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About Germany

Germany is known as the Motor of Europe. The most economically properous country in the European Union with highest industrial production and highest export base. Germany is the place where the concepts originate. Of the world’s 500 largest stock-market-listed companies measured by revenue in 2010, the Fortune Global 500, 37 are headquartered in Germany. 30 Germany-based companies are included in the DAX, the German stock market index. Well-known global brands are Mercedes-Benz, BMW, SAP, Siemens, Volkswagen, Adidas, Audi, Allianz, Porsche, Bayer, Bosch, and Nivea.Germany is recognised for its specialised small and medium enterprises. Around 1,000 of these companies are global market leaders in their segment and are labelled hidden champions.

 

Why Study in Germany?

Along with superior technological edge, Germany is also a country of highest quality intellectual tradition. It is the country where the concept of modern Universities has taken its root under the Humboldt Model. Laterwards, American Universities followed that model and became very successful. Germany’s achievements in the sciences have been significant, and research and development efforts form an integral part of the economy. The Nobel Prize has been awarded to 103 German laureates.For most of the 20th century, German laureates had more awards than those of any other nation, especially in the sciences (physics, chemistry, and physiology or medicine).Germany has been the home of many famous inventors and engineers, such as Johannes Gutenberg, credited with the invention of movable type printing in Europe; Hans Geiger, the creator of the Geiger counter; and Konrad Zuse, who built the first fully automatic digital computer. German inventors, engineers and industrialists such as Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin, Otto Lilienthal, Gottlieb Daimler, Rudolf Diesel, Hugo Junkers and Karl Benz helped shape modern automotive and air transportation technology. Aerospace engineer Wernher von Braun developed the first space rocket and later on was a prominent member of NASA and developed the Saturn V Moon rocket, which paved the way for the success of the US Apollo program. Heinrich Rudolf Hertz‘s work in the domain of electromagnetic radiation was pivotal to the development of modern telecommunication.

Germany is one of the leading countries in developing and using green technologies. Companies specializing in green technology have an estimated turnover of €200 billion. Key sectors of Germany’s green technology industry are power generation, sustainable mobility, material efficiency, energy efficiency, waste management and recycling, and sustainable water management.

German Univerisities are world renowned with world reputed Professors and researchers working in world class institutes like Fraunhofer Society and Max Planck Institute. Most of the cutting edge researches in Automotive (Daimler Benz, BMW, Volkswagen), Energy (ABB, Siemens), Sports Goods (Adidas, Puma), Insurance (Allianz), Clothing and Apparel (Hugo Boss, Escada), Information and Communication Technology (SAP, T-Mobile, Alcatel, Deutsche Telecom) are happening in Germany. This gives the students the necessary industrial exposure along with their normal study course.

Top five programs

  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Arts & Culture

Education System in Germany

Germany is one of the favorite study destinations among South Asian students for higher education. There are more than 350 state and private universities offering a variety of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs. There are more than 250,000 foreign students currently studying in Germany, of which about 10,000 are South Asian. German universities have affordable tuition fees, which is one of the prime reasons to attract South Asian students in German universities.

Though it is advisable to know a little German to sustain yourself in Germany, there are more than 500 International Degree Programmes which are taught in English and you need not be fluent in the German language.

Types of Universities:

1. Universities (Universität) or Technical University (Technische Hochschule)
2. Universities of applied sciences (Fachhochschule)
3. Colleges of art / Colleges of music (Kunsthochschule/Musikhochschule)
4. Private and Church Sponsored Institutions


The New German Education System

As part of the Bologna process the German higher education system is transformed to fit the Bachelor and Master structure by the year 2010.

Bachelor

Though recognized and known the world over, the Bachelor degree is fairly new to Germany. To obtain a Bachelors degree you need to have 180 study points in European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The study period is minimum 3 years. You can get the following degrees after completing your Bachelor’s Program.

  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.)
  • Bachelor of Music (B.Mus.)
  • Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)

Master

A Bachelors degree forms the basis for the next academic step is a Masters degree. One or two year study program equals 120 ECTS points. A Bachelors degree is required to apply for a Masters study program. A Masters degree is valued the same as a German ‘Diplom’ or ‘Magister’ degree.

 

Master types:

  • Master of Arts (M.A.)
  • Master of Science (M.Sc.)
  • Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
  • Master of Laws (LL.M.)
  • Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)
  • Master of Music (M.Mus.)
  • Master of Education (M.Ed.)

Doctorate / PhD

You can apply for a PhD after completing your Master’s program. You would be required to write a dissertation and give an oral exam to attain the Doctorate title (PhD). Students that are working on their dissertation are called Doktoranden.

