Germany is Europe’s First most populous nation is largely characterised by its variety – which is perhaps not surprising for a country that has existed as a unified entity for less than 150 years, in which regional identities are still the best.
Its good in its heritage, Germany’s is a culture that is certainly worth experiencing. Architecture fans will be in their element, and music liebhaber will well be aware that Germany was the beating heart of the classical music world. Few nations can boast as colourful a festival calendar either – Oktoberfest, Berlin international film festival Backfischfest ,Leipzig book fare ,Richard card wagner Festival and Rhine in Flames are amongst the highlights. Germany is having unique cuisine that ranges from staples now eaten worldwide, such as gluhwine, Currywurst,Wiener schnitzel,The real german bretzel famed for its technology and the industrial strength that has made it into the world’s fourth biggest economy. Its multi-ethnic football team is indicative of the tolerance of its well-educated populace. There has never been a better time, then, to consider studying in Germany.
German Higher Education
At last count, there were nearly 250,000 international students enrolled in German universities, accounting for over 10 per cent of the country’s total student population. Indeed, it is one of the most popular study destinations in the world. This is due, no doubt, to its plethora of world class universities.
There are an impressive 42 German universities in the top 500 of the 2016 QS World University Rankings®, 15 of which make the top 200. These high quality institutions are made even more appealing by the low cost of tuition, which will cost you no more than €250 a semester, and, in some regions, nothing (universities are administered by regional rather than federal authorities).
Internationalization is a big priority for a lot of German universities, so as well as a warm welcome, you’ll find support groups, programs and events for international students in place. Another major consequence of this drive towards internationalization is a coming into line of the structure of German higher education with the rest of post-Bologna Declaration Europe. You’ll find bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs of the same length and of equivalent weight as you would almost anywhere else.
There are three types of German higher education institution. The first are known simply as Technical universities or Universitat. These are largely multi-disciplinary, research focussed establishments. Next, are Fachhochschulen and Hochschule –universities of applied sciences – which are focussed on preparing students for workplaces that require specific skills and knowledge. Courses at these establishments will often feature practical elements or internships. The third category, colleges of arts, film or music, are more inclined towards creative vocations and often have special admissions requirements, such as aptitude tests.
Though a range of courses are taught in English, particularly at graduate level, the majority are conducted in German. Most universities offer intensive courses, and there are options, such as Goethe institutes and the TestDaF that allow you to arrive prepared. Socially, though, many Germans speak very good English.
Courses In Germany
Courses For Mechanical, Aeronautical, Marine, Automobile Engineers in Germany
- Masters Automotive
- Masters in Design and Development
- Masters in Mechanical Engineering
- Masters in Commercial Vehicle Technology
- Masters in Energy
- Masters in Power Engineering
Courses For Biology, Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering Students and Health Students
- Masters in Biomedical engineering
- Masters in Bionics
- Masters in Food Biotechnology
- Masters in Chemical and Biological Engineering
- Masters in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
- Masters in Biotechnology and Process Engineering
- Masters in Chemical Engineering Process System Engineering
Courses For ECE, EEE, E&I, CS
- Masters in Signal Processing and Communication Engineering
- Masters in Automation & IT
- Masters in Automation Control
- Masters in Automation and Robotics
- Masters in Autonomous System
- Masters in Biomedical Engineering
- Masters in Communication & Multimedia Engineering
- Masters in Computational Science and Engineering
- Courses for Architecture, & Civil Engineering Students
- Masters in Solid Waste, Quality Control & Waste Water
- Masters in Urbanism & Sustainable Design
- Masters in Water Resources & Environmental Management
- Masters in Program Infrastructure & Planning
- Masters in Environmental Engineering
- Masters in Integrated Architectural Design
Courses For Management, Arts, Business, Economics, agriculture, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Law Etc
- Masters in Agricultural Economics
- Masters in Applied Economics and International Economic Policy
- Masters in European Management
- Masters in Management
- Masters in Finance & Economics
- Masters in Agricultural Forestry
- Masters in Mathematical Finance
- Masters in Sociology and Research