1. With more than 409 higher education institutions across the country, Germany provides each student with the possibility to choose more than 14,500 Bachelor and Master degree programs.

2. 11 out of the 16 states in Germany have no tuition fees at all, while some states require a maximum of only 500€ per year.

3. German universities and their professional academic staff offer high quality and up to date education in Engineering, Medicine, Science and Economics.

4. The cost of living, on average, is around 700-800€ including rent, food, transport, health insurance, telephone/Internet, study materials and leisure activities.

5. There are many scholarship possibilities offered for international students to fund their studies by DAAD(German Academic Exchange Service) and also many political and business foundations.

7. International students are allowed to work for 90 full working days or 180 half working days in a year in order to support themselves. Typical student wages range from 10 to 15 Euros an hour.


Germany is a higher education paradise. Unlike in any other country, in Germany you will find many worldwide ranked universities, countless courses to choose among, globally valued degrees that promise a high employability to you and affordable living costs. Many universities offer international courses in English language as well. So knowing German to study in Germany is not mandatory but is recommended.

Moreover, Germany has a long and rich history, a vibrant and dynamic lifestyle mixing the modern and the classics, the urban and the rural which will immerse and make you love every second spent here.

Not surprisingly, Germany is ranked among the world’s top destinations for international students. According to the latest official statistics, there are over 357,000 foreign students seeking a university degree in Germany whereas the number is steadily increasing.

Every year, thousands of scholars coming from all around the world trust their education to German universities and reasons for this are obvious.



The following documents are mainly required to apply for a Studienkolleg

Your previous school-leaving certificate

Grades from previous education

Language proficiency

Curriculum Vitae

Translated copies of the above documents by a certified translator

Apply for a place at the Studienkolleg

After you have collected all the documents as required it’s time to submit your application. You can run your application online or by post. Note that you cannot apply directly to the Studienkolleg except if it is a private institution. If the Studienkolleg is governed by your University, you must apply through it.

The online application can be made through the German universities’ online application platform There are few universities which don’t participate in this platform but instead have their personal online application systems.


Poland is working toward bolstering foreign student numbers via international linkages. A few of the initiatives that are occurring or which are planned include:

  • EEA and Norway Grants 2009-2014 earmarking €36.8 million for the Polish-Norwegian Research Program to enhance bilateral research cooperation and strengthen research capacity.

  • Poland University Research Support, which is a project proposed by the European Investment Bank to spend €480 million for public sector research activities in public scientific institutes and public universities, and capital investments in research infrastructure and scientific equipment.

  • 2nd Polish-Israeli Intergovernmental Consultations: Poland and Israel have been discussing science policies, scientific research cooperation, and prospects for further bilateral development.

  • Polish-German Foundation for Science: this was created to deepen cooperation of Polish and German students, academics and researchers. Its main goal is to support innovative projects and new models of cooperation.


Polish universities offer high quality studies and are an integral part of the European education space. All leading universities offer programmes thought in English, these include medicine, engineering, humanities, business and finance. Poland takes active part in the Bologna Process. Thanks to the ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) students can be fully mobile, and continue education in other countries.

Poland is going through a process of rapid economic development, thanks to that costs of living are still significantly lower than in most of the EU countries. A total amount of €200-€400 is enough to cover the basic cost of accommodation, food and transport. The cost of entertainment and participation in cultural events are also much lower than EU average, which effects costs of studies to be very competitive.

The minimum rate for studies is 2000 Euro a year, which is a few times lower than the EU average. For rapid economic development Since 20 years Polish economy has significantly been growing. For high level of security and personal safety Poland is much safer than most of the European countries. Even the Nordic countries, considered as very safe, have much higher crime rate than Poland. It’s perfectly safe in here for international students of all races, beliefs and origins.



  • A filled-in visa application form

  • Valid passport

  • Official letter of acceptance from a university in Poland

  • A short CV/SOP

  • Your school certificates and diplomas

  • Evidence of proficiency in the language in which you wish to study

  • Confirmation of having the funds for studying and living in Poland i.e 6 lakhs

  • Health insurance/Travel Insurance

  • 4 photos passport size

  • Demand Draft of Tuition fee

  • Visa Fees – 4,400 INR in cash

  • Bank statement of 3 months

  • Last qualification should be apostille.

  • Dummy ticket

  • I.T.R

Country Makes A Difference - Popular Countries in Europe

France is one of the most popular study destinations among international students. French higher education system is among the best in the world. It is also easily manageable, with low tuition fees, making it a preferable choice for international students. French Universities competes with the prominent universities across the globe. They have wide number of choice for the international students electing to study business and management associated subjects in their globally ranked institutions. Students attending university in France are exposed to the amazing French culture in their daily student life

It would not be wrong if we say Italy is the one among the most desired places for international students to study abroad. Its perhaps due the known fact about the heights of their fashion, art and cuisines. Italian universities take vanity in their legacy and rankings. There are institutions offering degree’s taught in English, with high student satisfaction. Italy is also home to some of the best business schools in Europe. MBA programmes has been the popular choice for international students with a lot universities coming up with a lot new programmes to be taught in English to offer its international student market. It’s a cost effective study option, accommodation and living is quite economical there.

Island of Malta is famous for a cinematic falcon, catholic knights, fabulous beaches. However, very few know Malta also boasts some of the optimum learning institutions in the world. It is a pleasing study abroad destination in Europe for the students who are more comfortable in English-speaking nations. They have a diverse population from all-round the world with English being commonly used by the locals. The two major universities in Malta are The University of Malta and the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST). Both offer a range of Bachelor and Master programmes in English.

Latvia is one of Europe’s unexplored options for higher education: With its safe and welcoming cities and spectacular coastline it is ideal for students. It is quite a small country with a population of around two million. Its capital Riga has a rich cultural heritage, including opera, ballet, art galleries and museums. Riga is the capital as well as the largest city, and here you will find the majority of the universities, the largest of which is the University of Latvia. It is almost 100 years old, and teaches a number of courses in English, including medicine and dentistry. The cost of living is very low in Riga, particularly when you compare it to other European capital cities.

Lithuania’s education system has been transformed and there are hundreds of interesting English-taught study options available to international students. One striking advantage for those who choose to study in Lithuania is the remarkably low cost of living. Student accommodation can be had for as little as 100 EUR per month. All in all, including food, books and leisure activities, students can easily get by on a budget of 500 EUR per month or less. Lithuania is a modern economy with a global mind-set, and a lot of international companies have offices in the country.