Study in Germany
Most international students are all aware that tertiary education is free in Germany. What that means is that both domestic and international students can legally study free without paying tuition in public universities in Germany. That said, this post will provide information about the application deadlines of universities in Germany.
Germany is one of the best countries to study science and art courses. The multi-lingual country offers excellent educational possibilities for both national and international students, with low to no tuition fees and good campus lifestyle, Germany is becoming a major attraction for prospective students. Most Universities in Germany have intensely progressive infrastructure which adds to the good reputation of the country to international students. For students who wish to pursue careers in engineering, an international environment, finest infrastructure, accredited laboratories are one of the benefits they look for in a University; German Universities have all that.
The government funds higher education in Germany and as such is literally free for all students irrespective of their nationality. The only expenses students have to worry about are living expenses.
Winter semester enrolment:Generally, applications are open end of May to 15 July
Acceptance letters – August / September.
Rejection letters- September / October.
Summer semester enrolment: Applications open beginning of December to 15 January
Acceptance letters – February / March.
Rejection letters- March / April.
NB These deadlines are only valid for most universities, always verify with your university of choice.
Study in Norway
Most people would like to believe that nothing comes for free, especially when it comes to quality education in tertiary institution. However, the Norwegians believe otherwise. Due to its free tuition public universities and colleges, Norway has become a popular study destination for most students. Another advantage is that the Universities offer their undergraduate, Masters and PhD courses in English, which means students do not have to take that extra semester learning the local language. Furthermore, the Norwegian Government also offers students scholarships to cover living expenses.
However, students will have to pay US$35 to US$70 per semester to write their exams and get an official student card. Note that the student card comes with added benefits such as reduced bus fares and lower ticket prices for a variety of cultural events.
Application deadlines in Norway
For most of the universities in Norway, there’s usually one admission deadline. Also note that all the universities in Norway are tuition free.
Please endeavor to submit your admission application before 1st March for academic programs beginning in the fall semester (September). If you are a Nordic student, you can submit your application before the 15th of April.
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