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Germany is the most chosen European country and the world’s 3rd most popular study destination for most international students. One of the primary reasons is that students can study in Germany for free without having the stress of lots of loans and thousands of tuition fees. As long as the student is qualified, Germany provides them with the best environments for growth. This includes providing free education in some of the Top Universities in Germany. Besides this, German people are known for their professionalism and seriousness. This quality is best seen in their professional and educational life. Be it, teacher or student, Germans leave no space for compromise. As one of the best Educational Consultancies in Nepal, we bridge the gap between your wish to study in this fantastic educational destination and reality. 

Reasons to Study in Germany

There are many educational destinations in the world. Why choose to study in Germany? Amongst many reasons, their high tiered education system, pristine educational environment, and an opportunity to expose yourself to the bigger world for increased experience and networking are some of the prominent ones. Germany is a nation that combines old traditions with modern practices to achieve some of the best results in education. Germany is homed to some of the oldest universities globally and some of the greatest ones. Need more reasons to study in this country of educational excellence? Here are a few more!

Golden Opportunities!

With nearly 500 renowned institutions for higher education, Germany has many good things to offer to international students. Germany, without a doubt, is one of the best European countries to live and study. It is also advanced in science, research, medicine, and technology. International students have more than 10,000 programs to choose from and focus on. You can even find some universities collaborating with other institutions and industries to provide better exposure and experiment to the students.  

Besides this, Germany is home to some of the best universities globally. Even better, some of these universities are public Universities, i.e., they won’t charge you an education fee. Instead, these universities will charge you a minimum semester fee which is very affordable even for an average family in Nepal. If you can get a scholarship in these universities, you will land upon a treasure chest filled with golden opportunities in Germany.

Top Quality Education 

Education in Germany is highly rated, and public universities are mostly free. Like most European countries, the tradition of education is much respected, with 100% facilities made available by the government and private sector. Germany is way ahead in terms of research and technology, so engineering and research students have a bright future for sure, with lots of opportunities waiting aside. Many international companies and quality products of Germany are widely popular among the global audience. Germany makes a lot of machine tools electrical products and sells them worldwide, which generates a lot of job opportunities for the students.

Germany has:

  • World’s best academic programs and vocational training 
  • Advanced labs and well-thought experiment facility to facilitate international students.
  • Globally Recognized Qualifications 
  • German degrees and doctorates are the most decorated and highly accepted worldwide. 
  • Degree from renowned German universities will be recognized by top companies worldwide.

Practical oriented

Germany primarily focuses on practical education. As a result, students are often taken on a field visit. Most universities have very fruitful relationships and ties with the top companies to ensure practical knowledge and placement to the students. Companies like SAP, Siemens, DPWN, Daimler-Chrysler, BMW, or Bosch facilitate students. Due to the ties with such companies, students find it easy to do research and their practices, which could also land them internship opportunities.

International Exposure

Nearly four lakhs students visit Germany yearly, making it one of the busiest countries to welcome international students. Almost 12% of the students in Germany are international students. Students from other European nations, Asia, worldwide come to Germany for better exposure. Many factors attract the students in Germany each year; quality education, free education, and job opportunity are mentioned.

A good relationship with other nations 

Germany shares the border with nine other European countries, making it one of the busiest countries in the world. We can say Germany I sin the heart of Europe, which gives a better opportunity for students to travel to other countries for a job. International students travelling to cities like Rome, London, Paris, Amsterdam, etc., shouldn’t be a problem. 

Best Education Destination and Cheap Universities

As we have already mentioned, the public universities take no tuition fees from the students. Students have to pay a minimal fee for some security purposes, and that’s it. Students can only focus on their expenses and food, giving them plenty of time to study in Germany and make their future better. If you are in the major cities, living in Germany will be a little expensive, of course, but as we move away from the major cities, the price also decreases. 

Main points to consider:

  • Public universities are state-funded hence free for students
  • Private universities may charge some fees based on their policy.

Excellent Economic Situation

The economy of Germany is one of the best in the world. This is the nation of Mega Industries that produce machinery, automobiles, chemicals, and electrical products to sell worldwide. Germany is becoming more stable in Europe itself.

Here are a few things to consider:

  • Germany has the No. 1 Economy in Europe & No. 4 in the world 
  • The economic momentum of Germany is only growing in the future. 
  • Thousands of vacant positions are available to the students each year.
  • Germany is home to some of the biggest companies, such as Volkswagen and BMW.

Welcoming Atmosphere

Yes, Germans are serious people, but only when they work or learn. Once Germans are done with their work, they are some of the friendliest people in the whole world. Along with the people, this nation’s environment is welcoming as well. Germany has a warm and welcome atmosphere with a bright and open sky, classic and comfortable homes, and open streets filled with happy people. 

Some things you should note about Germany:

  • It has a modern society with races from all over the world
  • One of the best countries to live in (ranked number 18 in the global peace index 2020)
  • Highly talented students from all continents 

Employment opportunity and prospects

As serious as Germans are when it comes to working, they are among the most relaxed people in the world. In fact, on average, Germans only work between 36 to 40 hours per week. This is equivalent to working 7 or 8 hours per day, five days a week. However, they make up for these relatively fewer work hours with their efficiency and high quality of employment opportunities. 

As an international student in Germany, you won’t be allowed to work full time for more than 120 days since your primary focus should be on education. As an international student, here are a few things you should consider:

  • Students have legal working rights during the study in Germany, 20 hours a week, at least 120 days a year  
  • 18-month visa extension to stay and find a job for students after graduation.
  • Green cards are primarily available to students after five years of stay and permanent German citizenship after eight years.

Courses Offered 

One of the unseen reasons Germany is among the best education destinations is its courses. Universities in Germany offer you over 11,000 different degree courses. As long as you are interested, Germany has a system specifically designed for you. You can find classes ranging from data science to Music, from Aerospace engineering to forestry and agriculture in this country. Some books are exclusively in the German language if this is not enough. Sure, you can get them outside Germany, but if the said book is related to your educational course, it is better to study in Germany and take the related course. 

While it is impossible to mention all of the courses in Germany, some of the prominent ones are:

  • Forestry
  • Domestic and Natural science
  • Arts
  • Music
  • Engineering
  • Computer and Natural science
  • Health Science
  • Law Economics and Social Science Mathematics

Requirements to Study in Germany

Germany is a coveted education destination. However, studying in this education land of wonders is very high. You cannot just study in Germany because you want to. One of the obvious requirements is language. Since many courses in Germany are taught in their local language, i.e. German, you will need to learn their language. 

Learning their language will help you in education and your general life in Germany as an international student. If you want to learn the German from the best, Edu Zeit is here for you. But besides the language, there are other requirements that you need to meet to study in Germany. They are:

  • Good grades in SLC/SEE
  • High Grades in 10+2 education
  • Intermediate Level proficiency in the German language, i.e. a minimum of B1 level of proficiency in the German language
  • Appearance and graduate in a one-year foundational education called Studienkolleg.
  • Good Financial Support

These are the basic requirements for you to study in Germany. However, the specific requirements will depend on the university of your choice—the primary aspect is in Language and Financial requirements. While you will be eligible for study in Germany with a B1 level of German Language proficiency in some universities, others may require you to have a base of C1 (expert) level of language proficiency. 

Your required budget will depend on the type of university you pick. You can do well with the average financial background if you choose to study in Public Universities. However, if you pick private ones, you will require a substantial financial background. 

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