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Germany : Student Visa

To Study in Germany as a student must apply at a German Embassy or Consulate General for student visa. Unless and until a student is having a visa he/she will not be able to study in any institute of Germany. You can apply for student visa only after getting the admission letter from the college/University. Types of Student Visa: Study applicant visa (Studienbewerber-Visum): Study applicant visa permits the student to enter into a country before the admission decision of university. University applicant visa: This type of visa is especially for applicants interested to...

Germany increases fellowship rates

Those interested in pursuing research in Germany have something to cheer about, with the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation increasing the fellowship rates. With effect from December 1, post-doctoral research fellows will receive 2,650 Euros instead of 2,250 Euros. Experienced scholars and scientists will be given 3,150 Euros, an increase of 700 Euros. The new increase in fellowship rates for those coming from abroad is between 18 to 29%.There will also be allowances for families and single parents. The first child will receive 400 Euros a month and 100 Euros per additional child. ...

DAAD commences its new office in Bangalore

The DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) has commenced its new office in Bangalore to focus on the scientific and educational exchanges between Germany and India. This is the 5 th office of DAAD in India situated within the new campus of Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in the Residency road based Cash Pharmacy Building. As per the sources from DAAD regional office South Asia, the research institutes and universities of Germany provide opportunities specifically to Indian postgraduate students. Establishing its office in Bangalore will moreover help DAAD to increase...

Germany : Top Universities

Germany with 300 higher education centre is considered as one of the best places as it is based on a system that perfectly blends academic knowledge with progressive research. The general education helps to gain scientific and analytical skills in the area in which students applied. Free University of  Berlin Free University of Berlin was established in 1948and it is one of the leading research institution in Germany. It offers 160 degree programs in a wide range of subjects. The content of the study program is so vast and reputed that it attracts international...

Germany: Studying and living

Germany is the largest economy in Europe. The country has a strong tradition of excellence within technological development, and offers a wide variety of opportunities for students wishing to study abroad. Germany more that 2 million students are enrolled out of which 2, 50,000 are international students. Germany admission guidelines: The students need to follow certain guideline for taking admission in Germany colleges and university. So, for that students are advised to prepare some checklist. Various Educational institutes in Germany: Universities  or...

Germany : Application Procedure

Application Forms For Study in Germany Colleges and Universities Students can apply directly to Universities or Uni-Assist for Post-Graduation courses. Some application forms can be sent electronically, others have to be printed out and mailed to the respective higher educational institution. Please double-check this with the International Office of your chosen university of FH. Also, remember the application deadlines! The winter semester starts in October and the summer semester starts in April. The application deadline is 15th July for the winter semester and 15th...

Germany : Higher Education Accreditation Bodies

To ensure quality of education, each and every organization have to conform to standards and principles and regulations established by the  Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Lander in the Federal Republic of Germany. 1.  Kultusministerkonerenz or KMZ: It was founded in 1948 BY AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN the states of federal republic in Germany. The KMK ensures quality development and continuity in tertiary education.  Bachelor and Master programs must be accredited in accordance to a resolution of the Kultusministerkonerenz ...

Germany : Types of educational systems

There are three types of educational institutes in Germany. These are: 1.     Universities : These are also known as Universitaten. The Universities in Germany Concentrate on basic research so that the higher courses of studies can be done easily. The higher stages of study focus on Theoretical concepts and Research oriented components. These Universities offer a wide range of academics Discipline. 2.    Universities of applied sciences: These are known as Fachhochschulen in Germany. These Universities aims to improve the technical skills...

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