Recently, Germany is attracting international students from around the world like a magnet. Germany has gained popularity amongst students for its world-class education with its universities offering a variety of courses.
Here are a few reasons why Germany is becoming a favorite study destination?
Very Low or No Tuition Fee: Higher education is becoming more and more necessary in the digital age with an ever-increasing demand of Professionals. But often affording higher education is not easy. Students often end up being in debt. Germany is the only study destination whose universities charge no tuition fee. Students need to pay only student contributions to the student union and a public transport ticket.
Top Ranked Universities: German Universities enjoy the reputation for their worldwide accepted courses, their teaching methodology, an approach towards research excellence. Some of the German Universities are consistently ranked amongst the top universities worldwide. The Varsities are preferred by international students for their quality of education, hands-on experience and a friendly and safe environment.
Travel Europe on a student visa: Once you receive the letter of acceptance from the designated German University, it is recommendable to apply for a student visa at least 3 months before your intended departure (the time you are expected to be in Germany). As for the residency permit, all your documentation will be sent to the Immigration Office of the German region where your University is stationed, and after every bureaucratic procedure is done you will be issued the residency permit. With that done, you can travel to various European countries
Globally recognized degree programs: Universities in Germany structured their degree programs to inculcate such skills in its students so that when they get a degree which is recognized by the world's leading employers.
Affordable cost of living: Cost of living in Germany is pretty less. The main expenditure in Germany is the rent that a student has to bear. That too is not very much in peripheral areas. All other costs-food, amenities, transport are not so high.
Work opportunities: The German law states that international students are allowed to work part-time for up to 20 hours a week or 120 full days of a year. It is estimated that more than 60% of current international students work part-time while studying in Germany.
Learn a new language: German is the most spoken native language in the European countries. German companies are global leaders and have an extensive and wide network all around the world. Thus, by learning a new language, you can open for yourself, gates of wonderful opportunities.