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University of Bremen: Courses, Admission, Cost

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University of Bremen
Highlights 2024

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Year of establishment1971
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Accepted Exams
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Total International Students2300
Male/Female Ratio1.04
UG/PG Course Ratio1.61
No.of Campuses1
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Q:   Is getting part-time jobs easy while studying at University of Bremen?

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Finding part-time jobs while studying at the University of Bremen is feasible, as many students in Germany work while studying, and there are abundant opportunities for part-time employment. Online job portals are a helpful resource for students to find and apply for suitable positions, and asking friends, classmates, or anyone you know can also be a good way to hear about job openings. Additionally, the university may provide support in this area, and speculative applications are worth a try. Furthermore, there are charitable associations in Bremen that appreciate help from students. 

 

Q:   Why do Indian students choose to study at University of Bremen?

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Indian students choose to study at the University of Bremen due to its academic excellence, low-cost/free education, and a wide range of programs taught in English covering diverse fields of study. The University of Bremen offers exceptional education quality, high-end practical learning, and ample work opportunities to its international students. Additionally, the University of Bremen has a diverse community, and students can learn from the best faculty members and become their research assistants. 

 

Q:   What is University of Bremen famous for?

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The University of Bremen is recognised as the Science center of Northern Germany and is renowned for its interdisciplinary high-profile areas, including marine, polar, and climate research, social change, materials science, and production engineering, among others. The university is also known for its international outlook, with a large number of international students and academic staff from various countries. Additionally, the University of Bremen is one of Germany's top universities of excellence and is ranked among the top 400 universities in the world. 

 

Q:   Will my campus life be better at University of Bremen than staying off-campus?

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The decision to live on or off-campus at the University of Bremen depends on various factors such as personal preferences, budget, and lifestyle. While the university offers a vibrant student life with opportunities for shared apartments and a lively district for socializing, off-campus living may provide more independence and diverse living options. Additionally, the university's Career Center aims to support students in their professional development, which can be beneficial for both on and off-campus students. 

 

Q:   Is it possible to get into University of Bremen's MBA programme without work experience?

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The MBA programme at the University of Bremen requires work experience of at least one year. In addition to work experience, the admission requirements for the MBA programme at the University of Bremen include a bachelor's degree, a minimum GPA of 3.0 or equivalent, GMAT or GRE scores, English language proficiency, CV/resume, statement of purpose, letters of recommendation, and an interview. The admission requirements for the Master's degree programme in Business Studies at the University of Bremen include a bachelor's degree with a minimum of 180 ECTS from a degree programme in Business Studies or a minimum grade point average of 2.7, language skills in German at a C1 level and English at a B2 level, knowledge of statistics amounting to at least 9 ECTS, and proof of economic knowledge amounting to at least 12 ECTS. 

 

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Q:   What are the top Scholarships for Indian Students at University of Bremen and how to avail them?

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The University of Bremen offers various scholarships for international students, including those from India. The university is a member of the DAAD Scholarship Programme "Development-Related Postgraduate Courses, " which offers scholarships to highly qualified students. Indian students are eligible for these scholarships, and the application process is available online. Some of the prominent scholarships also include Education Future International Scholarship - USA & Non-USA 2024 and Deutschlandstipendium.

 

Q:   What scores do I need to have to get a scholarship at University of Bremen?

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There is no information available about the scores to get a scholarship at the University of Bremen. However, the selection process for scholarships at the University of Bremen varies depending on the specific scholarship. For example, the Deutschlandstipendium, which is one of the scholarships offered, involves the establishment of a ranking for the awarding of scholarships based on evaluated applications. The decision on the awarding of the scholarship is communicated to all applicants at the beginning of the winter semester.
For the University of Bremen scholarship for international students, the specific steps to submit the application and the full list of requirements are available on the scholarship page. It is important to apply before the deadline indicated on the scholarship page to provide the selection committee with time to consider the application. 

