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what are the expenses to study MS in Germany?

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Hello sir, I'M a mechanical engineering graduate and i wanna study MS in Germany so i want to know when the admission starts and how much it would cost for the entire course including living expenses. It would be helpful if provide the tuition fee and living expenses separately. Thank you sir, i'm waiting for your reply


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    Dipika JainThu, 30 Sep 2010 02:39:23 -0000

    Hello,

    Generally the admission season in Germany usually takes place in two terms:

    The Winter admits
    The Summer admits

    The Winter admits happen sometimes between beginning of September to the end of October. The Summer admits begin from February and extends till end of March.

    Though most universities have only winter admits, there are a good number of universities who provide a summer admit too. But the intake ratio is usually higher during the winter season.

    Please Click Here for information on the expenses involved for higher education in Germany.

    Do get back to us for in case of further queries.

    Take care!

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    Matthias BohnenSun, 03 Oct 2010 15:46:13 -0000

    Dipika is right in what she says, only one remark:

    Most governmental universities charge around 500EUR per semester, 250 comes as mandatory extra for student's parliament, canteen, public transport etc. You need another 50 to 60 for health insurance, hostel is around 180 to 300 (subject to availability).
    Rest is up to you … Recommendation is around 600 EUR per month (as mentioned by Dipika).
    For most governmental universities you need to pass a german language exam, at University of Siegen (the one I'm teaching at) a 1 year course is offered to prepare you; 20 hours per week!!! So will not have too many time for other studies. Be aware of the fact that most of the students from Germany will have already passed BSc in related field and will have some advantage above you. Only very few students from abroad get their MSc within 2 years, better plan for three years.

    Regards
    M.

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    vineetsinSun, 10 Oct 2010 18:49:49 -0000

    Hii I wanted some advice and help….I am going to apply to UAS Esslingen for September 2011 MS automotive software engineering .My academic record is as follows 10th 86% 12th 77.5% . Did my B.Tech in Electronics and Communications from VIT,Vellore one of the top ten engineering colleges in India and got good ranks in many national level engineering enterance competitions.Got selected in Indian Army as an Officer.Have played tennis at state level.I have done two 6 month projects in Automotive electronics in CAN and LIN widely used technology in industry in automotive.My project was appreciated by industry also Satyam Automotive and they have decided to apply for publication in SAE.I was selected by BOSCH India as software engineer I worked for 5 months but could not continue due to family problems and am working in a top telecom company at present though my love is automotive.

    1) Can you suggest me if I would be able to get an admission in UAS Esslingen or Eindhoven University for the same course MS automotive software.
    2) Do I need to clear TOEFEL for these as Esslingen doesnt demands it ,but does it carry any weightage or GRE in that case.

    3)It would be very nice if you could suggest some more reputed universities providing this course in english

    4) About the possible scholarships I can get for each one of them as it would be difficult for me to financially support it.

    5)My last question is what are the job prospects after doing MS from these universities.What are the chances of getting a job in that country itself and what should i do to increase my chances of getting a job.

    I know I have asked too much but please bear with me ,help me,
    THANKS.

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    Dipika JainWed, 20 Oct 2010 09:55:09 -0000

    Hello,

    You do have a sound profile except for the fact that the career path varied from what you actually want to pursue. Despite this, I feel you should definitely try at the specified universities. The following details should help you with your queries.

    The TU Esslingen is one of the top ranked universities in Germany and offers a ME in Automotive Systems and Design and Development for Mechanical and Automotive Engineering . The Esslingen Master of Engineering in Automotive Systems (ASM) aims to give students a specialised professional qualification in sophisticated automotive systems. Students have to choose one of the three electives: Vehicle Dynamics, Software Based Automotive Systems or Car Electronics.
    However, the university does require an original international TOEFL (Test of English as a foreign Language) score of at least 530 points paper based, 197 points computer based, or 71 points internet based ibT or an IELTS score of at least 6.0. as an alternative to the TOEFL.
    Eindhoven University of Technology on the other hand offers Masters in Automation Technology and is an interdepartmental effort of research groups from six departments namely:

    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Chemical Technology
    • Mathematics and Computer Science
    • Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences
    • Industrial Design

    The university also demands an original academic IELTS score of at least 6.5 on average or TOEFL scores of at least 90 (Internet-based), 232 (computer-based). Please note the university does not accept paper-based TOEFL test scores.

