La bibliothèque philologique de l'université libre de Berlin (© picture-alliance/dpa)
(© picture-alliance/dpa)
If you’re looking to study or research abroad, why not come to Germany, Land of Ideas? Higher education in Germany stands for numerous innovations, increasing internationality and strong support for cutting-edge research. Many degree programmes have already been converted into internationally recognised bachelor’s and master’s as part of the Bologna Process, and the trend is continuing. Among them are a large number of joint programmes run in collaboration with universities in other countries, as well as more than 1,000 programmes offered in English that take an international approach and are aimed particularly at international students. And the benefits of German universities don’t stop there: you’ll find quality service, good support and no tuition fees.

A varied higher education landscape

Prospective students will find high-quality programmes all over Germany that will cater for their particular interests and needs. Our 423 institutes of higher education, including universities and colleges of applied sciences, fine arts, education, theology and public administration, offer a huge choice of subjects and degree courses. There’s something for everyone in the complete spectrum of disciplines: languages, media studies, cultural studies, law, economics, the social sciences, art, music, theatre, design, medicine, agriculture, forestry, home economics and nutrition science. For every interest, you’ll find a corresponding course. Use the selection assistant to help you choose:

https://www.study-in.de/en/plan-your-studies/find-programme-and-university/

Amphitéâtre d'une université allemande (© dpa/picture-alliance)
(© dpa/picture-alliance)
Many scholarships available

When it comes to organising and funding a period of study or research in Germany, your most important point of contact is the German Academic Exchange Service. Better known by its German acronym, DAAD, it is the world’s biggest funding organisation for international exchanges among students and academic staff. In 2013, the DAAD provided funds for more than 50,000 foreign undergraduates, PhD students and teaching staff. There is a vast array of funding programmes that can provide the effective, tailored help that prospective exchange candidates need to embark on a stay in Germany. This might be a classic PhD scholarship, a grant for a relatively short research visit or a scholarship for a year, a semester or just a brief stay. A number of foundations in Germany also award scholarships. Beneficiaries are selected in line with the foundations’ own criteria and specific remits.

Doctoral students and other academics or scientists interested in university research at the highest level will find those German universities particularly relevant that have been successful in the Excellence Initiative. Forty-five graduate schools, forty-three clusters of excellence and eleven universities’ institutional strategies secured the five years of funding attached to that recognition in 2012. More information is available here: http://www.bmbf.de/

Federal Ministry of Education and Research

Federal Ministry of Education and Research

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

Logo du Office allemand d'échanges universitaires (© DAAD)

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

DFG Video portal on the Excellence Initiative

L'université Humboldt de Berlin (© Picture-Alliance/dpa)

DFG portal on the Excellence Initiative

Recognition of educational qualifications obtained abroad

Cours d'Allemand pour des étrangers

www.anabin.kmk.org

German Institutes of Technology

Logo des « TU9 » (© TU9)

Information on the TU9 group of technical universities

German Institutes of Technology

Higher-Education Compass

Hochschulkompass

Information of the Conference of Rectors and Presidents of Universities and other Higher Education Institutions in the Federal Republic of Germany

Higher-Education Compass
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