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Study in Germany

 Education in Germany is among the best in the world! Whether it is education, technology or automotive, people and companies all over the world recognise “Made in Germany” as a seal of good and real quality.

Germany is one of the most popular destinations for education for international students with more than 12 percent of students in Germany coming from all over the world. There are more than 17,000 courses to choose from in various specialisations.

Best of all, most German Universities receive significant funding from the government. Your school fees will be substantially subsidized. This means you get an overseas exposure and study experience at an affordable price.

Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany is a federal parliamentary republic in central-western Europe. It includes 16 constituent states, covers an area of 357,021 square kilometres (137,847 sq mi), and has a largely temperate seasonal climate. Germany is the second most popular immigration destination in the world. Germany’s capital and largest metropolis is Berlin. Other major cities include Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf and Leipzig.

Germany is a developed country with a very high standard of living sustained by a skilled and productive society. It upholds a social security and universal health care system and environmental protection.

According to International Student Satisfaction Awards 2014, almost 7,000 students worldwide shared their impressions and reviews about universities in Europe. German Universities received a total score of 8.8 out of 10 in terms of student satisfaction. This is an extremely powerful impression which a country has made on students from all over the world.

There were many excellent comments from students about German cities and the cultural atmosphere in the country. There is an international environment which attracts students from all over the world. The Universities in Germany organize many activities for students to socialize and the cities too play a part in enabling students and residents to integrate.

“The expenses are moderate and the semester ticket offers you the possibility to travel without any other extra cost with the regional trains and buses. You can reach Belgium and Netherlands very easy as well by train, bus, bicycle or even by hiking. The city, having a great number of students, was quite alive, there were places to go out, eat, drink and have fun, with cultural events. I also enjoyed the great proximity to Cologne, an amazing city with a train that circulates every half an hour! Undoubtedly a city that I would definitely suggest to live in as a student!” – Student from Greece

“There are lots of events planned in Leipzig, alternative activities as well, the parks are everywhere in the city, the library never closes, it is a dreaming city to live in for a student!” – Student from France

International students also felt that the academic side of Germany fared better than the European average. The courses helped in academic and personal development and the teacher involvement was also very beneficial.

“During my first lecture – real-time machines and robots – I was amazed when the teachers gave us a mini-robot and told us we can have it at home during the whole semester to practice on. All the practice orientated examples helped a lot to understand the aim of the lecture and get the ability to gain industrial insight.” – Student from Hungary

I have many beautiful memories there and, most importantly, I learned to speak German fluently and got many wonderful friends!” – Student from Finland

International students in Germany: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ip5yoK9XbuE&feature=youtu.be

Germany is a developed country and the economy creates new jobs every day, giving international students a high probability of finding a job. Also, German Universities have tie-ups with MNCs and companies within Germany providing international students with an excellent opportunity to get internships. This could lead to a great job in the future. As an international student you only need to reach out and try.

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