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Students, after the completion of A2 level, go for B1 level, which is of course the advanced and more skilled level of the German language. Most universities in Germany ask for at least a B1 level, so undoubtedly, B1 can be the ultimate test for students to get admission to Germany. The B1 level is designed for independent, young, and adult students aiming for Bachelor’s and Masters's degrees in Germany.

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EduZeit Education Network Pvt Ltd, established in 2019, is one of the best German coaching education consultancy in Nepal. In German ‘Zeit’ stands for Time, so, the name of our institute doesn’t only represent time but also shows its value to the students. From the first day, our main goal has always been to make students clear about what they learn. We get a large spectrum of students, eager to learn the German language and we make sure they are well taught by our highly professional and experienced teachers every day. We never let down the enthusiasm of the students wanting to learn more. This is the best institute for students pursuing their career for higher studies in countries like Germany, Austria, Switzerland, where German is the highly spoken language.

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In Germany are there Universities courses in English?

YES, more than 220 Universities in Germany provide courses in English that include Medicine, Engineering, Management, etc. some of the top universities that offer all programs in English are:

  • Jacobs University Bremen,
  • Hertie School of Governance in Berlin,
  • Munich Intellectual Property Law Center in Munich,
  • Bard College Berlin – dedicated to bachelor’s only,
  • CODE University of Applied Sciences in Berlin (dedicated to bachelor’s program).

Here is the list of universities that offer complete programs in English medium 

How do I apply for a student visa?

Before applying for a student visa, 

  • First, you must have a letter from one of the universities of Germany to prove you have already been selected by them. You must also have a certificate of proven German language proficiency – A1, A2, and B1 levels. 
  • You must have all the necessary documents including a valid passport 
  • After you have all the necessary documents, visit the German Embassy and set up a visa appointment. 
  • Now you will be invited for an interview on a given date
  • Whether you get the visa or not will also be dependent on your visa interview so, prepare wisely.

Can I study in Germany for free?

Since 2014, most of the German public universities and schools provide tuition-free education to national and international undergraduate students. Students just have to pay around €250 (315 USD) per semester that includes transportation and administration fees. However, some states and private universities in Germany will charge you tuition fees according to their state policy. For example:

  • In Baden-Württemberg, non-EU international students should pay up to €3000 each year. For students gaining a 2nd degree in Baden-Württemberg, the fee is 1300 euros per year.
  • Students applying directly for master’s degrees from Nepal should pay €10,000 (USD 12,644) every semester.

Which program I can study in Germany?

You can study almost all programs like that in the USA or Australia like:

  • Medicine
  • Civil Engineering, 
  • Economics 
  • Law 
  • Social science 
  • Information Engineering 
  • Information Engineering 
  • HRM and Leadership
  • Management Consulting 
  • International Trade
  • Bachelor in Business Studies 
  • International tourism Management 
  • International Business
  • Data Science, AI, and Digital Business 
  • Business Analytics
  • Film and Motion Design
  • Graphic Design and Visual Communication 
  • Food Packaging Technology 
  • IT, and many more 

Which level of German language is required to apply for University?

When you are applying for Bachelors’ or Master's, German universities might ask you for at least a B1 level. That means students have to pass A1 and A2 levels first and then score good marks in B1 level to ensure their admission to any German university.

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