Friday, 14 December 2018

Top 11 Reasons to study in Germany: Why Germany?

Top 11 Reasons to study in Germany: Why Germany?

Top 11 reasons to study in Germany
Top 11 reasons to study in Germany

Now Germany has become one of the favourite places of students to study abroad. Germany has a very high quality of study and life both. In this post, we are going to discuss why Germany is one of the best country to study abroad. We will be discussing all the features like education system, cost of living, job market, etc. 

1. World Class Universities

German University
German University

Germany has world-class universities and a very high quality of education. German universities are ranked high in the world rankings. All the universities have high-quality labs for students to learn practically. If you are studying in one of the German's universities then you are having a good chance to make your future bright, especially in the engineering and medical fields.

2. High quality of Education

High quality of education
High quality of education

Germany has a very high quality of education as compared to countries like India because, in Germany, Practical education is given more priority rather than just theory. Here in Germany, you don't have tests or practicals throughout the semester but there are only semester exams. Which give students enough time to do research and take part in curricular activities. 

3. An education system designed especially for Foreign Students


Germany has made available many courses, especially for Masters, in the English language. So that the foreign students can easily study their courses. 

4. Cheap Education System


As you know that almost every public university in Germany has no tuition fees, i.e education is free for all, whether you are a Non-EU citizen. universities have only a small semester contribution ranging from 70 euros to 350 euros per semester. When you pay your semester contribution you get a semester ticket which gives you the facility of using public transport for free in a given radius. Also, you can get discounts in malls and shops by showing your semester contribution ticket. 

5. Average Cost of Living

Average cost of living
Average cost of living

Cost of living is a topic which totally depends upon the lifestyle of students. But if I talk for a student with an average lifestyle. i.e you cook food yourself, don't drink much or go to pubs etc. Then it will cost you around 650 euros - 800 euros depending upon the city.
You can read my post about Life of student in Germany. In this, all the points are explained in detail like cost of living, weather, etc. 

6. Great Scholarship Programs


In spite of low tuition fee, Germany also offers you numerous scholarships to help you in lowering the cost of living, semester contribution etc. You can easily find scholarships on the website of DAAD.

7. Friendly People

Friendly People
Friendly People

Germans are very welcoming by nature, and you will rarely find problems like racism or groupism. Old people of Germany are little conserved about their culture and language and prefer to talk in German only otherwise the young people are friendly and also speak English to a greater extent.
You will never feel discrimination here.

8. German Language 

German language
German language

It is a very popular language and is spoken in many countries. Also learning German will make your life easy in Europe also it will help you with many job opportunities.

9. Part-Time Jobs

Part-Time Jobs
Part-Time Jobs

Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week. You can easily pay your monthly expenditure by working part-time. The minimum wage is 8.85 euros per hour. In big cities like Munich or Berlin, you can even get 15 euros per hour.  If you know German then you will get jobs easily and also with a high wage.

10. Excellent Job Market

Excellent Job Market
Excellent Job Market

Germany has a very low unemployment rate i.e 3% only. This 3 % are those who are not having a proper education. In Germany, if you know the German language till B1 level than it will be very easy for you to find jobs. It doesn't mean that people who don't know German don't get a job, in big cities like Berlin, Munich, Hamburg etc you can find jobs in big MNCs. 

11. Schengen Visa

Schengen Visa
Schengen Visa

When you get your visa, you don't only get the visa for Germany but you get a Schengen visa, which means you can travel in whole Europe except some countries like the UK. Also, all the neighbouring countries are well connected by trains, flights etc. 

I hope you like our post. If you have any suggestions or doubts regarding any topic, please comment below I will try my best to help you out.

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3 comments:

  1. Hi,
    I need information,details,guidance for my daughter to get admission in mechanical engineering (design) /Architecture Engineering in state sponsored universities(preferably) AT GERMANY /CANADA only She will be completing her 10+2 (INTERMEDIATE STANDARD) in Physics Chemistry Maths English and Fine Arts in the year 2019-20.(March 2020)

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    1. Sir, if you need information for bachelors degree, then you can refer to my post : https://www.studyingerman.com/2018/11/how-to-do-bachelors-in-germany-full.html

      If you want information for master degree then you should wait until she completes 3rd year of her bachelors.

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