Study In Germany

A country of knowledge and ideas and also known for valuing others' time and teamwork! Why should not one choose Germany for post-secondary or post-degree studies?

As a bonus, universities in Germany are nothing less than world-class in terms of quality of education, especially from an international student's perspective. There are 350 universities out of almost 450 in Germany that are publically funded or state-owned. This fact may sound strange to students from most developing countries as privately owned colleges do better than state-owned ones back at home! Germany has 100 technical universities - all publically funded. German technical universities are famous for innovative education that prepare students for research studies and offer direct PhD programs, whereas a country like India has just 23 Indian Institute of technology - IITs for millions of students who aspire to better education. In addition, universities provide practical-based education. Universities of applied sciences are the primary source of skilled graduates for german industries.

Universities in Germany, Including technical universities collaborate well with the industries for two reasons:

1. To maintain the curriculum of the course updated as per the requirement of industries, nationally and internationally

2. To offer direct industrial and business internships for at least a semester or two to students as part of the syllabus.

Germany has won many Nobel prizes for arts and literature. Germany's 50 universities and colleges of fine arts and literature offer various courses that attract students worldwide.



Ausbildung is the German term for apprenticeship training in a selected field of work. The programme leads to a vocational training qualification in an occupation such as a health care assistant, nurse, chef, hotel management, secretary, technician and etc...

The training programme includes one or two days of classroom learning offered at the training institution and the remaining days of the week on a work placement offered by the participating employer. Vocational training has an essential role in the high-end business professions. With an Ausbildung (Berfsausbildung), you get a state-controlled qualification as a skilled worker providing a vast perspective for working and living in Germany even if you are a citizen of a non-EU country.

The Speciality

The training programmes are customised to fulfill all the criteria of the skilled Immigration Act 2020.


Minimum Qualification : 10, +2 Passed
Age limit:Up to 30 Years.


The participants are entitled to a monthly stipend of €650- €1400 depending on the occupation

The Occupation approved for Ausbuildung/ Apprenticeship Training Programmes

Under the skilled immigration Act, 2020 the German states have identified more than 300 occupations in various sectors and industries.

  • Health care & Nursing
  • Hotel Management
  • Restuarent and Management
  • Culinary Arts(Chef)
  • Logistics

  • Contact Us and apply for the programme with or without any German Language skill.
  • Enrol the skill development training with us that mainly includes the German language/occupational language learning, cultural orientation etc.
  • Take an approved B1 German Language test and pass to attend an interview for a job training offer.
  • Recieve your training contract
  • Keep learning German for B2 level skills/choose to attend German B2 course in Germany.
  • Apply For your visa
  • Arrive in Germany
  • Start your training or enrol attend a B2 level German course.
Continued Services in the Home Country and in Germany
  • Skilled developement (language training and cultural orientation) in your home country.
  • Certification of document (translation into German language & legalisation) while developing your German skills.
  • Prepare and apply for your visa
  • Post arrival services
    • Airport transfer
    • Accomadation in Germany
    • Orientation and assistance in Germany during the training.



The bachelor of a degree programme is six semesters in Germany. Some courses are seven semesters long. However, high school leavers from India and other similar countries with a national certificate issued by a state or central board will require attending a foundation year course in a Studienkolleg in Germany before qualifying for their direct admissions. The foundation course consists of the German language and basic subjects relevant to the bachelor's degree course of the university conditional admission.

There are different path ways according to one's overall background and plan
  1. Direct A2 level with foundation course
  2. After Language A2 level B1 level before foundation
  3. After language Not mandatory A1-B2 before foundation
  4. After language not mandatory A1-C1.1 before foundation
  5. After language optional online partial or no language before foundation
  6. Direct Nil Direct foundation in English
Cost of language course and foundation in Germany

  1. N/A €23,700 N/A
  2. €2,200 €4400 €10,332
  3. €6,250 Free/€5,000-€7,000 €10,332
  4. €2,700 Free/€4700 €10,332
  5. N/A(English taught) €9,000 €10,332

In all the above, no tuition fees need to pay for the bachelor's degree course to study in a public university except in one state where the universities charge €1500 per semester. Please contact us for more information. Those who qualify for direct admission to a Bachelor's degree need to learn German up to the C1 level for a German-taught course. An English-taught course will require a 6.5 overall score in an IELTS test conducted in an academic module. German language skills are not mandatory to apply for an English taught course unless it is bilingual. To qualify for direct admission, one should have completed at least two semesters of a degree course already in the home country and provide the mark. Accordingly, a Cambridge or American syllabus and A level/IB diploma will also qualify to apply to a German university directly.

