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The entrance-cum-scholarship exam will be held on June 19 at Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi

education Updated: Jun 05, 2012 13:54 IST
HT Education Correspondent

The Calculus, a leading German education consultancy, announced a common scholarship-cum-entrance exam for admission to English-taught bachelor of engineering and BBA programmes of five leading German state universities. It will be held from 9am to 11am on June 19, 2012 at Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi.

Students of Class 12 as well as first- year college students are eligible. The entrance exam will comprise mathematics and English questions. Interviews will be held on the same day, post lunch hours. The fee for the entrance examination is Rs. 1100.

Through this entrance test, students can take admission in the Aachen University of Applied Sciences, FH Bielefeld, University Duisburg-Essen, Hochschule Rhein-Waal, FH Sudwestfalen.

The Aachen University of Applied Sciences, founded in 1971, provides its 9,000 students with first-class training in modern and future-oriented professions. There are 200 staff members involved in training and research. Currently, the university offers 56 degree programmes in the fields of engineering sciences and economics.

Hochschule Rhine-Waal University is a modern, innovative and internationally-oriented college on the Lower Rhine River, offering at the locations in Kleve, Emmerich (transitional) and Kamp-Lintfort a comprehensive higher education in the specialty fields of technology and bionics, life sciences, society and economics and communication and environment.

With 8,800 students registered on 49 bachelor and master’s courses and eight faculties, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest of its kind in North Rhine Westphalia. It is a friendly studying environment at its campuses in Hagen, Iserlohn, Meschede, Soest, as well as Lüdenscheid since the 2010/2011 winter term.

“German universities are among the oldest and the best in the world for engineering and IT programmes. Currently, Germany faces shortage of more than one lakh engineers and IT professionals. These present great career opportunities for Indian students,” says Mahapavit Singh Anand, managing partner, The Calculus. For details visit

First Published: Jun 05, 2012 13:49 IST