Study in Germany : Germany is one of the best destinations to pursue studies if you want a high quality education at an affordable cost. Topping the list of the most internationalized countries in the higher education arena, Germany offers a palate imbibed with an international, highly-qualified academic community.
In this series, #Eye on the Globe, we present you Germany as a destination for education. Find all your answers regarding Germany- the best colleges, top courses, admission cycle and how much you need to invest to get a high- quality degree from the country.
Find below a comprehensive profile of the country as a destination for education
Q. Number of Indian students presently studying in Germany?A:Currently, there are 7000 Indian students studying in Germany against 3516 in 2009. This reflects an increase of 114.2% in the last five years strengthening the country’s increasing popularity among Indian students.
Q: How is Germany as a destination for education? Why should students opt Germany as a destination for their studies?A:The most important reason is low tuition fee. German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers a number of scholarships for students with excellent academic track records.Also, being a part of the global landscape - Germany tops the list of the most internationalized countries in the higher education arena.
Q: The German government now allows Indian students to work in Germany after the completion of their degrees. How has the move impacted the students going to study in Germany?A: The German Parliament has implemented an EU Blue Card and a new unlimited work and residence permit to grant foreign graduates of German universities unrestricted access to the job market. This has already started showing positive results.
Q: The admission cycle in Germany.A: Here is a know-how on Germany’s admission cycle:
Q: How does the German education system give students an edge over the Indian system?A: What sets German universities apart is the excellence in research and instruction, combined with the close link between theory and practice. Germany has a tradition of strong industry-academia interaction. Internships are of paramount importance. More than half of the research investments in Germany are spent by the industry.
Besides, Germany offers a multidimensional ranking for its universities, considering various criteria that are important from a student’s perspective. For example, student and staff judgments on quality of teaching, atmosphere at the university, library and other equipment, student numbers, average study duration, number of graduations, third party funding etc.
International students in Germany:
Q: Which are the most preferred courses for international students in Germany?A: The most popular amongst Indian students are the programmes in the STEM subject fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), followed by Economics, Law and Social Sciences. The division is as follows:
Q: Which universities are most popular among Indian students?A: The universities popular among Indian students are:
Q: What are the job prospects for Indian students in Germany?A: Germany has opened its doors to qualified professionals. The German Parliament has implemented an EU Blue Card and a new unlimited work and residence permit to grant foreign graduates of German universities unrestricted access to the job market.
After obtaining a degree from Germany, one can stay there for up to 1.5 years to look for suitable employment.
Q: What is the cost of education in Germany?A: In Germany, education is subsidized by the state and, therefore, most of the institutions of higher education charge no or very little tuition fee – to the tune of 500 Euro per semester. Thus, in Germany, almost every student gets a scholarship!
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To do MS you have to do some research work and have them published in any research paper publishing organisation like IEEE. it can be any domain or field. then you have to apply for admission with your CV and cover letter.
You have to go through all the screening tests and have to qualify them. just to be qualified just have a good CGPA near to 7.
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it equires 5-6 years of experience before join in porche germany. also if you are an indian citizen you will need to have work permit to do job in germany. you may required to pass german language proficiency test.
you may follow official porche website to know more.
Dear Dhanush, unfortunately such Universities do not exist. Based on your merit, scholarships will be provided and that will at times take care of the tution fees. But for that, as mentioned you need to have an impeccable academic record. Germany is one of the countries in the world with best teaching facilites and education programmes. But they do not teach the International students for free of cost without a merit academic performance.
Dear Dhanush, You haven't mentioned the course which you are enquiring about. Neverthless, unfortunately such Universities do not exist. Based on your merit, scholarships will be provided and that will at times take care of the tution fees. But for that, as mentioned you need to have an impeccable academic record. Germany is one of the countries in the world with best teaching facilites and education programmes. But they do not teach the International students for free of cost without a merit academic performance. For Ph.D students in Germany, the tution fees can be covered in the form of scholarships. And Germany is an European country. To study in that country, you need to have learned German as it is one of the requisites for staying and studying in Germany.
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