Germany is the home to some of the most reputed and competitive universities in the world. Being a superpower in terms of technology, innovation, and economy, Germany attracts several international students every year. In 2014, 301,350 foreign students were enrolled in Germany.
As per statistics, Germany is now the third most popular host country for international students, after the USA and UK. Master’s students, in particular, are interested in studying in Germany. High-quality education & training, low costs, flexible curriculum, multicultural society, and post-study work opportunities are among the top reasons why more Indian students are going to Germany.
Top Universities and Summer 2019 Application Deadlines for Masters in Germany
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For Tier 1 Programs, the minimum Bachelor marks/grades requirement would be:
- 77 – 80% (or CGPA 8.0 – 8.5) for Engineering/Science Subjects
- 70 – 75% for Business/Commerce Subjects
- 70 – 80% for Arts/Humanities Subjects
For Tier 2 Programs, the minimum Bachelor marks/grades requirement would be:
- 70 – 75% (or CGPA 7.2 – 7.6) for Engineering/Science Subjects
- 65 – 70% for Business/Commerce Subjects
- 55 – 60% for Arts/Humanities Subjects
Please be advised that the application deadlines might vary program to program.
Renewable Energy / Power Energy is not available at TU Munich for Summer Semester
Water Science and Engineering at KIT
University of Gottingen – application round closed for Geosciences and related subjects for Summer 2019
University of Stuttgart – application round for MS Computer Science is closed for Summer 2019
University of Potsdam – check here
For more information on the education system, fees structure, living expenses, and student life in Germany refer to this article.
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