Major Intakes

  • January
  • September

Required Tests In Germany

For English Language proficiency IELTS or TOEFL are required before the university confirms admission. The IELTS is organized by the British Council and results take 2-3 weeks.
The minimum scores usually required are 6.0 to 7.0 for IELTS and 213 to 250 (CBT) for TOEFL.
For MBA programs in good universities, a good GMAT score is required, in addition to IELTS or TOEFL scores and work experience of 2-3 years, in addition to decent academic performance at the Bachelor’s level.

Cost of Education

For international students, Education is free mean there is no tuition fee. There is semester ticket fee which is different in different cities. There are also private universities which take tuition fee and it’s easy to take admission there, but the cost for tuition is form €3,000 to €30,000 up to the course.

Bachelor, Master            Tuition Free universities or 500/per semester (Few universities)

Under Graduation (3-4yrs) €3,500 to €8,500 per year(at some top universities it can cost up to €25000 per year)
Post Graduation €2,500 to €11,000 per year(at some top universities it can cost up to €52000 per year)
Scholarships €1000-€2000.per month

Ten postdoctoral fellowships for the research program Europe in the Middle East—The Middle East in Europe (EUME)

Call for applications
The Berlin-based Forum Transregionale Studien invites scholars to apply for
ten postdoctoral fellowships for the research program
Europe in the Middle East—The Middle East in Europe (EUME)
Closing Date: 15 January 2013
p. 2 Europe in the Middle East—The Middle East in Europe (EUME) seeks to rethink
key concepts and premises that link and divide Europe and the Middle East. The program
draws on the international expertise of scholars in and outside of Germany and is
embedded in university and extra-university research institutions in Berlin. It supports
historical-critical philology, rigorous engagement with the literatures of the Middle East
and their histories, the social history of cities and the study of Middle Eastern political
and philosophical thought (Christian, Jewish, Muslim, and secular) as central fields of
research not only for area or cultural studies, but also for European intellectual history
and other academic disciplines. The program explores modernity as a historical space
and conceptual frame.
The program puts forward three programmatic ideas:
1) supporting research that demonstrates the rich and complex historical legacies and
entanglements between Europe and the Middle East; 2) reexamining genealogical
notions of mythical ‘beginnings’, ‘origins’, and ‘purity’ in relation to culture and society;
and 3) rethinking key concepts of a shared modernity in light of contemporary cultural,
social, and political entanglements that supersede identity discourses as well as national,
cultural or regional canons and epistemologies that were established in the nineteenth
century.
EUME supports and builds upon the following interconnected research fields:
Cities Compared: Urban Change in the Mediterranean and Adjacent Regions
This research group is directed by Ulrike Freitag and Nora Lafi, both of the Zentrum
Moderner Orient, Berlin. It contributes to the debate on plurality, citizenship and civil
society from the historical experience of conviviality and socio-cultural, ethnic, and
religious differences in the cities around the Mediterranean;
Islamic Discourse Contested: Middle Eastern and European Perspectives
is directed by Gudrun Krämer, Institute for Islamic Studies, Freie Universität Berlin. It
analyzes modern Middle Eastern thought and discourses in the framework of theories of
multiple or reflexive modernities;
Perspectives on the Qur’an: Negotiating Different Views of a Shared History
is directed by Angelika Neuwirth, Seminar for Arabic Studies, Freie Universität Berlin,
and Stefan Wild, Universität Bonn. This research group situates the foundational text of
Islam within the religious and literary landscape of late antiquity, early Islamic History
and Arabic philology, and combines a historicization of its genesis with an analysis of its
hermeneutics, its reception and perception in Europe and the Middle East;
Travelling Traditions: Comparative Perspectives on Near Eastern Literatures
is directed by Friederike Pannewick, Centrum für Nah- und Mitteloststudien, Philipps-
Universität Marburg, and Samah Selim, Rutgers University. This research group
reassesses literary entanglements and processes of canonization between Europe and the Middle East.
Tradition and the Critique of Modernity: Secularism, Fundamentalism and Religion
from Middle Eastern Perspectives
is a special forum, directed by Amnon Raz-Krakotzkin, Ben-Gurion University, that
attempts to rethink key concepts of modernity like secularity, tradition, or religion in the
context of the experiences, interpretations, and critiques of Jews, Arabs, and Muslims in
the Middle East and in Europe.
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The fellowships are intended primarily for scholars of art history, history, literature,
museology, philology, political philosophy, political science, religion and sociology
who want to carry out their research projects in connection with the Berlin program.
Applicants should be at the postdoctoral level and should have obtained their doctorate
within the last seven years. Fellows gain the opportunity to pursue research projects of
