Germany Educational system

Germany Educational system
Secondary Education
Why
Subjects
Requirements
Higher Education
Why
Types of undergraduate courses
Popular Subjects
Requirements
Deadlines
Complementary Education
Why

Boarding School

Boarding Schools in Germany offer high quality academic programs and world-class facilities for those seeking a premium secondary education. There are 7 boarding schools in Germany, and they all offer the best tools to their national and international students reach success.

Studying in a Boarding School in Germany will not just offer students the best education but allow them to evolve in a bilingual and international atmosphere.

Why

Boarding Schools in Germany offer not only a high-quality education but a wide range of extracurricular activities that complement the students learning process.

The students can attend boarding schools from the age of 5 but the most common entry age is 11. Most of Germany Boarding Schools are highly focused in university preparation, being some engaged to prepare students for top universities as Oxford and Cambridge.

The different levels of study will be – Primary School (grades 1 to 5), Secondary School (grades 6 to 10) and IB Diploma Programme (high standard pre-university qualification)

Subjects

To apply to a Boarding School in Germany, the following documents will be requested:

  • Passport copy
  • Transcripts of the previous 2-3 school years (in English or German)
  • Motivation letter from the student (in English or German)
  • Letter of reference by at least one teacher (in English or German)
Requirements

Undergraduate

Studying in Germany means having a wide range of possibilities and the guarantee of having a high-quality education with a perfect balance between theory and practice learning.

There are three types of universities in Germany – Universities, Universities of Applied Sciences and Colleges of Art, Film and Music, all together offer more than 20.000 undergraduate programs options to their students.

Masters

After completing a bachelor’s degree, you will be ready for moving forward to a master’s degree and get specialized in your field of interest.  Typically, a master has the duration of 4 semesters and can be a Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MSc) or a Master of Engineering (MEng).

Why

Bachelor’s degree is the initial academic degree with a length of six to eight semesters and can be either a Bachelor of Arts for the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences, Bachelor of Sciences (BSc) for Technical and Science fields and Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) for Engineering Sciences fields. Students typically continue their studies for a Master but they ready to face the work world after their Bachelor.

Types of undergraduate courses

Undergraduate

  1. Business administration
  2. Mechanical Engineering
  3. Law
  4. Informatics
  5. Economics
  6. Medicine
  7. German Studies
  8. Psychology
  9. Pedagogy
  10. Electronics

Masters

  1. Electrical Engineering
  2. Computer Science
  3. Automotive Engineering
  4. Chemical Engineering
Popular Subjects

Undergraduate

Requirements can vary regarding the school and the course chosen, however there are some requirements that every student must fill when applying:

  • High School Certificate
  • Letter of motivation
  • Admission test or selection interview (some cases)
  • English test
  • German test (if your course main language is German)

Masters

In order to apply for a master, you will need to have:

  1. Bachelor certificate
  2. Motivation Letter
  3. Curriculum Vitae
  4. English test
  5. German test (if your course main language is German)
Requirements

Undergraduate

The deadlines you should consider are:

15th July – for winter enrolment – October entry

15th January – for summer enrolment – March entry

Masters

Varies as per program or University. Contact us for more information.

Deadlines

Language and Summer Courses

There are 130 million German speakers in the world and is spoken in 5 countries – Germany, Austria, Belgium, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg.  Speaking German is quite a challenge but can a be a game changer for those pursuing professional careers in Tourism, Science and Research.

Learning German in Germany will be an historic experience since this country has so much to offer in this field.

You will be able to choose the lessons charge with options from 20 to 30 lessons per week, or even individual lessons regarding your goal. If you have a professional objective, we can find the perfect fit for you.

The most popular cities to learn Germany will be Berlin and Frankfurt but we can propose you many more options!

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