I am a medical student currently in 5th year and after completing my course I wish to continue my PG in Germany ,what to know the whole thing before moving there?

Asked by Shubham Singh 11 months ago

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Abhishek Ahluwalia

Abhishek Ahluwalia

CS Undergrad student || Machine Learning || AI Enthusiast

When deciding to study for a master’s degree in Germany you need first to identify your future academic and career goals if you haven’t already. Then you need to process with the selection of the university and master’s program which will perfectly match with those desires. At this point, you have countless options available and regardless of your studying preferences, you will certainly find something attractive.

Since there is such a large number of universities and master programs available you must do a little research before choosing one. Start by taking into consideration some important traits for you, like study modules, the location of the university, tuition fees, practical sessions, etc.

These are the things you need to do before moving to Germany for your masters:


2. Check the requirements
3. Language proficiency
4. Submit your application
5. Wait for the admission letter
6. Get health insurance
7. Get your finances in order
8. Get your student visa
Other admission requirements
Additional entry requirements may include:

Certificate and transcript of your undergraduate studies.
Details of your secondary education –some very competitive application processes may wish to know further details of an international’s education history.
Interviewing – German universities may discuss your application and your experience in an arranged interview with you. The interview may be formal, especially in highly-competitive universities with limited places, or it can also be done over conferencing platforms, like Skype to make it easier on international students.
Additional entry tests –this more often occurs in competitive universities, where you may be asked to complete an additional entry exam or take a standardized postgraduate admission test as part of your application. This can also be required in law, medicine, and other similar regulated professions in order to ensure the compatibility of your previous trainings. Also, business schools and MBA programs may require a particular score from recognized tests, like GMAT or GRE.
Any additional requirements should be made clear to you by your university before you apply!



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