MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS: STUDY FREE, TRAINING & PLACEMENT

Study Medical PG in Germany

Eligibility Criteria:

  • MBBS /Fresher’s or Min. 1 Year Experience
  • B2/C1 Level German Certificate
  • FSP & Approbation exam is passed

Benefits:

  • Free Education or Zero Tuition Fees
  • World best medical infrastructure & Healthcare System
  • Stipend during PG Residency: 3500 to 5500 euro/ month
  • Clinical Job training in German Hospitals
  • High chance to get Permanent German Residency ( German Green Card)

Study Master’s in Dentistry

Eligibility Criteria:

  • BDS /Fresher’s or Min. 1 Year Experience
  • B2/C1 Level German Certificate
  • FSP & Approbation exam is passed

Benefits:

  • Free Education or Zero Tuition Fees
  • World best medical infrastructure & Healthcare System
  • Stipend during PG Residency: 3500 to 5500 euro/ month
  • Clinical Job training in German Hospitals
  • High chance to get Permanent German Residency ( German Green Card)

Study Master’s in Nursing

Eligibility Criteria:

  • BSc/Post BSc/Fresher’s or Min. 1 Year Experience
  • B2/C1 Level German Certificate
  • Test daf Certificate

Benefits:

  • Free Education or Zero Tuition Fees
  • World best medical infrastructure & Healthcare System
  • Stipend during Master’s Study: 1800 to 2100 euro/ month
  • Clinical Job training in German Hospitals
  • High chance to get Permanent German Residency ( German Green Card)

Study Master’s in Pharmacy

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Pharm or Pharm-D /Fresher’s or Min. 1 Year Experience
  • B2/C1 Level German Certificate
  • Approbation exam is passed

Benefits:

  • Free Education or Zero Tuition Fees
  • World best Pharmaceutical  infrastructure & Healthcare System
  • Stipend during doing Pharma specialization: 3500 to 5500 euro/ month
  • Clinical Pharmacy Job training in  Hospitals & Pharmaceutical Industries
  • High chance to get Permanent German Residency ( German Green Card)

Study Master’s in Physiotherapy

Eligibility Criteria:

  • BPT /Fresher’s or Min. 1 Year Experience
  • B2/C1 Level German Certificate
  • Approbation exam is passed

Benefits:

  • Free Education or Zero Tuition Fees
  • World best medical physio- infrastructure & Healthcare System
  • Stipend during physio-specialization: 1800 to 2500 euro/ month
  • Physio Job training in German Hospitals
  • High chance to get Permanent German Residency ( German Green Card)

Study Master’s in Med. Technology

Eligibility Criteria:

  • BSc Technicians: OT, LAB, CARDIO, NEURO,etc./Fresher’s or Min. 1 Year Experience
  • B2/C1 Level German Certificate
  • Test daf Certificate

Benefits:

  • Free Education or Zero Tuition Fees
  • World best medical infrastructure & Healthcare System
  • Stipend during Post Graduation: 1750 to 2100 euro/ month
  • Clinical Job training in German Hospitals
  • High chance to get Permanent German Residency ( German Green Card)

STUDY IN GERMANY WITHOUT TUITION FEES

Study Bachelor’s in Germany

  • Medical: MBBS,Dentistry,Nursing,Physiotherapy,Pharmacy,Paramedics
  • Engineering: Bachelor of Engineering/ Bachelor of technology
  • Management and Arts: BBA,B.COM,BHM,BIM,etc.

Bachelor’s in English Taught German Public Universities:

Eligibility criteria:

  • No Tuition Fee is Required.
  • In high school GPA minimum “3.5” or Percentage min. 80 ~ 85.
  • IELTS (6.5 minimum) or TOEFL (71 ~ 89 minimum).
  • German Language A1 level.
  • Experience is not mandatory.
  • Duration:- 4 years.
  • Intake:- winter and summer.
  • Summer intake admission deadline-15th January.
  • Winter intake admission deadline-15th July.

Study Master’s in Germany

  • Medical: MD/MS,MDS,MSc Nursing,MPT,M.Pharma,M.Paramedics
  • Engineering: Master’s of Engineering(IT,CS,EEE,E&C,ME)
  • Management and Arts: MBA,M.COM,MHM,MIM,etc.

Master’s in English Taught German Public Universities:

Eligibility criteria:

  • No Tuition Fee is Required.
  • In bachelor’s GPA minimum “3” or Percentage min. 70 ~ 75.
  • IELTS (6.5 minimum) or TOEFL (71 ~ 89 minimum).
  • German Language A1 level.
  • Experience is not mandatory.
  • Duration:- 2 years.
  • Intake:- winter and summer.
  • Summer intake admission deadline-15th January.
  • Winter intake admission deadline-15th July.

