Germany offers a world-class education with excellent universities, a diverse range of courses, and a supportive academic environment. With relatively low tuition fees and living costs, studying in Germany can be a great value for international students.
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Bachelor's program applicants must have passed at 10+2 with at least 3.0 GPA or 75% in aggregate.
Master's program applicants must have a 7.5/10 CGPA in a related Undergraduate program. A minimum of 12+3 years education is needed to apply for all programs.
Applicants Must have an IELTS score of 6.0 (with section minimum of 5.5) or a TOEFL score above 85 for most popular English taught programs.
Must have basic knowledge of German language (A1 or A2 level highly recommended but not mandatory).
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Most applicants worry that studying & living in Germany will require fluency in German language. This is untrue. Most universities offer English Taught programs and also provide preparatory courses in Germany for building job readiness. LilacBuds also connects you with reputed German language coaches for preparing early.
International students in Germany have many opportunities to pursue their studies and work. With a valid student visa, international students are allowed to work up to 120 full days or 240 half days in a year. After graduating, you can apply for a German residence permit, which will allow you to work and pursue job opportunities in the country.
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The LilacBuds team has knowledge and expertise about MS in Germany and was an invaluable support. Thank you LilacBuds for helping me achieve my dream of studying in Germany!"
University of Stuttgart
They provided key advice which I found very useful when selecting my university and courses. I am grateful for their guidance and support throughout the entire MS in Germany application process.
RWTH Aachen University
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Generally, you will need a higher education entrance qualification (e.g. A-Levels, IB, Abitur) to be eligible for university study in Germany. Depending on your degree program, you may also need to provide evidence of language proficiency in German.
Generally, there are no tuition fees for Bachelor's and most Master's degree programs in Germany. However, you may have to pay an administration fee of up to €500 per semester. Living costs can vary depending on your location and lifestyle, with estimates ranging from €800 to €1,200 per month.
Yes, there are a range of scholarships available for international students in Germany. These include scholarships offered directly by universities, as well as external scholarships provided by organizations such as the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
To apply for a study visa for Germany, you will need to provide a valid passport, proof of financial resources, a certificate of health insurance, a letter of admission to a German university, and a visa application form.
With a study visa, you can stay in Germany for an initial period of up to three months. If you have been accepted to a German university, you may be able to extend your stay for the duration of your studies.
Yes, most German universities will require you to take a language test, such as the TestDaF or the Goethe-Institut's German language examination, in order to be accepted.
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