Higher Study in Germany

Country Descriptions: Germany’s location is in the heart of Europe which has shaped its history both for good and bad. It borders nine neighbors, more than any other European country. Germany’s central and southern regions have forested hills and mountains cut through by the Danube, Main, and Rhine river valleys. However, Germany has been called the “Land of Poets and Thinkers.” Germans are famous in all forms of art, but particularly classical music. Germany’s famous composers include Bach, Brahms, Schumann, Wagner, and Beethoven. Moreover, Germany has a mixed economy. It allows a free market economy in consumer goods and business services. Germany has a command economy in defense since everyone receives the benefit, while those with higher incomes pay more in taxes. Furthermore, today almost one in every ten Germans comes from a foreign country.

What to Study: High-quality education and research, especially in Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, has a long tradition in which German institutions offer degrees at ordinary Bachelors, Master, and Doctorate levels over a full range of disciplines.

Intake Information: At German universities, the academic year is usually divided into two terms Winter semester: The winter term begins officially on October 1 and ends on March 31.Summer semester: The summer term begins on April 1 and ends on September 30.

Scholarships: There are many scholarships for international prospective students. Here are a few popular scholarships.

  1. DAAD Scholarship programs
  2. Deutschlands tipendium
  3. Erasmus Scholarship
  4. Different organizations offer Scholarship

Tuition fees: Most of the State-funded universities in Germany offer tuition-free education except for some private and public universities. 

Blocked account: Students have to open a blocked account in Germany and show 10,236 Euro in their name. There are ways of sponsorship or scholarship for the same amount instead of a blocked account. This money is for 1-year living expenses. 

Working During & After Studies: A current international student can work usually 120 full days or 240 half days per year.After completing the full-time degree, international students can work legally one year and six months. Further students can extend the work permit.

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