In my last post, I talked about some of the most prestigious research universities in Germany. After the post, we received several queries regarding the admission procedures and standardized tests required for admission in German Universities.
Nowadays, people have shifted their minds from Studying in UK (As there are no jobs for Indians), Australia (Racism), United States (Visa Problem) and other many reasons are there..! For a student to Study in Germany is easy as the tuition fees are low and getting decent Job Post MS is also good.! Even Part time jobs are good as there are no so called desis everywhere which in case you find desis everywhere in UK, Australia and United States. In the next few days, I’ll be answering each and every Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) related to Study in Germany. Here’s my list of questions I have encountered most related to Study In Germany.
FAQs related to Study In Germany
Q1. How to get admission to Study in Germany? Deadlines of Universities?
Q2. Which exams we need to give ?
Q3. What is the total tuition fees for Masters / graduate program ? Continue reading
As discussed in the previous post,you need to have a Cover letter for German Student Visa which you need to send along with the application so that the Visa Department gets a clear idea about your application. So here’s a sample Cover letter for German Student Visa.
Sample Cover Letter For German Student Visa
The German Consulate,
Germany nowadays is becoming one of the most preferred nation to Study abroad by the students and there is a high rise of the applicants of the Germany Student Visa. There are several advantages of studying in Germany such as low tuition fees, pat time jobs, Good job opportunities after you complete your Masters, Good International Exposure etc. Well you won’t find much information about Studying in Germany on the internet or from any other consultancies as Germany is still not very famous with the students. On HigherEduBlog in the next few months, you’ll find lots of Information about studying in Germany and all other stuffs related to Living in Germany.