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Major Streams

  • Human Medicine
  • Engineering
  • Humanities
  • Linguistics and Cultural Studies
  • Natural Sciences and Mathematics
  • Law, Economics and Social Sciences
  • Art and Music
  • Veterinary Medicine, , ,
  • Agriculture
  • Forestry, Ecology
  • Nutritional Sciences

Qualifications Tests for English proficiency :

Note: Applicable as per the Course and Universities.

Scholarships for international students
Some of the popular scholarships that international students can apply for to study in Germany include – DAAD, Heinrich Boll and Erasmus Mundus scholarships.
* The Erasmus+ Programme: the Erasmus+ is a European Union programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport that develops the employability quotient of youth in Europe and supports their education. There are a number of partner countries outside Europe who can also benefit from this programme. India falls into the category of an Erasmus partner country and students who meet the eligibility requirements can apply for an Erasmus grant to study in Germany.
This works if you are already enrolled as a student in an Indian university which is a member of Erasmus Charter for Higher Education. You can then apply to study for a higher degree at a German university, which is also a part of the Erasmus Charter.

List of documents required for Germany:

  • Attested copies of X, XII & Graduate Degree (if applicable), Mark Sheets including Backlogs (Re-sits)
  • Evidence of English Language proficiency e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, etc.
  • Standardised Tests e.g. GMAT, GRE (where necessary for the programme)
  • Two academic references
  • Two references from employers (where applicable)
  • Passport sized photographs
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP)
  • Resume/CV
  • Draft for application fees, if applicable
  • Portfolio (for Art, Design & Architecture programme)
  • Other Certificates & Achievements of Extracurricular Activities

Note: The documents required for individual universities and individual courses in Germany may vary.

Cost of studying in Germany
German institutions charge relatively less for higher education since they believe that good education is must, irrespective of people’s financial constraints. Most institutions are publicly funded and, therefore, free. But some private universities do charge fees from students.
Average tuition fee at a German institution is €9,170 per year, which varies depending on the university you choose to study in. The cost of living depends on the city that you choose to live in. Munich is an expensive city to live in Germany whereas cities like Tarnow and Wolfsburg are cheaper options.


  • Safe country to live and study
  • World class degrees recognised around the world
  • Diverse range of study opportunities
  • 17,500 degree programmes offered
  • Scientifically oriented study in a wide range of disciplines.
  • Lowest tuitions fees
  • Affordable living expenses
  • Ample number of scholarships on offer