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Postgraduate and Master in Germany

Germany has many different kinds of universities, all of which offer excellent quality.

  • A Master’s degree is the second level of degree that can be obtained at a German university.
  • Duration-Master’s in Germany take two to four semesters to complete.
  • It helps students to develop valuable relationships and obtain hands-on experience via internships and research.

Academic Standards :

  • Academic standards at German universities are of the highest quality.
  • Renowned Technical Universities, such as RWTH Aachen, TU Darmstadt, KIT, TU Berlin and others, rank as the best in the world.
  • Master Courses are offered in a variety of Subjects such as: Technical, engineering, aviation, management, medicine, law, social sciences, arts etc., are highly acclaimed worldwide.

Germany offers a strong economy supporting the higher education system and large number of English taught courses, hence it is no surprise that Germany is one of Europe’s top master, MBA & undergraduate study destination.

  • Germany has more top-ranked universities than any other country outside the USA or UK. Better yet, the majority of Public colleges have Masters Degrees with low tuition fees.

Types of Master Degree in Germany

  1. First category is designed to build on the academic knowledge gained during a related bachelor’s degree.
  2. The second category of Programs tend to have a greater focus on professional development, often requiring applicants to have both an undergraduate degree and some relevant work experience.

Benefits of Master in Germany

  1. Germany offers excellent stay back options (18 months) to search for Jobs or continue their studies after completion of the Master degree.
  2. After a student finishes a degree program, career opportunities are plentiful in Germany.
  3. Many educational institutions offer students the chance to do internships in their chosen field.
  4. German companies such as BMW, Bosch, Daimler, and Siemens offer a wealth of opportunities to students interested in finance, marketing, engineering and many more areas.
  5.  On completion of masters in Germany, students can start their MBA / Phd Studies.

Language requirements

  • German Language is a requirement if you want to attend German-taught courses.
  • German Universities offer many Master courses taught in English, in which case German language is not a requirement.

Eligibility / Entry Criteria –

  • Masters- Bachelor Degree with good grades and few backlogs.
  • MBA- At Least 2 years of work experience
  • GMAT /GRE/ GATE not mandatory
  • prior German Language is not required

Application Procedure- 

When to Apply-

  • Winter Semester- October (course start date)
  • Summer Semester- April

Applications must start 6-10 months prior to course start date.

Universities examine applications very carefully due to high competition.

Visa –

  • Germany is a welcoming study destination with a huge number of international students.
  • VISA process requires 2-3 months. The consulate requires time to assess the documents,for student interviews and check for missing documents.

Fees and Funding / Scholarships-

Living Expenses- Blocked Account

  • 8,640€ (6.8 Lakh)


Students require

  • excellent academics
  • no backlogs
  • 7+ bands in IELTS/ TOEFL