STUDY IN Germany

Here are the most frequently asked questions by people who seek education in Germany.

Question - I had just graduated and don’t have any work experience. I wish to study in Germany. What course I can apply for and what preparation I should be doing?
Answer - This is a very interesting question, before we guide you we need to understand following things from you like what was your major in bachelor studies? Did you have good percentage in your bachelors? What course choices are you looking for? Based on all these answers we can counsel you for selecting the right path in Germany.


Question - I am in the final year of my Mechanical engineering and I wish to take my masters course in Germany for its very next session. Is it possible?
Answer - Many German universities accepts student’s application that already holds bachelor degree at the time of application. If you are in the Final year of engineering and willing to apply for the same year then chances for admission will be very slim.


Question - My academic profile is B.Eng. (Mechanical) with 72%, Graduated in 2015, since then I have been working in a company, my IELTS score is 7.5 bands, I have not taken up German Language course. What is my possibility to get admission in FH Aachen for Mechatronics course?
Answer - Academic percentage and IELTS wise you are very much qualified but at the time of application for Mechatronics course in FH Aachen they ask for German B1 proficiency and also have an advantage if student has good GRE score especially in quant section approximate 167+. If you prepare in these two points then your chances for admission are good.Answer - Many German universities accepts student’s application that already holds bachelor degree at the time of application. If you are in the Final year of engineering and willing to apply for the same year then chances for admission will be very slim.


Question - Is work experience is necessary for getting admission into applied science universities in Germany?
Answer - Yes, very much. Minimum work experience they ask to have is 1 year at the time of application.Answer - Many German universities accepts student’s application that already holds bachelor degree at the time of application. If you are in the Final year of engineering and willing to apply for the same year then chances for admission will be very slim.


Question - Is Germany a good destination for masters in Computer Science? I heard its only preferred destination for Mechanical Engineers.
Answer - No, it’s nothing like that Germany is only preferred for Mechanical Engineers. They are contributing in each and every engineering segment. It’s also a good destination for Arts, Biotechnology, Chemical Engineers. Recent statistics says that they have more demand in Computer fields. So you can prefer this destination with confidence for Computer Science fields. Answer - Yes, very much. Minimum work experience they ask to have is 1 year at the time of application.Answer - Many German universities accepts student’s application that already holds bachelor degree at the time of application. If you are in the Final year of engineering and willing to apply for the same year then chances for admission will be very slim.


Question - I wish to study English taught master’s course in Germany. But is it still mandatory to study German language? Can I study German language after reaching Germany?
Answer - This is the best question and will surely help many aspiring candidates, thank you for asking. Even if you study in English taught courses in Germany, your German language skills are very much important for your career growth once you pass your studies. During your masters you often come across the opportunity to study certain optional subjects which are in German, so by not having the knowledge of German Language you will miss this opportunity. It’s also found that the students who are proficient in German language get the internship and job faster than those who don’t. My recommendation is to study as many levels here in India before you go to Germany. As the study content is very intensive there and even some university offer German language classes as part of their regular curriculum but those classes are held very limited i.e. only 2 to 3 hours per week, which is not sufficient to reach higher proficiency level.Answer - Yes, very much. Minimum work experience they ask to have is 1 year at the time of application.Answer - Many German universities accepts student’s application that already holds bachelor degree at the time of application. If you are in the Final year of engineering and willing to apply for the same year then chances for admission will be very slim.