Study in Germany



Why Study in Germany?

Germany is a country characterized by variety. Trendy and modern Berlin can seem a world away from the more traditional and conservative Munich; the gleaming skyscrapers of Frankfurt form a stark contrast to quaint Heidelberg; if bustling and fast-paced Hamburg becomes too much, you can always retreat to the peaceful and picturesque Middle Rhine region. Germany is a country characterized by variety. Trendy and modern Berlin can seem a world away from the more traditional and conservative Munich; the gleaming skyscrapers of Frankfurt form a stark contrast to quaint Heidelberg; if bustling and fast-paced Hamburg becomes too much, you can always retreat to the peaceful and picturesque Middle Rhine region.

 

Admission requirements

The fees charged at German universities depend on where you are studying. Universities in most Länder (regions) don't charge fees, but some do (Bavaria, Lower Saxony and Hamburg – all which are home to popular universities); though at a maximum of €500 (around US$660) a semester, they are hardly the highest.