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There are many reasons to study agriculture and related subjects in Germany. Germany presents many opportunities that are not available at home. Higher education is a way to change your life for the better, and studying in Germany is a strong choice that will open opportunities you never thought imaginable.
You might be asking, why study agriculture and related subjects in Germany? Germany has a large variety of programs to choose from, an aspect that makes it very appealing.
There are varying requirements for universities in Germany. To be eligible for admission in all of these programs you must have transcripts proving your University Entrance Qualifications. This means making sure that all needed papers and transcripts are included in applications. Many of these universities also require a language certificate that proves proficiency in English. Check the university you're specifically interested in to learn which certificates are permitted. Some will not require knowing English but will require knowing German instead. Some of these programs require students to have prior internship experience before applying.
These programs range in cost, usually from $181 EEA to $308 EEA per semester. Most, if not all, students are eligible to apply for scholarships that will offset the cost of living in Germany while studying. Making sure to apply for scholarships you're eligible for is one good way to keep avenues for further financial aid open.
Master degrees in Agricultural, Environmental and Nutritional Sciences typically admit students who got their first academic degrees in related subjects such as Agricultural Sciences, Natural Sciences, Biology or other Sustainability-related topics. Depending on the specialization of the degree, a background in Engineering, Social Science or economics may be required. It is best to check on each program’s website. Entrance tests or interviews are not part of the admissions process, you only have to hand in standard certificates (your first-degree certificate, a transcript of records). These typically include your CV and a letter of motivation and sometimes work experience or a stay abroad. Additionally, you will have to prove your English language abilities with a language certificate. You may also be expected to be experienced with quantitative research methods.
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