their own choice within the framework of one of the above-mentioned research fields
and in relation to the overall program Europe in the Middle East—The Middle
East in Europe (EUME). Successful applicants will be fellows of EUME at the Forum
Transregionale Studien, and associate members of one of the university or non-university
research institutes listed below.
As a rule, the fellowships start on 1 October 2013 and will end on 31 July 2014.
Postdoctoral fellows will receive a monthly stipend of 2.500 € plus supplement
depending on their personal situation. Organisational support regarding visa, insurances,
housing, etc. will be provided. Fellows are obliged to work in Berlin and to help shape the
seminars and working discussions related to their research field. The working language
of EUME is English.
Application Procedure
An application should be made in explicit relation to one of the research fields and
consist of
— a curriculum vitae
— a project description (no longer than five pages), stating what the scholar will
work on in Berlin if granted a fellowship
— a sample of scholarly work (maximum 20 pages from an article, conference
paper, or dissertation chapter)
— a letter of recommendation by one university instructor. It can be sent as a
seperate e-mail.
The application should be submitted by e-mail as four separate word documents or
PDF files in English and should be received by 15 January 2013, sent in to
eume@trafo-berlin.de
Europe in the Middle East—The Middle East in Europe (EUME)
c/o Forum Transregionale Studien
Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin
Attn: Georges Khalil
Wallotstrasse 19, 14193 Berlin
Fax +49 30 – 89 00 12 00
Institutional Framework
Europe in the Middle East—The Middle East in Europe (EUME) has been initiated
in 2006 as a joint research program of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and
Humanities, the Fritz Thyssen Foundation and the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin. It
builds upon the previous work of the Working Group Modernity and Islam (1996-2006).
Since 2011 EUME is continued at the Forum Transregionale Studien.
In scholary terms EUME is directed by a Collegium that currently consists of the
following persons: Ulrike Freitag (Zentrum Moderner Orient), Cilja Harders (Otto-
Suhr-Institut für Politikwissenschaft, FU Berlin), Gudrun Krämer (Institut für
Islamwissenschaft, FU Berlin), Nora Lafi (Zentrum Moderner Orient), Angelika Neuwirth
(Seminar für Semitistik und Arabistik, FU Berlin), Friederike Pannewick (Centrum
für Nah- und Mitteloststudien/Arabistik, Philips-Universität Marburg), Amnon Raz-
Krakotzkin (Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva), Samah Selim (Rutgers University), Stefan
Weber (Museum für Islamische Kunst, Berlin), and Stefan Wild (Islamwissenschaft,
Universität Bonn).
The Forum Transregionale Studien is a research platform of the Land of Berlin designed
to promote research that connects systematic and region-specific questions in a
perspective that addresses entanglements and interactions beyond national, cultural or
regional frames. The Forum works in tandem with established institutions and networks
engaged in transregional studies and is supported by an association of the directors of
universities, research institutes and networks mainly based in Berlin. It supports four
research programs: Zukunftsphilologie: Revisiting the Canons of Textual Scholarship,
Rechtskulturen: Confrontations Beyond Comparison, Global Prayers: Redemption
and Liberation in the City and Europe in the Middle East—The Middle East in
Europe (EUME). The Forum Transregionale Studien cooperates with the Max Weber
Stiftung and is funded by the Senate of Berlin.
For more information on the Forum please see www.forum-transregionale-studien.de.
For further information on EUME and for detailed information on the research fields,
please see www.eume-berlin.de.
For information on the research institutions in Berlin participating in EUME, please visit
— Berlin Graduate School Muslim Cultures and Societies, FU Berlin
www.bgsmcs.fu-berlin.de
— Center for Middle Eastern and North African Politics, FU Berlin
www.polsoz.fu-berlin.de/vorderer-orient
— Corpus Coranicum, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities
www.koran.bbaw.de
— Zentrum Moderner Orient
www.zmo.de
— Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School of Literary Studies, FU Berlin
www.fsgs.fu-berlin.de/en/
— Institute for Islamic Studies, FU Berlin
www.geschkult.fu-berlin.de/en/e/islamwiss
— Museum for Islamic Art
www.smb.museum/isl
— Seminar for Arabic Studies, FU Berlin
www.geschkult.fu-berlin.de/en/e/semiarab
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Europe VS UK VS Australia

Europe VS UK VS Australia

Free Education in Germany Master admission in Information and other Engg courses (Study in English)

Dear Students,

Why study nationally and pay more when you have opportunity to study international and pay nothing.

Study free in German  universities without paying any fee “Free Education”.in Top universities.Student with BSC(4 Years)or BE (4 years) + IELTS 6.0 or better  are eligible for admission.

Master  of  Electronics Engineering or Information Engineering
Master Communication & information Technology
Master in Polymer Techonology.
Master in Medical Systems Engineering
Master in Information and Automation Engineering
Master in Economics and Finance
Master in International Tourism Management

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