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The entry restrictions thatprevailed in Germany about 10 years ago have now been laid down by the government. Everyone around the world is aware that Germany is known for its automotive engineering. It is not only about cars, Germans make sure that they perfect everything that they get their hands on. With universal benchmarking standards, German schools are known for providing foreign students with a high quality of education. The entire experience of staying in Germany is enriched by the beautiful landscapes, the black forest and temples in Berlin.


The people of Germany are also very creative in nature hence a student would find various arts and crafts communities in this country. This country has to offer specialized coursefor every student, wanting them to study in Germany. IQ Education Consultants have a wide network of colleges and Schools in Germany. We assist families to go ahead and send their children to this wonderful nation with a rich learning environment.

Education In Germany

The Degrees and certificates issued by German universities are recognized throughout the world. With more than 12,000 courses to choose from, Germany is one the most aspired study abroad destinations. Germany follows ECTS ( European credit transfer system) which is helpful for students to choose any recognized college in entire Europe. One credit is equal to 30 hours of classroom education and as the student has to clear a certain number of credits in order to move to the next level of education.


Every state in Germany has its own school systems. In most of the schools in Germany, students are made to sit on common tables rather than the desk which helps promote equality and a sense of belonging . Germany has a wide list of private and public schools which are under the European union making them recognized in every other country.

German universities follow a strict conduct when it comes to selecting students in comparison to other countries. There are stringent quality measures like one year training program for undergraduate courses. We can imagine the quality of teaching and pushing students at every step to meet the German benchmarks.


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There are more than 12,000 courses being offered byover 400 universities, schools and colleges present in Germany. They literally contain all the courses possible in the global curriculum list. Students can choose from German specialty courses like engineering, infrastructure development, MBA, BBA, law, medicine etc. offered through various undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs.


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As German colleges practice ECTS, that means that a student can migrate to any other country or college existing under the European union. Only recently have the visa formalities and working hours flexibility been softened for people of non-Eurpean descent. Punctuality and discipline is something which no German would compromise on.


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The application procedure followed by the most of the college and universities is:

Eligibility for Undergraduate Courses
  • Relevant school leaving certificate
  • Minimum first class marks in the final examination taken
  • Character certificates
  • Letter of recommendation
  • IELTS and TOEFL scores are accepted
  • 1 Year bridge program and pass the assessment test for admission in graduation.
  • 60% CGPA
Eligibility for Postgraduate courses
  • Bachelors degree in the specific field.
  • Good academic in graduation program
  • A well written statement and essay
  • The minimum of 70% scores in TOEFL and IELTS
  • Certificates for extracurricular achievements.
  • 70% CGPA
  • Good GMAT scores in case of a management aspirant
  • Minimum 16 years of education.

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To study in Germany would cost you around :12,000 - 15,000 Euros/year


Students have various options for availing financial aids. Scholarships, loans, sponsors and other various methods are at a students disposal. Students can avail commonwealth scholarships.


Germany is expensive to live in, The living cost for students range between 800 – 1000 Euros/ month. The assumption includes their living, clothing, Fooding and living styles. There are options of dormitories, flats, shared apartment etc. to make to life easier for a struggling student.


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Undergraduate courses – Bachelor’s Degree – 3 - 5 years 60 – 120 ECTS


Postgraduate course - Masters Degree takes around 2 - 3 years 60-90 ECTS


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There are 2 major intake months for admission in colleges and universities in Germany. Transfers are also possible during that time as students choose to shuffle around.


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