STUDY IN GERMANY

ABOUT GERMANY

   The Federal Republic of Germany is a federal parliamentary republic in central-western Europe.It includes 16 constituent states, it covers an area of 357,021 square kilometers (137,847 sq mi), and has a largely temperate seasonal climate. With about 82 million inhabitants according to the first census since reunification, Germany’s population was counted to 82,175,700 on 31 December 2015, making it the sixteenth-most populous country in the world. Germany GDP figure in 2017 was $3,686,606 million,placing the country 3rd in the ranking of GDP out of 195 countries.Germany’s capital and largest metropolis is Berlin while its largest conurbation is the Ruhr, with its main centers of Dortmund and Essen.

     The country’s other major cities are Hamburg, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf, Leipzig, Bremen, Dresden, Hannover, and Nuremberg. Official language is German and currency Euro.

EDUCATION IN GERMANY

Germany’s universities are recognized internationally in the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU)for 2008, six of the top 100 universities in the world are in Germany, and 18 of the top 200.Germany ranks third in the QS World University Rankings.There are about 450 higher education in Germany ranging from colleges of education to universities, 2,939,500 number of students in higher education according to (2012, Euro monitor International from national statistics/UNESCO)and about  190,526 according to (2012, UNESCO ). Language of instruction for most higher education programmes in Germany are taught in German language but you will find a broad variety of English taught programmes,  Public higher education institutions in Germany  normally waivetuition fees for most Bachelor’s and many Master’s degree programmes but fees are charged for certain Master’s degree programmes and private universities also charge tuition fees – but most universities offer scholarship options.

     German government has made the internationalization of higher education a strategic objective.Internationalization has various benefits ranging from positive impacts on the quality of research and education to enhancing the global reputation of academic institutions. As illustrated by a detailed 2013 study commissioned by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), foreign students in Germany yield a considerable economic net gain for society the fact that German universities charge virtually no tuition fees, even for international students.

     Factors like reputation for high-quality education, particularly in engineering and natural sciences, have helped Germany become an increasingly attractive country for mobile students seeking education abroad. According to UNESCO, Germany in 2013 attracted five percent of the world’s international students and was the 5th most popular destination country after the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and France. International student arrivals have since increased. Between 2013 and 2015, the number of international students enrolled at German institutions rose from 282,201 to 321,569, an increase of almost 14 percent. In 2015, The German government seeks to further increase the country’s international student population to a total of 350.000 students by 2020. A joint position paper, issued by the federal and state governments in 2013, calls for the “strategic internationalization” of universities, better integration of foreign students, and increased funding for transnational partnerships and international marketing. It also advocates expanding the number of  English-taught degree programs at German universities. The German government has also adopted immigration policies that support its efforts to internationalize higher education. The 2012 implementation of the European“Blue Card” legislation was a major step, since it gives qualified international graduates of German universities a pathway to permanent residence and access to the labor markets of most EU member states. Some researchers predict that Germany could soon overtake the UK to become the largest market for international education in Europe.

LENGTH OF STUDY IN GERMANY

• Bachelor’s degree programme: 3 years

• Master’s degree programme: 2 years

• Doctorate/PhD: 3 – 5 years

PROCESSING:

REQUIREMENT FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM INCLUDE

  • O’level result
  • International passport and data page
  • 2 colored passport photographs with white background
  • University transcript (If Available)

REQUIREMENT FOR MASTERS PROGRAM INCLUDES

  • International passport and data page
  • 2 colored passport photographs with white background
  • Bachelor’s degree certificate
  • Transcript of result
  • NYSC certificate (Optional)
  • CV (Curriculum Vitae)
  • Academic Reference & Recommendation letter(Optional)

REQUIREMENT FOR PH.D  INCLUDES

  • Summary of master thesis
  • Academic Reference & Recommendation letter(Optional)
  • International passport and data page
  • Master degree certificate
  • 2 colored passport photographs with white background

Payment method is 40% upfront and 60% after the processing is completed.

PROGRAM ENTRY DATES

* Winter semester October of every year
* Summer semester: March of every year

APPLICATION DEADLINE

* Winter semester: July
* Summer semester: November

NOTE: The program cost is 600,000 Naira for Admission and Visa
processing only.

Other expenses includes Flight fare which is 180,000 Naira, accommodation expenses which is between the range of 180,000 Naira to 350,000 Naira and the feeding expenses depends on how the student feed
daily. Flight fare, accommodation and feeding expenses will be taken care of by the student.

The processing time is 3 months.

It is 100% guaranteed.

Also be informed that for BSC and MSC degree applicants, the Embassy requires you to have one of these two options for you to be granted the Visa:

  • A German Block account with not less than 10,000euros equivalent to 4million naira or
  • A sponsorship declaration Letter.

For persons who are unable to get the Block account, we help them get the sponsorship declaration letter from Germany as long as you meet the necessary requirements.

LIST OF COURSES IN GERMANY:

ENGINEERING COURSES 

  • Bachelor in Management & Technology,English Track (BSc)
  • BEng in Business and Engineering
  • BEng in Logistics
  • BEng in Mechatronics
  • Bioengineering, BSc
  • Biomaterials Science, BSc
  • Communication and InformationEngineering, BSc
  • Electrical Engineering, BSc
  • Engineering and Management (BEng)
  • Environmental and Resource Management(BSc)
  • Industrial Engineering / Maintenance andOperation (BEng)
  • Industrial Engineering, BSc
  • Information Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering, BSc
  • Mechatronic Systems Engineering, BSc
  • Mobility and Logistics, BSc
  • Sustainable Business and Technology
  • Bachelor of Science Textile and Clothing Management•Electronic Engineering

SCIENCE COURSES

  • Applied Mathematics
  • BA Animation & Game
  • Bachelor in Management & Technology,English Track (BSc)
  • BEng in Business and Engineering
  • BEng in Logistics
  • Bioengineering, BSc
  • Biomaterials Science, BSc
  • BSc in Molecular Ecosystem Sciences
  • Business Administration with Informatics
  • Communication and Information Engineering, BSc
  • Digital Games
  • Digital Media (BA)
  • Environment and Energy, BSc
  • Environmental and Resource Management (BSc)
  • Health Informatics (BSc)
  • Information and Communication Design, BA
  • Information Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering, BSc
  • Mechatronic Systems Engineering, BSc
  • Mobility and Logistics, BSc
  • Science of Communication and Bionics

COMMERCIAL COURSES

  • Advanced Urbanism (AdUrb) 
  • Applied Economics and International Economic Policy 
  • Biological Resources, MSc 
  • Economics and Institutions (MSc) 
  • Economics of the Middle East (EMEA) 
  • Ecotoxicology (MSc)
  • Environmental and Resource Management (MSc)
  • European Master in Project Management (EuroMPM)
  • European Urban Studies (EU) 
  • Financial Economics / FINEC (MSc)
  • Global Change Ecology (MSc)
  • Global Change Management (GCM)
  • Global Management
  • Global Political Economy (MA)
  • Intercultural Theology (MA)
  • International Business Administration (MSc)
  • International Management and Psychology, MSc
  • International Management of Resources & Environment (MBA IMRE) 
  • International Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship / IMME (MSc) 
  • International Master in Groundwater Management 
  • International Master in Groundwater Management 
  • International Master Physical Activity and Health
  • International Master’s Programme Merge Technologies for Resource Efficiency 
  • MA Development Economics and International Studies

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