Study in Germany
Germany is the fourth most popular destination amongst international students to study in after the USA, UK and Canada. 12% of students enrolled in German universities are international students.
The top benefits to study in Germany are
- World-class Institutions
- Germany has some of the best technical institutions in the world including some medical and management institutions as well as the German
No Tuition Fee
The public universities charge no tuition fee from international students. There are millions of students studying in 400 institutions in Germany with ZERO tuition fees but that does not mean that we don’t have to pay anything to these universities. Universities will charge you on average 400 to 500 Euros per semester which will cover their administration fee, contribution charges and travel card charges.
Germany offers a substantial number of work opportunities to the international students. You are allowed to work 120 full days or 240 half days during the year. You can work 20 hours per week during the term and full time during vacations. The minimum wage in Germany is 9 Euros per hour and you may get upto 15-18 Euros per hour which means you may earn 800 Euros in a month and that would take care of your living cost.
Post Study Work Visa
You are eligible to apply for an 18 months work visa after completion of your degree program in which you can continue working 20 hours per week to take care of your living cost and can look for the permanent job. As soon as you get the permanent job, you are eligible to apply for a part-time German residence permit or a blue card.
UNDERGRADUATE IN GERMANY
UNDERGRADUATE IN GERMANY Germany is one of the most popular study destinations among international students at all education levels. The topmost reason is to get a quality education with minimum or no cost at the reputed public universities followed by good chances of employability with stay back opportunities. The cost of an undergraduate program