    However, for students who have followed their previous (bachelor) education with English as the sole language of instruction are exempted from taking the test.

    Both the universities require a relevant Bachelor's degree (or equivalent), based on a program of sufficient academic level and quality to be able to complete the program.

    You may consider the following universities as well :

    Siegen University
    Master of Science Automotive Engineering

    Aachen TH
    Master of Science Automotive Engineering
    • Fluency in English (oral and written - TOEFL PB 550/CB 213/IB 80 or IELTS 6.0 required)
    • GRE (general test) required

    Berlin TU
    Master of Science Automotive Systems

    Though there are universities that offer a Masters degree with no expenses on the tuition fees, it is also true that unlike yester years, many German universities have introduced tuition fees for a Masters degree. However, the expense incurred as the tuition fee is far lower in comparison to other locations.

    Also, with the option to still avail scholarship under DAAD- , German universities are widely considered.

    Please access the following links for a brief on the job prospects in Germany :

    Why study in Germany-

    Employment facts

    I hope the above specified helps you with your queries.

    Take care!

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    rshindeWed, 06 Oct 2010 08:20:57 -0000

    Hi…i did my B.tech in mechanical with CGPA 7.0 from nit trchy…my 10th and 12th marks are 70 and 72 respectively…i want to pursue MS from germany in mechanical stream for coming winter (2011)…I will be writing TOFLE exam inn the coming dec…Please provide me the list of suitable university for mechanical…and also what are the chances of work during MS programme and what are the job prospectus after doing MS from germany..I am yet to join the german language course from goetha insti…thanks in advance…

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    Dipika JainWed, 20 Oct 2010 12:12:28 -0000

    Hello,

    Though the academic background plays a vital role while listing out the German universities for a profile, you may consider the following universities:

    Rostock University
    Hannover University
    Cottbus Technical University
    Berlin Technical University
    Clausthal Technical University

    With regard to the part time jobs, the amount of time you are allowed to work is limited to 90 days per year or to a limited number of hours per week. In some federal states, you are only allowed to work during vacation. The pay for student jobs is typically â'¬10-15/hour. If finances are a cause of worry you may consider the option DAAD and the government established 'Federal Education and Training Assistance Act' to guarantee trainees a minimum of financial support.
    Please access the following links for a brief on the job prospects in Germany :

    Why study in Germany?-

    Employment facts-

    I hope the above specified helps you with your queries.

    Take care!

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    tarakananadThu, 20 Sep 2012 03:45:56 -0000

    hello,
    hi i did my btech in mechanical with 70%,if we know germany language only we can enter to that country or they will teach us the language after coming there.

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    rshindeTue, 12 Oct 2010 06:34:55 -0000

    hey thanks for ur reply…it will be really helpful if u ans few more queries…..is it mandatory to show german laguage proficiency certificate at the time of application…as i am yet to join Goetha insti for german course, but i think it will not be possible for me to complete before application (I am considering last date for application in march)??

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    Dipika JainSun, 17 Oct 2010 06:51:27 -0000

    Hello,

    Not really. You can make up with the required hours once you reach Germany. What is important that you are mentally prepared to learn the language.

    Though possessing some German language skills before going to Germany is always an advantage, you can pursue the same once you reach the universities since most offer the german language speaking course.

    I would recommend that you communicate wit the corresponding universities since the rules and requirement of the german language is university specific.

    Good luck!

