Where do I study Astrobiology or any applied sciences masters courses in Germany?

Asked by Pavani Gangadhara almost 2 years ago

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Divyakshi  Gupta

Divyakshi Gupta

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German applied science universities have different admissions standards depending on the degree program. You may learn the precise prerequisites for a degree program on each college's website.

Master's degree programs have detailed admission regulations. Here are a few standard requirements for the top universities:

  • Educational Transcripts
  • GMAT/GRE scores may be required
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency - IELTS/ TOEFL/ PTE
  • Proof of German Language Proficiency
  • CV/ Resume
  • Passport
  • Germany Student Visa
  • Evidence of a course of vocational training or a one-year internship

Germany's top applied for science universities:

1. F.H. Aachen University of Applied Sciences
University Type: Public
Tuition Fees: No Tuition Fees for most programs
Popular Programs: 
B.Eng Mechanical Engineering
B.Sc. Biotechnology
M.A. Architecture
M.Sc. Biotechnology
M.Sc. Aerospace Engineering
M.B.A. Management and Entrepreneurship

2. Cologne University of Applied Sciences
University Type: Public
Tuition Fees: No Tuition Fees for most programs
Popular Programs
B.Sc. Applied Chemistry
B.A. Architecture
B.Eng. Automotive Engineering
M.Sc. Computer Science & Engineering
M.Eng. Automation & I.T.
M.A. Behavioural Ethics, Economics and Psychology

3. H.T.W. Berlin - University of Applied Sciences
University Type: Public
Tuition Fees: No Tuition Fees for most programs
Popular Programs: 
B.Sc. Facility Management
B.A. International Business
B.Eng. Electrical Engineering
M.Eng. Information and Communication Technology
M.A. Finance, Accounting, Corporate Law and Taxation
M.B.A. Business Administration and Engineering

4. Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences
University Type: Public
Tuition Fees: No Tuition Fees for most programs
Popular Programs: 
B.A. Animation and Game
M.Sc. Chemistry
M.Sc. Civil Engineering
M.A. International Media Cultural Work
M.B.A.

5. Esslingen University of Applied Sciences
University Type: Public
Tuition Fees: No Tuition Fees for most programs
Popular Programs: 
B.Eng. Engineering Management
B.Eng. Management and Information Systems
B.Sc. Mechatronic/Electrical Engineering
M.Eng. Automotive Systems
MIM
MBA International Industrial Management

6. Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
University Type: Public
Tuition Fees: Upto 400 EUR per semester
Popular Programs:
B.A. Architecture
B. Sc. Applied Biosciences Dual
B.Eng. Civil Engineering dual
M.Sc. Accounting and Finance
Advanced Architecture
M.B.A. Aviation and Tourism Management
M. Eng. General Engineering

7. Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
University Type: Public
Tuition Fees: No Tuition Fees for most programs
Popular Programs: 
B.A. Media and Information
B.Sc.Information Engineering
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
M.Sc. Production Technology and Management
M.A. Design

Universities of Applied Sciences are more practice-focused, whereas universities in Germany are primarily motivated by research. So, make your decision wisely.


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