• Mon - Sat : 10:00 AM to 07:00 PM
Capital city


Per Capita Income

42860.00 USD




German, English


Football, Cycling, Skiing, Boxing, Tennis


Euro (1 Euro = 88.84 INR)

Main Cities

Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt, Cologne, Dresden


Germany’s climate is temperate and marine in the west and humid continental in the east. It has cool winters in the west and cold winters in the east.

Why study in Germany?


  • Low or No Cost of Education
  • Choose From Top Ranked Universities
  • Scholarships for International students
  • Affordable Living
  • Endless Work Opportunities
  • Extensive Focus on Research
  • Travel Europe on Student Visa


Course Wise Cost of Study in Germany

Course Fees

Vocational or Diploma courses€300 per year or INR 26,500 per year
Bachelors Courses€300 per year or INR 26,500 per year
Masters Course€300 per year or INR 26,500 per year
MS€300 to €28,000 per year or INR 26,500 to 25 lacs per year
PhD€300 to €3000 per year or INR 26,500 to 2,65,000 per year


Accommodation costs

On-campus accommodation – 250 € /month

Off-campus accommodation – 365 to 390 €/ month

Utility costs100 to 200 €/ month
Food expenses170 €/ month
Transportation costs25 to 200 €/ month Cost of Living in Germany


IntakeApplication Deadline
Winter: This is the primary intake in Germany which is widely preferred by international students. It starts in September and ends in JulyMid-July
Summer: The summer intake is the second intake in Germany.  Students who miss applying in the winter intake can go for this one. However, there are few courses available at the universities for this intake. It starts in April and ends in AugustMid-January

German student visa checklist for Indians


  • Completed and signed application form
  • Completed declaration
  • Passport
  • Biometric photos
  • Acceptance letter from a German university or foundation course
  • APS certificate
  • Statement of Purpose/Letter of Motivation
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Proof of financial resources
  • Blocked account
  • Declaration of commitment (also known as a declaration of sponsorship or letter of commitment)
  • Scholarship
  • Certificates of past academic achievements
  • Proof of preliminary health insurance that covers the first 3 months in Germany
  • Proof of language skills
  • Prepare the Demand Draft

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