Germany has the largest economy in Europe and ranks 4th in the world, especially Germany’s Mechanical Industry still maintains its No. 1 position in the world. Therefore, studying mechanical engineering in Germany is an opportunity for you to work with leading companies and industrial groups in the region with a dream salary.


  1. Conditions for applying for a German apprenticeship in Mechanical Engineering

– Age between 18 and 35

– Graduated from high school or higher

– Have good health; no infectious diseases

– Clean background, no criminal record, criminal record

– Language proficiency to apply for Visa: German B1 certificate (will be trained by EI GROUP in about 8 months)

– Experience in Mechanical Engineering is an advantage.


  1. Advantages of the German Apprenticeship Program in Mechanical Engineering

– Fully exempted 100% of tuition fees during 3.5 years of study in Germany

– Be trained in a modern learning and working environment

– Receive a practical salary during the apprenticeship from 900 – 1,100 Euro/month (23 – 28 million VND/month)


– Graduating to receive a degree of international value and have the opportunity to work at the world’s leading enterprises such as BMW, Mercsdes, Porsche,… with a salary of 2,300 – 3,000 Euro/month (58 – 75 million VND) /month)

– Studying to a higher level and career advancement opportunities are possible.

– Opportunity to settle, sponsor relatives and naturalize in Germany.


  1. Study abroad program in Germany for mechanical engineering

Step 1: Find out about the program and apply for admission at EI GROUP


Step 2: Learn German from A1-B1 for 8 months, then take the exam to get B1 certificate.

Interwoven with the learning process are practice sessions to interview for a job contract of a German partner.


Step 3: Process documents and apply for Visa

Next, students will be guided to complete the application for a German vocational student visa at the Embassy. Visa processing usually takes 1-2 months. The pass rate of EI GROUP students’ German vocational student visa is currently 100%.


Step 4: Complete exit procedures in Vietnam and entry in Germany

Step 5: Study in Germany

For Mechanical Engineering, after flying to Germany, international students will continue to participate in the B2 German language course before entering the apprenticeship program. This German B2 course lasts from 4-6 months and is usually tuition-funded for students of EI GROUP.


After finishing the German B2 course, international students will start a free apprenticeship program lasting about 3 years. International students will have 30% of the time to study theory and 70% of the remaining time will practice at businesses and receive a practical salary guaranteed to pay for living expenses while studying in Germany.

EI GROUP will accompany international students during their first visit to Germany.


  1. Mechanical Apprenticeship Program in Germany

International students studying this major will be trained and equipped with foundational and specialized knowledge and skills in repairing, manufacturing and improving mechanical and electronic products. In addition, mechanical engineering students can practice operating, assembling and maintaining mechanical and electronic equipment during the production process. Knowledge related to pneumatic – hydraulic systems, microcontrollers, intelligent control systems, sensors, robots, etc. will also be trained in this industry. You will also receive a salary of 900 – 1,100 Euro/month (23 – 28 million VND/month) during this practice.

  1. Mechanical jobs in Germany

After graduation, international students will undertake the operation, maintenance, design and repair of machinery, mechanical and electronic equipment in facilities, factories, factories, repair centers. Repair and warranty throughout Germany.

Germany is willing to pay a salary of 2,300 – 3,000 Euro/month (58 – 75 million VND/month) for skilled mechanics.


  1. Should I study abroad in Germany for mechanical engineering?

Mechanical engineering is considered a key industry and the mainstay of German industry. This industry has played an important role in the development of the German economy for many years.

However, the level of job competition in this industry is also large because this is also a popular profession for Germans.

You need to determine a serious attitude during the Mechanical Engineering apprenticeship in Germany. Besides, it also requires soft skills, good foreign languages ​​and especially punctuality, hard work, carefulness and advancement in work.

If you have long experience and high expertise in this industry, large enterprises and corporations in Germany always welcome you with attractive salary.


The above information has partly provided a clearer picture of the mechanical engineering study abroad program in Germany. Please contact EI GROUP to get all your questions answered!


Attractive scholarships are waiting for new students of EI GROUP!