Study in Germany for free in English | Opportunity 4U

There is no doubt that Germany is one of the most popular destinations for the international students to study abroad. Germany offers for all the international students to study in the public German universities for free.


About Germany

Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in the western region of central Europe. The Federal Republic of Germany, as a federal state, consists of sixteen states. Germany is the second most populous in Europe after Russia. Germany has borders with Poland, Denmark, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. The economy has the largest national economy in Europe, the fourth-largest by nominal GDP in the world (almost tied with Japan). The average salary of full-time employees in Germany amounted to 4,105 euros in gross terms in April 2022. The individual salary usually differs from the average salary and depends on a variety of factors.


Why is Germany the perfect study location?

In recent studies compiled by the OECD Germany was deemed the number 1 study destination for international students in Europe and the 3rd most attractive study destination among OECD countries. what makes Germany the perfect study are:

- High quality tertiary education system

- German university degrees are highly respected by employers around the world

- Large amount of study programmes in English

- Moderate living costs

- Shortage of skilled professionals and low unemployment rate for university graduates

- Graduates from German universities are eligible to apply for an 18-month residence permit that allows them to find a job in Germany after their graduation

- Safe country with low crime rates


Higher Education System in Germany

There are three main types of university in the German Higher Education System. These are:

  • Academic Universities (Universit√§ten)
  • Universities of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschulen)
  • Specialist colleges of Art, Music, or Film.

Universities in Germany are either public or private. Public universities represent the majority of institutions and are heavily subsidised by the government, which means they do not charge tuition fees. Of the private (fee-paying) universities in Germany, the vast majority are Universities of Applied Sciences.

There are two semesters in Germany: a winter semester (October to March) and a summer semester (April to September). You may be able to find a course which starts in April rather than October, so check with the university before you apply.

Application deadline for Summer Semester: January 15th

Application deadline for Winter Semester: July 15th 


German universities requirements

For Bachelor's degree

- A certificate of high school education 

- A Transcript of records (statement of grades), incase it's not included in high school certificate

- English language certificate (TOEFL iBT, IELTS, TELC, PTE Academic), the minimum score for each exam differs depends on the university.

- International students will be expected to sit an entrance exam before they can be offered a place, especially if you live in a country where your qualification is not recognized by the German university. Some courses require entrance exams for all students.

- ID / Passport

- CV / Resume

If you need a visa for Germany, you will need bank statement showing you have around 11,400 EUR in closed bank in Germany as proof of sufficient financial resources to cover their cost of living.

For Master's degrees

- A University degree or equivalent degree from Higher institute ( Graduation certificate)

- A Transcript of Recorders for all the years of studying with the grading system 

English language certificate (TOEFL iBT, IELTS, TELC, PTE Academic), the minimum score for each exam differs depends on the university.

International students will be expected to sit an entrance exam before they can be offered a place, especially if you live in a country where your qualification is not recognised by the German university. Some courses require entrance exams for all students.

- ID/ Passport

- CV / Resume

If you need a visa for Germany, you will need bank statement showing you have around 12,400 EUR in closed bank in Germany as proof of sufficient financial resources to cover their cost of living.


Free- tuition fees universities in Germany

Although there are no German university tuition fees, undertaking a degree is not completely free. Students have to pay a semester fee (Semesterbeitrag), which ranges from around €200-€500, every six months (each semester) to cover administration fees, and a travel card will usually have to be purchased as well. Students will also have to consider living costs. In the following list you can find some of the free-tuition fees universities in Germany:-

- Technical University of Munich

- University of Bonn

- University of Hamburg

- University of Munster

- Hamburg University of Technology

University of Applied Sciences Wurzburg Schweinfurt

- Leibniz Universitat Hannover

- Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

- RPTU University of Kaiserslautern-Landau

- Chemnitz University of Technology

- RWTH Aachen University

You can check all the free-tuition fees universities in DAAD Website (German Academic Exchange Service) 


How to apply

For most subjects, you can apply directly to the international office of the university. Alternatively, you can use the website www.uni-assist.de, a centralised admissions portal for international students, run by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), although not all universities use this.


"Opportunity" 4U Services

If you want to apply for a university in Germany for studying Bachelor's or Master's degree via "Opportunity 4U, you can send us an email to info@opportunit4u.com

Service fee: 250 EUR


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