Why Study in Germany?

  • European education standards rank among the highest in the world.
  • Qualifications are widely recognized and accepted.
  • In Europe multiple institutions offering a wide variety of courses with flexible delivery methods
  • Tuition fees are internationally competitive which, combined with a low cost of living compared to other Western economies, represents good value for money.
  • Educational facilities and teaching resources are of the highest quality.
  • Government legislation and codes of conduct are applicable across the Education spectrum and serve to protect students.
  • Europe offers an attractive lifestyle that is safe, stable and friendly. A multicultural society means international students quickly feel at home.
  • There are opportunities to travel and / or work whilst studying Networks of support exist to help students in all aspects of their stay in European zone.

Facts and figures on Germany’s higher education system

Germans somewhat ironically call their own country “the country of poets and thinkers”. Nonetheless: There are around 400 institutions of higher educations in Germany, many of which offer English-taught study programmes – about 1,000 in total. Many German universities score high in international rankings.

Tuition fees

Not only can you expect a world-class education when you study in Germany. At most universities, it is even for free. That’s right: No matter what country you come from, most schools offer their education completely free of charge. There are, of course, some exceptions: mostly private schools, or study programmes for students with prior professional experience. Good to know: If you decide to stay and work in Germany after graduation, you can often deduct previous tuition fees from your income tax.

Cost of living

Living costs in Germany are relatively modest when compared to other Western European nations. On average, students can get by on 800 euros per month.

Rents in certain metropolitan areas, such as Hamburg or Munich, may be high, although in no way comparable to cities like Paris or London, especially with some flexibility regarding the part of town to live in.

Job market for graduates

Germany is a large economy with countless opportunities for foreign graduates. Unlike many other European nations, Germany’s economy is not centered around one or two specific locations. Industrial hubs are scattered across the country: Hamburg is home to trade and media companies; Munich and Stuttgart are strong in automotive and manufacturing; Frankfurt is the leading financial capital. Strangely, Berlin does not have strong industrial presence but has developed into Europe’s startup capital over recent years.

Speaking German is almost always a prerequisite especially for entry-level jobs. The common exceptions are jobs in tech/IT, and jobs at internationally oriented startups – particularly in startup hubs like Hamburg or Berlin.


Getting in and out of Germany is uncomplicated: Two of its airports, Frankfurt and Munich, are among the world’s largest, together serving several hundred connections in Europe and the world. Within Europe, both train and bus connections are also a viable option due to Germany’s central location and thanks to dense networks of rails and highways.

Germany is located at the heart of Europe, bordering on nine other countries. Clockwise from the North, those are: Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, AustriaSwitzerlandFrance, Luxemburg, BelgiumNetherlands. That makes Germany an ideal destination if you’re eager to explore other parts of Europe, as well.

Within Germany’s cities, you can expect a high standard of public transportation. Most large cities have a subway system, and extensive bus and streetcar line networks are the norm.

How To Apply

You can apply in a German university, If you have one of the following degrees in Pakistan.

(12-Years of Education) FA /FSC / DAE:
You can apply for Studienkolleg (T,W,M KURS)
– Studienkolleg: It is one year prepratory course for international students
– Minimum Marks: 50 %
– Pre-Engineering/DAE Group: This group will apply in the Technical courses
– Pre-Medical Group: This group will apply in the Medical courses.

(14-Years of Education) BA /B.Com / BCS (2-Years):
You can apply for Bachelor’s programs in Germany
Minimum Marks: 50 %

(16-Years of Education) BS / BA (4-Years) MA/MSc (2-Years):
You can apply for Master’s programs in Germany.
Minimum CGPA = 2.5/4.0 OR Minimum Marks: 50 %

(18-Years of Education) M.Phil / MS:
You can apply for PHD programs in Germany. Some universities may require some publications and GRE/GMAT from the applicant.


  • Admission & Visa Invitation, Aic letter, DHL & Documents Translation , Accommodation agreement, visa File preparation
  • Admission takes one week, Invitation 4 Week, Embassy interview appointment may be scheduled after 1-2 months, while visa process time is 10 days. So it is advised please apply at least 4 month before the classes.


An Offer of Acceptance – before a student can apply for a student visa, a valid offer letter from registered institute is required
English Proficiency or an IELTS score is a mandatory requirement and an evidence of this must be included at the time of application for the student visa. 
Diploma/Advance Diploma 5.5 Bands (no module less than 5)
Bachelor & post graduate 6.5 Bands (no module less than 6)


Funds required for visa 
11208 Euro Statement of your blood relation must be shown to embassy that you have sufficient funds to lining in living+ (subject to change with any new policy)


  • BA/BS/MA/MSc Degree Or Provisional Certificate
  • BA/BS/MA/MSc Mark Sheet / Transcript
  • FSc / FA / DAE
  • Matric
  • IELTS with 6.0 Band or higher OR TOEFL with 213 Computer Based
  • German Language Certificate A1,A2, B1, B2 (If your field of studies is going to be lectured in German)
  • Letter of Motivation / Statement of Purpose
  • Two Reference Letters from your academic Professors
  • Offer letter by Educational Institute
  • Original Passport