Why Study In Germany?
Germany is considered to be the 2nd most popular choice after the USA among immigrants and has seen the highest numbers of international students in past few years as:
Gone are the days when international students used to keep Germany off their lists due to the language barrier because Germany was quite rigid about ensuring that students who were opting to study had a certain level of proficiency in German and to prove that necessary certifications were needed. However, lately they became more flexible about their language requirement and many colleges and universities are offering programs in English.
So the international students are taking full advantage of it and including Germany in their list of choices.
German universities have a multicultural atmosphere, so you would likely to meet several nationalities and ethnics such as French, Turkish, Portuguese etc.
Germans as strict in terms of teaching which actually helps you in developing value and practical skills and knowledge.
- IELTS– 5-6.5 bands depends upon the course choice and university
- TOEFL- 550 (for PBT test)/ 213 (for CBT test)/ 79-80 (for IBT test)
Living in Germany
People have a cliché image of Germany being full with hardworking and
serious people who do not really enjoy living. But as a matter of fact Germany is a country with beautiful landscape and lakes. Students who opt Germany for their education get hefty amount of option to enjoy their lives along with studies. The Germans are quite friendly and help their best to help foreign students. Many universities have a special service for newcomers called “ international office”, provides with a tutor or other formalities. Most German universities provide student accommodation however, the availability of rooms is always limited. Around 45-50% of international students likely to choose student residence to live due to low costs which is around 300 EUR/month. Living costs in Germany is around 850-1300 EURO/month approx which includes accommodation, food, transportation and other activities. Universities and Colleges in Germany
There are over 300 too universities in Germany which offer plenty of different course choices to international students.
- Technical University of Munich
- LMU Munich
- Heildelberg University
- Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
- Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
- Technische Universität Berlin
- Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen
- Freie Universität Berlin
- Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
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