Top Institutions / Top programs
There are over 380 officially recognised universities throughout Germany, and they offer a total of over 15,000 study programs:
Technische Universität München (TUM) (Technical University of Munich)
Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München (University of Munich)
Freie Universität Berlin
University of Göttingen
Aachen University of Technology
Dresden Technical University
Every federal state can decide on its own, if it has enough money to abolish tuition fees or if it needs additional fees. The federal states Bayern, Hamburg, Niedersachsen and Nordrhein-Westfalen still charge tuition fees. These are obligatory for most students and account about 500 Euros per semester. All other federal states do not charge tuition fees or just fees for long-time students and for a second degree.
Those who want to study at a private university have to calculate with much higher tuition fees. The private universities are financed primarily via tuition fees and therefore these are much higher. It is possible, that students have to pay up to 20,000 Euros per year.
Knowledge of two levels of German is advisable when applying, even though the course is conducted in English
Indian community there
Fairly large Indian community
Good job opportunities in Biomedical Engineering, Automotive and Mechanical Engineering and data science
There are different foundations and organisations that help international students in Germany. The scholarships from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) are good and on the webpage, can be found a list of all available scholarships. Thus, one can search on-line to find the scholarship that best suits your needs.
Warm to very cold.
IMFS has helped over 1000 doctors enrol in programs such as Automotive Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Masters in Public Health, Master's in Health Administration.