Master studies in Germany

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Find a master’s course in Germany and learn how you can finance it.

There are lots of reasons why studying in Germany can be your best decision. In Germany, you study at respected universities at a rather reasonable cost compared to many other European countries. Since most German universities are public, you don’t have to pay tuition fees for many of their programmes. For a master´s degree, 800 euros per month are usually enough to cover all of your expenditure, including housing, food and health insurance.

First, you should have successfully completed your bachelor´s degree and demonstrate good language skills in German or English (about C1 GER). The exact criteria are defined by each university. The following pages show a list of master’s courses and lots of further information: Eight Steps to Germany,;

You probably have lots more questions. Not to worry, that is to be expected when facing a major decision like earning a master’s degree abroad. We would be happy to advise you in our DAAD Information Centre in Budapest or by email. Please contact us at We look forward to hearing from you!

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