Top universities in Germany 2015
Top universities in Germany 2015- One of the most internationalized countries in the higher education sector, Germany promises high quality research oriented education at an affordable cost. In fact, affordable education is one of the biggest factors that attract students from all over the world to its shore.
The state universities provide free education for all, which also includes international students. Even prior to abolition of university tuition fees, students studying in Germany had to pay a minimal tuition fee of EUR 500 per semester, which is nearly half of the monthly living expenses of a student studying in UK or USA.
Two of the important changes that have triggered Germany’s entry into the competitive international education arena are increasing the number of English oriented classes and the implementation of the unlimited work and residence permit which grants 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.
With over 40 universities in the World University Rankings 2015, Germany maintains its consistent performance in the league tables. The Technische UniversitÃ¤t MÃ¼nchen has replaced Ludwig-Maximilians-UniversitÃ¤t MÃ¼nchen as the top university of Germany 2015 according to both Times Higher Education (THE) and QS.
Germany has performed especially well in the THE world university ranking 2015 with 9 universities making it to the top 100 universities in the world compared to 6 in 2014.
Here, we have compiled a list of the Top universities in Germany 2015 as per three major ranking platforms - Times Higher Education (THE), QS and ARWU. The Top universities in Germany 2015 ranking include the top 800 universities in Germany according to the three ranking agencies.
The table below gives you the opportunity to check the rankings of the Top universities in Germany 2015 arrived upon by THE, QS and ARWU.
Top universities in Germany 2015
Technische UniversitÃ¤t MÃ¼nchen
KIT, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Freie Universitaet Berlin
Humboldt-UniversitÃ¤t zu Berlin
RWTH Aachen University
Eberhard Karls UniversitÃ¤t TÃ¼bingen
Technische UniversitÃ¤t Berlin
Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitt Bonn
Technische UniversitÃ¤t Dresden
UniversitÃ¤t Frankfurt am Main
Technische UniversitÃ¤t Darmstadt
WestfÃ¤lische Wilhelms-Universitat MÃ¼nster
University of Cologne
Leibniz UniversitÃ¤t Hannover
Johannes Gutenberg UniversitÃ¤t Mainz
Christian-Albrechts-University zu Kiel
TU Dortmund University
Technische UniversitÃ¤t Braunschweig
UniversitÃ¤t des Saarlandes
University of Kaiserslautern
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I am in 2nd year of bsc. (h) neuroscience. I am thinking about doing Msc. translation neuroscience from university of wurzburg, germany. Is it a good decision or not? Is it costly?
see university of wurzbug is one of the oldest institute in Germany for higher studies, however to study in foreign institute is costly then indian institute, because the rent , food , transportation cost is very high compare to indian locality. University of Würzburg is ranked 163 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education. also there is many scholarships available for foreign students in germany, so your decision is right to pursue higher studies. you may follow the below link to know about scholarship criteria,
how to get free education in Germany.(MBA)
Well you can't study for free obviously but you have many options of reducing the financial burden by various means.First of all there are many state-funded universities where higher education programmes is free of cost but there are other expenses in a college like Administration Fee at the start of each year.You have many options of doing part time jobs and also all universities offer scholarship programmes for pursuing Higher Education which you can avail and can study without any issues.Always remember where there's a will there's always a way.
what is the duration of MBA in Germany - MBA is difficult or easy - fees structure - stay cost - expenses cost - A to Z total cost
Germany is the largest economy in Europe and offers much more immigration friendly laws as compared to USA.
The duration of full-time MBA in Germany can last anywhere between 12-24 months depending on your university, state norms, specialization choices and such. You can opt for part time MBA as well if you're a working class individual in which case, your classes are held in the evenings and/or weekends.
Some of the best Universities for MBA in Germany include:-
- Manheim University :- the MBA program in Manheim spans over 24 months and the fee structure stands at around 3.5 lakh rupees for the first year
- Leipzig University :- the MBA program in Leipzig spans over 2 years as well and fees structure stands at 50.3k for the first year.
- Technical university of Munich :- the MBA program of TUM spans over 2 years and the fee structure is a bit hefty at 25.7L for the first year.
- EU business school (Germany) :- the MBA program here spans over 1 year and costs about 23L for the first year.
The living cost in Germany depends on your lifestyle preferences as well as the area of accomodation as apartments in major cities cost substantially more than those in the outskirts.
The eligibility criteria for applying in a German Based University is different for each University. However, the common tests include IELTS, GRE, GMAT, TOEFL etc.
Hope this information helped you!
Best of Luck!
How to read *MBA germany there for free Tell me step by step, sir
the only way to make a free degree is to get a scholarship. if you have good education qualification or merit then you can apply for scholarship by performing best in the test/exams.
Nothing comes for free. even expecting a free degree from Aboard won't be logical. You have to pay fees and have personal expenses like hostel, mess.
You have to appear GRE/TOFEL and clear it so that you will be eligible for going aboard. Choose a college and go through the selection process. meanwhile prepare and apply for scholarships programs.
Hope it helps!
BCA+MCA BCA+MBA (which specialisation is best for future) BCA+MS which is best for future *i can do masters in Germany
All the streams you have mentioned have a good career with the following equation:-
BCA+MBA( IIMs/FMS) == BCA+ MS(foreign) > > BCA + MCA
If you do your mba from a top institute or go for masters from Germany then surely you will have a good career as compared to doing MCA.
The difference is in MBA you will make a career in finance or managment roles while in MS you make career in tech field.
Hope this helps. Thank you.