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Studying in Germany? A Good Idea!
So, you’re interested in studying in Germany? That’s fantastic! We’re happy to hear that!
Studying abroad – especially in a country very different from your own – is an exciting challenge. You will be influenced by the surge of new impressions and points of view you encounter here. Studying in Germany– in the heart of Europe – will certainly have a long-lasting impact on your life.
There are diverse opportunities in Germany for learning and researching. German universities have an outstanding reputation throughout the world. Each year they produce significant, internationally recognised advances and innovations.
Here you will find ideal conditions for gaining a successful university education. By the way, you are one of many talented, young individuals who wish to study in Germany. There are more than 320,000 young people from around the world studying and researching at German universities.
At present, they comprise 11.9 percent of all students in Germany. In fact, there are very few countries that can boast a higher percentage of international students. And you are not alone as you travel to Germany.
FIVE REASONS TO STUDY IN
1. High-quality teaching and research
Numbering around 400, German universities offer excellent opportunities for learning and research. The British magazine Times Higher Education ranks eleven German universities among the world’s 200 best International students also rate German universities highly: in a 2012 survey, a good 85 per cent of the international students surveyed stated that they were satisfied with the quality of the teaching. And more than 90 per cent praised the high standard of equipment of German university laboratories.
2. Attractive international courses
German universities also offer a large number of Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees and doctorates aimed at international students. Depending on the university and availability, the students can take these courses in English or French, for example. In 2014 about 301.000 international students were enrolled at a German university. This corresponds to a share of 11.5 percent among all students in Germany. Most of them come from China followed by the Russian Federation, India and Austria.
3. Low fees
4. Good career prospects
5. High quality of life
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