MS in Germany

If you are looking for top notch education but cannot afford high tuition fee, then MS in Germany is the right option for you. Study at top public universities at Zero Tuition Fee. Scroll through this page to get answers to all your questions on how to pursue MS in Germany

MS in Germany

If you are looking for top notch education but cannot afford high tuition fee, then MS in Germany is the right option for you. Study at top public universities at Zero Tuition Fee.

Study in Germany

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8 Reasons to Pursue MS in Germany

Today, a Master’s degree from Germany is one of the most sought-after. In this article, we have discussed the main reasons for why you should consider pursuing MS in Germany.

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Step by Step Guide to Apply for MS in Germany

In this article, we have simplified the process of application to Universities in Germany by providing you a clear step by step guidance on how to apply to study in Germany.

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Top Universities for MS in Germany

43 German universities are ranked among the world’s top 700 – highest after the US and UK. Check out the best universities in Germany, their rankings and major accomplishments.
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Best Courses for Master in Germany

There is a huge range of courses in Germany as the country hosts hundreds of universities and colleges. Before you choose a course, check out the most popular courses in Germany.
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Eligibility Requirements for Studying in Germany

Here’s our comprehensive guide to help you gain complete knowledge of the requirements for Bachelors and Masters course in Germany. It’s a must read, if you aspire to study in Germany. 
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How Much Does it Costs to Study in Germany?

Financial resources are important aspect of your plans to study abroad. Read this article to understand how much it costs to pursue MS in Germany and how to arrange funds.
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How to Get APS Certificate for Germany

APS certificate is mandatory for Indian students who want to pursue bachelors or MS in Germany. Read this article to know all about APS certificate and how to get it.
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Best Study in Germany Consultant in India

Looking to study in Germany? Get complete support from the No.1 study in Germany Consultants. We provide the best guidance to students through our experts who graduated from Germany.

What We Offer

Our flawless track record and very high success rate have fulfilled the dreams of many students who aspire to do MS in Germany from prestigious universities of Germany and beyond. With our team of experts who exactly know how to submit a strong application and personal connections with professors at many universities, you can boost your chances of securing admission at German Universities. Our specialisation in placing students at top universities for masters and fully-funded PhDs differentiates us from the rest.

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Counselling by German Graduates

Get access to the first hand knowledge which our experts have gained from their long experience of studying & living in Germany.

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Searching & Shortlisting Options

From thousands of courses that are offered in Germany, we shortlist programs that are related to your interest and where your chances of admission are high.

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CV Polishing - to bring out the Best in You

Our experts edit and polish your CV so that you make an excellent first impression in the eyes of the admission committee which makes your application stand out.

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SOP Review by German Expert

We edit your Statement of Purpose and get it reviewed by a subject matter expert in Germany, which boosts your chances of admission by many folds.

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Application & Admission

With us on your side, you don’t have to worry about filling lengthy and complicated application forms, which are sometimes only available in German language.

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APS Certificate Application

APS certificate is mandatory for the study visa application for Germany. We will help you in obtaining the APS certificate from the Academic Evaluation Center.
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Setting-up Blocked Accont for Germany

It is a proof you have sufficient financial means to support yourself in Germany – again a requirement for German study visa which we help you to fulfil
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Germany Study Visa Application

We fill your visa application form, help you arrange all the necessary documents and arrange visa appointment in a smooth and hassle-free manner.

We Help in Admissions to All German Universities Including:

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We Help in Admissions to All German Universities Including:


Why Choose Us

Our MS in Germany Consultation Services are provided under the supervision of our Director Dr. Sriyash Mangal who completed his Ph.D. in Cell and Developmental Biology from Ludwig Maximillian University Munich (IMPRS-LS Ph.D Program), Germany after graduating from University College London. Importantly, all his studies were fully-funded for both Tuition Fees and the living cost. Dr. Sriyash Mangal has worked in World’s best research institutes like Max Planck Institute in Munich & Dresden and has more than 10 publications in international journals.

