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I want to know about universities in germany for doing my MS in electronics & telecommunication?

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Now i'm in B.Tech 3rd yr and for MS from Germany..but i'm really in dark about how to proceed(how/when to apply),selection of universities,scholarship and financial aid etc? Also i want to know the future after completion of MS (industrial Job), and how to apply for DAAD? Is there any special criteria they want from the students beside YGPA,i.e; project work, paper work on relevant field, industrial experience?
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    jdipika
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    Dipika JainFri, 07 Jan 2011 11:41:13 -0000

    Hello,

    Germany is beginning to be one of the favorite spots for international applicants in lieu of its recognition for technological innovation. Be in any discipline of engineering German companies are just on the top of the list not only nationally but also internationally. Further more the strategic university locations, excellent job opportunities attract more and more international applicants.

    Now if you have experience, projects, paper work in the pipe line, then be it Germany or USA, they add the extra edge that demarcates one profile in the crowd.

    The degrees offered are internationally recognized. This eliminates the fear in most of the young minds are skeptical about their degree earned in Germany.

    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 :

    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.

    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.

    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).

    If finances is a cause of worry you can consider 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. You may also consider the option DAAD- and the government established 'Federal Education and Training Assistance Act' to guarantee trainees a minimum of financial support. DAAD scholarships are for MS and PhD students both. They are not offered for in the field of Computers and Business / Management as per the information provided. Our lessons on Studying Abroad Germany will help you more on this.

    Good luck!

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    sunnysaroj
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    sunnysarojThu, 17 Feb 2011 07:26:55 -0000

    for M.Tech & job oriented

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    pranavjayaraman
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    pranavjayaramanMon, 30 May 2011 12:51:18 -0000

    Hi,I need to know more of fees details and gud colleges. I am planning to do my Masters in the field of automobile. Please help me out with it. Moreover, i am working now. So, what type of details should i produce?

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    missgreenMon, 13 Jun 2011 17:58:14 -0000

    Hi, I am planning to do MS in Energy and Environment management in Germany. So please help me out in finding the best university offering this course. And also when and how to apply for these universities.

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    jyotsnadev1
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    jyotsnadev1Mon, 12 Dec 2011 08:50:10 -0000

    hi, I am btech graduate in biomedical engineering, i want to know that in which program of masters in germany i should apply for so that i can get job in germany easily.

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    Fri, 20 Jan 2012 06:17:58 -0000

    hi,now i m in final year just i have completed my fourth year semester-1.in electronics and communications.I wanted to do MS in electronics or communication.so please help me out in the best universities offering this courses.And how to proceed(how/when to apply)scholarship and financial aid etc or any fellowship.I am eagerly waiting of your reply and any special criteria from student they want.

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    MSvinodFri, 20 Jan 2012 19:01:34 -0000

    hi,now I'm final year just i have complete my fourth year-1.in instrumentation and technology. I wanted to do MS in instrumentation and technology.so please suggest me out in best universities,best area of subject,how to proceed for scholarship and tell me about marks criteria to take admission in germany universities

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    deeparora__Sun, 19 Feb 2012 08:36:10 -0000

    i want to apply fr my masters in germany so can u temme the average universities in wich i cn get an admission , how much marks dat dey require as in gre score n degree percentage etc

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    Dhanasheelan
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    yuvipsgcasFri, 31 Aug 2012 11:48:45 -0000

    i want to join a german universities.am completed Bsc Electronics.how much mark they requires when we are doing MS?

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    likhitha_blueSun, 28 Oct 2012 13:49:24 -0000

    i am doing my btech 3rd year in instrumentation and control engineering. i want to do ms in germany. i am confused regarding which exam shall i take….so please can anyone help…..and is there any necessary for having a level 1 degree in german language for universities..

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