Studying in Germany after the 12th grade provides practically all of the possibilities based on your interests and goals. In Germany, you have the option of enrolling in your course of choice at a public university, a technical university, or a university of applied sciences.
A few of the popular courses are Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Industrial Engineering/Business and Engineering, Computer Science, Robotics/Artificial Intelligence, Business Administration/Management, Medicine/health science and Social work.
Postgraduate students who commence their studies in Germany with a preparatory programme or a German language course will benefit much more in the long run. Knowing better German allows students to complete their German-taught postgraduate degree programme without difficulty.
Germany's Skilled Immigration Act, 2020, makes it simpler for international students to search for jobs while studying and transition to work if they choose, i.e., from studies to work.
Completion of Studienkollege will lead to German abitur which is the University's entry qualification.
For postgraduate degree programmes, German public institutions accept new student applications with a minimum of 50% in their bachelor's degrees. Students applying for English-taught courses, on the other hand, face fierce competition from students all around the world. In this case, you may need at least 70% to be eligible to apply.