Germany is a great country for education; it has the largest economy in Europe, if you are thinking about studying abroad then Germany is the right choice for you, as education is free in Germany (Public sectors). But you would have to pay if you choose private universities, but fee is very much affordable in private sectors as well. You can also get full-scholarships programs in Germany, if you have some good grades in your previous studies. TEAM IGL is here to guide you about Germany as we are the specialist in dealing with Germany.

Usually, if you want to pursue your study abroad dream in Germany, then you should have 13 years of previous education. If you have completed you’re A-level, you can directly enroll in undergraduate program. But if you have done intermediate, which means 12 years of education, then you need to attend Studienkolleg (Foundation year) for 1 year to complete your 13 years of education.

If you have done A-LEVELS:

If you have completed your A-levels and now you are thinking to study in Germany then congratulations, this is the perfect chance for you to study in Germany. As there are 90% courses of undergraduate programs in Germany, which means you need to learn German language first in order to get admission in Germany.


You need to do C1 certificate for which we (TEAM IGL) are here to make you learn German language till C1 or you can give an exam of DSH-LEVEL 2 at least. There are also many programs which are being taught in 50% English and 50% Deutsch (German) for which you need IELTS 6.0 BANDS and minimum of A2 certificate. Which we will make you learn, as we have some great teachers to make you pass an exam.


If doing C1 seems to be hectic from Pakistan, then we have an option for you:

We will make you do at least A2 from Pakistan; other levels of German language can be done from Germany, as we would apply a conditional letter for you. On which it will be written clearly that, once student passes an Exam of C1/DSH, he will be allowed to continue studies here in Germany. This conditional letter will be given from the university in which you intended to take part in.

The very first thing you have to do is to enroll yourself in German Language program with us (IGL). We will make you learn German Language till B1. Then we will apply for Studienkolleg (Foundation Year) on your behalf.

Once you arrive in Germany you need to do other 2 Levels B2 and C1.

After completing your German Language in Germany till C1, you need to give an exam called (Aufnahmeprüfung). Once you pass that exam which consists of German Language and Maths (We would make you prepare for the Aufnahmeprüfung also), then you can start your Studienkolleg studies.

After completing your Studienkolleg, you can easily enroll in Bachelor’s programs in the same University.

The final exam of Studienkolleg is called Feststellungsprüfung, which consists of subjects which you studied in the whole Foundation year.

What is Aufnahmeprüfung?

Aufnahmeprüfung is an exam in Germany, which they take before they enroll you for Studienkolleg (Foundation year program) in Universities after Intermediate (12 years of education). Passing Aufnahmeprüfung is itself a task for many students, as it’s not that easy to pass. We must have minimum of B1 Certificate in order to pass an exam but having B2 level in German language is recommended in order to pass that exam. There are 3 types of Studienkolleg programs; M-KURS for Medical students, W-KURS for Economics students and T-KURS for engineering students. Aufnahmeprüfung is made up in 2 parts, GERMAN LANGUAGE AND MATHS

Aufnahmeprüfung Sampletest

Here is the list of some samples of Aufnahmeprüfung:

1) Sample Aufnahmeprüfung of Studienkolleg FU-BERLIN

2) Niedersächsisches Studienkolleg Leibniz Universität Hannover (sample Aufnahmeprüfung)

3) Universität Heidelberg (Sample Aufnahmeprüfung)

4) Hochschule Anhalt Studienkolleg Köthen (Sample Aufnahmeprüfung)

5) Studienkolleg an der Fachhochschule Kiel (Aufnahmetest)

6) Studienkolleg an der FH Konstanz - Aufnahmetest Deutsch

Postgraduate studies are usually required IELTS because there are many programs which are being taught in English. But incase your CGPA is below 2.5, then you might need German Language because for English taught programs you need a good CGPA as there are not only you, who would apply for English taught program. So merit is little high In English taught programs.


Don’t be worried as we would make you do A2 from Pakistan at IGL, and then apply on your behalf. You would need to learn other levels of German language from Germany like B1, B2 and C1.

GRE is not required in Germany for an international applicant to be considered for a Masters.

We are here to answer your any sort of query. Contact us on our email address:

1) Select your program and finalize your University.

2) Collect your documents and submit them to us. Book your IELTS test date. We can help you to do that. Learn German Language while applying, in which we will help you. We are providing German Language classes and have C1 certified teachers.

3) Make online and paper application as indicated by the Universities or apply through UniAssist. You will need to pay the application fee approx 75 Euros. We will help you plan your applications and do that for you, or shall help you fill out the forms correctly. Dispatch your documents to the University or apply to private Universities with the help of Team IGL.

4) Follow up with the respective Universities and make sure that they have received your documents and that nothing is missing. Team IGL will do that on your behalf and provide any additional information required by the University.

5) Collect admission offers and plan your next move (Visa Process, German Language Accommodation, etc). We will keep sending you the offers and also will keep you updated on new information.

6) Finalize one University that you wish to join and pay a deposit as required by the University.

7) Prepare your documents for the German student visa application. Book an appointment and apply for the visa. We will help you finalize your documents, check if they are in order.

8) Once you receive your Visa, then you can fly to Germany and have a bright future ahead.

International Students can work up to 20 hours a week during study time and full time during vacations. Students can earn around 10-12 Euros per hour i.e. Approx 840-1008 Euro per month. Students are allowed to work full time during vacations. Students can search for part-time jobs with the help of internet or different newspapers. Being in regular contact with the Universities and Colleges Career cell is also a good idea as this is where all information about Job Vacancies is available.

Students will have 18 months after studies to find the job of their fields. Once they find a job around 3,600 Euros or above, they can easily extend their stay in Germany.

1) Valid passport (issued within the last 10 years and valid for at least another year as of date of visa application; passports with observations regarding the front data page cannot be accepted) with at least two empty pages.

2) Application form & declaration (in accordance with Section 54 of the Residence Act) duly signed (2 copies).

3) Declaration for additional contact and legal representation information (2 copies).

4) Copy of your passport’s data page (A4 size copy) (2 copies).

5) Personal covering letter explaining the exact purpose and duration of stay (2 copies).

6) Proof of admittance to the study course/preparatory college (original and 2 copies).

7) Where not confirmed by the University in the admission notification: Proof of the language skills in the language of instruction for the study course or the preparatory course (without a preparatory language course as a rule at least B2-level in the language of instructions) (original and 2 copies).

8) Where applicable: Certificates of other academic qualifications (original and 2 copies).

9) Curriculum vitae (2 copies).

10) Letter of motivation (2 copies).

11) Proof of financial means to cover the costs for the time of your studies by one of the following documents:

Confirmation of a German / EU scholarship / Stipend.

Or - “Verpflichtungserklärung” (formal obligation letter) by sponsor living in Germany.

Or - blocked account for the first year of your stay, amounting to 10.356 €.

When applying for visa, you can provide evidence that you are able to meet your living costs by opening a blocked bank account. You have free choice of provider. To the best of the Embassy/Consulate General’s knowledge, the Fintiba Bank and Deutsche Bank offer blocked accounts in Pakistan that meet the requirements of the visa procedure. Information on providers that offer this service worldwide is available on the Federal Foreign Office website.

PLEASE NOTE: You cannot withdraw more than 863 Euros per month from a blocked account. This is only applicable especially at the beginning of your stay, you might be required to spend more than 863 Euros in a month (e.g. to pay a deposit when renting a room or an apartment). It is therefore highly recommended to make sure that you have access to sufficient financial means according to your individual situation.3 passport pictures according to biometric specifications, not older than 6 months.

Visa fee of 85 € payable in PKR only.



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