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Study in Germany at Otto Von Guericke University Magdeburg

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Whether you have attended the Seminar - “Study in Germany” on 15 July with ‘Otto Von Guericke University Magdeburg’ representatives or have missed it, here you can find all the important information you need to apply in German university - Otto Von Guericke University.

Otto Von Guericke University is one of the best universities, focused on engineering, natural sciences and medicine. It also offers degrees in economics, management, social sciences and humanities. There are many good pathway programs to start with.

Types of specialized Courses available:

  • M-course: for medical, biological and pharmaceutical degrees
  • T-course: for mathematical, science or technical degrees
  • W-course: for business, economics and social science degrees

Anybody who wants to study in Germany has to attend a Preparatory year and pass an official exam.

Curriculum Specific Requirements

General Certificate of Education Advanced Subsidiary & Advanced Level (GCE/GCSE AS & A Level, Cambridge International) 

Student those who have completed GCE AS & A Levels are eligible for direct admission if they satisfy the following requirements:

A total of four subjects are required, which must be independent of one other and have general education, non-vocational content.

Atleast three A Levels and one AS Level of which one must be a language exam (literature is not accepted) and an exam in mathematics or natural sciences (physics, chemistry, biology).

International Baccalaureate

Firstly, the student should have completed full-time education in 12 consecutive school years. And, to obtain a direct admission, the following is required:

  1. Six examination subjects, of which three must be at “Higher Level” (HL) and the rest in “Standard Level” (SL), that are independent of one another is needed and must include the following subjects:
    1. Two languages at level A or B, of which at least one is a foreign language as “Language A” or “Language B HL”.
    2. A natural science subject (Physics, Chemistry, Biology).
    3. Mathematics (Mathematical Methods or Mathematics HL or Further Mathematics in conjunction with Mathematics HL).
    4. A social science subject (History, Geography, Economics, Psychology, Philosophy, Social Anthropology and Business and Management.
    5. The sixth compulsory subject may, in addition to the subjects specified above, be taken from one of the following subjects: - Art/Design, Music, Theatre Arts; Film, Literature and Performance, another modern foreign language, Latin, Classical Greek, General Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Environmental Systems, Computer Science, Design Technology, World Religions, Sports Exercise and Health Science.
  2. Among the three Higher Level subjects must be either Mathematics or a natural science subject (Physics, Chemistry, Biology).
  3. All subjects must be done in two consecutive years in the IB Diploma Programme.
  4. The sixth required subjects must have a minimum IB-Grade “4”. If only one subject has an IB-Grade “3”, it can be compensated by another subject of the same level of proficiency with a minimum IB-Grade “5” with at least a total of 24 points.

If the above requirements are not met by the student, the student can still enrol at the university after joining the Studienkolleg and successfully completing the “Feststellungsprüfung” (FSP) for the corresponding field of study.

American High School Diploma

Students are eligible to enrol in the Studienkolleg if they achieve a minimum unweighted Cumulative Grade Point Average (CumGPA) of 3.0. Students have to also provide evidence of completing the following subjects:

16 academic units from 9th to 12th grade:

English

4 units

English IV or Honors or AP English each with minimum grade “C”

2nd Language

2 units

 

Social Studies

3 units

 

Mathematics

2 or 3 units

Algebra II or trigonometry (11th grade) and precalculus (12th grade) each with minimum grade C

Science

2 or 3 units

minimum grade “C” in each of Biology, Chemistry or Physics

5 mathematics and science units

2 elective units

 

If the student only completed grade 10-12 at the high school, then only 3 units for English are required.

Please note: Up-coming winter term 2019/2020 German universities will no longer accept a Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) in addition to the High School Diploma for direct admission.

National Curriculum

If you have done National Curriculum you may check out the needed grade to be able to apply for Study in German Universities:

Country

Overall High School Result 

Study Section 

Direct Admission/Studienkolleg

Egypt*

60% (1994)

Industrial

Studienkolleg

India*

50%

Pre-University Exam

Studienkolleg

 

50%

High School Cert.

Studienkolleg

Jordan*

50%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

Kuwait**

50%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

Lebanon

50%-60%

Math, Scientific

Studienkolleg

Lebanon

>60%

Math, Scientific

Direct Admission

Pakistan**

50%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

Palestine Gaza*

50%-59%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

Palestine Gaza*

>60%

Scientific

Direct Admission

Palestine West Bank*

50%-64%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

Palestine West Bank*

>64%

Scientific

Direct Admission

Qatar*

50%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

Saudi Arabia*

50%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

Sudan*

50%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

Syria

60%-70%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

Syria

>70%

Scientific

Direct Admission

UAE*

50%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

Yeman*

50%

Scientific

Studienkolleg

 

Special requirements for different academic disciplines

For Engineering and Mathematical study courses:

  • GCE A-Level in Mathematics
  • One of the following GCE A-Level subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Computer science

For Natural Science Study Courses:

  • Two of the following GCE A-Level subjects: Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics

For humanities, law, social science, economics and art study courses:

  • A GCE A-Level subject that corresponds to the chosen course of study.
  • Additionally, GCE A-Level in Mathematics for economics and social sciences

For Medical study courses:

  • Three GCE - Level subjects in: Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics

Bachelor Programs at Otto Von Guericke University in Magdeburg

Applied Statistics

Industrial Engineering / Process and Energy Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Informatik - Dual

Biosystems Engineering

Information Technology - Smart Systems

Business Informatics

International Business and Economics

Business Management

International Management

Chemical Engineering: Molecular and Structural Product Design

Mathematical Engineering

Computational Visualistics

Mathematics

Computational Visualistics - Dual

Mechanical Engineering

Computer Science

Mechatronics

Computer Systems in Engineering

Media Literacy: Audiovisual Cultur and Communications

Cultural Engineering

Philosophy - Neurosciences - Cognition

Economics

Physics

Educational Science

Process Engineering

Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Psychology

Environmental and Energy Engineering

Safety and Hazard Defence

European Studies

Social Sciences

Industrial Engineering / Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Sports and Engineering

Industrial Engineering / Logistics

Sports Science

Industrial Engineering / Mechanical Engineering

Systems Engineering and Engineering Cybernetics

Industrial Engineering / Process and Energy Engineering

Vocational Education

Informatik - Dual

Industrial Engineering / Process and Energy Engineering

Information Technology - Smart Systems

Informatik - Dual

 

Information Technology - Smart Systems

Our partnership with Magdeburg University through its State-Approved Private StudientKolleg

Advantages:

  • 12 months of integrated intensive program (not 2 years)
  • Private state-approved studientkolleg institute (no entrance exam)
  • On-Campus housing
  • Full student support
  • 14000 students - Rich international Community

Application and Admission

Start Semester 

Application Deadline

Winter Semester (October)

August 15

Summer Semester (April)

Feb 15

 

Required Documents

Passport photocopy 

2 Personal Photos

Authenticated school leaving certificate

Personal CV (in english)

Motivation Letter (in English)

Complete Application Form

A1 or A2 German Language Level 

 

Important Note for students interested in Medical Programs:

  • International students cannot apply for medical majors before hand and obtain conditional admission in Germany. Instead, they must complete the studientkolleg and FSP exam and then apply for the medical “Restricted Seats” 

Application deadline to apply in Magdeburg university

So, if you are interested to apply for Medicine, Engineering or any other major, contact us to know about Fee structure and application procedure. Fill up the form below.

Info source: https://studienkolleg-germany.com/requirement

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