Germany is one of the top destinations for higher education, mostly in the fields of engineering and STEM. It provides an excellent platform for international students to pursue their Masters across several streams with an interdisciplinary approach towards education. It offers dual intake programs, has relatively lower tuition fees, is extremely-student friendly with several post-study work options available.
Rise of International Students’ Enrollment in Germany
Germany is fast recovering from the pitfalls of international travel bans and has regained its position as a hot favorite for Indian students looking to study abroad.
Despite the pandemic, around 72,000 – 80,000 students enrolled across 160 German universities last year (winter 2021 intake), as per the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) survey.
According to the snapshot survey by DAAD, at least 330,000 international students are currently enrolled at German universities.
Deadlines for Masters in Germany at Top Universities
[table id=91 /]
Eligibility for Pursuing Masters in Germany
To be eligible for a Masters in Germany, these are a broad list of prerequisites. Although, as already mentioned, there are several university-specific requirements
- A 3-year undergraduate degree in a related field/discipline with the corresponding CGPA
- Letter of Motivation or Statement of Purpose if opted for research oriented Masters program
- Letter(s) of Recommendation
- IELTS / TOEFL
- Official Transcripts
For Students from India:
Students are expected to have at least 70-78% 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. Also, it can boost a student’s profile if he or she appears for the course even though the University has not requested it. IELTS (6.0) or TOEFL (100) is also required.
Need Personalized Counselling?
Book 1-on-1 session with Diya Dutta (Ex Researcher in Germany)
Documentation for Indian Students
If you are in India, please have your documents officially certified by a notary.
Alternatively, you can also have your documents certified by the issuing university. The certification must include the university’s seal and a signature by the student administration office, the dean, or the office responsible for examinations.
In all cases, have your documents certified with a stamp in English or German.
International students prefer Germany as a destination for Masters in STEM and related disciplines also because of several opportunities for financial aid and/or fellowships. These are awarded based on individual profiles and university/course requirements. Several positions are available either at the websites of the universities and/or at the official website of DAAD.
If you need any help with University Shortlisting, Letter of Motivation / SoP, or applications, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Featured Image: study.eu