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I have to take admissions at Germany for b. Tech in mechanical engineering in English language.

- AYUSH SINGHUpdated On September 02, 2019 10:50 AM

Dear student, 

Germany is considered as a hub for Mechanical and Automobile Engineering. Many international students aspire to pursue MS in Mechanical Engineering from Germany. The universities in Germany offer three types of programmes, language-wise.

  • German taught programmes
  • English taught programmes
  • English and German taught programmes

The engineering programmes in the country are offered under Bachelor of Science (BS), Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Bachelor of Arts (BA) degrees. Although not many universities in Germany offer an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering taught in English but there are other top universities in Germany that offer Engineering programmes in the German language. 

  • Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU Munich)
  • Goethe University Frankfurt
  • GISMA Business School
  • The Technical University of Munich (TUM)
  • Heidelberg University
  • University of Applied Sciences Europe

In order to pursue Engineering from these universities, you must meet the following academic entry requirements. 

  • You should have completed 12th class or equivalent from a recognized board. 
  • For some universities, you will be required to qualify an aptitude test. 
  • You must prove proficiency in the German language.
  • It is important that you have scored the required grades in your previously acquired qualification.  

The German language requirement for the above-mentioned universities include the following tests that you need to qualify. 

  • Feststellungsprüfung
  • Studienkolleg
  • DSH-2
  • TestDaF
  • Goethe Certificate C2
  • KMK Examination
  • Telc German C1 Higher Education
  • Deutsche Sprachprüfung II

CollegeDekho wishes you luck for your future endeavours. For free counselling to understand the application procedure of German universities better, contact us.

- Nidhi BahlAnswered on September 02, 2019 10:50 AM
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