Study in Germany


Bachelor's degree

The Bachelor's degree is the first academic degree awarded by a German university that is recognised on the international labour market. Bachelor's degree programmes are designed with a student workload of around 40 study hours per week completed over 45 study weeks per year.

Students who hold a Bachelor's degree and wish to specialise in a particular area can apply for a Master's programme. You are interested in getting more information on applying for a Bachelor's programme in Germany? Then check out the links below!

Information & useful links

Information flyer (available in Chinese : please click here for download) 
The flyer covers topics such as academic requirement, language requirements, application process, scholarships, study & living costs in Germany.

A step-by-step-guide that will help you with the application process for a Bachelor's programme in Germany.

Find a programme
Check this database to search for a suitable Bachelor's programme in Germany. This database contains every study programme available at German higher education institutions.

...or register for a consultations/online-infosessions about Bachelor's degree in Germany.

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