Study in Germany

The following factors make Germany an ideal destination for an international student: world-class education, exciting urban life embedded with beautiful landscapes and a welcoming culture with people from across the globe. Germans somewhat ironically call their own country “the country of poets and thinkers”. Institutions in Germany are in excess of 400, many of which offer English-taught study programmes - about 1,000 in total. Many German universities are placed high in international rankings.

Tuition fees

Not only can you expect a world-class education when you study in Germany. At most universities, it is even for free;No matter what country you come from, most schools offer their education completely free of charge. There are, of course, some exceptions: mostly private schools, or study programmes for students with prior professional experience.

Job market for graduates

Economy of Germany is very large with numerous opportunities for foreign graduates. Contrary to what is seen in a European Nation, Germany's economy is not centered around one or two specific locations. Industrial hubs are present across the country: Hamburg is home to trade and media companies, whereas Munich and Stuttgart are strong in automotive and manufacturing. Frankfurt is the financial capital. Strange enough, Berlin does not have a strong industrial presence. But the country capital has developed into Europe's startup capital over recent years. Spoken German is essentially a prerequisite for entry-level jobs. The few exceptions are jobs in IT sector and jobs at global startups - particularly in startup hubs like Hamburg or Berlin.