Why study in Germany? - Opinion Piece Samrat

Updated: Jan 13


Caption - Heart of the campus at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, from which both Raghav and me have studied

Source: https://www.ksop.kit.edu/karlsruhe_institute_of_technology_KIT.php


Germany is a country of higher education, which attracts students from all over the world.


Germany has been steadily climbing the international rankings of the country with one of the most renowned education systems. It is usually included in top 10 countries for international students and it has been ranked as number 1 for future competitiveness by World Economic Forum.


The reasons to study in Germany are numerous.


The education system is of the finest in the world, and German universities are ranked among best in the world.


Germany is one of the most popular destinations for international students. It has an affordable education system which is of the finest quality. It is ranked among top 10 for quality of universities in Europe and ranks high globally too.


There are over 500 universities to choose from in Germany, with a large number of them being free to attend! Germany is one of the leading destinations for international students. The country has some of the best universities in the world, with high quality education and affordable tuition fees. India is the second largest source of international students in German universities. The good quality of education in Germany, its low tuition fees and Europe’s economic prosperity are just a few reasons why many students choose to study there.

With a high quality of education, Germany tops the list of popular study destinations for international students from India.


In Europe, Germany is among the most popular destinations for international students. In 2017 alone, about 325,000 Indian students travelled to Germany for higher education. The country’s free education system attracts a lot of people from India and other countries too.

The German government provides free education to international students who meet certain eligibility criteria under the new guidelines announced in November 2017. Students who come to Germany with a valid residence permit can get aid from federal and state-provided grants and loans up to € 2,500 per semester at universities across the country.


With all these and many more reasons, make germany a lucrative choice for students who want to pursue their career abroad.


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