Conditions to apply. National certificate holding high school leavers also qualifies for a bachelor's degree course directly, but it is rare! Those who pass with the highest marks on the aptitude test. Test AS well qualify for direct admission to a bachelor's degree course in a few universities. The German language proficiency level is crucial after qualifying with acceptable scores in the Test AS. International students have various options for a topic. Study areas, and courses to choose from to study in a public university. Please contact us for further information.

Higher education has two intakes in Germany
  • Winter for universities - October
  • Winter for Studienkolleg - September
  • Summer for universities - April
  • Summer for Studienkolleg - March


German is popular among the international student community for master's degree studies for since long. German has world-class universities for international students to learn from the masters and well-matured business and industry internships and work experience. Pursuing a master's degree course in Germany, especially in a public university, can prepare a person for his career in future;

Research studies/direct work opportunities

Those who start with a preparatory programme for a German course will benefit a lot later. Knowing better German helps to follow the programme well and support themselves even when looking for a part-time job to make some extra money.
Skilled immigration Act,2020 of Germany makes it easier for international master's degree students in Germany to look for a job while studying and switch over to work from studies if they want. Here what helps them most is their German language proficiency.
Germany has introduced English taught programmes for international students, and therefore they are called international programmes. A direct international programme saves time and money. However, after the course, they find going ahead not easy without German language skills and integration. Communication skills are essential in an international workplace in the present world of globalisation. Hence graduates from international programmes generally find it hard in terms of getting employed.
On the other contrary, students for German-taught master's degree programmes have a chance to get employed as soon as they achieve B2 level skills in German or while on the Master's degree course. If not they stand qualified to receive multiple employment offers while completing the course. All the credit goes to German language proficiency! German public universities accept applications with a minimum mark of 50% for master's degree studies. In contract universities offering English taught the course experience tight competition from qualified students worldwide. Since universities in Germany maintain a fair admission system, they accept applicants meritoriously by considering those with a higher percentage of marks in their bachelor's degree examination.
German universities teach 90% of their courses in the medium of German and just ten per cent in English, numbering to one thousand five hundredcourses. A course may accept three or four students from a country like India per intake.

Below are the options for pursuing master's degree programmes in Germany

  1. English IELTS 6.5 Nil
  2. Bilingual B1 in German & IELTS 6.5 Nil
  3. Bilingual A2 German & IELTS 6.5 Nil
  4. German C1 Level Nil
  5. German B2 Level DSH/TestDAf prep. Course.
  6. German B1 Level B2-C1 level
  7. German Nil A1-C1 Level

The preparatory programme of language teaching costs EUR 2700 to EUR 10,000 depending on the course duration and the institution in which the student attend the course. The master's degree course we prefer to is offered in public universities, not charging any tutioin fees or just EUR 1500/semester. German public universities offer thousands of courses in many different subjects. One can always find the desired course in German university.

How to apply for a visa to pursue a couse of higher education in Germany?

The standard and mandatory requirements to apply for a visa to study in Germany are;

  1. Passport with enough validity period.
  2. Letter of admission from German education provider
  3. Evidence for the required language skills
  4. Academic documents that match with the entry requirements of the proposed course.
  5. Deposit cofirmation for EUR 10,332 in a blocked account or guarantee to cover living costs in Germany.
What to do next?

The standard and mandatory requirements to apply for a visa to study in Germany are;

  • Contact Us for information
  • Discuss with us; The current profile and prevoius academic studies desired course of study in Germany and the plan.
  • Let us choose a course and the university
  • Provide all the relevant information and documents to proceed further.
  • Pay the university application fees, if any.
  • Wait to hear from the university.
  • Recieve the admission offer if the application is successful
  • Start preparing to apply for a permit to arrive, enrole and start attending the course.