How to Study Free in Germany

study freeIt is no longer news that major universities in Germany are offering tuition free education to every admitted international student. If you are a student and you are usually worried about the cost of tuition, worry no more. Tuition is free. The cost of living is about 600 Euros and should be enough to cover spending expenses such as food, books, accommodation, and transportation amongst others.

Germany has well over 300 universities that offer top notch courses such as medicine, law, humanities, engineering and even more. Academic courses are usually taught in German and English with most undergraduate courses taught in German and a few academic courses in English. Note that all postgraduate academic courses are taught in English.



Your O’level results as well as transcripts with academic grades stated

Birth certificate

A valid international passport

Sound health with a medical certificate confirming this


A degree and transcripts which show the course offered as well as well as the results obtained.

Birth certificate

An authentic international passport

You must be in Sound health with a medical certificate stating in the affirmative

Two Reference letters from two different people

A well written research work or a written statement of purpose.



German universities currently accept both online and paper applications. For paper based applications you will be have to make copies and notarize all relevant official academic documents and then send them together with tall downloaded application form to the university admission office.

Note that the online application process involves creating an account on the website of the university filling relevant questions on the forms and submitting.

Note that most German universities usually prefer online application as it a much easier, and less cumbersome to apply.


Processing your visa application is the next procedure in the admission process after you have received an admission letter from your chosen university. You will be required to go to the German embassy in your country and submit your invitation letter along with other relevant required documents, after which you will invited for an interview.

It is important to note that you will be need to open a German account with 8000 Euros before you are granted a study visa and you will be told how to go about this at the embassy.

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  1. I am a parent and would want my son Stephen Obinna Atakulu to attend an undergraduate course in any of the low cost or free tuition universities in sociology Belguim, France or Germany.
    2ndly, my daughter Michelle Ifunanya Atakulu in currently in University of Hungary, University of Debrecen on a foundation programme to study Phamarcy. She would want to pursue a course in Medicine instead in any country that can give her the opportunity to achieve her dream.
    Please may I know what can be done to assist my children to gain admission.
    We are from Nigeria

    Tabitha Atakulu Mrs.

    1. Hello Mrs Tabitha,
      thank you for reaching out to us! In response to your question: We really appreciate your enthussiasm and desire in wanting a high quality university education for your children. We’ve recorded a huge success in assisting applicants study in low and free tuition universities in the world. You would soon recieve an email from one of our consultants on next steps.

      kind regards,
      U Jonah,
      ALU Admissions Representative(

  2. hello tabitha am a nigerian seeking for masters in hydrology engineering.And i want to apply within d british universities.please i need your guide.Thank you

  3. i am a student and want to study law after completion of my Higher Secondary School. I have a very low budget but i want to gain quality education. can u suggest me some of the best tuition free or low fees universities? thank you.!
    I am from India.

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