1.8 million Students around the world go abroad to study. Nearly one tenth of those students choose to go Germany. Germany has lot to offer to foreign students, for Under graduation students and postgraduates.
Germany’s universities combine age-old traditions with modern technologies.
More than 300 universities are featured on Campus Germany offering many courses.
Such as Medicine, Law, English and German to innovative new institutions of higher education with inter-disciplinary study programs. German universities are open to anyone who fulfills the prerequisites and academic freedom is one of the basic principles of the German university system.
To study in Germany, you have to prove that you have a good command of the German language. The only exception to this rule are the international programs are taught in English. The easiest way to learn the German language is, of course, by being in Germany. You can attend one of the international summer courses available at universities in Germany.
The preparatory courses are conducted in German, so language proficiency is a must.
In Australia every course offered in a university has CRICOS Code which is given by Australian Government reflecting that the education system is fully controlled by the Government in Australia. There is no formal ranking of universities. Thus students from all around the world have long made Australia their education destination.
Student may pick from a wide variety of universities, from historic educational establishments to the more recent and modern institutions which co-exist to make studying in the UK a deeply enriching, vibrant and successful educational experience.
The German language diploma of the Culture Ministers, Level 1 (“Deutsches Sprachdiplom”) as well as the GoetheInstitute’s “Zentrale Mittelstufenprufung” are considered proof of your language fluency.
From Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering to Zoology – study courses at German universities are available. Students can chose from a variety of over 11 000 different degree courses.