I am a 3rd year Automobile Engineering student and planning to pursue my masters from Germany. Which courses can I specialise in?

Asked by Ruchith about 2 years ago

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Deepali Singh

Deepali Singh

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A Master in Automotive Engineering in Germany is typically a 1.5–2 year degree offered by leading universities. The total program fee for a master's degree in automotive engineering at prestigious German universities ranges from 500 euros to 30,000 euros. This can cost between 44,500 and 26 lakhs for an Indian student. The profits one anticipates from the biggest automaker in the world rise along with the investment.

German universities offering Masters in Automotive Engineering:

1. The Technical University of Munich at #26 in the worlds ranking 
Course Offered: MSc in Automotive Engineering
MSc in Transportation System
Duration (in years): 2
Annual Fee (in EUR): 258

2. TU Berlin at #45 in the worlds ranking 
Course Offered: MEd in Automotive Engineering
Duration (in years): 2
Annual Fee (in EUR): 615

3. RWTH Aachen University at #51 in the worlds ranking 
Course Offered: MSc Automotive Engineering
MEd Automotive Engineering
Duration (in years): 1.5
Annual Fee (in EUR): 582

4. Universität Stuttgart at #456 in the worlds ranking 
Course Offered: MSc Vehicle and Engine Technology
Duration (in years): 2
Annual Fee (in EUR): 3,000

5. Technische Universität Braunschweig at #541 in the worlds ranking 
Course Offered: Master Automotive Engineering
Duration (in years): 2
Annual Fee (in EUR): 716

International students need to have the following qualifications:

  • A bachelor's degree in mechanical or automotive engineering or a related field.
  • All degrees must be from accredited institutions.
  • International students must submit their test results, including the GRE (for a few programs)
  • German or English language proficiency is required.

The following documents must be submitted along with the online admission application: 

  • Filled-out entrance application
  • Academic transcripts from all schools of higher learning, translated into either English or German
  • Numerous standardized tests must be taken in Germany.
  • German GRE Language Proficiency Scores or Scores Equivalent to TOEFL, IELTS, or Other
  • CV/ Resume
  • Initial Documentation (VPD) Letter of Motivation (for required universities)
  • Additional records such as internship credentials, employment references, and letter of recommendation (if required)
    passport photocopy
  • German tuition for a master's degree in automotive engineering

Among the best colleges in Germany that offer master's degrees in car engineering, TU Munich charges the lowest program price, 516 Euro (about 46,000). In contrast, the University of Stuttgart charges the highest program fee, 6000 Euro (around 5.3 lakhs).

I hope this clears most of your doubts. Please let me know if you're looking for more answers. I'm open to all your questions and queries. 


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