Study PhD with Stipend

Benefits:

  • No tuition fees are required
  • Scholarship about 1200 ~ 1800 Euros/Month
  • Mobility allowance
  • Insurance and medical & more..

Eligibility criteria:

  • Master’s degree with 60% and above
  • Research and projects abstract
  • Recommendations and References
  • IELTS: 6.5 Band overall
  • German A1 level (not mandatory)

Courses available:

  • Architecture, design, and planning
  • Innovation design and Sustainable Urban Planning
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biotechnology & Chemical Sciences
  • Molecular Biology and Cellular Biotechnology
  • Computer sciences and mathematics
  • Life and health sciences, many more….

Study Bachelor’s in German Taught Public Universities

Eligibility Criteria

  • 10+2/12th with 55% as an aggregate (minimum).
  • German language A1 level.
  • The Intake is available for the whole year.
  • No experience, IELTS/GRE/GMAT required
  • Tuition fees for the Foundation course are 7500 ~ 9500 euros (includes A2 to C1 level language +TELC or Test DaF).
  • No tuition fee for the course taught in German Public universities, after the foundation course.

Study Master’s in German Taught Public Universities

Eligibility Criteria

  • Bachelor’s with 55% as an aggregate (minimum).
  • German language A1 level.
  • The Intake is available for the whole year.
  • No experience, IELTS/GRE/GMAT required
  • Tuition fees for the Foundation course are 6500 ~ 7500 euros (includes A2 to C1 level language +TELC or Test DaF).
  • No tuition fee for the course taught in German Public universities, after the foundation course.

Study Master’s in Management & Arts German taught Public Universities

Eligible Criteria:

  • Bachelor’s with 55% as an aggregate (minimum).
  • German language A1 level.
  • The Intake is available for the whole year.
  • No experience, IELTS/GRE/GMAT required
  • Tuition fees for thepreparatory course are 6500 ~ 7500 euros (includes A2 to C1 level language +TELC or Test DaF).
  • No tuition fee for the MBA course taught in German Public universities, after the preparatory course.

MBA in English Taught German Public Universities

Eligibility Criteria:

  • No Tuition Fees is Required
  • IELTS ( 6.5 minimum) or TOEFL (71 ~ 89 ) or GRE ( 305 ~ 330) or GMAT (650~ 720).
  • Experience of 2 to 3 years is a must.
  • Duration is 12,18 ,24 months.
  • Intake:- winter & Summer.
  • Summer intake admission Deadline (15 th January)
  • Winter intake admission deadline (15 th July).
  • GPA:- (minimum 3)
  • percentage:- ( minimum 70 to 75%).

Vocational Training after 12th pass with Stipend (650 ~1050E/M)

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Secondary school leaving diploma in the home country
  • German language certificate at least B1
  • Age limit: 25 years
  • Need Block Account: 10,236 Euro
  • Motivational Letter

Benefits:

  • Professional practice and contact with colleagues in the company right from the start
  • No training costs – VET is for free!
  • Training salaryfrom day one
  • High chance of being taken on after the training

Study Bachelor’s of Nursing without Tuition Fees

Benefits & Eligibility Criteria:

  • No Tuition fees are required
  • Stipend during a study about 850 ~1150 Euros/month
  • The dual training program, like training and placement
  • After completion of course 100% placement as a staff nurse and start earning 2500 ~ 3000 Euros/month
  • No IELTS/TOEFL is required
  • Only need High school diploma with min 55%
  • Only need B1 level German language in the home country

 

Germany is one of the most popular known anglo study destinations in the world, many of you can get attracted to no fee courses. It offers a unique combination of great universities and high quality of life, and rivals other popular destinations such as the United Kingdom or Holland. Germany is not particularly expensive compared to other European countries. But if you want to successfully study abroad, you will have to correctly estimate the costs and ensure that you can cover them. Apart from the cost of studying, world- class universities, leading professorship, modern facilities, future prospects etc, makes this wonderful country a perfect location to study. Learn German Language If you would like to come to Germany and pursue your education free of cost, you have to learn German language. So, after 12th, the first thing you have to do is study language. There are six levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2. You will have to have a B2 level of German language to study in Germany. You can study the German language and give your exams in authorised institutes such as Goethe Institute There are two options for it 1) You can do A1, A2 (online courses are also available) along with your studies from here and continue the rest in Germany. 2) You can complete till B1 here go for the course.

