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Study in Germany

Introduction:

Germany promotes innovation, creativity, and independent thinking throughout its universities. International students who study and live in Germany soon find that their education is challenging, fun, and rewarding. As an international student in Germany, you can expect to live, grow, and learn in a young, friendly country full of opportunities. For those international students who successfully complete their degree, they will soon find that they are competitive in today’s international job market.

Colleges & Universities

On Our Panel​
In The Below Cities
  • Berlin
  • Hamburg
  • Munich
  • Frankfurt
  • Glasgow
  • Colone
  • Leipzig

Programs & Courses

Under The Discipline
Under Graduate-Graduate-PHD
  • PhD
  • Post Graduate Degree
  • Under Graduate Degree
  • Under Graduate Diploma
  • Foundation Program
  • Certificate Program
  • German Language

Admission Requirements

Officially
Basic Requirement
  • Minimum Education: Metric
  • Minimum Marks: 50 %
  • No IELTS
  • Study Gap: 4 Year
  • Pakistani Citizenship
  • Passport
  • Choose Program

 

Study in Germany

 

We owe a lot to Germany when it comes to the history of education and universities. Germany is the birthplace of what we call ‘research universities’ – big places with ivory towers and libraries where new knowledge is produced every day.

This university model has since covered the entire planet, and is basically what most universities are set up for today: to produce knowledge and make new discoveries. Don’t you want to study in Germany, the place where it all began?

Why study in Germany

1. German universities are tution-free

Yes, you've read that right! Almost all public universities in Germany don't charge any tuition fees to international students, regardless of their nationality. This is a huge benefit, one that allows you to only focus on living costs, like accommodation, food, transport, and so on.

2. Germany is at the forefront of Engineering

Engineering and technology in general are highly valued by Germans. Whether we're talking about automobiles, highways, or monumental structures, Germany has it covered.

Even Tesla, one of the most important manufacturers of electric vehicles, decided to open a factory in Germany.

3. Top-quality higher education

We've mentioned that German public universities are free, but don't make the mistake of believing that free means low-quality. In Germany, it's exactly the opposite; over 60 universities and universities of applied sciences (UAS) are present in the most important international university rankings.

German higher education institutions have excellent standards, high expectations, and empower students to become leaders in their academic (and future professional) fields.

4. Achieve German language excellency

Even if you study an English-taught degree, don't miss the opportunity to either improve or start learning German.

It is an important language, thanks to Germany's position as one of the world's leading economies. Companies in Germany and other European nations are willing to pay high salaries for graduates with advanced German skills on their CV.

It's true that German isn't the easiest language to learn; but if you start with the basics and keep improving slowly, you will soon be surprised by your progress.

5. Excellent job prospects

Graduates with a diploma from German universities are highly valued on job markets, both in Germany and other countries. This happens because everybody recognises the impressive academic level of German education institutions.

Whether you want to stay in Germany and become part of their powerful economy or return to your home country or move somewhere else, a German degree will always make you stand out from other job candidates.

What is it like to study in Germany?

Students in Germany enjoy a variety of social events, both at their universities, and around the cities. Take a train to Oktoberfest, find an art festival, or spend a day at one of the many historic museums around every part of Germany.

Germany is also known for offering an exciting multicultural environment; you’ll be in classes with people from all over the world, and you’ll notice that several languages are spoken throughout the city you’re living in.

In your classes, you’ll be expected to show attentiveness with the lectures, punctuality, and an interest in participating. This may seem intense but you’ll find yourself growing and learning throughout your degree programme.

What to study in Germany

Germany has Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD programmes in nearly every subject or field you can imagine, and students all over the world find degree programmes that appeal to them and offer a unique education.

Here are some subjects you can find when you go attend a Germany university:

  • Business Administration degrees in Germany
  • Mechanical Engineering degrees in Germany
  • Computer Sciences degrees in Germany
  • Biology degrees in Germany
  • Economics degrees in Germany
  • Environmental Sciences degrees in Germany

Major cities in Germany

Germany is home to some of the biggest cities in the world, and each one has its own story to tell. Cities all over Germany are perfect for students and can offer you a great cultural life to enjoy time outside of your classes.

Check out some of these cities and learn more about what it is like to study there:

  • Study in Berlin 
  • Study in Cologne (Koln)
  • Study in Frankfurt am Main 
  • Study in Hamburg
  • Study in Munich 

Which universities to attend in Germany

You won’t have any trouble finding an excellent university to pursue your education in Germany. The whole country has plenty of options and places for you to search for your desired degree options.