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    goglobalTue, 26 Oct 2010 02:43:57 -0000

    hi vineet,
    Applying to UAS Esslingen is a good idea. But remember that admissions are very competitive at Esslingen.Also the application process is different than other universities.
    Also go through University of Chemnitz-- Master in Automotive s/w engg. 80 E:20G .

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    singhsomnath1984Tue, 02 Nov 2010 09:33:26 -0000

    respected sir i am somnath singh i have done my degree b.tech mechanical with 80 percent and diploma in mechanical 57 and 10th 70 per i wants to take the addmission in masters in mechanical or automotive in germany please send me list of german university offered masters in summer sem my ielts sccore 6 band thanks

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    kumaran6248Sun, 12 Dec 2010 18:11:14 -0000

    hello

    i am doing pre final year mechanical engg. i wanna do masters in germany. what are the steps i have to take plz guide me and what are the exams i have go,can u plz suggest me..that might be helpfull to me

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    saikumaryadavFri, 17 Dec 2010 11:02:26 -0000

    hi!frndz i have cmpltd my b-tech from mech stream this year.I wanna do ms in germany could u please help me out in this aspects.To study in germany is it necessary to know german language……..is it necessary to write german languaged based test?I wrote toefl test got 92 score.I also wuld like to how much the german universities will charge per sem.how abt living expenses per month over ther?Please tell me some universities which is having mech ms programme.please help me out!!!!!!

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    msaikumarMon, 20 Dec 2010 05:45:18 -0000

    how about visa extension after completing the course……….how about part time jobs?how about jobs after completing the course

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    r_pa316Thu, 30 Dec 2010 12:12:26 -0000

    hi!!! I have completed my BE in mechanical and currently working in Mahindra and Mahindra Nashik plant. My job profile is about vehicle auditing. My final year project was three wheel vehicle (trike) which was a new concept in India.Currently I have a admit from Clemson University, South Carolina USA for MS in automotive engg. However i am also considering MS in Germany in the same field.I would like to know about the process of application and total expenses.
    Thank You

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    Dipika JainFri, 07 Jan 2011 11:26:54 -0000

    Hello,

    First of all, Congratulations on receiving an admit offer from Clemson University. As per US News the university is ranked 38 for the Mechanical Engineering graduate program.

    However, it is worth considering the German universities for the same program. Germany is a world-renowned manufacturer and exporter for automobiles, industrial plants, heavy machinery and photovoltaic equipment. Such expertise attracts international engineering students in search of a high-quality education. Germany is known for its industrial hub (Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Hannover, Bonn, etc.) Many world famous German companies such as Mercedes Benz, BMW, Audi, Porsche, Volkswagen, Siemens, Bosch, SAP etc, provide excellent career opportunities to one and all, irrespective of their nationality. Thousands of supplier companies to these big giants also keep their doors open to the international talents.

    The job scenario in Germany is very positive in lieu of the location of the universities and the fact that Germany is known for its technological innovation. The German universities are usually located in such strategic locations where the industry concentration predominant and the research hubs are easily reachable. This helps the industry-university interaction grow further and eventually to make the learning environment bidirectional.

    German universities and application procedure :

    The German universities consider the academics while evaluating an application. Now with regard to the application procedure for a Masters program in Germany though there could be specific requirements of every university, the general application procedure is as stated below :

    GRE was earlier not required in Germany for an international applicant to be considered for a Masters or a PhD. But today, many universities have the GRE scores as one of the admission requirements.

    An application had to be sent either to the university of your choice or to uni-assist. The following check-list shows you which papers and documents you generally have to enclose with your application. Please note that other or additional papers may also be required, depending on the university and degree program. Incomplete papers can also be a cause of rejection.

