Did you know that a hundred years ago 50% of people studying abroad were studying in Germany? Germany has attracted people looking for a first-class education ever since.
There are good reasons for studying in Germany:
- Excellence in research and teaching
- A wide and varied range of study options
- No or low tuition fees.
- Special support and mentoring of foreign students
- Wide range of leisure activities at universities and many different opportunities off-campus to enjoy sport, culture or numerous other activities
- Good career opportunities in Germany after graduating.
- With about 100 million native speakers, German is the most widely-spoken language in Europe. The strengths of the German economy and its increasing global significance make German a language which is becoming ever more important in the world market.
International courses of studies
Many German universities offer courses leading to an internationally recognised qualification, covering a wide range of options: undergraduate, graduate und postgraduate courses (Bachelor’s, Master’s, PhD). All courses maintain high academic standards and are well organised; they are taught in English and supplemented with German courses.
Testimonials - Studying in Germany
A foreign language, a new culture, a different country ... studying abroad brings lots of changes and exciting experiences with it. Jagriti, a student from India, tells us about her studies and experiences in Germany.
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst)
The DAAD Regional Office in New Delhi office, established in 1960, promotes academic exchange between Germany and India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. It provides information about higher education and research in Germany, grants scholarships to students, researchers and academicians from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka to Germany as well as to those from Germany to these countries, and supports bilateral research projects.
The DAAD network in the region includes Information Offices in Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune and Dhaka, DAAD Lecturers and Language Assistants at selected universities and institutions in India, DAAD Young Ambassadors, DAAD Research Ambassadors, numerous alumni clubs with over 5000 former scholarship holders.
Focus areas of the DAAD for the region encompassing Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka include:
- Scholarships for students, researchers and academicians
- Promotion of university co-operations
- Promotion of German language and literature
- Alumni networking
- Information about study and research in Germany