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German Taught Bachelors in Germany

Germany is one of the best educational destinations in the world. It is the dream place to study for all the hardworking students of Nepal. There are some very good reasons for this. Germany is home to some of the best universities in the world, but it also has a wide range of courses available, both in English and in the German language. 

You have a more comprehensive range of courses German Taught Bachelor programs in Germany compared to English taught Bachelor Programs. Since many of us are not intrinsically familiar with German, it may pose a slight issue. However, if you are a hardworking student, this shouldn't be much of a problem. 

There are hundreds of Bachelor's courses you can choose from in Germany. As long as you have the wish and the qualifications, you can find the course of your choice. But before we talk about the courses, let's briefly talk about the requirements and the base cost of living in Germany. You will need to know these if you want to study for a Bachelor's degree in Germany. 

Requirements 

If students want to apply for a bachelor's degree in Germany right after completing of +2 level in Nepal, they must complete a 2-semester preparatory course that lasts for one year. This course is to make students more confident and qualified for German universities. After completing this course, they can apply to any university in Germany for a bachelor's degree. Students can check the "Studienkollegs website" for detailed information about Studienkollegs in Germany.

Besides this, you must have a minimum of B1 Level German Language proficiency to be accepted in most German Universities. That said, B1 level of German Language is just the base requirement and most of the German Universities still prefer students with B2 level of German Language proficiency.  

According to DAAD, more than 2.8 million students currently study in Germany, including:

  • 1.78 million students at universities 

  • 1.05 million at universities of applied science 

  • 36.483 at colleges of art

  • And more than 393.579 international students.

Applying after one successful year of higher education 

If students have completed one year in higher education institutions or universities, they can directly apply to universities in Germany for Bachelor programs. No preparatory course is  required. 

To get a better idea about the cost of living in Germany as an international student, here are some average expenditures:

  • €168 for food

  • €94 for transportation 

  • €31 for internet, telephone, and TV package

  • €20 for study materials and work materials 

  • €115 for Health insurance

You need to note that this is just a rough estimation of the base cost per month. It will increase significantly if you add in entertainment, accommodation, and additional expenses. 

Popular Programs Offered in Germany for Bachelor

Now that you know the basic gist of what you need to know and prepare for a German-taught bachelor's, let's talk about some bachelor program in Germany. However, since there are literally hundreds of German taught Courses in this country, it is impossible to speak of them at once. If you need further information, please don't hesitate to contact us. We will provide you with complete details about German-taught bachelor courses in Germany. Along with that, we will also help you find the best bachelor's program for you. 

The following are some of Germany's most popular bachelor's courses in German.

Bachelor in Data Science (B.Sc.)

As its name suggests, a Bachelor's in data science is all about processing and analyzing data. In this bachelor's course in the German language, you will learn about mathematics statistics and how to use algorithms, statistical methods, and analytics to analyze and process massive amounts of data. Data science is one of the emerging fields in the IT and business sectors. 

You will need to study this course for three years or six semesters to graduate with B.Sc.

Bachelor of Arts in Management

This is an undergraduate business management course that focuses on the art of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling human resources and material resource financial resources. As its name suggests, it is a bridge between a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of management. If you are interested in this weird but wonderful course, all you need to do is let us know, and we will find the best University for you. 

This course lasts for three years or six semesters.

Bachelor in Aviation Management

If you want a future in the airline business, then Bachelor's in Aviation Management is one of the best choices. This German taught bachelor's course would teach you all about airline operation, air transportation, airport management, airport consulting, and other similar airline management skills. 

This course lasts for three years or six semesters. 

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Psychology

Psychology is one of the emerging and somewhat misunderstood fields in modern times. Many people think that psychologists can read minds or that it is all about working in hospitals. This is not the case because psychology is a scientific field that deals with the study of the human mind, including understanding human behavior, thought process, perception, and cognition. You will need to learn about neuroscience, how memory and personality work, and more. 

Since psychology is a vast field, this German taught bachelor's course lasts for four years or eight semesters. 

Bachelor of Arts in International relations

A Bachelor of Arts is not just about writing and creating; it also includes the art of dealing with people and relations. Bachelors of Art in International relations is one of such german taught bachelors. This course essentially teaches you how to analyze the culture of nations, politics, economics, governance, law, security, and how it impacts the relationship between countries. By the end of this course, you should have the base to become a specialist in global governance and diplomatic services and non-profit organizations. 

This course lasts for three years or six semesters. 

Besides this, some other popular sources in Bachelor are:

  • Psychology

  • Journalism

  • Engineering

  • Bachelors in Computer  Science

  • Material Science and Material Engineering

  • Nachhaltige Ingenieurwissenchften

  • Plastic Engineering

  • Sports Engineering

  • Wood Technology-Industrial Engineering wood technology

Best Universities in Germany for Bachelors in the German language

We will not spend much time here since we already have a detailed article on Best German Universities and Top Public Universities in Germany. However as a summary, some of the Best Univeristies in Germany for Bachelors in Geman Language are:

  • Technical University of Munich

  • Heidelberg University

  • Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

  • Freie Universitat Berlin

  • Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

  • KIT, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

  • Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin)

  • RWTH Aachen University

  • Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

  • Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

These are the ten best universities in Germany, and most of these are state-funded public universities. For context, you do not need to pay tuition fees to study at Public German University. However, you need to pay semester fees, ranging from 100 euros to 3000 euros per semester. Although this is not exactly free, it is still cheaper than private universities. If you want to study at Private Universities, you will need to pay upwards of 10,000 euros. 

Now the only question is ‘Are you capable to dedicate few years to study? If yes Germany is waiting for you. Allow us to help and guide you through every step from getting good marks in A1, A2, and B1 level, to getting a visa, to choose the right universities as per your interest. If you are curious to learn more about Germany, Then it’s time you call us at 9801178937 or E-mail your academic certificates to info@eduzeit.com.np or eduzeiteduaction020@gmail.com we will guide you throughout the process.