Why Study in Germany

Why Study in Germany ?

There are so many important reasons to study in Germany. German Universities have had a great allure for students from all over Europe (and beyond) for at least the last couple of centuries. There’s no denying, however, that an increasing number of young people from all over the world are setting their sights on Germany, as the end destination for the pursuit of their higher education goals (particularly Master and Ph.D. studies).

  • Why Study in Germany

The Global Importance of Germany:

With its central location in the heart of the continent (it shares a border with nine different countries). Germany is the hub of Europe; to use a cliché: All roads lead through Germany. It is the economic and technological powerhouse of the united Europe, that is increasingly coming to occupy the place it justly deserves in the world political arena.

The Interactive Web of Academia, Research and Industry:

German universities, dispersed all over the country, form a web of higher education institutions (numbering over 300) with the density unparalleled anywhere in the world. Conveniently located near focal points of interaction between industrial plants and scientific/technological research centers, these universities provide opportunities that seldom exist elsewhere for students: find employment upon graduation and live & work in the same city where they studied.

Academic Standards:

Academic standards at German universities are top-notch; not only are the renowned technical institutes, such as TU Darmstadt, RWTH Aachen, and others, ranked as some of the best in the world, but the study courses offered in a variety of other disciplines such as: medicine, law, social sciences, arts etc., are highly acclaimed internationally.

Funding of Research:

The three preeminent funding sources for research projects at German universities are: German Government, the industrial sector, and the European Union; having this giant pool of funding to draw from, researchers from a wide variety of disciplines have virtually limitless possibilities to conduct research and come up with innovative solutions in their respective fields.

Availability of Courses in English and International Recognition of Credentials:

Although the vast majority of courses offered by German universities are predominantly German taught, there are, due to a growing demand and a steady rise in the influx of foreign students, various universities that are switching to English taught courses, today numbering a total of over 350 university courses taught in English. These courses, offered across the spectrum of disciplines, are internationally recognized, a fact which lays to rest whatever concerns foreign students may have about the validity of their degrees earned in Germany.

Low Tuition Fees and Living Costs:

German university has No tuition fees and student have to pay only semester contribution fees around 250€ per semester and it’s include your free transportation, library cost, university enrollment fees etc. In Germany living cost is very lower as per compare with other country. So students can easily survive while they are study.

  • 1- Broad Choice of University and Majors

    Study in Germany
    The German education system offers international students a rich field of choices. You will find a number of options to fit just about any need from specialized degrees to unique programs geared toward international students. Multicultural affairs studies are popular as well as programs in International Relations, Eastern Mediterranean Studies, Business Management, Engineering, Nursing, Health Studies,Travel, Tourism and Hospitality.

  • 2- Globalized Education

    Globalized Education
    Our universities offer English medium undergraduate and graduate programs. For students with insufficient level of English, universities offer conditional admission as well.
    Universities in German have long going global partnerships with American, European, and Asian counterparts in form of exchange agreements, 2+2 programs and joint degrees which let international students to transfer the courses they completed in German to universities in other countries if they prefer.

  • 3- Quality and Reputation

    Quality and Reputation
    Increasing number of universities create a competitive environment to attract students and push themselves to offer better quality in academics, campus setting and student life.Some of our partner universities take place in world's best university rankings as well.

  • 4- Campus Facilities

    Campus Facilities
    Private universities offer campus experience to students. Other than classrooms, campuses usually host dormitories, dining places, technology labs, libraries, health centers and sports facilities.International students can enjoy the convenience of student dormitories; however if they choose to stay off campus, apartment and private dormitory options are available too.

  • 5- Lower Tuition

    Lower Tuition
    Many German universities offer guaranteed scholarship to international students. Tuition rates vary based on university and Free education in All universities.

  • 6- Lower Cost of Living

    Lower Cost of Living
    Germany is an affordable country for international students. Metropols of German remain in lower levels at the global cost of living surveys way behind from competitor cities like New York, London, Paris, etc.

  • 7- "Germany" A Country on the Rise

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    In an era of economic recession throughout the world, German is a rising star with strong economy, better growth and lower unemployment rates compared to many developed and developing countries.

  • 8- Secularity

    Foreign Students
    Germany since 1923 is governed by a Republican Government. Democratic and secular management arguments reflects to all disciplines and social life style. Therefore, whatever the nationality and religion of foreign students they are always very welcome.
    In metropolises such as Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir, temples of major religions are available.

  • 9- Security & Health

    Security and Health
    Germany is a safe country for foreigners. As one of the major tourism destinations, we've been welcoming millions of foreign visitors every year. Major cities such as Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir have crime rates lower than that of other cities of comparable size. You will be safe as long as you take some basic precautions which is a necessity for any metropolitan city in the world.
    In case of medical assistance, campuses have infirmaries for basic treatment. International students are required to register at state healthcare system which provides them access to free state hospitals for a nominal premium. However for more convenient healthcare, we advise you to purchase private insurance plans. For more info about private health insurance: health-insurance

  • 10- Vibrant Social Life

    Vibrant Social Life
    Major cities have a vibrant social life. You will have no time to get bored at all. Other than the social gatherings and events organized by the universities and student clubs, you'll find a lot to explore in the urban setting which offer variety of social attractions such as dining, nightlife, live music events, movies and theater houses, museums and art galleries, shopping malls, etc.
    Dining choices for any taste can easily be reached. Other than our delicious local cuisine, the most available ones are; Italian, Far Eastern, Middle Eastern and American. Major fast food and coffee chains like McDonalds, Dominos, Starbucks, etc. are widespread throughout the cities.