Universities Portal

A project of Dreamfest Organisation

WELCOME TO UNIVERSITIES PORTAL
Universities portal is a project of Dreamfest Organisation. Universities Portal serves as a platform for all the students from around the world, who are willing to pursue their higher education in a university of their choice.  Our team consists of faculty members, alumni and students from prestigous universities.  
  
Admission requirements & deadlines

At many German universities it’s possible to apply for admission twice a year – to commence studies either in the winter or summer semester. However most of the programs at bachelor level offer only winter programs. The summer semester runs from March to August at Fachhochschulen and April to September at universities; the winter semester is from September to February and October to March respectively.
In general, applications for winter enrolments need to be made by 15 July, and applications for summer enrolments by 15 January. However, application deadlines vary between institutions, and the same institution may set different deadlines for each program – be sure to carefully check the specific dates for your chosen course.
It’s recommended to submit applications at least six weeks before the deadline, to ensure time for corrections or additions if any information is missing. You should expect to receive a formal acceptance or rejection approximately one to two months after the deadline has passed.
  
 LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
 
Most courses are taught in German, requiring international applicants to submit proof of proficiency in the German language. Two main tests are available for this purpose: the Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (DSH, meaning “German language examination for university entrance”) and the TestDaF (formerly Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache, meaning “Test of German as a foreign language”).

The DSH is offered only within Germany, at various universities, while the TestDaF can be taken at centres in more than 90 countries worldwide. As always, check the test you intend to take is accepted by the universities you want to apply to. While German remains the main language of instruction overall, a large and growing selection of English-taught programs is available – particularly at master’s level and for students participating in short-term exchange programs. A searchable database of English-taught courses is provided by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) at www.daad.de.
Documents to be submitted
 
You must submit several additional documents along with your application form, including:

  1. certified copy of your university entrance qualification (e.g. high school diploma, A levels)
  2. certified copies of all university certificates you have received thus far
  3. Passport photo
  4. Copy of your passport (page with your name and photo
  5. Language certificates. (depends on the program)
  6. Motivational letter/ Statement of purpose
  7. Curriculum vitae. (CV)

  

Meet the team !

Our qualified team is always there to help you out.

  1. Katharina Hornschuh
    Katharina Hornschuh
    Department of Hotel management
    Ms. Hornschuh is doing apprenticeship (Ausbildung) in Germany. This is perhaps a unique combination of work and studies, which is very famous in Germany and Switzerland.
  2. Ali Zia
    Ali Zia
    Department of Mechatronics
    What you write here is totally up to you, there is no right or wrong way to complete your 'About Us' page. We advise making your language friendly and approachable, while being informative and professional.
  3. Abdul rehman Shaikh
    Abdul rehman Shaikh
    Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Mr. Shaikh has not limited himself to the studies, he is your guide if you are willing to be a sportsman, singer, or an event organiser. He has knack to do all of it at once.