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MS program in Germany

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I have completed my Engineering in Electronics with aggregate as 72%. I am interested to pursue Masters in Germany in Automotive Electronics/Systems . I have a few questions regarding this.
1.Can you let me know about the best universities that i can apply?
2.What is the cost of education in Germany?.
3.How are the job opportunities after MS course?
4.I have 3 years experience in Automotive Electronics and Software , Will this help in getting a job?
5.Are there any students earlier who have completed the Masters course in Germany and how is their feedback?.
6. I am interested in electronics and systems.For these course which is the best colleges to study along with US,Singapore and Germany ?


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    jdipika
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    Dipika JainSat, 23 Oct 2010 11:39:58 -0000

    Hello,

    Please access the link below for an insight to most of your queries in Germany :

    Finance incurred in Germany and Employment facts

    Though not mandatory for a Masters program, a 3 year work experience in the relevant field cannot be overlooked and will definitely benefit your profile.

    I hope the above stated helps.

    Take care!

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    goglobal
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    goglobalSun, 07 Nov 2010 13:12:43 -0000

    hi all,
    I am surprised to see that my comments are being deleted.I have tried to give the best information to all students.I would be thankful if my comments remain on the forum.One can check the information I provide about study in Germany and find out that I try to give the most authentic and updated info. Any ways thanks.

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    sudhakar205Fri, 19 Nov 2010 05:37:46 -0000

    sir,
    i am engg graduate in mech engg in 2005 and i want to know the admission procedure to study ms in germany& kindly give ur email id and contact number so that i can clear all my doubts this is very urgent

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    Dipika JainFri, 26 Nov 2010 09:50:03 -0000

    Hello,

    The German universities give most consideration to the academics while evaluating an application.

    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. TOEFL/IELTS is another requirement that is required by most of the German universities while applying as an international applicant.

    Please find below the general application procedure to apply for a Masters degree program in Germany :

    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).

    Kindly go through the above specified and get back to us for further guidance. You may also access the link below for more information on education in Germany :
    Study in Germany

    Take care!

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    goldkingMon, 21 Feb 2011 10:26:18 -0000

    my son k.sri. is studying third yr BE MECH ENGG.What can i do for his higher study ,M.S. in GERMANY.

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    zonnetvarkeyFri, 11 Mar 2011 09:08:59 -0000

    I am studying third year B E in Mechanical Engineering.I want to know what is the procedure to do the higher studies(MS) in GERMANY

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    B_S MS
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    B_S MSSat, 05 Nov 2011 08:08:10 -0000

    hello,i am pursuing my b.tech from mechanical engineering 2nd year and i want to do my ms program in germany.so,please guide me in a right way by telling me the degree % for ms.also please tell me the cost for ms program and the procedure for going to germany.thanks

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    Pganga888
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    Pganga888Sat, 22 Dec 2012 09:49:36 -0000

    what is the duration of MS program in germany?is it useful to get a job over there?

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    chetand_91Thu, 20 Jun 2013 10:05:54 -0000

    hello sir i have completed B E in Mechanical Engineering.I want to know what is the procedure to do the higher studies(MS) in GERMANY and what is the eligibility % required in be to do ms in german.

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