Study in Germany

World-class education in the heart of Europe

Why Germany?

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Quality yet Affordable Education

Study in any public university in Germany without having to pay tuition fees (except in the state of Baden Württemberg which charges a low tuition fee for international students). Quality education can be affordable too! 

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High Standards of Living, Low Cost of Living

Enjoy high standards of living at a relatively lower cost compared to other popular study destinations. The German government estimated that international students will only need €861 monthly on average for living expenses, which is a lot lower than many other countries. Yet, the standard of living is not compromised. You can also work part-time to earn some pocket money during your studies. Check out the cost of living for international students.

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Be career-ready upon graduation

Gain sufficient corporate exposure and practical experience in the industry during your internship. You can also work part-time in jobs relevant to your studies to gain hands-on opportunities and keep up-to-date with industry trends, on top of getting to earn some allowance!

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Highly sought after by employers worldwide

Stay up to 18 months after graduating to search for a job in Germany or even German companies all over the world, such as SAP, Mercedes-Benz, Bosch, Siemens, and more. Many employers prefer hiring German graduates as they trust in the quality of education. Being fluent in German will be an added advantage.

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Be involved in cutting edge technology

Be part of the team to make a breakthrough in science and technology as German companies set very high standards and recognize the importance of funding research projects.

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Travel around Europe

Take advantage of low-cost airlines or affordable bus or train rides to travel around Europe. Germany is also surrounded by 9 countries and if your university is located close enough to the border, you can even make a weekend trip to another country. Here’s a bucket list of what you should do in the Schengen Countries.

What can you study in Germany

Your options are plenty! Choose your preferred course from a wide range of fields of study:

  • Mechanical engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Chemical engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Automotive engineering
  • Software engineering
  • Environmental engineering
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Business Mathematics
  • Computer Engineering
  • Information Systems and Management
  • Software Engineering
  • Internet of Things
  • Data science
  • Big data and analytics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Robotics
  • Cyber security
  • Architecture
  • Interior Architecture
  • Geography
  • Economics
  • Psychology
  • Political science
  • Language
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Business Administration
  • Business Psychology
  • Tourism Management

Find your ideal course from the program database below

What are the requirements to study in Germany?

one of the requirements to study in germany is to obtain a recognized pre-university qualification.

ACADEMIC

You must complete one of the following recognized pre-university qualifications before you can study in Germany.

  • Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM)
  • A Level
  • International Baccalaureate (IB)
  • Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT)
  • Canadian International Matriculation Program (CIMP)

Not sure if your qualification is recognized in Germany? Check with us now!

Another important requirement in the pathway to Germany is to complete German language up to C1 level.

LANGUAGE

German universities offer both German- and English-taught courses. Most undergraduate courses are conducted in German, whereas postgraduate courses are widely available in English.

The rule of thumb is that if you are studying in English, you will need to prove that you are proficient in English and likewise, if you are studying in German, you will need to prove that you are proficient in German.

To apply for an English-taught course, you are required to pass either the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) examinations.

As for a German-taught courses, you will usually need to achieve the C1 level of German proficiency and three of the more popular exams are Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (DSH), Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache (TestDaF) and The European Language Certificates (telc).

Where do you begin?

study and work in Germany programme

I am a secondary school leaver

Learn German in parallel to studying A level, followed by a 9-month preparation program. It’s more intensive and suitable for students who want to start learning German earlier and enjoy the challenge.

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I am a pre-university program leaver

Complete your pre-university before you start your intensive German classes. This 15-month preparation program is suitable for students who want to focus on one task at a time.

I prefer learning-by-doing

The Dual Vocational Program allows you to train in a German company and study in a vocational school at the same time. Best part? You get monthly allowances during your training too.