Germany is the dream destination of many as far as engineering and medical line and management studies are concerned.
Admission Procedure: You will send us documents of your academics, CV, any work experience and passport.
We will get you admission letter of Whichever institute or course you would like to apply via pool
You will fill form and start admission process after receiving your Admission letter.
You will do the financials with our guidelines, simultaneously accommodation will be taken care of if possible.
You will do visa filing, embassy dates will be taken mutually or elsewise and then you will visit embassy for your filing procedure
You will get visa, You will pay rest of the fee, we will help you in booking tickets, and then you may fly to Germany.
The Studienkolleg is the subjective course which everyone has to go through after completion of B2 – C1 German Language level and therefore this is also known as 13th year in Germany. This is very important and it is recommended that one should do Private Studienkolleg for better understanding. Studienkolleg M – is for Medical Students; Studienkolleg T – is for Technical or engineering students; Studienkolleg W – is for commerce or management students.
After Studienkolleg one can continue their free Bachelors or Under Graduation Program in Germany itself.
There are certain Private Universities which offer certain Studienkolleg courses but due to low quality and less success rate in FSP exam; we do not recommend that. Rather Studienkolleg has to be done from Language Institutes only.
You can study any degree; relevant in public universities in whole Germany and your studies will be free of any tuition fee.
One has to show 100360 Euros and we would recommend to take some handy cash of Euros as well.
If one has completed any degree from German Public University or Private Business school then there are not even bleak chances that you will not get your job. Rather certain Business Schools and Private Universities have career support and shown 100% placement record.
Always, your accommodation expense can vary from 350 to 600 Euros. Depends from city to city and single or sharing basis. We can help you in that.
Usually processing is of 1 o 2 months.
Not in normal times. But in COVID situation may be we need. Whereas which medical insurance need to be done from India we will help you with that as well.
If you have 60% in 12th and have MOI with all the studies done in English, then you can get admission without IELTS.
Yes, on a student visa you can do. But if you are going on Language + Studienkolleg then for first few months to 1 year you are not allowed by many regions.
Anywhere between 7 Euros to 15 Euros per hour. If you know German you get better amount per hour.
We need only fresh funds needn’t be old. It can be done by parents only. We will do in German bank only from India.
Local authorities will help in doing so and your institute helps as well.
Yes of course even faster than Canada, Australia or New Zealand.
Yes, you should at least upto A2.1 level you should learn. It will be good for your job and part time job and interaction skills.
You would require at least more than 55% to 60% in Bachelors for any type of Masters in Germany. We recommend you have IELTS score or else there are options where you can get IELTS waiver.
Yes, it has certain timeline with a basic benchmark on salary level for different fields. After studies you usually get in 3 years.
4 Lacs to 10 lacs is the range.
We can apply again free of cost.
Minimum 4 to 6 Months.
Germany needs thousands of Nurses. The whole expense you require for fee is maximum 7 lacs.
No other is providing you German Level A1 and A2 included.
Other countries are not providing you much and up to date practical exposure whereas Germany is via Paid internships and direct jobs for nurses.
It is important that you approve your previous degree while studying Language course and then sit for Fachsprachsprufung and Knowledge Test i.e. Kenntnisprufung after which you may apply for your specialization.
It is definitely recommended but not mandatory.
Your spouse will require A1 level German language from us before applying spouse visa and they can apply visa once your studies are completed and you are working with a minimum required benchmark of salary.
No, In Germany there is no such official rankings. They have created same atmosphere and standard of teaching the modules and practical modules in all the university at same implementable platform.
Depends upon profile to profile.
You should learn German from CIL they are providing top notch language experience via online classes to Russians, Indians and other countries.
We can provide that as well.
We would recommend that Organizational or Business psychology courses are better and have more jobs than others.
Nurses from abroad like India can come to Germany via Language bridge course and work permit given as we have special Nurses projects.