Courses In Germany

You'd like to study in Germany but don't know which subject to choose? You're interested in doing a PhD and are looking for an appropriate programme? Or you're unsure what kind of degree you actually want to take? We're here to help you answer all of these questions.

German universities offer a vast range courses and subjects. These include many study programmes aimed specifically at foreign students and usually taught in English. You can also decide whether to complete a whole course or only part of your academic training in Germany.

  • As an undergraduate, you can take your first academic degree (this is referred to as an "undergraduate course") and complete a Bachelor study programme in Germany.
  • You can gain experience abroad by spending a few semesters in Germany within the framework of an exchange programme with your home university. Find out about partner universities in Germany from your home university.
  • After graduating from your home university, you can take a Master's degree in Germany.
  • You can do a doctorate degree in Germany.
  • Courses in medicine, law, pharmacy and teacher training are structured differently.

Specialist training or intensive courses

Of course, you can also come to Germany to study for a shorter period of time. Many universities offer language or specialist courses or summer schools specifically for international students during the summer break.

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