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Is studying in Germany really free?

Posted on March 28, 2022
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Is studying in Germany really free

Unlike the biased prediction of people who believe that Indian students mostly choose English-speaking countries like the US, Canada, UK, and Australia; Germany witnesses more students from India. A country like Germany is a home for some of the best Universities that provide free education – It comes with a few objections.


Why to study in Germany?

Germany is one of the top countries that provide the best education for students seeking to build their careers abroad. Unlike the biased prediction of people who believe that Indian students mostly choose English-speaking countries like the US, Canada, UK, and Australia; Germany witnesses more students from India. According to the survey report shared by the Ministry of External Affairs, 21,000 Indian students are currently studying in Germany.

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Why are students picking Germany to pursue their education?

A country like Germany is home to some of the best universities and provides an education utterly free of cost.

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List of Universities you can opt for free Education in Germany

All the Public Universities offer free education in Germany. About 300 public universities are offering more than 1,000 educational programs.

Here are some of the largest public universities:

  • University of Cologne
  • Ludwig Maximilians University Munich (LMU)
  • Goethe University Frankfurt
  • RWTH Aachen University
  • University of Münster
  • Ruhr University Bochum
  • University of Duisburg-Essen
  • Universität Hamburg
  • FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • Technical University of Munich (TUM)
  • University of Würzburg

*Willing to study in Germany? Y-Axis is here to guide you through all the procedures. 

However, there are a few challenges that need to be looked into:

Free courses are provided by public universities

Remember that you need to pay the course fee to study the programs offered by private universities. These course fees are comparatively different from countries like Ireland or the UK. Private universities in Germany are inclined to offer specialized programs also.

Consecutive and non-consecutive Masters study programs

Consecutive programs help you immediately register yourself for after you complete Bachelor’s degree. Whereas non-consecutive study programs usually require the students to own work experience. These non-consecutive programs are paid courses, even at government universities in Germany.

Baden-Württemberg’s public universities charge course fees

Baden-Württemberg is a state in southwest Germany that charges course fees from EU/EEA students. It includes the number of universities in

  • Stuttgart
  • Karlsruhe
  • Mannheim
  • Freiburg
  • Heidelberg and other places.

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The course fees are in the range of 1,500 EUR per semester.

A few federal states charge fees ranging from 500 to 650 EUR per semester if you choose to register and join a secondary degree study program. You can acquire this degree when you;

  • Enroll yourself in a non-consecutive Master’s program,
  • Enroll yourself in Graduate study programs even though you own a UG degree that specializes in other subjects or streams, or
  • Enroll yourself in a PG/Master’s program even though you possess a PG degree in another stream of study.

Need expertise guidance to study in Germany? Contact Y-Axis, the World’s No.1 study overseas consultant. 

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