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Studying in Germany

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Germany has many different kinds of universities, all of which offer excellent quality. But with so many to choose from, it’s not always easy to navigate your way through the university landscape. We are here to help.

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Courses of Study in Germany

Studying or completing a PhD in German or English: The DAAD provides the information you need.

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4 Steps to Germany

Would you like to live and study in Germany for a period of time? You should consider what your goals are for your stay and whether you meet all the requirements. Your daily life should also run as smoothly as possible. To those ends, there are four steps that will get you to Germany.

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The German Higher Education System

Watch this video to learn more about the German higher education system, the different types of universities and the degrees they offer.

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