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Study In Germany


Study In Germany

Competences over Education

In Germany, it is the 16 individual federal states (Länder) that are given the competences by the German Constitution and Higher Education Act, to decide on all matters pertaining to education. Respective higher education laws of individual states determine the organizational structure and specify the responsibilities of higher education institutions.

Federal states also fund the majority of higher education institutions, and therefore have regulatory control over them. There are however, institutions of higher education that are not under direct state control: Catholic and Protestant Church run higher education institutions as well as state-accredited private institutions (the majority of the latter are the so-called universities of ‘applied sciences’).

Low Tuition Fees and Living Costs:

The vast majority of universities and colleges in Germany are state-financed, thus making the tuition fees at these institutions highly subsidized. Until fairly recently, higher education in Germany was virtually free – the tuition fee would be entirely waived for all students. However, some changes have taken place in this regard recently; a relatively low tuition fee is now charged (the amount, rarely exceeding €500 per semester, is set by respective Federal States) on the excuse of it being necessary to maintain the facilities and the general quality of services. With tuition fees significantly lower than in most other developed western countries, and with many student benefits and discounts available across the board, the total living costs for students in Germany can be kept well below €1000 per month.


Where are the students coming from?

Most students in Germany came from the rest of Europe (51%) followed by Asia (31.9%), while a small percentage came from Africa and America. Only 0.2% came from Australia.

List of State Universities candidate can study after the language and preparatory programs:


State of Brandenburg

  1. Technical University of Cottbus
  2. European University in Frankfurt (Oder)
  3. University of Potsdam
  4. University of Applied sciences Brandenburg
  5. University of Applied Sciences Eberswalde
  6. University of Applied SciencesLausitz
  7. University of Applied Sciences Potsdam
  8. Technical University of Applied Sciences  Wildau


State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

  1. University of Greifswald
  2. University of Rostock
  3. University of Applied Sciences Neubrandenburg
  4. University of Applied Sciences Stralsund
  5. University of Applied Sciences Technology, Business and Design Wismar


State of Sachsen

  1. University of Technology Chemnitz
  2. University of Technology Dresden
  3. University of Applied Sciences Dresden
  4. University of Technology, Economy and Culture Leipzig
  5. University of Applied Sciences Mittweida
  6. University of Applied SciencesZittau/Görlitz
  7. WestsächsischeUniversity of Applied Sciences Zwickau
  8. InternationalUniversity Zittau


State of Sachsen-Anhalt

  1. University of Halle-Wittenberg
  2. University of Magdeburg
  3. University of Applied Sciences Anhalt
  4. University of Applied Sciences Harz
  5. University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg-Stendal
  6. University of Applied Sciences Merseburg


State of Thüringen

  1. University of Erfurt
  2. Technical University Ilmenau
  3. University of Jena
  4. Bauhaus University Weimar
  5. University of Applied Sciences Erfurt
  6. University of Applied Sciences Jena
  7. University of Applied SciencesNordhausen
  8. University of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden

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