Everyone wants to get a master’s degree in Germany. To do this, first of all, bachelor’s degree students must obtain all information about the university of their choice and admission rules. Application forms for masters are different. These rules can include language skills, references, and special application forms.
What is the most interesting question for students who want to get a master’s degree in this area? What is important to know to get a master’s degree in Germany? You can find the answers to all the questions below.
Master’s Rules in Germany:
Certificate – Certificates identifying German or English are important. These are TOEFL or IELTS for English; DSH, TestDaF or Goethe Institute Certificate for German.
Possibility to go to Germany without knowing German – Of course it is possible. You can go there without knowledge of German and the German language, and you can take German language classes before you start your education. In this case, in order for your visa application to Germany to be successful, you must submit a Higher Education Conditional Admission document along with the Language Course registration.
Anyone can take language courses in Germany. In Germany, you can only study German in special language schools, and you can apply for a language teaching visa at the Embassy.
Before starting their studies in their specialty, every foreign student must pass a German language test (DSH or Test DaF) and obtain high results in this exam in order to receive higher education.
Education and Work – Along with studying in Germany, every student has the opportunity to work. So students Yes, they are allowed to work 180 and a half days or 90 full days a year.
Chance to stay in Germany – One of the most interesting questions for students is the possibility of staying in Germany after graduation. Thus, students are allowed to stay in Germany after graduating from university. However, if you can find a job within a year, it is possible to get a permit to stay attached to this job.
To continue education in Germany – If you have a higher education diploma from any university in your country, you can continue your master’s degree for 2 years. You can continue your Master’s degree either in the specialty you graduated from or in the departments relevant to your specialty. In fact, higher education programs are designed to improve the knowledge gained. In some countries, entrance exams for master’s degree are held. However, there is no need for such an exam in Germany. There are about 1,000 such higher education programs in Germany, both in German and English.
Specialty change – This is possible. However, since higher education is based on the knowledge gained in primary higher education, it is necessary to take initial training courses when changing a specialty or department.
Scholarship – For a scholarship for a master’s degree in a German university, it is necessary to take part in language exams (paid) held by the Goethe Institute 3 times a year.
Tuition Fee – In Germany, there is generally no tuition fee. At almost every university, you have to pay an average of 500 euros every six months. Other expenses (rent, health insurance, food, books, etc.) range from 350 to 750 euros, depending on the city.
Term – Bachelor’s degree is 3 years, master’s degree is 2 years. Doctoral education can last for 3 or 4 years, depending on the specialty.
Documents for visas – The embassy offers a 3-month student visa to enter Germany. The purpose of issuing this visa is to apply to and register at the desired university. This becomes a student visa within 3 months after registration at German universities. Documents submitted for this visa:
Certificate and diploma of higher education, 4-year university admission document
- Warranty document
- Valid passport
- 3 pictures
For visas obtained after university registration:
- Admission to any German University
- Certificate and diploma of higher education, 4-year university admission document
- Warranty document (Sponsorship)
- Valid passport
- 3 pictures
Warranty document i- A guarantee or sponsorship document is a document issued by a person who meets the student’s needs during his / her stay in Germany. This document can be given by anyone close to you.
Living – There are both private and official student dormitories where you can stay. Prices range from 200 to 300 euros. Rooms are single. You can rent a house privately. But for you it can be expensive (300-500 euros) and it is not very advisable.
Degrees -The following degrees are given in the newly established and widespread English-German higher education programs in German universities:
- Undergraduate: Equivalent to a higher education diploma
- Graduate: Equivalent to a master’s degree
- Post-graduate: Equivalent to a doctorate
language course – Those who have little or no knowledge of German must complete a language course in Germany and continue a language course for about a year in order to receive a Certificate of Advanced German. These people who come with a language study visa can later convert to a student visa if they accept the visa from the university.
Two-year master’s degree – If you earn a two-year master’s degree, you can apply for a master’s degree in Germany after graduating from this course in Azerbaijan and receiving your diploma.
Transition to Europe – It is possible to study in Germany and transfer to German or European universities. However, the university you want to transfer to may have transition conditions in this regard.