Germany has different types of universities and institutions, offering classes that can apply to your specific needs. Whether they are those traditional research universities, universities of applied sciences (Fachhochschulen), or specialised art and music institutions, you can find the classes that fit your needs and interests best.

  • Hochschule Bremen - International Graduate Center
  • IUBH University of Applied Science
  • Arden, Study Centre Berlin
  • Berlin School of Business and Innovation
  • Wismar University
  • University of Applied Sciences Europe - BiTS and BTK

 

Practical Information

So, how to apply to a university in Germany? Here are a few important steps:

  • If you’re hoping to be admitted to a university in Germany, follow these steps and make sure to have the right materials prepared for your application.
  • Have your graduating certificates (high school or university) ready to show, send, or scan. The application will typically call this an “Abitur.” You’ll want to double check that your degree is recognised by German universities.
  • You might have to take a written entrance examination
  • Make sure to know what the language requirements are, and whether you have to prove skills in German or English before enrolling in a degree programme.
  • Show how you performed as a student, and be sure to know what your Grade Point Average (GPA) was during your studies.
  • To help your chances of going to Germany, be sure to apply to more than one university!

Helpful ways to make sure you qualify for a Germany university

Take Preparation Courses

These kinds of courses enable degree-seeking students to get an extra educational boost just before they start their Master’s degree or other post-graduate degree programmes.

Try a pre-M.B.A., pre-Law, or pre-Medicine programme, as well as any other foundation or preparation courses that will allow you to study in the degree programme of your choice.

Improve your English through an English-language prep course

If you’re attending a degree programme in Germany, you will sometimes need to prove that your language skills are good enough to participate in the classes and understand the lectures; some schools will require German, while others will require strong English skills. These courses will also prepare you for any of the English-language tests that universities require.

English-language tests

Universities in Germany will want to see proof that you have good English-language skills, so that you can easily succeed in their courses. Almost all German universities accept these official English exams:

  • PTE Academic
  • IELTS
  • TOEFL
  • C1 Advanced
  1. Documents Requirements

    1. All educational documents (DMC, Certificate, Transcript, Degrees)
    2. Complete resume & SOP for degree program 
    3. 2 Recommendation letters
    4. Passport
    5. CNIC front & back sides
    6. Photo with white Background 
    7. Procession Fee=50 thousands.

  1. How to apply

    Please follow the below steps

    Step #1  Choose your Program /Course

     

    PhD
    Post Graduate Degree
    Under Graduate Degree
    Under Graduate Diploma
    Foundation Diploma
    Certificate Program
    German Language 

    Step #2  Submit the follow documents
    1. All educational documents (DMC, Certificate, Transcript, Degrees)  
    2. Complete resume (CV) & SOP for degree program
    3. 2 Recommendation letters
    4. Passport
    5. CNIC front & back sides
    6. Photo with white Background 
    7. Procession Fee=50 thousands.

    Step #3  Submit by hand /post/email to our below address
    Peace International Consultants.
    [ A Project of "Genius Education & Travel Services (Pvt.) Limited]
    Suit # 11, First Floor, Al-Mustafa Plaza, 6th Road, Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan.
    Phone: +92 51 4853253, Cell # +92 321 5680114, Cell # +92 336 5680114
    Email: pic_pakistan@yahoo.com ,  info@pic.gets.net.pk, Website:  www.pic.gets.net.pk

    Step #4  We will apply for admission:-

    After receiving all above documents we will apply for your admission in college/university and after receiving Offer Letter within 1 week,  Student have to deposit his tuition fee in direct College/University account, Fee confirmation from College/University side , Letter of Acceptance will be issue with 2-3 weeks.

    Step #5  You have to deposit tuition fee:-
    Ireland's all Colleges/Universities charge tuition fee in advance tuition fee range is between 4000 € to 6000 € initially deposit.

    Step #5  Provide the supporting documents:-
    For Visa file student have to provide the below supporting documents,

    1. Bank Statement + Account Maintenance Letter
    2. FRC & Police Report
    3. Medical Report & Insurance 
    4. Embassy Fees=75 €  

    Step #6  Submit your Visa file Online
    After making the all supporting documents online, You will appear in German Embassy Islamabad and submit your documents.

    Step #7  Wait for Visa Decision   
    After biometric you have to wait for visa decision which take normally 4-6 weeks for result making.

Colleges & Universities 

1. New European College-Munich 

2. ISL Germany

Contact Us

• For More Information About Study Abroad Please Contact With Our Study Visa Staff

Mr. Ahmed Raza,  Cell: 0336 5680114,  Email: pic.pakistan@gmail.com

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