Study MS in Germany

As per QS World University Rankings 2018, 3 German Universities are in the Top 70 list – Technical University of Munich (Rank 64), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Rank 66), Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (Rank 68)


Why choose to study MS in Germany?

Germany has emerged as a highly preferred study abroad destination for Indian students wanting to pursue their post-graduation abroad. An up-to-date curriculum replete with project work, seminars and industry internships ensures that MS and MSc. graduates of German universities become competent and well-equipped to secure the best jobs in the industry. Pursue your Masters in Germany for the following reasons:

  • State-of-the-art infrastructure

    German universities are equipped with ultra-modern labs and workshops to facilitate hands-on learning. Government and non-government grants worth several thousand euros flow into most good German universities to promote research and innovation.

  • Availability of scholarships

    There are a significant number of scholarships available to pursue higher education in Germany. They are funded by government and non-government organizations e.g. DAAD, Erasmus, Humboldt Research fellowship, etc. Universities also offer scholarships for specific programs and for students of specific countries.

  • Best faculty and scholars

    Studying masters in Germany enables you to come into contact with professors and researchers who are at the top of their field. Learning from and working with them provides you with a wealth of knowledge and ideas that you can build on in the future. Some students are also able to secure internships wherein they can work under joint supervision of their professors and industry personnel on capstone projects.

  • German language proficiency

    Many German universities offer international MS programs that are taught in English. As such German language proficiency is not compulsorily required for them. However, knowing basic German does put you at an advantage in your day-to-day interaction on campus and elsewhere. Universities also offer beginners’ and advanced level classes to help you learn the German language. Check on the website of the university that you are interested in for details regarding language requirement.

  • Work opportunities in Germany

    Once students complete their studies in Germany, they have 18 months to get employed. Most graduates prefer to stay back and work in Germany or other EU countries. This is hardly surprising as employees receive high salaries, bonuses and quite a number of paid leaves. In addition to that, work-life balance in German companies is particularly good.

Top Institutes for MS in Germany

  • RWTH Aachen

  • TU Berlin

  • TU Braunschweig

  • TU Darmstadt

  • TU Dresden

  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

  • TU München

  • Universität Stuttgart

Post Study Stay Back Options

The German visa process is long, so applying early application is highly recommended. Applicants who have secured admission to a German university should apply for a Student Visa and applicants awaiting confirmation from a university should apply for an Applicant Visa. A student visa costs about 60 Euros and applicants will be required to present all visa related documents during the visa interview.

International graduates from German universities have a chance to tap into the full potential of the abundant job market in Germany. After graduating with a master’s degree, students can work for a year and a half and gain valuable international work experience. Students are also allowed to work part time (20 hours per week) during the course of their program, earning between 80 to 100 Euros per week.

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