Germany or UK is where I intend on studying?
Asked by Adeola over 1 year ago
The United Kingdom is known for having the best universities in the world and an easy visa process, whereas Germany is known for providing free education (for students with distinction) and high-quality education. Although both are excellent options, there are five critical factors to consider before deciding whether to study in Germany or the United Kingdom. These important factors include eligibility, study costs, top universities, and the process and ease of obtaining a post-study visa or PR visa. Students are eligible: The United Kingdom vs. Germany:
A postgraduate course requires an undergraduate degree from the UK or abroad.
You must have completed at least 13 years of education to be eligible for undergrad study.
Pre-university qualifications such as UK A-levels, Scottish Highers, or National Diplomas are required.
It is necessary to submit a Statement of Purpose (SOP), essays, and a letter of recommendation (LOR).
You must either have 58% or higher in English subject in intermediate or take the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Test Of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or Pearson Test of English to demonstrate language proficiency (PTE).
To be admitted to management courses in the UK, you must take the GMAT.
Admission to science courses also requires a GRE score.
International students with prior work experience are also preferred by British universities.
Each university in Germany has its own set of eligibility requirements.
Feststellungspruefung is a university entrance exam in Germany.
The cut-off mark for Indian students who have passed JEE Advanced is only 50%.
Entrance Qualification, Transcript of Grades, Proof of German Language Proficiency, ID or Valid Passport Copies, and Letter of Motivation (Optional) documents must be submitted for a Bachelor's degree.
Recognized Bachelor Degree, Transcript of Grades, Proof of Language Proficiency (German or English), Motivation Letter, Important References, and Work Experiences (Optional) documents must be submitted for a Master's degree.
University Admission Letter, Proof of Financial Resources "Finanzierungsnachweis", Proof of Health Insurance Coverage, University Entrance Qualification, and Proof of Language Proficiency are the other documents that Indian students must submit.
Only after completing a relevant subject course equivalent to a German bachelor's degree can you apply for a German post-graduate programme.
If you do not have an Indian master's degree, you will be restricted to certain subjects and will be required to take a preparatory course.
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