IU University Germany Scholarship 2023 / 2024

Applications are open for interested and suitably qualified candidates for the  IU University Germany Scholarship 2023 / 2024. The entire application details for the IU University Germany Scholarship 2023 / 2024 can be accessed below.

IU University Germany Scholarship 2023 / 2024

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Details About Study in Germany Without IELTS (IU University Scholarships 2023)

  • Scholarship Country: Germany
  • Course Level: Bachelor, Masters, MBA, Diploma
  • Scholarship: 75% Scholarship
  • Mode of Learning: Online, onsite

List of Countries Exempted from IELTS

The applicants who belong to or are nationals of these countries are exempted from IELTS. They can study without IELTS. IU comes in Cheap Universities without IELTS.

For countries where English is the official and educational language, it is possible to waive the language requirements. Proof of English language proficiency may be waived for applicants with citizenship of the following countries:

  1. Anguilla
  2. Antigua and Barbuda
  3. Australia
  4. Bahamas
  5. Barbados
  6. Bermuda
  7. Botswana
  8. British West Indies
  9. British Virgin Islands
  10. Canada (if earlier education is taught in English)
  11. Cayman Islands
  12. Channel Islands
  13. Christmas Islands
  14. Cocos Islands
  15. Cook Islands
  16. Dominica
  17. England
  18. Eritrea (if earlier education is taught in English)
  19. Eswatini / Swaziland
  20. Ethiopia (if earlier education is taught in English)
  21. Falkland Islands
  22. Fiji
  23. Gambia
  24. Ghana
  25. Grenada
  26. Guam
  27. Guyana
  28. Heard Island
  29. India (if earlier education is taught in English)
  30. Ireland
  31. Isle of Man
  32. Jamaica
  33. Kenya
  34. Kiribati
  35. Leeward Islands
  36. Lesotho
  37. Liberia
  38. Malawi
  39. Malta
  40. McDonald Island
  41. Montserrat
  42. Namibia
  43. New Zealand
  44. Nigeria
  45. Niue
  46. Norfolk Island
  47. Northern Ireland
  48. Papua New Guinea
  49. Philippines (if earlier education is taught in English)
  50. Pitcairn Islands
  51. Rwanda (if earlier education is taught in English)
  52. St. Helena
  53. St. Kitts & Nevis
  54. St. Lucia
  55. St. Vincent
  56. Scotland
  57. Sierra Leone
  58. Singapore
  59. South Africa
  60. The Grenadines
  61. Tanzania
  62. Tonga
  63. Turks and Caicos Islands
  64. Trinidad and Tobago
  65. Uganda
  66. United Kingdom
  67. United States of America
  68. US Virgin Islands
  69. Wales
  70. Western Samoa
  71. Zambia
  72. Zimbabwe

For countries where English is an official language or the language of education, evidence needs to be provided with the length of studies. This can be, for example, confirmation of English as a language of instruction. If this is provided, the language skills can be recognized.

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Foreign degrees

If the applicant already has a school degree or a university degree from an English-speaking country,
we will recognize their language level as follows:

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  1. Elementary school –B2 Level
  2. Secondary school –B2 Level
  3. University degree (graduated) –C1 Level

How to Apply

Interested applicants should CLICK HERE to apply

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