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How to study in Germany in English…

International students who do not sprechen sie Deutsche may find it hard to gather the right information on how to study in Germany in English, particularly at undergraduate level. Although many students attracted to study in Germany are motivated by the free tuition, finding reputable free English-language programs at public universities is not easy. This is because the majority of undergraduate courses at German universities are taught in German.
Despite this, if you are not limited to free degrees, there are many options for international undergraduates within private institutions. While tuition fees are charged at these private schools, they can still be markedly cheaper than the average price of international courses elsewhere in the world. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) for instance, offers a bachelor’s program in mechanical engineering taught in English, at a price of €7,000 (US$7,900) per semester (two semesters per year), while ESCP Europe offers the chance to study in the capital cities of three countries (London, Paris/Madrid and Berlin) on its Bachelor in Management program for €12,500 (US$13,950) per year. ESCP Europe also offers graduate programs taught in English across all five of its European campuses (based in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and Turin), including the Master in Management and the Master in European Business programs.

If free tuition is what you’re after, there are alternative options. For these, you may need to look beyond the most famous universities in Germany, to consider institutions which are perhaps smaller, specialized or vocational in focus. For instance, you may consider Germany’s universities of applied sciences, which offer more specialized pathways of learning to create highly skilled graduates in the science and technology sectors. This option can be good for those who already have a career path mapped out and wish to get practical skills in their field alongside a recognized degree.
Before applying to a school, make sure to do some research regarding the school’s reputation in your chosen field. You should also ensure that the institution offer the right qualifications for your career, as some only offer diplomas, rather than full degrees.
To find opportunities to study in English in Germany, the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) provides an international program search tool. This allows you to sort through a whole range of international programs at all degree levels, by German universities, universities of applied sciences, arts colleges and research institutes.