 

University of Bremen
Admission process

  • Application fees :No Fees
  • Type of deadline :Regular
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LORNeeded for few courses
EssaysNot required
CVNeeded for few courses
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Summer15ᵗʰ Oct 2023 - 15ᵗʰ Jan 2024
Winter15ᵗʰ - 30ᵗʰ Apr 2024
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Q:   Are there many students from other countries studying at University of Bremen?

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The University of Bremen has a total student population of around 23,500 students from 115 countries, out of which 13% are international students. The university welcomes individuals from more than 100 nations, and it has approximately, a total of 3,431 international students. The percentage of international students at the University of Bremen has increased since 1970 by a factor of nine. The University of Bremen has taken several initiatives to attract international students. 

 

Q:   Can an average indian student join University of Bremen?

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Yes, an average Indian student can join the University of Bremen. The university accepts students from diverse geographies, including India. However, there are certain formalities and requirements that need to be fulfilled. Indian students must provide proof of financial resources, secure a livelihood, and meet the language proficiency requirements. The acceptance rate at the University of Bremen is 16%, indicating that it is quite competitive to gain admission. 

 

Q:   What are the deadlines for submitting applications for Indian students at University of Bremen?

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The application deadline for Indian students at the University of Bremen is April 30 for the winter semester. Applicants must apply via the central online application portal of the University of Bremen (MOIN), and the online application form will be active 6 weeks before the application deadline. For Bachelor's and Law degree programs, the application deadline for the winter semester is 15 July, and for the summer semester, it is 15 January. For the Master's programme in Ecology, the application deadline is 30 April for the winter semester. 

 

Q:   What are the documents required in the visa process for Indian students at University of Bremen, Germany?

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The specific requirements for a student visa for Germany from India include the following documents:
Completed and signed application form.
Passport valid for the entire period to be spent in Germany.
Notification of enrollment or admission letter from the University of Bremen.
Proof of financial resources (secure livelihood).
Visa (not a tourist visa).
Proof of health insurance (if your current health insurance is recognised in Germany).
Certificate of Bachelor's degree or official academic transcript of study records.
Detailed and current curriculum vitae (CV) written in English.
Letter of motivation. 

 

Q:   How is applying to University of Bremen different from applying to other universities in Germany?

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To apply to the University of Bremen, you can follow the online application process via the central application portal (MOIN). Here are the general steps for different types of applicants:
For International Students (Non-EU Citizens):

Undergraduate Degree:
Apply for a Preliminary Review Documentation (VPD) from uni-assist.
Apply to the University of Bremen with the VPD via the application portal.
Submit all necessary documents for the application.

Master's Programs:
Apply directly via the online application portal.
Submit the required documents, including proof of sufficient English language skills.

 

University of Bremen
Courses and Fees 2024

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Courses1st Year Tuition FeesDuration & Eligibility
MS(38 courses)
– / –Duration18 months-2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 79 - 95, PTE
M.A.(27 courses)
– / –Duration2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS
B.A.(23 courses)
– / –Duration3 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS
B.E. / B.Tech(7 courses)
– / –Duration3 years-42 months
Exam AcceptedIELTS, PTE
MBA/PGDM(3 courses)
– / –Duration2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS, TOEFL, PTE
MIM(3 courses)
– / –Duration2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS, TOEFL, PTE
B.Sc.(10 courses)
– / –Duration3 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS
Others PG(6 courses)
– / –Duration2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS
LL.M.(2 courses)
– / –Duration1 year-54 months
Exam AcceptedIELTS
LL.B.(1 course)
– / –Duration4 years
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Q:   How expensive is it to live at University of Bremen?

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The cost of living at the University of Bremen varies depending on whether you want to live alone or in a shared apartment. The cheapest apartments are offered by the Studierendenwerk Bremen, with rent starting from about 320 euros. Rooms in shared flats outside the Studierendenwerk Bremen are priced between 320 and 450 euros per month. If you want to live alone, you should expect to pay about 500-800 euros per month. Other fixed costs that need to be calculated are food, clothing, internet, excursions with friends, leisure time activities, etc. On average, however, you can assume monthly expenses of 400 to 500 euros. 