    • Application Form for Admission to Studies: As a rule, you can obtain the application forms from the university of your choice (via the International Office).
    • An officially or publicly authenticated photocopy* of all your educational records, certificates confirming any university entrance exams passed abroad, university certificates or degrees gained plus the relevant list(s) of individual grades per academic semester or academic year, plus the relevant list(s) of individual grades scored (e.g. a transcript of records).
    • Proof of German language proficiency (for example, a TestDaF or DSH certificate)
    • Passport photo (format: 4 Ã- 5 cm maximum)
    • Copy of your passport (page with name details and photo)
    • Proof of any subject-related vocational training or any aptitude tests passed (required for applications for a study place in admissions restricted subjects or in subjects with an aptitude assessment test, such as sport, art or music).

    Expenses incurred :

    As per the information imparted by DAAD, international students need to be able to prove that they have at least 643 euros per month available to them. That amounts to 7,716 euros per academic year.

    In true terms the bifurcation of the requirement is stated below :

    Most of the governmental universities charge around 500 EUR/semester, including 250 euros that is mandatory for the student’s parliament, canteen, public transport expenditure etc., health insurance could some up to another 50 to 60 euros, and accommodation expenses (hostel) of around 180 to 300 (subject to availability).

    The cost of living in Germany is quite high in comparison with many countries in Asia, Africa or Latin America. Tuition fees used to be unknown in Germany. But the situation has changed over recent years. Initially, fees were introduced for long-term students, visiting students (i.e. from other universities) and for participants of postgraduate and Master's programs. Tuition can amount to between 650 and several thousand euros per semester. Students also have to pay the semester fee for each semester.

    Apart from the tuition always account for these costs

    • The semester fee (once per semester)
    • Expenses for study materials and excursions (as needed)
    • Health insurance contributions (monthly)
    • Tuition fees (once per semester: not at all universities and not in all programs).

    However, whether you have to pay fees or not depends entirely on which federal state and at which university you are studying. Contact your chosen university directly to find out whether they charge tuition fees and accordingly you would be required to plan the finances

    Good luck!

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    NYJATT911Fri, 14 Jan 2011 10:42:11 -0000

    Hi there. I am currently completing my Double Bachelor's in Computer Science and Economics in a few months from The City University of New York and have some background knowledge of German (160hrs) and Italian (120hrs). Even though America is the hub of global education, I would rather do my Masters in Europe due to more focus on the automotive fields which I love. I spoke with Mrs. Ute Brinkmann at Hoschule Esslingen for M.E.Automotive Systems and people at HAN, Eindhoven, Aachen, Polytechnic University of Torino (which has a Ferrari-Fiat scholarship program). Would you recommend me any other universities? I prefer English instruction and please do keep in mind I am a Computer Science major rather than a Mechanical Engineering one, so it is all about the Technology rather than the mechanics.

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    Dipika JainSat, 22 Jan 2011 03:58:59 -0000

    Hello,

    Considering all your priorities, there are not many options that can be suggested from my end. However, though not a very easy choice, you could look into RWTH Aachen for a Masters in Automotive Engineering since the area of focus is the Industrial R&D practices and the modern manufacturing process of vehicles and their subsystems.

    Also, they seek a recognized first degree (Bachelor of Science or Engineering or equivalent, related to your envisaged study programme), awarded by an internationally recognized university-level institution with above average performance in your undergraduate studies.

    Please note the institute seeks both TOEFL and GRE.

    As an applicant, I would recommend you go through program profile and if interested, do communicate with the concerned depart as you have done earlier and seek their advise for the same.

    Good luck!

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    pravin kumarFri, 25 Mar 2011 00:46:15 -0000

    hello dipika madam, i have scored 1100 in my gre and got a band 7 in ielts exam with 73% as my agg in my under graduation in mechanical engg.Will i be able to get admission in top notched university in Germany.Also pls specify some universities which will match my profile

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    choudharyomFri, 15 Apr 2011 18:50:42 -0000

    Hello dipika mam, I have got 6 bands in IELTS exam I want to pursue my higher education in Germany, I completed my Bachelors of engineering in Electronics and communication can you please suggest me some good universities to go for a graduation program relevant to my field…

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    Balaji karthic kumarTue, 19 Apr 2011 05:40:42 -0000

    Hi, I have done my B.E in automobile engineering with a percentage of 71%. my tenth and twelth percentages are 79% and 77% respectively. I did my final year project in Hyndai Motor India Limited and the same was implemented in their factory. I was working in Volkswagen as service engineer for 6 months and presently working in Ford as parts analyst, I am interested in doin masters in automobile engineering. I have applied for Torino university in Italy and university of ingolstadt in germany.. Can you advice on the chances in getting into these univ. ??

