The German education system consists of pre-school, primary, secondary, and tertiary education. Full-time schooling is compulsory at primary and secondary levels for all children aged six to 15. However, German education generally lasts until the age of 18. The quality of German education is world-renowned for a reason. It’s well-organized and designed to be highly accessible to all students allowing them to continue studying up to the university level regardless of a family’s finances. All German states offer the same school systems and education system

Cost To Study In Germany For International Students…

University Charges
Technical University of Munich144 EUR/per year
Ludwig Maximilian University244 EUR/per year
Technical University of Berlin308 EUR/per year
Free University of Berlin354 EUR/per year
University of Heidelberg364 EUR/per year
Humboldt University Berlin620 EUR/per year
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology1500 EUR/per year
RWTH Aachen UniversityNo Tuition Fees for International Students

Requirements For International Students To Study In Germany…

The Documents You Typically Need Are:

  1. A duly completed application form.
  2. Certified copy of high school diploma.
  3. Relevant recognized academic certificates.
  4. Translated overview of your modules and grades.
  5. Copy of your passport and a passport photo.
  6. Proof of language proficiency.

Financial Means…

An international student needs €10,332 per year to cover their expenses during their time in Germany. 

Health Insurance…

Health insurance is also important if you want to study in GermanyInternational students must be insured in the healthcare system while they are in Germany. If you are a resident of one of the EU/EEA members states, then you will likely be able to use your health insurance from back home. However, you will need to obtain a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).On the other hand, if you are not a resident of EU/EEA member states, then you will need to provide proof of health insurance for your student visa application as well as university enrollment. You will be expected to pay a monthly amount to the public or private (if you’re over 29) health insurance

providers.

What Percentage Is Required For Scholarship In Germany…

Students are expected to have at least 70-75% from a reputed Indian University. They are also required to appear for GRE (by some Universities) and a score of above 300 should do the needful. Most of the best German Universities recommend a 3.0 GPA on 5.0 GPA scales. More so, applicants with a 2.5 GPA are mostly considered by universities with low-grade point criteria. The minimum CGPA required to do an MS in Germany is 7 or 70%. However, if you want to get admission to a world-class university, you need the best score in IELTS, and your CGPA must be

around 8.5.

Other Activities…

If you are a fan of sports, you can engage in activities related to fitness. You can be a part of the sports club of your college or enroll yourself in inexpensive sports classes during your semester break. You can do your bit by taking part in a variety of activities such that working in an old age home, protecting the environment, working for the underprivileged kids. Also, you can connect with a welfare organization and dedicate your time and services for the same.

Hostel and Dormitory


If you are a student and want to find a flat in Germany, you have a good choice of the best-known flat portals. On Immobilienscout24, Immowelt or Immonet you can find furnished studios, one-room or multi-room flats. Students in Germany can pay anywhere from €250 to €750 per month for student accommodation. It all depends on what type of accommodation you decide to rent. Almost all universities in Germany offer student housing. Student housing is not free but is highly discounted in comparison to the average costs of living in each city. Normally, student dormitories are fully furnished (bed, desk, chair, wardrobe). But you should always make sure and ask coordinator about it. Many of the dorms have special areas to organize parties that are usually a great place to meet new people.

Students friendly cities in Germany

  1. Heidelberg. …
  2. Münster. …
  3. Leipzig. …
  4. Dresden. …
  5. Berlin. …
  6. Frankfurt am Main. …
  7. Hamburg.
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