5 Reasons to Study in Germany

Updated: Oct 1


Do you wonder why Germany is among the popular choices among students seeking higher education overseas?

Well, we will list some compelling reasons for studying in Germany.


1. Low Tuition Fees

Germany is surprisingly cheaper than several other countries. Higher studies may require low tuition fees or none in many cases. The students will have to pay some administrative charges like student union fees, student contribution tickets etc.


2. High Ranked Universities

German Universities adhere to the highest global education standards in terms of quality. Germany has 240+ universities across the country and each offers more than 20,000 bachelor's and master's degree programs.


3. Job opportunities: Germany, being an innovation-driven economy, is at the forefront of research and commercial implementation of technologies such as Renewables, AI, ML, IoT, Blockchain, Industry 4.0, EV, Fuel Cell, Hydrogen etc. So many in our network of Mentors are working in these current and upcoming fields after their studies. The opportunities are unlimited if you are a confident and competent student!


4. Cost of Living

With some smart planning and discipline, the cost of living will be quite affordable for students in Germany. The average cost including rent, food, health insurance, and the internet is around 700-800€. Students are allowed to work for 90 full working days or 180 half working days in a year to support themselves. Typical wages range from 10 to 15 Euros an hour.


5. Diverse Community

The country has a rich history. Germany has been the hub for people coming from different countries who work and live peacefully.

In Germany, one will come across a vibrant, diverse community that will broaden perspective and enhance the quality of life.


6. Travel through Europe

If you are studying in Germany, you can have the same rights as EU or German Citizens with regard to free entry, and the opportunity to study and work without any extra permit. However, one needs to get his/her study visa/resident permit. The residence permit will enable travel throughout the entire Schengen area for free.


These are some of the reasons why one should consider Germany as their higher education destination. The country combines research excellence with fascinating culture, history and creativity.

So, enjoy a beer at Oktoberfest or watch a Bayern Munich soccer game, one will have an unforgettable experience in Germany.


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