What we would suggest to you is the first option because you will learn language well only when you interact and mingle with others. That is the only best way to develop your communication skills faster and better than just in classrooms. When you're in Germany you hear German language and you're forced to speak in German language as very few people understand English. In Germany, there is higher secondary till class 13 whereas in india we have till class 12th. So in order to be equivalent to that we have to do Studienkoleg which is of one year. Studienkolleg is a prep college in Germany designed to prepare incoming international students who are willing to study in Germany but whose qualifications don’t meet the German education system criteria. Usually, a Studienkolleg course lasts for 4 academic semesters or a full academic year. Its intention is to prepare you with the required skills and knowledge on particular subjects

related to your favorite university course. Typically, a B1 or B2 level language is required from German universities to attend a Studienkolleg. Now, it's your choice which stream you have to go ahead for e.g. medical , technical, commerce etc. Medical programs are available only in german language whereas in other programs some colleges or universities offer them in English language also. Blocked account The next thing that you require before applying for a visa is a Block account. A blocked account is a special type of bank account for foreign students in Germany, that serves as evidence they have enough funds to live in Germany for a year and serves as a proof of financial resources when applying for a German student visa. As of 2020, the annual amount for a blocked account is €10,236. Students can withdraw a maximum of €853 per month. Block account exceptions There are some exceptional cases also for entering Germany without a block account. Studying in Germany without a blocked account is possible if you fulfill one of the requirements listed below: ❖ Scholarship from an educational establishment ❖ Confirmation of government funding or approved student loan in Germany ❖ Invitation from a friend or relative living in Germany (Verpflichtungserklärung) ➢ Scholarship must come from a reputed government or Educational institution (e.g., DAAD, Max Planck) ➢ The sum must cover your living expenses ❖ Invitation from a friend or relative living in Germany (Verpflichtungserklärung) ➢ This person will be responsible to support you financially during your studies ➢ The reason for the invitation must be clearly stated: “Studium” (studies) ➢ This document must be obtained in person at an Alien’s Registration Office in Germany

In case you do not match any of the requirements above, the blocked account becomes a mandatory prerequisite for the visa in order to study in Germany. Blocked Account Options The bank account for students, who require a visa (India, China, Pakistan, Russia, Colombia, etc.) must be opened before the visa application. You can open a blocked account from your home country at:

❖ Deutsche Bank ❖ Fintiba ❖ Expatrio ❖ Coracle ❖ Kotak Mahindra (India) ❖ Isbank (Turkey) ❖ UBL Bank (Pakistan) You have to apply for a student national visa with the above admission letters for language course and studienkolleg Types of Universities There are 2 types of universities: Public and private universities. There are around 17 public universities in Germany for international students that are tution free. Some of the largest public universities are: ➔ University of Cologne ➔ Ludwig Maximilians University Munich (LMU) ➔ Goethe University Frankfurt ➔ RWTH Aachen University ➔ University of Münster ➔ Ruhr University Bochum ➔ University of Duisburg-Essen ➔ Universität Hamburg ➔ FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg ➔ Technical University of Munich (TUM) ➔ University of Würzburg

Also, these universities have free tuition, but you will need to pay for living expenses if you do not get additional scholarships from these universities. To help you with living expenses, We highly suggest that you look at DAAD Scholarships, which is German Government Scholarships for International Students. Combined with these free tuition universities in Germany as well as other Best Scholarships in Germany, you can truly study in Germany for free. Here are some scholarships for international college students in Germany: ➔ DeutschlandStipendium National Scholarship Programme ➔ Erasmus Scholarships

➔ Goethe Goes Global Scholarships ➔ Heinrich Boll Scholarships ➔ Friedrich Ebert Scholarships

Is it possible to study in English? You have got options to study in Germany even without doing the language study. There are universities and colleges which offer courses both UG and PG, with and without IELTS. Various Scholarship programs are also available. You will also get a stay back period of 18 months, but getting a part time job without German language is a difficult part that you will have to face. Maybe it depends when we come across German people, we will automatically learn basic to speak and survive.

The undergraduate degrees in Germany are offered in the German language, unless you have enrolled in a private university, then you can study a degree taught in English otherwise you have to learn German. At the postgraduate level, there are a variety of degree programs where English is the medium of instruction. Below are shown some German colleges that offer international postgraduate courses taught in English:- ● Hochschule Mannheim –University of Applied Sciences ● Karlsruhe Institute of Technology ● Berlin International University of Applied Sciences ● Bremen University of Applied Sciences ● Jacobs University ● Technische Universitat Munchen ● University of Gottingen ● Max Planck Institute ● Freie Universitat Berlin ● Technische Universitat Dresden

Way to MBBS You will require a minimum of 90% in your board exams. And the language level required is C1. TestDAf is to be attended to get admission for Medicine. In Germany, a regular MBBS course lasts for 6 years and 3 months. But since MBBS courses are taught in the German language those who don’t have the proper level of German have to spend an additional year into a language preparatory course before entering the regular course. Thus an MBBS in Germany may take up to 7 years and 3 months. An MBBS in Germany covers four main stages: Stage 1 (2 years or 4 semesters) – Pre-clinical section

