• Why Choose GERMANY?
  • Education Scenario
  • Application Procedure
  • Entry + Eligibility Requirements
  • FAQ's

Degrees and recognition:

With its dual education system resting on the principle of unity of learning and research, and the emphasis on apprenticeship, the German higher education system has played an important role in shaping an economic environment wherein individual and collective responsibility, practicality and innovation are the drivers of change and progress.


Academic Standards:

German Universities have had a great allure for students from all over Europe (and beyond) for at least the last couple of centuries. One only need check which universities, up until a hundred years ago, most of the Nobel Prize Laureates were associated with, and the likes of Heidelberg and Tubingen would figure among the most prominent.


Availability of Courses in English and International Recognition of Credentials:

Although the vast majority of courses offered by German universities are predominantly German taught, there are, due to a growing demand and a steady rise in the influx of foreign students, various universities that are switching to English taught courses, today numbering a total of over 350 university courses taught in English. These courses, offered across the spectrum of disciplines, are internationally recognized, a fact which lay to rest whatever concerns foreign students may have about the validity of their degrees earned in Germany.


Low Tuition Fees and Living Costs:

The vast majority of universities and colleges in Germany are state-financed, thus making the tuition fees at these institutions highly subsidized. Until fairly recently, higher education in Germany was virtually free – the tuition fee would be entirely waived for all students. However, some changes have taken place in this regard recently; a relatively low tuition fee is now charged (the amount, rarely exceeding €500 per semester, is set by respective Federal States) on the excuse of it being necessary to maintain the facilities and the general quality of services. With tuition fees significantly lower than in most other developed western countries and with many student benefits and discounts available across the board, the total living costs for students in Germany can be kept well below €1000 per month.

German Universities offer courses in Medicine, Engineering, Management, Law, English and various other disciplines. Academic freedom is one of the main characteristics of the German university system and is one of the reasons why public universities in Germany don’t charge any fee.
Intakes: The main intake offered by all Universities is OCTOBER, Deadlines: from 15th Feb till 31st May. Few universities offer in APRIL, Deadlines: from 15th Nov till Jan Last.


13years of Education is mandatory (12 + 1year from University) If not then students can go via 1year Foundation Course Or 10 year Education + 3 year Diploma IELTS – 6.0 overall or TOEFL (iBT) – 80 points


15 & 16 year Education with 75% or 2.75 GPA

IELTS – 6.5 overall or TOEFL – 85points (IBT)


15 & 16 years of Education with Relevant Subjects

IELTS – 6.5 or TOEFL – 85points (IBT)

Work Experience 2 – 3 year at managerial level

GMAT – 550 (exceptionally required)

Entry requirement for TU9 UNIVERSITY

  • Masters15 & 16 year Education with 75% or 2.75 GPAIELTS – 6.5 overall or TOEFL – 85points (IBT)German language up to 200hrsGRE – 1300
  • Document Required
    • 10th onwards all mark sheets, transcripts, consolidated mark sheet, provisional & Degree
    • English proficiency test Score card- IELTS or ToEFL
    • Statement of purpose
    • Two Letters of Recommendations (one from university & one from employer-if available)
    • Updated CV with Education years & marks
    • Extra-curricular certificates & language certification (German, French etc) if available
    • GMAT & GRE Score cards
    • Passport copy
    • Ten passport size photographs

1. All academic documents, IELTS-TOEFL & GRE-GMAT & passport-front & back should be Notary Attested.
2. LOR’s should be in sealed Envelope.

    • What is quality of education in Germany?The standard of teaching and research in German universities is ranked among one of the best institutions in the world.


  • What are the part time work opportunities for students & how much can they earn?Students are allowed to work part time upto 20 hrs per week. Most students work in Restaurants, Farms, Mall’s, as Marketing Executive’s etc. Wages will range from NZ$ 9-12 approx.


  • Is it compulsory to learn the German language to study in Germany?Programs are exclusively taught in English. Therefore German language skills are not a prerequisite for starting your studies. If you are willing to learn German, you also have the opportunity to join the German Language Courses at the University, which are free of charge. A good command of German will expand your advantage on the job market in case you consider working for one of the approx. 700 German companies in India.


  • Is immigration possible in Germany?Your dependants, who may include a spouse, de facto spouse, fiance, and children, may accompany you to New Zealand or join you later. They must apply for and meet the normal requirements for the type of visa required (visitor, work, or student). School aged dependants will be required to pay full fees for enrolment in primary and secondary courses of study.


  • Where can we get more information on education in germany?Information on study and research in Germany:http://www.campus-germany.dehttp://www.research-in-germany.de






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