Study in UK

CBLA specializes in guiding and recruiting eligible students to diverse and distinguished Universities and Colleges.

Call us now on +92-42-35161229-30 for free counselling. Enjoy our 10 years experience. Meet Universities. Gain the CBLA Advantage.

About Us

Why Study in Germany?

German universities have a quite good network with universities all over the world. Every year thousands of students have the opportunity to go abroad and spend some time in a different country, studying and living. This should be the same way for international students. Because of this, German universities and technical colleges try to provide enough university places for international students and they also make efforts to support them in many other questions concerning the time abroad.

There are good reasons to study in Germany today as well:

  • With more than 300 higher education institutions across the country, Germany has a density of universities which is practically unequalled around the world.
  • The cost of living for students in Germany can be kept low by using many of the student benefits and discounts. On average, you will need around 700 Euros per month (per 2004).
  • With roughly 100 million native speakers, German is the most widely-spoken first language in Europe. The strength of German business and industry and the increasing global activities of German companies and corporations means that the German language is also becoming increasingly important in the international market.
  • The wide range of leisure activities and pastimes offered by the universities and colleges are complemented by numerous opportunities outside the university grounds. Sport, culture or simply having a good night out – something is offered for each and every taste.
  • Many German higher education institutions offer courses leading to an international degree. These courses are designed to attract foreign students and Germans looking to study with an international dimension. The range of study opportunities covers undergraduates, graduate and postgraduate degree courses (Bachelor’s, Master’s, PhD levels). Courses and lectures are taught in English, often exclusively during the first year of study. German language courses are offered before and during the program.
  • Nearly all German universities and colleges are financed by the state. So far, German and international students have been able to pursue their studies and research without having to worry about tuition fees. This situation is changing now, universities in Germany are starting to invent tuition fees. Whether and how much fees one has to face depends on the policies of the respective Federal State. In any case these fees will in the near future be considerably lower than in other countries.

Did you know?

  • There are more than 800 International Bachelor, Master and Doctoral programmes.
  • Degree programmes “Made in Germany” are recognized world wide.
  • English is the medium of instruction for many programmes
  • Less expensive when compared to other destinations.
  • German education offers the possibility to study with students across the globe and hence establish international contacts.
  • Numerous scholarships are available.
  • Students are allowed to work 90 full days or else 180 half days during the course of study.

 

Students Speak

Rusty Div Bot

""CBLA made me apply to LSE. That was enough. They had complete information on how to go about the application process, what may be reviewed carefully in my profile, how to present the complete profile. Hardly, any consultants I went to carried so much of useful information and further, one needs help too. CBLA was there all the way and I thank the team for helping me study at one of the best Universities there could ever be, LSE" "


Tayyiba Irum
MSc in Organisational and Social Psychology
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

 

Easy Application Process