How to study in Germany in English
- International students who do not speak German may find it hard to gather the right information on how to study in Germany in English, particularly at undergraduate level. Although many students attracted to study in Germany are motivated by the free tuition, finding free English-language programs at public universities is not easy. This is because the majority of undergraduate courses at German universities are taught in German.
- The International Program search tool from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) currently finds 98 bachelor programs taught completely in English, many of which have the word 'international' in their title. When the search is narrowed down to show only bachelor's degrees with no tution fees, only 55 programs remain.
- So, you you may need to pay tuition fees at a private university in order to study your chosen course in Germany in English. This is not a necessarily a catastrophe - the fees may still be lower than those in other popular study destinations.
- Another search tool, offered by Study-in.de, currently finds 196 English-taught bachelor's degrees in Germany. Again, some of these are offered by private universities who set their own fees, many of which are below Euro 10,000 (~US$10,500) per semester.
- As an example, the private Jacobs University Bremen is the only German university to appear in the search tools offering
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- Apr 26,2017