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In terms of time, India is 3 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Germany. But Germany is far ahead of India in terms of education and development!
Germany’s higher education institutions enjoy an excellent reputation. In Germany, every university is autonomous. This means each has its own set of criteria for admitting students. German universities combine research and studies and are known for ground-breaking discoveries such as the printing press, computer etc that have become inseparable parts of our modern lives.
Every year, thousands of international students choose to study in Germany. There are very good reasons for this. These include English-medium teaching, excellent quality of education, no tuition fees, promising career opportunities and above all, the vibrant social and cultural environment.
There are various kinds of universities here. Some are research oriented and offer a wide variety of subjects. These can honor doctorate degrees. Some are practice-oriented and offer courses mainly in engineering, business administration, social sciences and design. Also, these have strong links to the industry.
Your interest should define which type of university you choose!
HOW TO APPLY?
Select your university and firstly collect general details of it. Check the application deadline for courses chosen and in March-June period, send the application packet. Application forms and other relevant material can be downloaded from the Internet. Before applying, make sure you have a valid passport!
Apply for a student visa as soon as you have the admission letter, as the procedure can take around two months. The German Embassy and the Consulates require proof of funding for the first year of studies. Find out where you should apply for a visa in the German Embassy website.
Also think about the accommodation. In some cases, the International Office of the university will help you.
IS KNOWING GERMAN NECESSARY? :-
As a student in Germany, your life will not be limited to the university campus. You will surely wish to interact with people, do your internships, travel through the country-side and make the best of your time there. So, German knowledge will present a Great advantage.