After completing his studies from Top Universities, he is mentoring and guiding students from many years who dream of studying abroad in Top-Ranked Institutions.

What Students Say

The team addressed all my concerns for MS in Germany professionally and were patient enough to hear me and provide solutions accordingly. I was impressed by the profile of Dr. Sriyash Mangal, so I enrolled with them. The team was proactive in providing all the relevant information about available courses, deadlines, etc. The quality of edited documents was great, it couldn’t have been better considering my profile. I am very happy with my decision that I trusted them and took their help.

Navya Singhal

MSc Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, TUM Munich

Exceptional service throughout! You can trust on them. Thank you so much Road to Abroad team and special thanks to Sriyash Sir. Right from picking the university, application, visa and accommodation, everything went really well. They are the best consultants in India for students who wants to go to Germany. The experience was really very great. I recommed their services to all the students who are looking to apply to pursue MS in Germany.

Joseph Sangma

MSc Astrophysics, LMU Munich

I got admission at FAU Erlangen (a top German University) for my MS in Germany. I am very happy with the services provided by Road to Abroad. They helped me a lot. Sriyash sir is very kind and guided me for the process. He is doing extraordinary work. My all tasks were done on time. I also took their document writing service and loved the quality of all my documents. The team exactly know what Is required for getting admission in Germany. They don’t misguide and give genuine opinion. I would definitely recommend them for getting masters in Germany.
Jayant Adhikari

MSc Economics, FAU Erlangen

Road to Abroad is a very professional and dedicated group of individuals who were at the same time friendly and flexible with my situation. The guidance and response given at any given time is excellent. Mansi Ma’am and Sriyash sir have guided me throughout the process without any let-downs. Always patient to answer my multiple doubts no matter how small it may be. I highly recommend their services for MS in Germany!

Divank Arora

MSc Sociology, University of Cologne

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Our Charges

Total Amount: Rs. 1,00,000 (+18% GST)

In-depth Profile Analysis

Counselling by PhD Graduates

Searching & Shortlisting Options

Applying for APS Certificate

CV Editing & Polishing

Editing SOP & LORs

SOP Review by Expert in Germany

Transcript & Document Check

Application Filling & Submission

No. of Applications - Up to 10

Visa Application Assistance

Opening Blocked Account

Travel Forex Card

Travel Health Insurance

Schedule of Payment

60,000 (+18% GST) – At the Time of Enrolment With Us

40,000 (+18% GST) – After Receiving Admission Letter

Pricing FAQs

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How can I avail your services?

If you wish to enrol with us, please share your up- to-date CV on and call us on +91 8383050912.

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept all major credit cards, debit cards in addition to UPI & direct bank transfer. Please note that an additional transaction charge of 2-3% will be levied on payments by Indian cards & 4-5% on payment by foreign cards.

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Please contact us on or call 8383050912 and share your preferred method of payment. Our team will send you the bank details or QR code or credit/ debit card payment link accordingly.

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Can I cancel my plan after purchase?

Once paid, refunds will not be entertained under any circumstances.

How long will my plan be valid after payment?

We will help you to apply in German Universities for the one chosen intake in which a maximum of 10 applications can be submitted. 

Can I pay your charges in installments?

You have to pay our fees in two installments. Rs. 60,000 (+18% tax) has to be paid at the time of enrolment and reamaining Rs. 40,000 (+18% tax) has to be paid after receiving the offer letter. It is not possible to break these installment further into smaller amounts.

However, if you pay by credit card, then your bank may allow you to convert that amount into smaller EMIs. For more information on this, please contact the issuing bank of your credit card. Please note that we have nothing to do with EMI conversion or any dispute which may arise between you and the issuing bank of your credit card. 