During this stage, you’re going to be introduced to major important concepts and topics in medicine like the basics of human anatomy required for further improvement in medicine. At the end of this stage, you’ll sit at the first examination test in your MBBS degree course known as the Examination for Physicians or Ärztliche Prüfung. Stage 2 (3 years or 6 semesters) – Clinical stage

The clinical stage lasts for 3 years from the 5th semester in your medical course and it leads to the second round of Physicians examination test. This section is the most important part of your medical studies in Germany because you will be taught about core concepts and topics in medicine while you will also participate plenty of times in hospital environments. Stage 3 (1 year and three months) – Practical year

After successfully completing all rounds of the Examination for Physicians tests you’re going to enter the final stage of your journey to earn your MBBS in Germany that of a practical year. For more than a year you’ll participate in real-life training sessions where you can put your skills and knowledge in practice. Stage 4 State Examination and Approbation

State examination and Approbation are the final steps to become a recognized medical practitioner in Germany. You’re going to sit for a State examination once you have successfully completed your MBBS course. Its intention is to prove you have acquired the required theoretical and practical skills to perform as a doctor. Finally, you have to get a license to be allowed to practice your job as a doctor. Such a license is called Approbation or Berufserlaubnis in the German language and it’s legitimate for the whole of your life.

MS after MBBS You will have to give your certificates for verification. You can start processing your documents for your medical license and that is being done by institute Lageso. They verify your documents such as all your degrees, transcript of records, medical certificates, etc. therefore you have to prepare all your documents as per the requirements and submit for evaluation

Once the evaluation is done they will inform you what are the deficits that you need to clarify or you need to submit. So that is called a deficit beshyire certificate. This also contains data for your payment as mentioned depending upon the area you're applying for. the payment varies as per the province you're applying. The evaluated certificate is known as deficit mezine. After that You have to go to Arztekammer of the particular province and register as fachsprachprufung (FSP) which is the first test that you're supposed to give for getting a medical license. The courses which you have done earlier will help you for this. By the time we can apply for a short term internship as a medical doctor in any hospital and field of your choice, which can be meant to gain a further instinct and idea about the tasks, working environment, etc It can be a specific hospital in Germany or in general, or it can be simply meant to experience th German Medical System.

You can give the FSP in a particular province where you would like to work because after FSP you will be able to work for an eligible license. There are two options for you of giving a FSP. The first option is that you get a provincial license and start working (temporary license which is valid for 2 years). and if you want to continue working in Germany after these 2years you have to have a permanent license to work. Berufserlaubins is the temporary medical license. It is a license issued through the state medical council. It states that this person can practice medicine in Germany in a particular province. The prime requirement for this is that the hospital should give in

writing that they will be appointing you once you receive the license (Employment letter). The second course is preparation of medical license, after clearing this exam you will get the permanent license. With a permanent license you can work all over Germany everywhere , whereas with a temporary license you can work only in a particular province.

PAP programs for nurses ➔ 9month certified programme with 100% internship (paid 1000 euros) ➔ No IELTS not required ➔ No fund required (if B2 level) ➔ 100% job oriented programme ➔ Part time job if A1 level along with program ➔ Register with German Nursing Council ➔ Fees 2,500-3,500 Euro Eligibility ● BSC / Post BSC / GNM /MSC nurses can apply with min of 6months experience ● Diploma / Degree Holder ● A1 certification in German Language (atleast)

The main thing you had here is language. So language is the key for coming to Germany.

However for MBBS Germany is a best option with the latest technologies and practical way of learning things compared to any other countries and that too with free of cost. Student visa requirements The most important requirements for your Germany student visa process are:

● Visa Application Documents ○ Filled national visa application form. ○ National passport. ○ Two photocopies of your passport.

○ Your birth certificate ○ Your marriage certificate. (If applicable). ○ Your child’s certificate of birth. (If applicable). ○ Your recent passport-style photographs. (Up to 3). ○ Photocopies of previous German residence titles. (If applicable). ○ Previous Schengen visa. ○ Previous German resident permit. ● Proof of Financial Resources ○ Letter of commitment and evidence of your parent’s income records and financial assets. ○ Letter of commitment by a German resident. This letter is taken at the Alien’s Registration Office, by the German resident whose going to cover your costs during your studies. ○ Scholarship awarding certificate that shows the number of costs it covers. ○ Bank guarantee from a recognized German bank. ● Proof of University Admission ○ Proof of conditional university admission ○ Proof of having paid the language course. ○ Confirmation of admission in a university preparatory course ○ Proof of conditional university admission. ● Evidence of your earlier education ○ Original school-leaving certificate. ○ Degree certificate. (If applicable) ● Student Health Insurance. ● University entrance qualification ● Certificate of German or English Language Proficiency.

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