Bang in the centre of Europe, lies the mighty, picturesque Germany. With a rich, volatile history defining their borders, the German people have built a progressive, prosperous, economically stable nation by sheer dint of hard-work.

Acknowledged as a haven for those keen on pursuing Engineering, Public Universities in Germany bring students the advantage of a highly experienced faculty and state-of-the-art infrastructure. Influenced by a flourishing manufacturing industry that makes German products a global benchmark, Universities offer curriculums that chisel students to be cutting-edge thinkers and innovators.

These globally recognised degrees come with an additional advantage of tuition free education at Public Universities. Moreover, deserving international students can explore scholarship opportunities with a host of German organisations like research and government bodies; corporates and universities among others. The scholarships are targeted to cover either tuition fees or monthly expenses such as accommodation, study material etc. In fact, semester fees usually include a public transport pass, valid anywhere in the University city.

On an average, the cost of living in Germany is way more cheaper than most European/ Scandinavian countries. International students enjoy a work permit for up to 720 hours/90 days in a year. And part-time jobs that pay 7-8 Euros per hour, are easy to find.

While it is advisable and favourable for you to master the German language, most courses in the University are taught in English.

The German education system is designed to focus on independent, practical training, in line with current and future industry trends. While the standard of education here, surpasses all known levels of benchmarks, graduates from these universities stand out for being highly disciplined, driven and meticulous. Abundant internship options with global industry leaders, specially in the automobile sector, ensure graduates from Germany make up the much-wanted workforce anywhere.

Additionally, international graduate students get an extended 18-month stay to explore job or academic opportunities, while master’s students get a 6-month extension, post course completion.

So, before we say auf Wiedersehen, do check out your German University options and explore the beautiful language that is spoken across many European nations