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MS in Germany FAQs

1. Can I Study in Germany Free of Charge?

Yes, most students in Germany attend public universities where tuition fees are rarely charged (with just a nominal administration fee per semester of about US$300). At private universities, however, tuition fees is charged for all undergraduate and master’s degree courses and it can range up to 10,000 euros per semester. Regardless of the amount of tuition fees – no matter how low or high – the quality of education is very high at both, public and private universities. For more details, see Cost to Study in Germany

1. Can I Study in Germany Free of Charge?

Yes, most students in Germany attend public universities where tuition fees are rarely charged (with just a nominal administration fee per semester of about US$300). At private universities, however, tuition fees is charged for all undergraduate and master’s degree courses and it can range up to 10,000 euros per semester. Regardless of the amount of tuition fees – no matter how low or high – the quality of education is very high at both, public and private universities.

2. What Types of Degree Do German Universities Offer?

All universities in Germany offer internationally recognized degrees. BA or a BSc (Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science) will usually take 6 semesters (3 years) to complete, MA or MSc (Master of Arts / Master of Science) will take 2-4 semesters (1-2 years) and a PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) will last 4-6 semesters (2-3 years). More specialized degrees are also available, including MBA (Masters in Business Administration) programs. For more information, see Top Courses in Germany.

3. What are the Entry Requirements to Study in Germany?

To study in Germany, you need a ‘higher education entrance qualification’. This can come in many formats, particularly for international students who have gained their school-leaving qualifications in a different country. For prospective undergraduate students, a high-school diploma, school-leaving certificate or university entrance exam result is usually sufficient. For postgraduate programs, students need to provide an undergraduate degree certificate. Usually, if your qualification would allow you entry into higher education in your home country, it will also be sufficient to allow you to apply to German universities. If your qualification is not recognized, you can take a preparatory course at a Studienkolleg before taking a compulsory assessment test known as a Feststellungprüfung. For more information, see Eligibility Requirements to Study in Germany

4. Do I Need to Speak German?

If you’re undertaking a German-taught program, then only you will need proficiency in German. Accepted proficiency tests are the DSH (German Language University Entrance Examination for International Applicants), TestDaF (Test of German as a Foreign Language), GDS (Goethe Institut German Language Diploma) and the DSD (German Language Diploma of the Standing Conference of the Minister of Education and Cultural Affairs, Level II). There are numerous English-taught programs at universities in Germany, particularly at postgraduate level. If you are a non-native English speaker, you may be required to provide proof of English-language proficiency with a TOEFL or IELTS result but German language test will not be required.

5. How Do I Apply to Universities in Germany?

Admissions processes vary between institutions, so make sure to check the information given by your chosen university before submitting an application. If you are unable to find the entry requirements of a program you want to apply for or you aren’t sure how to apply, visit the website of the university’s International Office and read the information provided online or contact the expert team of Road to Abroad. See How to Apply to Study in Germany.

6. Do I Need a Student Visa to Study in Germany?

This depends on your country of origin. If you are from a country within the EU or the EEA you do not need a student visa. If you are from Australia, New Zealand, the US, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Switzerland or Israel you still do not require a student visa, but you will need to register for a residence permit upon arrival in Germany. If you are from Andorra, Brazil, El Salvador, Honduras, Monaco, San Marino or Taiwan, you only need a visa if you plan on working in Germany before or after your studies. If your home country hasn’t been mentioned above, then you will need to apply for a German student visa at least three months before you are due to travel. See Study Visa for Germany

7. University or Fachhochschulen, What to Choose?

Institutions which are geared towards practical learning are known as Fachhochschulen or Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS). They offer degrees in fields such as engineering, natural science and business administration. Attending UAS may help you build industry contacts and offer more opportunity for practical learning, including internships. But, if you wish to pursue an academic career, UAS may not be the best option, as there is less focus on theoretic work and they do not award PhDs. See Types of Universities in Germany

