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Courses Masters course in Physics in Germany

  1. Oct 20, 2010 #1
    I am a student doing Bachelors studies in Physics at a reputed university in India. I am presently in 5th semester of my course and I desire to do my masters course in the same subject in Germany. I will be obliged if someone helps me out in this matter by suggesting the names of competent Universities in Germany offering masters course in Physics. Also the language of instruction has to be English as I do not have any knowledge in German. Thank you all.
     
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  3. Oct 20, 2010 #2
    You can use the search feature here (international = held in English):
    http://www.daad.de/deutschland/studienangebote/international-programmes/07535.en.html

    Some of the big names are FU Berlin,Bonn,Stuttgart. Karlsruhe,TU Munich and LMU Munich,,,,,,,etc........

    I can assist if you have questions in connection with the last two, expect a high probability that I will reply late since I am occupied with certain stuff till the end of the month.
     
  4. Oct 20, 2010 #3
    Thank you buddy. I have already shortlisted a few names and among them TU Munich is on the top. So I will be glad if you can help me.
     
  5. Oct 20, 2010 #4
    Anytime.
    Just get in touch (private message) with me starting from 1st Nov.
     
  6. Oct 20, 2010 #5
    Thank you a lot for your assistance..
     
  7. Nov 10, 2010 #6

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    Here in Stuttgart there's a International Master's program (in English), which is take by mostly international students with your interests.
     
  8. Nov 10, 2010 #7
    Thank you. I do know about Stuttgart. But I want to know whether I need to appear at the GRE to apply there as it is not possible for me to appear at the same exam. If not, the University of Stuttgart is obviously a priority.
     
  9. Nov 12, 2010 #8

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  10. Nov 13, 2010 #9
    Thank u because you provided me the answer I needed to know.
     
  11. Nov 13, 2010 #10

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    Oh, I'm glad I could help!
     
  12. Nov 14, 2010 #11
    Even though the GRE is not required, are those who submit it considered over the other applicants? What is the American equivalent of a 3.6 GPA?
     
  13. Nov 15, 2010 #12

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    I think you could just ask the guys responsible for the admission, if it would help to provide some GRE scores. If they are good, I think they won't harm. I personally think, the non-specialized GRE doesn't really say if you're a good physicist or not, and the stuff they are asking in the test is kinda highschool level in Germany. We have a pretty homogenous school sytem in Germany, so standardized tests are not really nessecary. The admission guys will probably have a closer look on your grades in physics.
    Also GPA is not a thing here,(same reason as above). Just write a transcript of all grades with the original and converted grades: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grade_Point_Average#Germany
     
  14. Nov 15, 2010 #13
    Ok guys..Thank u people for your info..whatever happens it will not be possible for me to appear at GRE..!!!
     
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