For many years, Germany has offered tuition free education at its public universities to international students in English at the graduate level (Masters and Ph.D degrees). However, in a bid to continue to attract more foreign talents at a younger age, it has introduced at the undergraduate level degree programs taught partially or entirely in the English language with no tuition fee.
Germany is renowned for its public universities which are well funded by the Government to ensure continuous high standards at these institutions. Hence, to attract brilliant minds to its economy the German government discontinued undergraduate tuition fees at all universities in the country. Although public universities are tuition fee, you are required to pay a small semester fee. This fee varies with universities.
To qualify as an international student to study in Germany, an "Abitur" or its equivalent is needed. It's a university-preparatory school leaving qualification given to students after their secondary education. If you are from outside the European Union, in most cases the Abitur is not equivalent to the high school diploma given. It is usually compared to A-level or the International Baccalaureate Diploma. Before beginning your application, make sure your certificate is equivalent to the Abitur. You can do this by contacting the university you wish to apply to.
'German Engineering' is a phrase that characterizes just how good Germany is when it comes to engineering. This quality is taught early on from their schools and universities. There are lots of high-ranking universities in Germany that offer engineering courses. 5 have these universities have been selected below to help you with your search for a good engineering university in Germany.
Technical University of Munich
Located in the heart of Munich with campuses in Munich, Garching and Freisinger-Weihenstephan. The Technical University of Munich is one of Germany's leading engineering university. There is a lot of focus on research and innovation which makes it a great destination to earn an engineering degree.
Hamburg University of Technology
The Hamburg University of Technology is one of Germany's youngest universities yet it has achieved popularity in a short time. With an enrollment total of 6,989 students, it is compact but high-class university with a clear profile in research and technology with modern, practice oriented learning methods. You will enjoy project-based learning in small groups and close contact with your teachers.
Mannheim University of Applied Sciences
Mannheim University of Applied Sciences is a public university located in Mannheim, Germany. It offers 33 engineering degree programs at Bachelor's and Master's level.
It is ranked at the top-tier amongst German universities in the area of teaching quality as well as employability of its graduates.
University of Oldenburg
Located in Oldenburg, Germany, the university of Oldenburg is one of the most important and highly regarded engineering university in northwestern Germany. It specializes in engineering studies related to sustainable development and renewable energy with focus on wind and solar energy.
Fulda University of Applied Sciences
Fulda University of Applied Sciences known formerly as Fachhochschule Fulda is a high-ranking university located in Fulda, Germany. It is an engineering university with a strong focus in Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Industrial Engineering and Systems Management.
All these universities are great choices to study engineering. You should visit the official University websites for more details on the available course offered.
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