Studying in Germany could be a great chance to gain a new, distinctly German perspective on your studies. Study abroad locations in many of Germany's largest cities could provide access to innovative learning programs and experiences. For instance, students in varying concentrations could connect with European Union affiliated companies, work with history professionals, or visit renowned musical spaces as part of their classes.
And, at the same time, you could potentially have access to easy travel opportunities to see more of Germany. With an interconnected rail system, students could move about Germany and take of advantage of the rich history and culture whenever the adventurous mood strikes them.
There is a range of entry requirements that you need to meet both for your visa application. That is academic requirements, English language requirements, evidence of funds to support your study and overseas student health cover. Australia have generally two intakes, first is in February & early march or second is in July. Few universities offering some of courses in multiple intake i.e. September & November. Make sure you will start making applications around 7-8 months prior to the intake. University generally takes around 4-6 weeks to process the applications.
Most universities and colleges in Germany are public, i.e. they receive funding from the federal government. Some are also financed by the Protestant or Catholic Church. In addition to these subsidised institutions, there are now more than 100 private Universities and colleges which confer officially recognised degrees. A majority of these are universities of applied sciences.
Most students in Germany are enrolled at public universities. Only three percent of all students attend a private institution, perhaps due to the fact that private colleges and universities tend to charge high tuition fees. The quality of instruction at both types of universities, however, is comparably high.
Important documents (originals in your carry-on luggage and photocopies in your check-in luggage)
your valid passport with a valid student visa
your letter of offer from the institution, your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE), and your accommodation details
Receipts of any related payments you have made including tuition fees, health cover etc.
Attested mark sheets and certificates and work experience letters