Germany is the third most popular destination among international students in the world. More than twelve percent of students at German universities come from abroad – just like you. Germany is an attractive place to study and German university degrees are highly respected by employers worldwide.
Universities in Germany are classified into 3 different categories:
There are plenty of public universities in Germany which offers courses in many different fields.
Some of the popular and demanding courses in Germany are:
Germany has some of the top universities in the world. Some of them are:
Most of the universities in Germany follow a standard protocol for admitting students to their university. But they can always ask for additional documents if they wish to assess the applicant’s talent.
As the language of instruction in English, it is mandatory to prove your efficiency in English language through an IELTS/TOEFL score not less than 6.5.
German is not a mandatory requirement. But some universities ask for a basic knowledge of German (level A1). But once you join the university, you can study German for a reduced fees at the university itself.
Generally, a student is supposed to submit following documents at the university:
If you have attended any other competitive exams like GRE/GMAT etc. you can submit records of that as well. This will help the university to assess your skills properly.
Students in Germany has plenty of options to live their life the way they want. Germany is not short of cultural activities/parties/events which can be both part of university or outside the campus. Thus students can choose from the wide variety of options for recreation.
You will get plenty of opportunities to meet and talk with people from all different cultures.
If you want to stay connected with people of your region, definitely there will be Facebook groups for that too.
Overall, it is a place where you can make your dreams come true.
Being a student in Germany, you will have to follow certain rules and regulations. You will be most probably living in a student hostel/shared flats/private apartments. You will have to take care of yourself. Considering the living costs, there are certain fixed costs for every month. This includes your monthly room rent, health insurance, contribution to tv/radio etc.
These are just an average amounts. This can go high or low depending on the city you live. For example, cities like Berlin and Munich are very expensive whereas cities like Chemnitz are budget cities. Therefore, your monthly expenses can vary from 400- 500 euros.
You can also find part time jobs in the locality to support your living costs. You are allowed to work for 190 full days/240 half days.
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