Study in Germany
Here you will find helpful information about your stay in Germany and useful insights from international students. Find out how to plan your studies in Germany and learn what life in Germany is all About.
a. My GUIDE
MyGuide helps you find your way through the richness and diversity of German study Programmes: https://www.myguide.de/en/
b. Study programmes in German universities
- The Higher Education Compass is an information portal of the German Rectors' Conference (Hochschulrektorenkonferenz – HRK) that publishes information from state and state-recognised German universities about their study and doctorate opportunities and international partnerships. All information found in the Higher Education Compass is authorised by the universities and is updated by employees at the universities themselves. Study in Germany - Hochschulkompass
- International Programmes in Germany 2021/2022: One of the most distinctive features of international degree programmes is that they involve a significant amount of compulsory lectures and courses taught in a foreign language, but the language itself is not the focus of academic study for the programme. Other characteristics of these programmes are the award of an international dual degree in conjunction with a higher education institution abroad, or a compulsory period of study or work in another country for a minimum of two Semesters. www.daad.de/international-programmes
- Your access point to German universities: uni-assist evaluates applications by international student applicants for 180 German universities. We evaluate your certificates and show you the way. https://www.uni-assist.de/en/
c. The Studienkollegs in Germany
The Studienkollegs function as a “bridge” to help you adjust from the academic culture in your home country to the academic culture in Germany. In order to do this they offer courses specifically tailored to international university applicants.
d. Database on admission requirements
The database on admission requirements allows international students to check whether they meet the requirements for the degree programme of their choice in Germany. https://www2.daad.de/deutschland/nach-deutschland/voraussetzungen/en/57293-database-on-admission-requirements/
e. Anabin database
The database provides information on the evaluation of foreign educational certificates and supports authorities, employers and private individuals in classifying a foreign qualification in the German education system.
Research in Germany
Germany is a top destination for PhD students, postdocs, and senior scientists. The website “Research in Germany” helps you to find your way to Germany, to seek for PhD positions, research jobs or funding opportunities. It describes the German research landscape and provides you with contacts to institutions and Networks.
Work in Germany
Mor about this topic can be found here.