Benefits of Studying in Germany

  1. Free-tuition education 

  2. World class education.

  3. Hundreds of academic courses 

  4. Interesting country 

  5. Cultural diversity 

  6. Practice speaking both English and German.

  7. Endless opportunities to work in Germany after you graduate.

  8. You can study every subject in English,

  9. The cost of living in Germany is affordable,

  10. The chance to live and explore 

Overview 

Doing masters in Germany is an incredibly wise decision for any graduate. The education in Germany is entirely free for the qualified students. The qualified students can apply to German top universities or any German Public Universities for 2 available intakes (Feb/October). As its free education in German public universities we need to pay only min fee of 200 Euros to 350Euros per semester. Another good choice is doing MBA in Germany. You need to get 70% in your bachelors and lots of requirements if you want to master in Germany especially in technical universities. there are two types of Universities in Germany like public universities (where there is no fees) and Private Universities (you need to pay tuition fee). And we have technical universities where there will be only technical courses (STEM Courses).

What after Masters in Germany?

After completing master in Germany, the German immigration is giving and option of work permit for 18 Months, where you can search for jobs and work for full time. the Average salary for student who finished masters in German university will start from 20,000 Euros per Anum. You can extend your visa based on the job you are doing, and after that based on the salary you can apply for blue card. To get a EU blue card the min salary should be more than 49K Euros per Anum. Students who did masters from technical universities or public universities can easily settle in Germany.

Requirements to do Master in Germany

  • Bachelor’s degree with min 70%.

  • Backlogs not more than 2.

  • IELTS with 6.5 and more

  • German Language Certification (A1 or A2) (you can learn German Language as part of course).

  • Good Recommendation letters from professors or from workplace

  • Good Statement of purpose.

  • Blocked Account.

  • Application fess for the Universities.

  • Document justifying your gaps.

  • Work Experience ( if applicable).

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