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How to Study in Germany for Free

by Chetna Vasishth

This is a transcript of a video chat on how to Study in Germany For Free – Scholarships in Germany for Indian Students | How to Study Abroad for Free on ChetChat. Watch the two part video series for a video chat with the head of DAAD India who talks about how to study in Germany, options to study in Germany for Indians, the German education system also top 5 reasons of why study in Germany, details of a PhD in Germany, how to apply for a PhD, eligibility for MSc in Germany, Engineering in Germany. She also talks about the university ranking system in Germany and which is the best university, how to apply for scholarships and much more.

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) –

the number of students financed, the offices around India and the world. DAAD is one of the largest funding organisation in the world. What are the Top 5 reasons of Why Study in Germany – pros of studying in Germany, advantages of studying in Germany for Indians a. Innovation b. Praxis c. Internships d. Low Cost e. Opportunities to stay back and work in Germany

The German Education system

has a dual system. The best universities in Germany, what are the “Fachhochschulen,” and in what way are they different from a University? Top universities in Germany, a discussion of the universities in Germany, technical universities. Germany has 400 universities. World Rankings of German universities. CHE ranking. What are the German Language Requirements – Do I need to know German before applying to a German University? A2 level of Germany to start with. B2 level if you want to stay back. TOEFL and ILTS requirements

What are the popular courses in Germany –

Study in Germany for Indian students – Engineering in Germany is a common choice. Management courses – MBA and MSc in Management, German Engineering universities, Banking and Finance courses, sports management courses international management, law psychology. What is the Eligibility for MS in Germany – Need a 4 years bachelor’s degree, academic requirements are more stringent

She gives detailed insights into the two types of Phd in Germany, eligibility for PhD in Germany and how to apply for a PhD in Germany. Next we discuss under graduation and engineering in Germany, abitur, and eligibility and application process. A detailed discussion on scholarships for Indian students in Germany, how to apply for scholarships in Germany, the various scholarship programs in Germany, costs of living in Germany. Further discussion on visas, student visa, work visa, resident visa, can I take my spouse with me to Germany, EU blue card and lots more


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