Germany Faq's

1.What is the tuition fees charged?
A Most of the Government owned universities do not charge tuition fees and some charge as low as 500 Euros – 1,500 Euros.

2.What is the post-study work option available in Germany?
A After the completion of the program, a student can stay back in the country for the duration of 1 year. The work permit could be extended further by the employer. Germany is the only place in the world where studies are followed by paid internships in leading MNCs that ultimately leads to a full time placement. The students could also get a Schengen Visa as Germany is a member of the European Union.

3.What is the amount required to be shown for the living expense?
A The minimum amount required to be shown is Euros 8,400 in a blocked account in Germany in the name of the applicant and a remark that the account holder can dispose of a monthly amount of Euros 700.

4.What are the main areas of study?
A The main area of study is engineering offering a wide range of specialisations including Automation, Mechatronics, Mechanical, Industrial and many more. Other important areas are IT & Computer Science and Business Management & Administration.

5.What are the part-time options available to an Indian student in Germany?
A An Indian student (non - European Union country) pursuing a full-time course and is on a student visa is allowed to work only part-time for 90 days or 180 half days in one year. However, you need to take permission from your respective universities and contact respective employment office for all details. The nature and type of job may vary from city to city. However, if you are DAAD scholarship holder, you need to first take permission from DAAD.