Studying in Germany
There are many good reasons for studying in Germany. The 5 main reasons are:
- First-class care and support of international students
- A wide range of degree courses
- Excellent research and teaching
- Close link between theory and practice
- Strong international focus
General information on studies and institutions
This offers all you need to know about exchange and an introduction to studying, research and vocational training in Germany
-Studying in Germany: A good choice for your child
-International Bachelor degree programmes
-Annotated web links
On these pages you will find comprehensive information about German universities, the courses they offer, contacts in Germany and international partnerships.
Abitur and university studies
Applications for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy must be made through the University Admissions Foundation. Click on the link to find out which degree courses are allocated by hochschulstart.de, how to apply to the university of your choice, the criteria used by universities to select applicants and the grade point average necessary for admission in recent semesters.
The network partners are jointly committed to removing barriers to studying at university. In addition, they offer guidance on the right course of study.
Studying in Germany
Courses of study
Click here for information on various courses of study.
Hungary Semmelweis University, Budapest: www.semmelweis-medizinstudium.org
Austria Vienna University: www.univie.ac.at
Netherlands Radboud University, Nijmegen: www.ru.nl/deutsch
University ranking and aptitude test
Click here if you are interested in university rankings and aptitude tests.
Nowadays many institutions support ambitious students who have no financial resources from home. You will find more information here.
International students studying in Germany
Follow this link for more information.
Starting a career
Click here if you would like to know more about career choices and vocational training in Germany.
Between studies and work
If you need more information on exchanges abroad, community or military service, a voluntary social year, etc., please click here.
In this section
- Going to School
- Student Support & Wellbeing
- Health Protection
- University Guidance