Free master’s degree in Germany
Many German universities are in the top percent of world rankings. The reason why you can get such a prestigious education for free; education is financed by the state. Although most of the public universities in Germany study free of charge, in some states, students are charged only 300-650 Euros per year under the name of different funds or memberships. In this regard, German universities are one of the greatest opportunities for postgraduate studies abroad.
Students can easily learn German in the preparatory education they receive in the first year, and they can start training.
Integrated training with world-leading companies and industrial organizations
The most important feature that makes postgraduate education valuable and important in Germany is that universities often provide education in integration with the country’s major industrial and commercial institutions. Students who receive master’s education in Germany take project tasks and do internships in these organizations throughout their education. In this way, when you graduate, you will have both a hands-on education and the experience and reference of working in the world’s giant brands.
Easy application and admission requirements
In order to apply for a master’s degree in Germany, it is sufficient to have a bachelor’s degree or to be at the graduation stage.
There are 4 important requirements for students who want to study master in Germany:
- Your undergraduate GPA must be 2.70 or higher. If your undergraduate GPA is 2.70 or less, even if universities give you conditional admission, the Consulate can cause problems in this regard and usually results in visa refusal.
- Whichever undergraduate department you graduated from, it should be in the same department in your master’s degree. If German universities in a different field do not accept you, you can continue in your own field.
- The motivation letter you will prepare and the reference letters you will receive from your University should be very good.
- In order to apply for a master’s degree in Germany, it is sufficient to be a university graduate or to be at the graduation stage.
For master education, you must first certify your German proficiency with the TestDAF score. You can start your German education with conditional acceptance, and when you reach the required degree, you can start your Master’s education.
Conditional admission advantage
With the conditional admission advantage offered by Oscar Education, you will first apply to the university and department you want, and conditional admission will be received from this university on your behalf. Conditional acceptance certificate documents that you can start your postgraduate education in Germany when you reach the required level of German. Thus, you will be able to start your German education with a university guarantee.
Doctoral Education in Germany
It is not difficult to understand why Germany is popular as a study destination. Germany has a global reputation as a world leader in technology innovation and research. In addition, it continues to attract many international students with its strong economy, attractive quality of life, and outstanding achievements in engineering and manufacturing.
Germany attracts international students with its high standard of living, as well as the low tuition costs of its universities, and very good job opportunities both while studying and upon graduation. Doctoral programs in Germany are generally free of tuition fees, and more than a quarter of doctoral candidates in Germany receive government scholarships.
Types of Doctoral Programs in Germany
This PhD is the most traditional and most preferred form of PhD. In this program, students do their thesis work under the supervision of a professor, but mostly work independently. Personal doctorates usually take three to five years in length. The Individual Doctorate offers the student a great deal of flexibility, but also requires a great deal of personal initiative and responsibility. The student is not limited to doing research at a university; In addition, he can complete his project in non-university research institutions or in a German company in the industrial sector.
Planned PhD program (Structured PhD Program)
Another doctoral program that those who want to do a PhD can choose is the Structured PhD Program. This program involves mentoring a group of doctoral students by a group of supervisors. In Germany, there are nearly 600 English-medium programs with such international content. These programs differ from individual doctoral programs in that students’ research proposals must be in line with existing doctoral programs. Students must attend lectures and seminars and have a mentor.
Fee for Doctorate Education in Germany
Doctoral programs at all public universities in Germany remain free for all students, regardless of nationality. The length of a standard doctoral program is three years. If this period is extended, you may have to pay a fee.
As with all levels of study in Germany, doctoral students pay between €150 and €200 per semester for administration and other costs.
Germany State Universities
|TU Dresden||Dresden||One of the best in Germany in research and development|
|TU Clausthal||Clausthal – Zellerfeld||Among the top ten technical universities|
|TH Wildau (Berlin)||Berlin||One of the best in the field of Rail Systems|
|University of Bremen||Bremen||Award-winning university with its own German preparatory course|
|FSU Jena||jena||University founded in 1558 in the student city of Jena|
|FH Jena||jena||Hands-on training in more than 30 departments|
|TU Cottbus||Senftenberg||Small town, evening education opportunity|
|University of Zwickau||Zwickau||University of applied sciences at the heart of the automotive industry|
|FH Erfurt||Erfurt||University of applied sciences in Erfurt|
|University of Erfurt||Erfurt||Founded in 1392, Germany’s oldest university|
|JGU – Mainz University||Mainz||With dozens of departments in Mainz, the center of the media in Germany|
|FH Aachen||Aachen||Applied science education in dozens of departments|
|FH Zittau/Görlitz||Zittau-Görlitz||A boutique university of applied sciences|
|Aachen Technical RWTH (TU)||Aachen||Germany’s largest technical university|
|Dortmund Technical (TU)||Dortmund||It has one of the largest technology parks in Europe|
|Goethe Frankfurt University||Frankfurt||An international university in Frankfurt, the financial and commercial hub|
|University of Hanover||Hanover||A wide range of departments at the university included in the TU9 group|
|University of Heidelberg||Heidelberg||Established in 1386, the university is among the oldest and most prestigious institutions in Germany.|
|University of Nuremberg Erlangen FAU||Nuremberg||One of the top 10 universities in Germany|
|University of Paderborn||Paderborn||In the city of Paderborn, home to huge tech companies|
|Ruhr Bochum University||Bochum||One of Germany’s five largest universities|
|University of Stuttgart||Stuttgart||An excellent university in one of the world’s most livable cities|
|University of Wurzburg||Wurzburg||It is one of the most established universities that has produced 9 Nobel Prize-winning scientists.|
|Germany Private Universities|
|University of Applied Sciences Europe||Berlin, Hamburg, Iserlohn||German and English master’s programs in Marketing, Sports and Design Management, Business and Media|
|Brand University of Applied Sciences||Hamburg||A private school with postgraduate courses in areas such as International Brand Management and Brand Communication|
|Gisma Business School||Berlin, Hanover||English and German education at the school, which stands out in the departments of Business, Security and Management|
|Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI)||Berlin||A university that provides professional education in the fields of Investment, Marketing and MBA|
|Berlin International University of Applied Sciences||Berlin||University of applied sciences in Germany where you can study Interior Architecture in English|
|Cologne Business School (CBS)||Cologne||University based in Cologne, voted Germany’s best Business school in 2019|
|New European College||Munich||You can study at undergraduate and master level in departments such as International and Business.|
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