Germany has become a popular destination for international students seeking international education. German universities offer internationally recognized programs at a relatively low cost compared to the United Kingdom, the United States, or Australia. In addition, there are a large number of salaries that allow foreign students to study in Germany for free.
Free colleges and universities in Germany.
Until October 2014, not all universities in Germany will charge fees for university studies. In a few federal states, universities will incur a semester contribution (about 50 euros) and / or administrative fees (about 50 euros). This tuition fee structure may change in the future, you should check this page for updated information on tuition fees in various federal states in Germany. For example, the federal state imposes tuition fees (1500 per semester for citizens of Baden-Denmark – European Union (for undergraduate, graduate, diploma, and country examination scores).
Unlike postgraduate studies, most master’s or doctoral studies in Germany are fee-based. Postgraduate expenses in addition to registration and confirmation fees. Fortunately, there are a large number of postgraduate and doctoral scholarships in Germany.
Deutschland Stipendium National Scholarship Program.
Deutschland Stipendium (German Scholarship Program) provides financial and non-financial support to outstanding and outstanding students from all over the world. German scholarships support highly talented students at all participating universities in Germany. This grant is granted regardless of personal or parental income and is not a material for granting citizenship. This scholarship is awarded at the amount of 300 € per month and for a period of at least two semesters, but it can be granted for a maximum period that includes the standard period of study.
To find out about higher education institutions in Germany that offer German scholarships, visit the interactive map of Germany at:
DAAD Scholarship Program.
DAAD is a joint venture of German higher education institutions and is primarily responsible for fostering international academic relations through the exchange of students, academics and researchers. The DAAD Scholarship Database includes scholarships and funding opportunities for international students, graduate students, and scholars looking for financial assistance to study, research, or teach in Germany. The database not only lists all scholarships offered by DAAD, but also lists the different programs offered by different organizations.
The DAAD Graduate Development Scholarship Program is the most popular DAAD scholarship program for students in developing countries. Another common example is the DAAD Scholarship in Public Policy and Governance.
Germany Foundation Scholarships.
Many political and religious institutions in Germany offer scholarships for international students with different backgrounds, interests and interests. Students – staff at Berlin.d summarize this list.