 

Q:   Is a score of 85 in TOEFL good for University of Bremen?

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For the TOEFL at the University of Bremen, a minimum score of 95 (internet-based), 575 (paper-based), or 230 (computer-based) is accepted. Additionally, a score of 7.0 in IELTS is also accepted. Applicants with a Bachelor's or Master's degree taught entirely in English are exempt from this requirement. The English language certificate does not have to be provided during the online application but may be submitted later on. The TOEFL test can be taken at a test center or as the TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition. The test fee is 265.00 US dollars. 

 

Q:   Is University of Bremen cheaper than University of Hamburg?

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The University of Bremen is known for offering education free of tuition fees for international students, and it is considered one of the cheapest universities in Germany. However, students are required to pay a semester contribution (Semesterbeitrag) of approximately 350 € per semester.

The University of Hamburg also does not charge tuition fees for the vast majority of its programs. However, students are required to pay a semester contribution, which is about €335 for the summer semester 2021. 

 

Q:   How much money is required in Indian rupees to study at University of Bremen?

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The University of Bremen does not charge tuition fees for both national and international students. However, the cost of living in Bremen for international students is estimated to be around 900 to 1000 euros per month (INR 89,100 approximately), according to the University of Bremen. Rent for a single person living alone can range from 500 euros (INR 44,500) to 800 euros (INR 71,300) per month, while the semester fee is approximately 350 euros (INR 31,100). 

 

University of Bremen
Students Ratings & Reviews

3.8/5
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Tips: The transition to a German university went fairly smoothy due to my interest in the subject. Prior education in mechanical engineering and a basic understanding of the German language. It would have been even better if I had stronger proficiency in German. Although the university and course don't provide scholarships, there's no tuition fee. However, there are opportunities to apply for scholarships from German govt. and private organizations. In summary, I'm content with both the course and my experience in the country. The only drawback is that it is not a TU (Technical University - which is more reputed).
Likes (Public transportation): The campus boasts excellent connectivity to the city through a frequent tram and bus service, with a tram to the city centre departing every 10 mins. The university provides students with semester tickets, which serve as a semester-long pass for all public transportation within the city. This is also valid for neighbouring cities such as Hamburg and Hannover.
Dislikes (Internships): Coursework does not include internships, making it challenging to secure such opportunities. Most companies typically offer internships to students who have mandatory internship requirements as part of their curriculum, making it more challenging to find voluntary internships.
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Q:   What are the popular sectors that indian students prefer for doing part-time jobs at University of Bremen?

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Indian students at the University of Bremen prefer to seek part-time employment in various sectors. Some popular sectors include retail, hospitality, tutoring, and research. Additionally, job opportunities such as academic assistants and off-campus jobs are also available for international students in Germany. The city of Bremen offers a wide range of part-time job opportunities in industries such as retail, logistics, and manufacturing. These opportunities allow students to earn extra income and gain valuable experience while studying. 

 

Q:   What are the job opportunities after doing an MBA from University of Bremen?

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The University of Bremen offers various MBA programs that can lead to a wide range of job opportunities. The level of jobs after an MBA depends on students’ prior experience and skill set. Students who possess work experience tend to land senior job positions, while freshers may be at the entry level. Some of the jobs that MBA graduates can get into in Germany include management trainee, junior corporate planning and strategy manager, strategy and business development manager, general manager, and account manager. Germany’s economy is backed by almost 4 million small and medium-sized companies, and the country is also home to some of the biggest names in the corporate world. 

 

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Rankings & Grading

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Mechanical Engineering
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#351-400
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Computer Science Engineering
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#401-500
#126-150
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Q:   What is the rank of University of Bremen in the world?

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The University of Bremen is ranked #531 in Best Global Universities according to US News & World Report. It is also ranked 301-350 in the World University Rankings 2024 by Times Higher Education, and #514 in QS World University Rankings 2024. The university was classified as a ‘University of Excellence’ – one of only 11 German institutions to be recognized. The university has particular subject strengths in social sciences and the humanities. 

 

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