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Study Abroad: Germany

Why Germany for Studying Abroad?

Germany has the absolute best colleges on the planet. Indeed, 23 universities in Germany made it into the 2019 top 200 World University Rankings, making the European republic the third most addressed to the country on the report after the USA and the UK. The rankings take a glance at crucial execution indicators, including educating, research, information transit, and worldwide viewpoint across 1,400 academies in 92 distinct nations. As indicated by the rankings, the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich is the leading university in Germany. Ludwig Maximilian positioned as the 32nd best college in the world, while Berlin plays host to four universities in the leading 200.

Total Number of Universities in Germany: 70

Study Abroad Courses in Germany

  • B.E./B.Tech. – 28 Colleges
  • MBA – 23 Colleges
  • BBA – 37 Colleges
  • M.S. – 52 Colleges
  • B.Sc. – 20 Colleges
  • M.A. – 7 Colleges
  • MIM – 52 Colleges
  • M.Arch. – 4 Colleges
  • BHM – 3 Colleges
  • MIS – 1 College
  • M.Asc. – 1 College
  • M.Eng. – 6 Colleges

Top 10 Universities of Germany


All foreign Universities and Colleges have their admissions throughout the year. Some have two admissions, while other campuses may have three or just one or a rolling admission during the academic cycle. Majority of institutions in a specific country follow the same admission process.
Hence, you should begin steps for intake process at least a year in advance for the particular intake. In some instances, you could start these steps three-four months before as well.
We advise you to start your application process at least one year in advance to give ample time for the applications to be treated and to arrange for your course abroad.
Carry in mind that the academic cycle begins at varying times of the year in various countries. Semester dates run as follows:
• Sem-I: begins late February/early March till late May/early June • Sem-II: begins late July/early August till November.
New Zealand
• Sem-I: from February till June
• Sem-II: from July till November
• Term-1: from September till December
• Term-2: from January till April
• Term-3: from April till June
• Fall Term: from August till December
• Spring Term: from January till April
• Summer Term: from May till August
The dates above are a pattern only. You should regularly check precise dates at the university portal or college website you are applying to.
To start studying as an international student, there is a spectrum of entry requirements you may have to suffice.
The scholastic requirements (including proof of English language proficiency) you require to study will differ depending upon the level of educational training you want to go through. Universities and colleges can have various entry requirements, so understand the course details on their web portals carefully.
Your PRATHAM counsellor will assist you in evaluating your eligibility for various programs and guiding you on the subjects and destinations that best serve your preferences.
The expenses associated with studying at abroad universities or colleges differ significantly. It depends on the essence of the program, the period of your stay, the distance travelled, and the sort of lifestyle you desire when you go abroad.
Discuss your resources with your PRATHAM counsellor, and we'll work with you to discover options that meet your requirements.
When choosing where and what to study, begin by considering your academic pursuits and your professional goals.
1. Take some moment to examine specific courses, papers and opportunities for internships or job placements.
2. Look at the campus destination, rankings, the period you'd like to stay away from home and the total cost of studying and staying abroad.
3. Studying abroad is much more than just the program. Consider the manner of lifestyle you fancy – do you want to be in a metropolitan city or a peaceful country town? Would you favour to pick a city where there are excess students from your country? Do you desire to stay close to the forest, the beach, or the desert? Do you want to stay on-campus?
4. Suppose you'd like to explore the possibility of staying in the country to work post your education. In that case, you'll need to unearth the migration policies in the country and also be conscious that specific government policies can change any time.
When considering where and what to study, your PRATHAM counsellor will compare your academic pursuits, and your career aims with program details from hundreds of universities, and colleges, your counsellor will be able to supervise you on the programs, institutions and destinations that best meet your preferences.
Working while studying can help support your education and stay. If you pursue a program at degree level or beyond, you may be allowed to work on a foreign student visa. Before you begin any paid job, you ought to make sure that your visa allows it. The opportunity for scholars for part-time jobs during their education varies from nation to nation.
Many universities/colleges have a dedicated jobcentre on-campus for students that promote job openings to help students acquire skills. The university careers assistance is also a valuable source of information.

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  • 91%
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