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Study in Europe

Study in Europe - one of the popular study abroad destinations for international students after the USA and the UK.

Germany has a long history of academic partnerships with India. Many great intellectuals have visited India over the years to conduct research on ancient Indian texts and have published translations of works like the Vedas, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Both the World Wars and the perception of Germany after the wars and the split and the unification of the country are all recorded in history. What needs to be examined is the sheer perseverance and skill with which Germany rebuilt itself and the great advancements made in science and technology accomplished by German engineers. A fair bit of credit for this goes to German universities that offer top-quality education.

Why study in Europe?

Germany is a great place for students to live and study. If you can secure on-campus accommodation it is a good deal for you. You can cross-check if you can sign-up for meal plans or if your on-campus residence halls allow you to do your own cooking in shared kitchen or en-suite kitchens. Alternatively, if you can afford to live in a private apartment near your campus that’s a good choice as well. A private apartment will not force you to stick to strict timings and will allow you to retain your independence.

Germany offers a fascinating life experience. Be it football, food, music or the environment, there are strong opinions among the public for every cause.


Living in Europe

It’ll be a cultural shock getting used to the new life in the country, at the same time things can be quite straightforward. Students who are fond of living a life without chaos, in a systematic order, will find themselves delighted with their experience.

Cultural Aspects

The people of Germany are professional with their approach to work, and they enjoy life as well. Every now and then there are several festivals, holidays and events in major areas that make the place a happening one.

Finding Accommodation

Angels Immigration recommends that as you start your new phase of life in Germany, you will not be too fluent in the German language, hence try to consult a local real estate agent. This is because the rental agreements are often difficult to comprehend, due to which you may end up paying additional costs. Knowing that, fact is real estate agents can also charge money on the higher side which is mostly two months of your rent amount.

Living Standards

Despite the high standards of living in Germany, note that all accommodations will not have a kitchen sink, bath fittings, cabinets, light fixtures, stove, etc. You can find second hand goods at reasonable rates by going through the Internet or classifieds in local newspapers. Also, few apartments have laundry section in their basement that you can use at minimal rates.


A special endorsement that is added to a passport that governments issue to students who are enrolled at qualified educational institutions.

Schengen Visa

A Schengen Visa is mandatory for tourist or business purposes in Germany and other Schengen countries. It entitles the Schengen visa holder to visit Germany and/or the other Schengen countries for a total of up to 90 days within a period of 6 months from the date of issue.

Student Visa

A student visa is required by Indian students, who wish to pursue higher education in Germany and HAVE SECURED ADMISSION in a German college or University.

Internship/Training Visa

An internship or training visa is required by Indian Nationals, who wish to take up internship or training in companies in Germany.

Guest Scientist Visa

A guest scientist visa is required by Indian scientists, who wish to take up research work or post-doctorate studies in Germany.

Employment Visa

An employment visa is required by Indian Nationals, who HAVE SECURED a job in Germany.

Visa for Speciality Cooks

A visa for speciality cooks is required by Indian Nationals, who wish to work as cooks/chefs in Indian restaurants in Germany.

Working in Europe

Germany is a country built on immigration. Every year it welcomes lots of foreign workers across diverse occupations or job types. The areas include engineers, scientists, artists, hospitality experts, religious people, researchers, nurses, investors, farmers, athletes, and more. To legally work in Germany, you must obtain the required permission from authorities. Every type of employment has its own set of requirements for admission, with respective terms & conditions and authorized time period to stay in Germany. It is mandatory to comply with the terms of application and the petition for admissions plus visa. Note that any violations with these shall result in removal of visa and even lead to rejection for re-entry into Germany.

Temporary (Nonimmigrant) Worker

A temporary worker (H1B) is for skilled workers enter into Germany temporarily for a fixed duration and specified purpose.

Permanent (Immigrant) Worker

A permanent worker (PR) is issued to individuals who are permitted to permanently work and live in Germany.

Students and Exchange Visitors

Under a certain set of circumstances the students and exchange visitors can work in Germany. For this they will have to obtain permission from their University.

University Spot Lights

Popular Universities

  1. 1. Technical University of Munich
  2. 2. Technical University of Berlin
  3. 3. University of Hagen, Hagen
  4. 4. RWTH Achen University, Achenl
  5. 5. Accadis University of Applied Sciences, Bad Homburg

Test requirements in Europe

English is the official language of many countries in Europe. To get studies in Europe, every student needs to have a minimum level of effectiveness in that language and prove the same to the authorities of her/his university as well as Immigration authorities for visa. The tried and tested method for bettering the levels in English is by preparing and appearing for the International English language Testing System (IELTS) test. All leading University websites have a certain minimum score that is needed to be scored by the student for the desired program that the student needs to study.

Qualifying Exams & Coaching

  1. 1. GRE for Masters Degrees in Mechanical Engineering/ Automobile Engineering.
  2. 2. TOEFL for English Language Proficiency
  3. 3. IELTS for English Language Proficiency
  4. 4. TestDaf for German Language Proficiency

Europe's Education Cost

The expenses to be incurred for studying in Germany can comprise of tuition fees, living costs and insurance etc. The cost also depends on what degree you are pursuing i.e. Technical, Management etc. and also varies according to the type of institutes i.e. public or private. Most of the technical programs in Germany will not be having any tuition fees and the students would have to pay a minimal amount of approximately € 500 per semester. The living cost in Germany is approximately € 8700 per year. However if the student is going for any of the business programs then the average tuition fee would be approximately € 11000 to € 14000.

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