Hello, I am studying engineering 2 year... I want to do my masters in computer science in Germany. I literally have no idea what are the terms and conditions and even about the exams that I should give Can u give me some information regarding this...?

Asked by Ananya over 2 years ago

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Muthanna Qudimat

Muthanna Qudimat

Microsoft Student Ambassador | A BCA Undergrad Student

Hey Ananya, how are you?

It’s absolutely fine if you don’t have all the information about the exams, process etc. That’s what I’m here for! 

As far as the exams are concerned, many universities use the GRE score to test the candidate’s academic ability along with an IELTS/TOEFL score for English proficiency and Goethe/DSH for German proficiency. The score requirements for all the universities are different. 

But here’s the catch, there are some universities that do not have some of these exam requirements as well and invite students on the basis of their previous academic record and have application requirements like SOPs and LORs. 

The whole point is that the requirements and admission process is different across universities so you need to, first of all, decide what universities do you wish to target.

Does all of this seem like a lot to do? Don’t worry I’ve got you covered here as well. 

You can get in touch with experts at  https://bit.ly/3zzeq0o  They will first evaluate your profile and then guide you for the best universities and how you can apply to them. 

Was this helpful? Let me know if you want me to give you a more detailed analysis of the admission process in Germany. 


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Sonali Bisht

Sonali Bisht

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Pursuing a Master’s in Computer Science in Germany is an excellent choice for advancing your career in tech. To qualify for these programs, you’ll typically need a Bachelor’s degree in computer science, engineering, or a related field. Given your background in engineering, you should verify that your specific coursework meets the prerequisites of the programs you're interested in.

Most master’s programs in Germany are taught in English, especially those aimed at international students. You will likely need to provide English proficiency test results like TOEFL or IELTS. If the program is in German, proficiency in the language is mandatory, and tests such as TestDaF or DSH are commonly accepted.

Applications usually require your undergraduate transcripts, a motivation letter, recommendation letters, and sometimes proof of work experience or projects in your field. It’s advisable to prepare these materials well in advance of the application deadlines.

Studying in Germany offers distinct advantages, including access to high-quality education, extensive research facilities, and the opportunity to study in a country known for its innovation in technology. Furthermore, public universities in Germany do not charge tuition fees, which makes it an economically attractive option for many international students.

 


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