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8 Reasons Why Study in Germany

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Studying in Europe is everyone’s dream. Nowadays, there are so many scholarship programs offered to international students to study in Germany with more than 350,000 international students pursuing their qualifications, with the numbers increasing by the day.

German’s education has been recognized globally. It means, your qualifications will be valued internationally, and the skills you will gain will give you that bit of extra edge in the job market. 

If you interested in pursuing your study in Germany, here some benefits of studying in the land of Poets and Thinker:
1. Low or No Tuition Fee

Germany is one of the European countries that does not require a tuition fee for earning your Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree at a public university, but it only applies for german students only. If you are an international student, you need to pay the administrative fee, which usually costs around $250 per semester. It depends on the university you applied and the benefits you get from them. 

2. You Are Able To Select World Rank Universities

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German universities have been consistently ranked amongst the world’s best universities, and graduating from any of them will open doors and career opportunities all over the world. 

There are 44 universities in Germany in the QS World University Rankings 2020, which is more than any other country after the United States and the United Kingdom. 

Here are top 10 Universities in Germany in the top 500 World Ranked University by 2020:

  1. Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (55), 
  2. Ludwig-Maximilians – Universität München (63) 
  3. Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (66)
  4. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (120)
  5. KIT, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (124)
  6. Freie University of Berlin (130)
  7. Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen (RWTH Aachen) (138)
  8. Technical University of Berlin (143),
  9. Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen (169)
  10. Universität Freiburg (169

    3. Safe Country
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Germany is one of the safest countries. Crime is always at its lowest since 90’ and less than one percent has a serious violent crime. One of the interesting things about Germany is that the citizens take a serious concern of gender equality.

German reputation for efficiency is well deserved. It shows that the public transportations are fast, reliable and comfortable.Trams, buses, and underground trains interconnect through the cities and the fares are much cheaper than in many other European cities because these public transportations are subsidized by the national government. 

It is a great news for students who need to keep on every penny they spend.

4. Widen Your Horizon by Traveling Around Europe With Student Visa

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“Language is personality as well. People are different when they speak different languages”

David Bezmozgis

As you are currently studying in Germany, you will get a student visa which is valuable for you to travel across Europe. Don’t miss out the opportunity to learn more about the diversity of european countries by directly visiting the country. You can use public transportation such as train, bus, boat and airplane. It’s well connected from one to another country.

5. Affordable Cost Living

As one of the richest countries in the world, you might expect that living in Germany will need so much money. But the fact is, Germany has very low living costs for students according to any other country in the world. 

The highest cost of living in Germany is paying the rent. To handle the cost of living, some students mostly choose to live in a dorm, student hall, or residence, or renting out a room and sharing an apartment with other people. How about the food?

Well in Germany, you can get Schnitzel with french fries and a drink or Döner with a drink only for 10 Euros or it might be less. It’s pretty cheap, right?

Pro Tip: Use your student ID for everything! A lot of facilities have discounts for students.

6. Endless Work Opportunities 

After graduating from Universities, international students are allowed to seek a job in Germany with 18 months residence permit. I’m pretty sure that as a graduate student in Germany, it won’t take you a long time to get you a new job, because Germany has an amazing dual learning system, where you can combine going to school part time and interning with a company the other half of the time. 

Through this, it can add you a connection where you can apply your application again as a full time worker in a company you have entered as an intern. 

As a leading economic power, it’s not hard to find opportunities in companies such as Daimler, BMW, Audi, Adidas, Siemens, Bosch and many more you named it. 

So, are you ready to pursue your study in Germany and become part of this amazing worldwide industry?

7. A Country With Diversity

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With a beautiful landscape and unique lifestyle, Germany offers so much diversity in one place. You will meet new friends from Poland, Hungary, Vietnam, Korea, China, Spain, etc so you will not only immerse yourself to German’s culture but also any other culture from another country. 

By living in the a diverse environment, it will shape your self-development on how you can have a smooth if you can throw in a bit of knowledge of your speaking partner’s culture in a conversation with people from different backgrounds. 

Besides studying, you have the chance to live and explore one of the world’s most developed countries and its unique culture, history and landscape. Don’t forget to take yourself to a cultural event in Germany such as Oktoberfest, or eat a tasty Würst sausage in Frankfurt or watch a Bayern soccer game, you’ll have an unforgettable experience in Germany.

8. Provides So Much Scholarships Offer for International Students

  • Government-funded scholarships to study in Germany are
    • DAAD Scholarships
    • Erasmus
  • Non-government scholarships to study in Germany
    • Einstein International Postdoctoral Fellowship
    • Heinrich Böll Scholarships for International Students
    • Humboldt Research Fellowships for Postdoctoral Researchers
    • Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Scholarships
    • Kurt Hansen Science Scholarships
    • Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) for Developing Countries
    • Mawista Scholarship
    • Deutschland Stipendium
    • The Helmholtz Association and many more.

Germany offers economic and political stability, which makes it an ideal place for you to study. Now is time for you to find the right university and the right major for you. I do hope this article will burn your spirit to study in Germany and burn your spirit to see the world bigger by studying abroad.

Good luck folks,… or as Germany says, Viel Glück!

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