    Thanks in advance .

    With Regards,
    Karthic

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    yogeshsonawaneWed, 22 Jun 2011 15:27:41 -0000

    Hello Dipika, I am an Electrical Engg graduate, currently working in the Vendor Dev dept of an Automotive OEM. I want to pursue MS in Automotive Electronics from a reputed german university. Can you please guide me in this.
    Regards.

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    as-saSat, 25 Jun 2011 07:45:21 -0000

    hello dipika mam i had just completed my bachelor in pharmacy so .. iam interested in pursuing my ms in pharmacy out there and is learning german lang mandatory?and please walk me through the part time jobs can we get jobs there

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    prashant-sanSat, 30 Jul 2011 07:24:56 -0000

    Hello i am mechanical engineering with 2 years of experience in CFD, i want to do my master in same field in Germany so can you pls guide me which all universities have this course and total expenses for 2 years.1 more thing is when seasson will start?
    my accedmic qualification is give below
    10th 76.96%
    12th 79.93%
    B.E(Mechanical) 67.83%

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    ranganathanMon, 29 Aug 2011 19:25:03 -0000

    VERY URGENT HELP REQUIRED

    Hello,

    I am a mechanical engineer completed my engineering in 2009. 10th score - 91% 12th score - 90.75% BE CGPA - 8.22/10 Medium of Study : English - through out my studies GRE - 1060 MATH - 710 VERBAL - 350 :-( TOELF - Taking in September Papers presented - 3 Papers published & journals - 0 (planing to do - not sure) :-( Mini Project - 1 Final year project - 1 (Industrial project) Work Experience : 1.5 years in TAFE - Massey Ferguson For last 9 months I am working in RENAULT- NISSAN German proficiency : Currently i am doing A2 level, but April 2012 i will be finishing B1. Financial status : Dependent on scholarships, Funding & part time jobs. Target Universities & Programs : 1. Esslingen University of Applied Sciences - Design and Development in Automotive and Mechanical Engineering 2.Aachen FH - Automotive Vehicle Integration/Powertrain and Chassis Engineering 3. University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt - International Automotive Engineering 4.TU KAISERSLAUTERN - commercial vehicle technology 5.TU/e - Technische Universiteit Eindhoven - with scholarship 6. Erasmus mundus program.

    Can someone please suggest me, which university i may have chances to get in germany.

    Also please tell me is it possible for me to get any of the scholarship programs which i had mentioned at last.

    If there are some more scholarship programs please let me know. Eager to hear from you.

    Some one pleaseeeeeeeeee helppppppppp

    very urgent.

    Thanks in advance

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    varma18490Fri, 07 Feb 2014 06:06:10 -0000

    At present where are you, could you help me . Im trying to do CVT in TU KAISERSLAUTERN.. since most of the courses are taught in German. Im in confusion.

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    Rom RomanMon, 19 Sep 2011 14:57:05 -0000

    Hlw

    I have completed my Graduation in Textile Engineering From Bangladesh
    I wanna do post graduation in Germany

    So, Please provide me the list of suitable universities for post graduation in Textile Engineering With their cost as well as Living cost.

    Thnx

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    jasper7000Mon, 28 Nov 2011 12:46:34 -0000

    Mam, im doing my 4rth year B.Tech civil engineering,
    i would like to study M.tech or masters in structural or transportation engineering in GERMANY, but i dont find any colleges much, is germany good for masters in civil engineering….

