About Germany

Germany lies at the heart of Europe. It shares its borders with nine other nations. No other European country has more neighbors. Germany is highly diverse country in which one feel pleasant to live in and study. Good jobs, a clean environment, low crime rates, lots of leisure-time and cultural attractions, good transport links: German cities frequently boast precisely these features. In Germany there are 76 large cities (more than 100,000 inhabitants) and 600 medium-sized cities with between 20,000 and 99,999 inhabitants; 74 percent of people now live in cities.

High Academic Standard

Germany is the home for international student where you can easily gain education with high academic skill. Academic excellence and research are firmly established in Germany. Around 370 universities and other higher education establishments are held in high regard, not least by international students.

Studying in Germany

In particular, the country’s medical schools are attracting an increasing number of overseas students who have been unable to get into a medical training programme in their own country. However, while many medical courses are conducted in English, Polish language skills are likely to become necessary by the time students begin consultations with patients.

Practical Experience

Communication or Interaction with lots of industry is often includes while you studying in Germany. Many well-known companies in Germany are ready to increase your career prospects. Even many colleges and institutions are offering opportunity to do internship program or to carry out researches in industry.

International Degree Programs (IDP)

Germany is not only providing you German medium but it also gives you the opportunity to have an education in medium where you partly taught in English. Approximately 300 International Degree Programmes are available here with various courses in various disciplines like Natural Sciences, Computer sciences, Engineering and Economics and it lead to globally predictable Bachelor and Master degrees and to a PhD.

Moderate Costs

Studying in Germany real costs a little one. The universities in Germany are state-funded so normally tuition fees is not charged. And if the fee is charged it will be around 500 Euro per semester. You need to bear only your living expense like accommodation, transport, food, health insurance which will about 740 Euro (approx. INR 45,000) per month. Even special student get discounts for various services.

Do I have to learn german?

Generally the courses in which you are going to study will be totally in English only but to communicate with people while travelling you should have the knowledge of German.

Do I need GRE/TOEFL for doing Phd in Germany?

GRE is very much important cabinet your competence because it offers criteria to evaluate as a student. Whereas TOEFL is mandatory for admission into any country. And the expected score is 79 in TOEFL and in IELTS the expected score is 6.5 Band.

How are the studies organized?

Generally there is no year system in Germany. It runs into semester. Studies are divided into two semester: Winter and summer. The winter semester runs from 1st October to 31st March. The summer semester runs from 1st April to 30th September. In semester break students have to write thesis. And the students of Applied Sciences have tests during this time at the university.

Germany has close business relation with India

The two countries have several institutionalized arrangements to discuss bilateral and global issues of interest viz. Germany is India’s largest trading partner in Europe. Germany has consistently been among India’s top ten global trade partners. The relation between Germany and India is growing at a dynamic average rate of 20% and it is still continue. Germany is the only country where student gets internship after the completion of their study. And the internship goes very smoothly followed by paid internship in top MNCs that will lead to full time placement. The starting annual salary will be approximately Euro 30,000 after placement. Schengen visa allows student to travel within entire Europe. Foreign students at Germany represent 10% of student body.

Part time jobs

In Germany students are allowed yearly for 90 full days or 180 half days to work

Some popular Courses

  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Applied Science
  • Nano molecular Sciences
  • Marine Microbiology
  • Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
  • Cognitive Systems and Processes
  • International Logistics Engineering
How much is the expense?

German universities generally do not require any type of tuition fees or if any one charges it will be low tuition fees. And low fees means only 500 to 600 Euros. So the expense will be to low in Germany.

What’s in it for the university?

It’s been deliberate policy. We wanted to internationalize. We thought that it helps our students, our research,” says Herbert Grieshop, managing director of one of the university’s Center for International Co-operation.” We think that global problems need global co-operation for research. And for our students it brings the sensibilities and the competencies they need in a globalized world market.

What are the goals for studying abroad?

Goal must be there in the minds of the students. It may include as learning new language, or to make new friends of different backgrounds, or to mix in a different culture.

Which is the best university in Germany?

It is really very difficult to judge any university as the best as all the universities in Germany are best one. All the universities have a multidimensional ranking considering various criteria like quality of teaching, atmosphere and other equipment.

What Havish Internationals Provides?

Why Study In Germany

It is the 3rd largest economy in the world and the largest economy in the European Union. It is one of the major political powers of the European continent and a technological leader in many fields. It is also the 3rd largest recipient of international students. Find out all about your opportunities! – Germany has got a lot to offer. With more than 300 institutions of higher education it is one of the leading countries in the field of research, science and technology.

International Exposure – Each year more than 230,000 international students (12 % of all the students at German universities) come to Germany for study and research. They are attracted by international study programmes and excellent research opportunities. In addition, studying in Germany means being part of an international, highly qualified academic community.

Why do students prefer to study in USA/UK/Australia, why not Germany? Germany offers the best education in the world. The quality of education is very high with Masters Programs designed carefully to fetch jobs in Industries and research fields. Moreover Germany is doing far better than USA/UK/Australia after Recession. The best thing is German universities offer education for Free or for a very normal tuition fee. Germany lies in the heart of Europe – an excellent starting point to discover other famous European destinations. You are in London, Paris or Rome in no time.

Can I do a part time job while studying?

A student can earn approximately around 500 to 600 Euros per month by doing part time jobs. Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week on or off campus legally.

Do I get time to look for the job there?What about my visa?

After completion of the courses that you have chosen for study, the students are allowed to stay there for a period of one year for the job. After getting the job one gets a work permit. And for the international students the following kinds of visa are: (1) A visa for language courses. (Mind It – its not a student visa). (2)An applicant’s visa for three months.

Do I need a work permit?

Work permit will automatically be given to you if you receive a “residence permit for researchers”.

Do I need Health insurance?

Health insurance is very important as long as you remain in Germany. You must make sure that you and those who are with you have health insurance cover.



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