Germany

The European Union - Study in France
Study in Germany Number of Universities

400 Universities, Universities of Applied Sciences and Universities of Fine Arts

Number of degree programmes

20,000 (Bachelor, Master, PhD)

International courses

2,000 (Bachelor, Master, PhD, short courses, prep courses, language courses)

Tuition Fee

Most courses are tuition and bond-free.

Scholarships

Bond-free scholarships offered for the best:
www.funding-guide.de and www.stipendienlotse.de

Living costs

About S$1,300 per month

Work

Students are allowed to work part time during studies, 120 full days or 240 half days per year

Life after Studies

After concluding a full time course in Germany, the residence permit can be extended for up to 18 months to find work.

Info

www.daad.de and www.study-in.de