Studying in Germany
1. German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the central point through which every prospective student from abroad can obtain comprehensive information on all aspects of studying in Germany.
Many courses in Germany are not subject to any admission restrictions. However, there are also subjects that are subject to admission restrictions - the so-called NC (Numerus Clausus). A difference is made between
- the local/regional NC: The study places are allocated directly by the respective university.
- the nationwide NC: This applies to courses in medicine, pharmacy, veterinary medicine and dentistry. These study places are allocated centrally by the Foundation for University Admissions.
The DAAD has regional offices worldwide with country-specific information in the respective national language. Websites with information in EU languages are available in the following languages:
Please note: Please note that the admission procedures for EU citizens are different than for students from third countries.
2. Further information on studying in Germany
You have the opportunity to find out more about other internet platforms:
“Study in Germany - Land of ideas” is the official campaign of the German Federal government with information about Germany as a study location.
www.make-it-in-germany.com is the multilingual portal of the Federal government to attract skilled workers from abroad. In addition to information about jobs and life in Germany, brief information on studying and training in Germany is also provided.
The Germany portal - “Deutschland.de” provides information on topics such as work, education, travel and society. Studying in Germany is also an important area.