No, it is not! In the traditional German degree system, there is no division into undergraduate and graduate studies: basically, all students pursue a direct Master degree - there is no Bachelor equivalent!
That is why German graduates used to be a little older than their European or overseas counterparts – they usually studied for at least five to six years. However, this German Master equivalent does not go by the name of 'Master': for the majority of degree courses, it is called 'Diplom'.
The Diplom degree courses have now been largely replaced with the Anglo-Saxon degree structure of Bachelor and Master in most disciplines and most German universities.
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