Student Life in Germany
As per German law, international students are allowed to take up 20-hours a week or 120 full days a year, part-time jobs. This helps students cover a considerable amount of their expenses.
Germany itself is a vibrant country, rich with history and culture. In fact, they have been a major contributor to global history. The fascinating mix of classic and modern; rural and urban, offers an immersive experience to travellers and international students alike.
More advantageously, the SCHENGEN visa allows students to travel and explore the length and breadth of 25 other European countries.
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Studying in Germany
Why Study in Germany?
Germany has four universities ranked in the top 100, and 14 in the top 200 in the worldwide university rankings. Universities receive close to 4 lakh applications from foreign students annually, and the numbers are steadily rising.
Education System in Germany
The Higher Education Institutions (HEI) in Germany are divided into state and private institutions. Due to a high level of competition amongst the two, they are offering top-quality programmes for extremely low prices.
Cost of Studying in Germany
Study costs are much more affordable in Germany in comparison to most other study destinations. Since October 2014, all international students attending private universities are not charged any tuition fee. Other ancillary costs are all that they need to foot.
Student Visa Requirements for Germany
Besides certificates for educational qualifications, German universities require an English language test for students whom English is not the first language, and a German language test.
Universities in Germany
Top universities to consider when you plan to study in Germany
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