Journey to Germany (Bachelor) (German Language)
Interested in Studying in Germany but have no clue how to get here? We hope this article helps shed some light on the pathways you can take!
If you’re already confirmed to come here and instead are looking for a list of items to bring then read this article instead (coming soon!)
If you’ve already arrived in Germany and want to know what are some essentials (Apps etc) you need have then read this article (coming soon!)
Most students that come to study Bachelor here go through an A Levels programme in Malaysia, before coming here to do the language exam and subsequently apply and enroll into a University here.
The following illustration are some typical pathways and programmes geared to studying in Germany available to SPM/IGCSE students.
After completing your A-Levels in Malaysia, you will then undergo a language course for a couple months in order to take the language exam necessary to apply to university. The Language Center (or Sprachschule) you go to is dependent on which institution your Pre-U College has partnered up with. Most students find themselves in the following cities: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Kassel and Leipzig.
The language exam required to apply to university will be in the form of TestDaF, DSH or TELC. The required marks for a successful application varies from each University and course, so inform yourself on this beforehand! More about this is written on our article regarding applications through Uni-Assist you can find here (coming soon!)
For more detailed information on the A-Level’s Programmes in Malaysia, please contact the institutions directly.
I am sure you have noticed the Freshman Course route. StudyGermany has a special programme for this which you only need to do half of A-Levels, i.e. AS-Level, and then continue on to a 10-month university preparation course in Germany with their partner. There you will learn everything necessary, even language, before going on to apply for your university. If you are interested in this route, please contact with StudyGermany directly.
Hopefully this has been informative and we hope to welcome you here soon!