Study in Germany

Courses, Universities, Admissions, Scholarships, Visa


Germany at a glance


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83 Million

Foreign Students

282 K




$3.88 trillion



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Top Universities in Germany

Admission Procedure

If you are planning to study abroad in USA then it is necessary to understand the documents required and admission process.

Required Documents and Itineraries

Admission Process

Undergraduate Program

How To Apply:
UG Applications are submitted directly through the university website.

Estimated Cost:
$20,000 – $65,000 per year

Graduate and Doctorate Program

How To Apply:
PG Applications are submitted directly via Online or Offline Mode.

Estimated Cost:

$20,000 – $65,000 per year


In Germany, most universities are free of charge and there are numerous scholarship funds that award scholarships to cover living expenses. Some of the scholarship programs are:

Visa Options

Studying & Language Learning Visa

It is a Study visa for foreigners who want to attend only language courses or wish to continue their studies at a German institution.

Job Seeker

It is a Visa that gives its owner the opportunity to come to Germany and look for work there


It is a Work Visa For those employed in Germany

Living Expenses

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Cost of Living in Germany
is considerably High

Monthly Expenses


€695 - €1543


€68 - €419


€639 - €795


€204 - €400

Career and Employment

Studying in Germany brings a lot of opportunities and experience. The growth opportunities, versatility, and advancement in Germany pull thousands of International students to their universities every year. 

Part-time Job during college

(a) Students are allowed to work only for 20hrs a week in the new academic year.

(b) According to university standards, students cannot work more than 20 hours a week during a semester. However, students are allowed to work full-time while on vacation.


Post study work in USA

(a) Students can apply for an 18-month extended job seeker visa (also known as a graduate work visa) to find work related to their studies.

(b) Once candidates receive their final exam results, an 18-month follow-up period begins

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Frequently Asked Questions

Prospective student visas are valid for three months and can be extended by six months if you are accepted to a higher education institution or enrol in a foundation course or a preparatory German language course within this period.

you would be required to pay the semester contribution fee that is charged for the student union, public transport, and administrative costs. But all these are kept minimum, approx. 300 Euros per semester. If you are getting enrolled in a private university, then it will cost you around 30,000 Euros per year.

Because the job market in Germany is widely open for international students, especially those who graduated with master’s degrees, they have golden opportunities as the country has a desirable job market for qualified workers due to its highly competitive companies.

Yes. After you have completed your studies you can stay in Germany while you are looking for a job. Students from non-EU and non-EEA countries who hold a residence permit can apply to have it extended for another 18 months while they search for a job in Germany.

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