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Study in Germany

1. Ranking of German universities.
All German Universities are state universities therefore there is no question of ranking but still many universities are under top 100 universities of the world and there is not a single  Islamic university in top 500 universities of the world  (except 2 Turkeys universities Ranking after 450) and only one Pakistani university (NUST) under top 1000 university according to Dr. Ata ur Rehman – former Chairman Higher Education Commission.

 All the ranking universities are the most expensive and cost around Rs. 2.5 m - 4 m
BUT   many German universities are still FREE or far less expensive. (Only 10% of the cost of best universities in the world)
And most of the universities issue semester ticket so that you can travel in whole region FREE of cost by (BUS, TRAIN, TRAM, UNDERGROUND RAILWAY)
 We have secured more than 500 admissions in last five years. Many of our clients (students and Teachers) belong to NUST, SZABIST, Fast, IQRA University, Sir Syed University, Usman Institute, NED and even PIMSAT, PRESTON, KU, etc.

 We also conduct info Seminars in these institutions every year.

2. Language problems regarding learning German

We teach German language and our language certificate is recognized in most of the German universities
More than 900 Courses are in English language. But knowledge of German language is necessary for job and socialization and also required by visa issuing authorities.

Last date for Courses in English language in Germany

15th jan to 15th December (every 15 days) for different courses and universities


What degrees do Germany's higher education institutions award?

  • How much does it cost to study in Germany?
  • How will my earlier academic achievements be assessed?

What degrees do Germany's higher education institutions award?

Germany's higher education institutions offer the following degrees: Magister (largely in arts and humanities subjects), Diplom (largely in science subjects, plus economics, business administration, engineering, and at Fachhochschule institutions), Staatsexamen (in degree courses leading to teaching qualification, as well as in medicine and law), doctorate, and habilitation.

Many of the new "International Degree courses" also offer internationally-known degrees, such as Bachelor's and Master's degrees. The number of study opportunities in Germany leading to a Bachelor's or Master's degree is growing all the time.

How much does it cost to study in Germany?

Tuition fees used to be unknown in Germany. But the situation has changed over recent years. Initially, fees were introduced for long-term students, visiting students (i.e. from other universities) and for participants of postgraduate and Master's programmes. Now, however, some federal states also want to charge tuition fees for first degree (undergraduate) courses, such as Bachelor's, Diplom, or Magister programmes. As from the winter semester 2006/2007 you will, depending on your federal state and university, have to reckon with fees of around 500 euros per semester.
Furthermore, you should reckon on spending between 540 euros and 670 euros per month on your cost of living (including mandatory health insurance, social contributions to the higher education institutions, etc.). Students in major cities may spend more. The German student affairs association (Deutsches Studentenwerk) offers a specially-developed value-for-money service package for foreign students which substantially helps foreign students begin their studies and life in Germany.

How will my earlier academic achievements be assessed?

Unfortunately, there is no generally valid answer to this question. You should certainly contact the higher education institution of your choice in Germany. The respective departments or faculties govern these questions independently.

  • Living and Studying Costs (tuition fees)
  • Proof of Financial Means
  • Contributions to the Studentenwerk (Sozialgebühren)
  • Health Insurance
  • Study Materials
  • Travelling

Living and Studying Costs (tuition fees)

The standard of living in the Federal Republic of Germany is high and, consequently, so too are the costs and expenses needed to be able to share in that standard. Based on the 2002 index, you should reckon with monthly expenses between 540 and 670 euros. Your will find that this will allow you only a very modest lifestyle.

Public (state-maintained) universities in Germany do not generally charge tuition fees. Some Master's programmes and the additional fees charged by some of the federal states are exceptions to this rule.

Proof of Financial Means

Most foreign students study in Germany without a scholarship or grant. Hence, you are strongly advised to assess your own financial means early and realistically. The German foreign missions or aliens registration authorities must be convinced that you have sufficient financial means at your disposal to cover your cost of living for your whole study duration in Germany. This section will give you a breakdown of the cost of living of around 665,- euros in the old regional states (west) and 537,- euros in the new regional states (east). Euro 7100 /= deposited in your account in german bank and montly withdrawl of 585 /=

Contributions to the Studentenwerk (Sozialgebühren)

Each university has a Studentenwerk, a student services organisation, which provides social facilities, such as the student refectory, cafes, student halls of residence and sports facilities. All students pay social contributions for the use of these facilities. At present this amounts to between 18 euros and 46 euros per semester. In addition to collecting the Studentenwerk contributions, some higher education institutions also collect a payment of up to around 92 euros, depending on the respective town, for the so-called Semester Ticket, which entitles students to free-of-charge use of local public transport in and around their university town for six months.

In addition, some federal states require you to pay administrative fees for enrolment, re-registration and other services (such fees can be called "Verwaltungsgebühren", "Verwaltungskostenbeitrag" or "Rückmeldegebühren"). These fees presently amount to around 50.- euros.

Health Insurance

All students are entitled to compulsory statutory health insurance If you are older than 30 years of age on the date of arrival in Germany, you are strongly advised to insure yourself with a private health insurance company, since medical fees and hospital expenses are very high in Germany. For example, just one day in hospital will cost an average of around 205 euros.

Study Materials
Further costs arise, for example, for the purchase of books and study materials. Depending on the discipline studied, these can easily amount to between 230 euros and 307 euros and more per semester. Furthermore, most degree courses today are inconceivable without the use of a personal computer (PC). However, if you do not have your own PC at your disposal, most faculties, schools and departments, or the computer centre, will have a pool of university computers available for use and books are available from library.


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