Why do I want to study in Germany?
TUITION IS ALMOST FREE
Germany is the most popular non-English speaking place in the world. The cost of studying in most German universities ranges from 260 to 400 euros per semester (6 months). At the same time, a travel card is issued to the entire land in which the university is located.
QUALITY OF EDUCATION
Graduates of German universities are respected in Germany and abroad, so it is not difficult to find a suitable job. Studying in Germany is a leap in a student's professional life after graduation. Because of Germany's constant need for qualified personnel and the various disciplines that can be completed after studying in Germany. The student can stay in Germany after graduation by renewing his work visa or by staying in Germany for a certain period of time to obtain citizenship (for more information, contact Einwohneramt).
JOB OPPORTUNITY WHILE STuDYING IN GERMANY
In Germany, a student can legally work 120 days a year (about 20 hours a week). Note: (The German Labour Act prohibits students, who are in the prepatory German courses, from working until the end of these courses. The students in preparatory courses may work during holidays or vacations). In a year equivalent to 853 euros per month, this amount must cover the costs of housing, health insurance, food, transportation and educational expenses such as buying books, photocopying, etc.
GERMAN UNIVERSITIES ARE RECOGNIZED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
German universities have a high academic status in all parts of the world and are non-profit universities.
ACQUIRE A NEW LANGUAGE
German is the mother tongue of about 100 million people. German is the most widely spoken language in the European Union. It is the first language in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
LIVING EXPENSES ARE VERY REASONABLE
The student will need 853 euros per month to pay tuition and living expenses including accommodation, clothing, food, internet, telephone, etc.