primarily at graduates, doctoral students and postdocs and are awarded for study and research visits to universities and non-university research institutions in Germany.
Scholarship applications are reviewed by independent and voluntary selection committees, which also decide on the allocation of scholarships. Selection is based on subject-related criteria.
DAAD scholarships do not have to be paid back. They usually consist of a monthly scholarship payment (currently, for example, € 750 for undergraduates, € 850 for graduates and € 1,200 for doctoral/PhD students) and a flat-rate travel allowance. In many cases, DAAD also provides you with health, accident and personal liability insurance. Depending on scholarship programme, here are also additional benefits such as a one-off research allowance, family benefits or funds for language courses.
Why Choose Germany
- World Class Technical Education – One of the reasons you want to study in Germany is for its world-class technical institutions and also some very good medical and management institutions as well.
- No tuition fees at public universities in Germany – Higher education in Germany is mainly funded by the state and as such it is literally free of charge for domestic and international students alike.
- Relatively lower blocked funds- The mandatory sum required by the embassy that must be deposited to the blocked bank account is € 10425.00 (which is about Nrs.13 lakhs) for your livings in Germany during your study. This is a very low amount compared to Canada or USA
- Work Opportunities: Germany has considerable work opportunities for international students, if you know German language.
- You can work for either 120 full working days or 240 half working days
- You will be allowed to work part time for up to 20 hours in a week
- And full-time during vacations.
- You do not require any special approvals for this.
- Student or research assistantship is usually over and above this and has no limits, though it requires university consent.
- Student can earn 9-10 euro per hour while working part time in Germany
- In addition to this, there are several other benefits like –
- Courses are available in English,
- Student community is very helpful,
- Degrees are Globally Recognized since universities in Germany now operate under the Bologna reform.
- They have top faculty and infrastructure.
- Germany itself is a beautiful country to visit and also very diverse in terms of people from different parts of the world living together.
- It is very safe country.
GENERAL APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
Admission to most study programs in Germany require:
- SLC : Mark sheet + Character Certificate + Provisional Certificate
- 10+2/PCL/Diploma : Transcript+ Character Certificate + Provisional Certificate
- Bachelor Degree : Transcript+ Character Certificate+ Provisional Certificate
- Master Degree: Transcript+ Character Certificate+ Provisional Certificate
- Recommendation letter from two different persons such as HOD, Principal, Lecturer, Professor, Employer
- Letter of Motivation/ Statement of Purpose
- Work Experience Certificate (if gap)
- Score of IELTS/ TOEFL
- Title of Thesis/ Project Work/ Intern and its abstract
- Passport size photos: 4 pieces
- Copy of Passport
- Updated CV
- Publications / Extra activities
- Portfolio for the students of Architecture, Fine Arts, Fashion Design or any field of Design
- Certificates of any awards, achievement, Dean’s list etc.
- UNIASSIST: initial university 75€ + each added university 30€ and so on.
List of University which we Recommend And are currently working on
- Rhine-Waal University of Applied Science
- Deggendrof University of Applied Science
- Bauhaus University Weimar
- University of Kassel
- Leibniz Universitat Hannover
- TUM School of Management
- Brandenburg University of Technology
- Hamburg University of applied Science
- FAU Erlangen Nurnberg
- Friedrich Schiller University Jena
- Saarland University
- Chemnitz University of Technology
- Julius Maximillians Universitat Wurzburg
- BTU Cottbus- Senftenberg
- HTW Berlin
- Ruhr- Universitat Bochum
- OTH Regensburg
- Technische Universitat Kaiserslautern
- Otto Von Guericke University Magdeburg
- University of Bayruth
- Technische Hochschule Lubeck
- University of Gottingen
- Bielefeld University
- Technische University Munchen
- Anhalt University of Applied Science
And many others
Popular Courses Available In Germany
- Computer Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical &Electronics Engineering
- Communication Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering ,
- Software Engineering
- Information Technology
- Mechanical Engineering
- Applied life Science
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Production Engineering
- Industrial Engineering,
- Manufacturing Technology
- Environment science
- Food and Nutrition Biological sciences
- Natural science
- Business Administration
- International Business Management
- International Tourism Management
- Sustainable development
- Good Governance
- South Asian study
- International relation
- Buddhist study
- Human rights
- Gender studies
- English literature
- Humanities and Social Sciences
At many German universities it’s possible to apply for admission twice a year – to commence studies either in the winter or summer semester. The summer semester runs from March to August at Fachhochschulen and April to September at universities; the winter semester is from September to February and October to March respectively. In general, applications for winter enrolments need to be made by 15 July, and applications for summer enrolments by 15 January. However, application deadlines vary between institutions and the same institution may set different deadlines for each master’s program.