How can I prepare a good scholarship application to study mechanical engineering at Germany with average grades?  

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karan.f5
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16/10/2019 6:22 am  

Fortunately, most of the universities in Germany have no tuition fees; even if they have it would be just administrative charges of about 250-500 Euros a semester.

Apparently, scholarships are given only on the tuition fees. Therefore, chances of getting scholarships while applying to these public universities is almost low.

Due to fierce competition in explicit courses like Computational mechanics/ Fluid dynamics/ Designing or be it any course under "Mechanical Eng", Students having 70-72% as their average in Bachelors degree fail to fetch admit from universities.

Given the fact of low grades, chances of getting admits from German universities turn farfetched. Nevertheless, if you have over 67% as your average in your bachelor’s degree coupled with extracurricular activities & Internships/projects/GRE/IELTS/German language & Work Ex Etc. you have better chances of getting an offer.

Suggestion: If you know the fact that you have poor scores in your grad, start working on aforementioned activities. Perhaps, things will get better. 🙂

Cheers 🙂 🙂


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