Your opportunity to work in Germany
Course and university which is recognised by the German university.
Students can only choose a Master’s degree which is relevant to their Bachelor’s degree.
Good CGPA and a well-written motivation letter will be plus points.
German universities offer both German- and English-taught courses.
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).
Generally, this is correct, but this also depends on where you’re studying in Germany. Public universities in the state of Baden-Württemberg impose a tuition fee of €1500 per semester to international students. Public universities in other German states, though, still offer tuition-free education to international students although this may vary according to courses – so we recommend checking prior to applying to them.
Students do need to pay a semester contribution to their university, though. The fee depends on the university’s requirements and will vary from one university to another. Upon contribution, students will receive a semester ticket that can be used to travel via public transportation within a certain zone in which the university is located. Students also get to enjoy a variety of discounts with this ticket especially for leisure activities.
There are about 400 higher educational institutions offering more than 21,000 courses – and popular ones include engineering, natural sciences, mathematics, and subjects related to computer science.
There is no limitation or restriction on the universities you want to study at as long as you meet the requirements. Our team will guide you in researching for one that suits you most, and assist you in your university application.
German universities offer both German- and English-taught courses. Most undergraduate courses are conducted in German, whereas postgraduate courses are widely available in English. You can study in English if the course you want is available in English.
Malaysian students will require a student visa to study in Germany. Students can only apply for a student visa after receiving a letter of offer from the university.
Yes! After studying in Germany, there’s a huge career opportunity especially for professionals such as engineers. Best of all, graduates stay back in Germany for up to 18 months to search for a job.
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