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About Germany

Germany is a Unique country with the concept of Education without a Tuition Fee. It may seem too good to be true, but there is a perfect explanation behind this Incredible action. A country's development is directly proportioning to Education, Research and Development. Although point seems basic, the German Government invested in Universities for tremendous Research and overthrown the necessity of Tuition Fee, and they have been successful in the implementation of the Formula.

What have they achieved by the Implementation?

For the ones who still wonder in the concept, we will take this opportunity to enlighten the major inventions and famous people of Germany.

German Inventions

Automobile Industry

Benz, Audi, Ford, Opel, Porsche, Volkswagen etc.,

Medicine Industry

Aspirin, X- Rays

Fun Side of German Inventions

Christmas Tree, Bicycle, Contact Lens, Jeans, Gummy Bears - Chocolates, Printing Press

German Nobel Laureates

Albert Einstein ( 14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955 )   

He received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics “for his services to theoretical physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect”,a pivotal step in thedevelopment of quantum theory.
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MaxPlanck     ( 23 April 1858 – 4 October 1947)     

Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck was a German theoretical physicist whose discovery of energy quanta won him the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1918.
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Gustav Ludwig   ( 22 July 1887 – 30 October 1975)       

Gustav Ludwig Hertz was a German experimental physicist & Nobel Prize winner for his work on inelastic electron collisions in gases.
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Carl Bosch     ( 27 August 1874 – 26 April 1940 )      

Carl Bosch was a German chemist,engineer & Nobel Laureate in Chemistry. He was a pioneer in the field of high-pressure industrial chemistry and founder of IG Farben.
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Herta Müller   ( 17 August 1953 – Present) 

Herta Müller is a German novelist, poet, essayist and recipient of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Literature & her works have been translated into more than twenty languages. 

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Bert Sakmann  ( 12 June 1942– Present) 

Bert Sakmann is a German cell physiologist. He shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Erwin Neher in 1991 for their work on “the function of single ion channels in cells,” & invention of the patch clamp.

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What is Studienkolleg?

 

In simple words, Studienkolleg means ” Bridge Course “. According to the German Schooling system, Students undergo 13 years of Academics. 13th Year is allotted for University College Preparatory classes. Below table will give you a clear picture of schooling style of Germany

Where to Study Studienkolleg?

 

Studienkolleg is conducted by the University and University of Applied Sciences. University Studienkolleg will enable you to apply in all the Universities including Applied Sciences Universities. However, Studienkolleg from University of Applied Sciences will be suitable for studying Bachelors at University of Applied Sciences only!
 

13th Year Curriculum:

  • Academic Writing
  • University Application Procedure
  • Presentation Skills
  • According to the Field of Choice, Concentrated training on the core subjects.

University:

Research oriented studies:

Graduating from a University felicitates you to excel in Research.

University of Applied Sciences:

Practical oriented studies:

Studies helps you to convert Theoretical Knowledge to Analytical thinking. It prepares you to pursue a career in the Digital Age.

The above explanation clarifies the differences in between Studienkolleg in Universities and in Applied Sciences Universities

Public Studienkolleg

Usually ties up with Public Universities and are Tuition Free. However, according to the regulations, a minor semester fee will be common. The final examination will enable the opportunity to join any Public University in Germany.

Language requirement:
B1 German
Process:

1.Application Through Uni Assist
2. Direct application

Private Studienkolleg

 

Private Institutes will be having State License to conduct Studienkolleg. It’s crucial to know the final examination conducted by the Institute is valid in German Universities.

Language requirement:
Varies, please check the website of the Private Institute
Process:

Direct Application, please check the website.

T Kurs

For Engineering in Germany

Focus: German, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry


  • Architecture in Germany
  • Civil Engineering in Germany
  • Industrial Engineering in Germany
  • Electrical Engineering in Germany
  • Mechanical Engineering in Germany
  • Naval Architecture in Germany
  • Landscape Planning in Germany
  • Architectural Engineering in Germany
  • Manufacturing Engineering in Germany
  • Mineralogy in Germany
  • Computer Science in Germany
  • Mathematics in Germany
  • Statistics in Germany
  • Physics in Germany
  • Audio Engineering in Germany
  • Chemical Engineering in Germany
  • Textile Engineering in Germany
  • Meteorology in Germany
  • Chemistry in Germany
  • Food Technology in Germany
  • Metallurgy in Germany
  • Geology in Germany
  • Geography in Germany
  • Materials Engineering in Germany
  • Environmental Engineering in Germany
  • Geodedic Engineering in Germany

M Kurs

Medicine, Pharmacy and Biology

Focus: German, Biology, Physics and Chemistry


  • Human Medicine in Germany
  • Dentistry in Germany
  • Veterinary Medicine in Germany
  • Psychology in Germany
  • Biology in Germany
  • Microbiology in Germany
  • Biochemistry in Germany
  • Pharmacy in Germany
  • Nutrition Science in Germany
  • Agricultural Science in Germany

W Kurs

For Management, Economics and more

Focus: German, Mathematics, Economics and Business English
  • Economic Sciences in Germany
  • Information Management in Germany
  • Business Studies in Germany
  • Economics in Germany
  • Home Economics in Germany
  • Social Studies in Germany
  • Sociology in Germany
  • Social Pedagogy in Germany
  • Political Science in Germany
  • Law in Germany
  • Physical Planning in Germany
  • Geography in Germany
  • Social Work in Germany
  • Tourism in Germany
  • Actuarial Science in Germany
  • Marketing in Germany

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