1. Can I Study in Germany Free of Charge?

Yes, most students in Germany attend public universities where tuition fees are rarely charged (with just a nominal administration fee per semester of about US$300). At private universities, however, tuition fees is charged for all undergraduate and master’s degree courses and it can range up to 10,000 euros per semester. Regardless of the amount of tuition fees – no matter how low or high – the quality of education is very high at both, public and private universities. For more details, see Cost to Study in Germany

8. Should I Apply to Private Universities in germany?

Yes, studying at private universities in Germany is a great option. Germany is home to many excellent private universities which provide high quality education. Unlike public universities which are free, private universities charge tuition fees. But, the amount is still affordable as compared to tuition fees charged by universities in many other countries. Moreover, while studying at a private university in Germany, you enjoy the same benefits that students of public university have like part-time work and post-study work visa.

9. Are Scholarships Available to Cover Living Costs?

Although tuition fees in Germany are non-existent at public universities, you still need to consider how you’ll cover living costs. If you don’t have a sponsor or supporting family member, there are various opportunities to gain scholarships to cover these costs. Scholarships to study in Germany can be obtained in various ways. The German government offers some funding to international students through the DAAD or the European Commission’s Erasmus scheme, and many opportunities are offered independently by German universities or external funding bodies. Browse the funding options on your chosen university’s website to see if they offer any international scholarships. Please note that such scholarships are quite competitive and often cover only a part of your expenses. See Popular Scholarships in Germany

10. Where Will I Live During My Studies?

Unfortunately, most German universities do not offer accommodation to enrolling students and finding accommodation is up to you. With no tuition fees in Germany, rent is likely to be your biggest monthly expense, and this will vary depending on which part of the country you live in. In big cities within Western Germany (Dusseldorf, Cologne etc.) and smaller student-oriented cities such as Heidelberg and Freiburg, you should expect to pay slightly more than if you were living in eastern Germany (eg. Berlin). When looking for accommodation in Germany, you should consider student residences, shared accommodation or an apartment. An unshared apartment is the most expensive choice, and shared accommodation would be cheaper. If you struggle with finding accommodation, you can also look for temporary accommodation to cover your first few days or weeks in the country. In these instances, emergency housing may be provided by the university or you could try staying in a hostel, B&B or hotel. See How to Find Student Accommodation in Germany

11. Can I Work in Germany During My Studies?

Yes, you can! If you are a full-time EU or EEA student (excluding students from Bulgaria and Romania), you can work part- time for up to 20 hours per week. If you are a full time student from outside of the EU (or from Romania and Bulgaria) including India, you will be limited to working up to 190 full days or 240 half days per year before you must apply for a work permit. The minimum wages in Germany are quite generous. So if you work part-time and exhaust the upper limit of 190 full or 240 half days, then you will be able to earn a significant portion of your living cost. See Part-Time Jobs in Germany and Where to Find Them

12. Can I Stay In Germany After I Complete My Studies

After completing your studies in Germany, as an international student you are able to stay in the country and seek work for an additional period of 18 months. If you gain work in Germany within this time you should make sure that you extend your visa, residence or work permit to ensure you are living in the country legally. See Job After Masters in Germany

13. Can I Bring My Family While I Am Studying in Germany?

Yes, you can bring your family, such as your spouse of children, with you if you have a residence permit in Germany. If your stay in Germany is longer than one year, you have the possibility of applying for a family reunion visa. However, you must also provide proof that you have enough financial resources to support them without the need of social assistance. See Family Reunion Visa for Germany

14. Do I Need Health Insurance to Study in Germany?

Yes, you do need health insurance in order to study in Germany. Moreover, foreign students are entitled to public (statutory) health insurance, which means degree students up to the age of 30 are eligible to register with a public health insurance provider instead of a private one. If you need a visa to enter Germany, you will be required to provide proof of health insurance as part of the visa requirements. You will have to obtain private travel health insurance until you are properly matriculated in your university and eligible to take up public health insurance.

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