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4th June 2016, 08:20 PM
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Minimum CGPA requirement to study MS in Germany for a Mechanical Engineering graduate?


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I have completed B.Tech and want to study MS from Germany. But, I don't know CGPA requirement to study in Germany. So, please tell me minimum CGPA required to study in Germany?





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7th June 2016, 08:18 AM
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Default Re: Minimum CGPA requirement to study MS in Germany for a Mechanical Engineering graduate?

There is no minimum CGPA requirement as such in order to be eligible for MS in Germany. This is because the admission is not done entirely on CGPA basis. The admission is done on the basis of entrance exam like IELTS along with resume screening, statement of purpose screening and interview. However, it is true that higher the CGPA stronger is you application as it enriches your resume. Hence, try to score as high as you can but make sure you perform well in the entrance exam and interview round too as these have more weightage during the selection process of admission.
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Default Re: Minimum CGPA requirement to study MS in Germany for a Mechanical Engineering graduate?

I got overall band 5.5 in IElTS exam, in addition with my cgpa is 2.55. Is there any chance for me get admission in masters programme in technical sector
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?



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