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    Raghu K TSat, 03 Dec 2011 06:55:00 -0000

    What would be current expenditure to study MS in Berlin… I am engineer graduate from Computers.. I would like to choose masters in computer graphics or gaming … Here its mentioned as winter and summer course starts at Germany, so let me know more information about fee structure, University choosing…. Required percentage in engineering so on…

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    MOHANRAAJFri, 16 Dec 2011 13:18:19 -0000

    Hello SIr/Madam
    My name is Mohanraj, am a BE graduate in computer science stream, I want to do MS in Germany. My acadamic backgrounds are 10 - 75.36%, puc - 63.33%, BE - 57.15%, am i eligible for MS? which entrance exams i should take up to qualify for MS? wat abt the admit card?
    Plz be helpful to me..
    waiting for ur reply..

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    MOHANRAAJFri, 16 Dec 2011 13:20:29 -0000

    Hello SIr/Madam
    My name is Mohanraj, am a BE graduate in computer science stream, I want to do MS in Germany. My acadamic backgrounds are 10 - 75.36%, puc - 63.33%, BE - 57.15%, am i eligible for MS? which entrance exams i should take up to qualify for MS? wat abt the admit card?
    Plz be helpful to me..
    waiting for ur reply..

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    aniljogdandasfFri, 16 Dec 2011 15:21:45 -0000

    hi sir i am looking for m.s in germany
    my family wont support me for same now i am doing M.Sc in biophysics i want to go germany with my friend for M.S. (biochemistry) can u tell me what is the procedure for same will i get any scholarship for same
    plz reply me

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    dude_sankySun, 05 Feb 2012 18:20:46 -0000

    hiii,

    i want to pursue an automobile relatd course.
    recommend me which is the best option amongst these….
    1. fh aachen
    2. esslingen
    3. ingolstadt ????

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    dude_sankySun, 05 Feb 2012 18:32:09 -0000

    hiii,

    i want to pursue an automobile relatd course.
    recommend me which is the best option amongst these….
    1. fh aachen
    2. esslingen
    3. ingolstadt ????

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    Pathusha_shaWed, 07 Mar 2012 14:53:02 -0000

    I want study ms in german .i want to know that i can study ms without writing GRE,TOEFL,IELTS exams .please send that details immediately

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    Sun, 01 Apr 2012 08:58:18 -0000

    hello dipika mam,
    i m a student doing AUTOMOBILE ENGG…m currently in 3rd year…currently i have 7.5 GPA…in 10th 68% nd 12th 69%…i m intersted in doing masters in germany in ESSLINGEN university opting for the course of DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING….could i get admission at such qualifications??? if not mention me some universities offering vehicle designing course….

    waiting for ur reply…hope u vl help….

    thank you in advance

    regards…..

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    venky5186Wed, 09 May 2012 13:33:46 -0000

    Hi,
    I am from India and would like to know the basic qualification in terms of academics for doing MS in GERMANY,I have a BCA degree from University of Madras through Correspondence My Academic data is below

    BCA-50-60%
    CBSE-12th-82%
    10th Standard-82%

    Will I be eligible to apply to German Universities for MS in Computers?
    I have 5+ Years of work experience in the Indian IT Industry serving as a Technical Lead.
    If I qualify then please provide me information on the fees,processes etc.

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    lohith10Fri, 22 Jun 2012 08:43:15 -0000

    Hi ,

    I just completed my bachelor of engineering in Computer science and engineering. Planning to study M.S in European countries, i would like to know the followings :

    1. Which test is better to take, either GRE or TOEFL to get in best university?(what is range need score in test to get selected to best universities)
    2. Which are the best universities for computer science concern and also for which branches have the current scope?
    3. Even i'm planning to do part-time job please get me some information about this and finally expenditure.(Total cost which including cost of living, fees, and miscellaneous to complete course period in round figure)
    4. However is that possible to get adjust in germany in short period?
    5. After the completion of the course is there any opportunities to get job in germany ?

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