Studying in Germany is now free of cost. Here’s a big chance for the people around the world to take benefit from a high quality educational system and gain some experience from there. German universities are connected with other universities all over the world. German universities are trying to provide enough university places for international students, they also make efforts to support them in many other questions concerning the time abroad. Germany is quite small country but it is also a very important international trading partner and player, concerning political and economical question. German employees belonging from any fields are in great demand all around the world and have great chances to get job in international companies.
At German universities the practical part of study has great importance. Internships are offer to students in many program of studies and professors also recommends doing one.
The process of studies has been changed during the process of Bologna and the changes resulted in bachelor and Master System. First graduation degree is called Bachelor. After this you can continue with a Master program. Both are independent and accepted graduate.
German universities have great focus on research projects which is a reason of good reputation of German universities. Universities finance the research projects which helps the student to focus on their project and learn from real life situation.
In Germany you not only have to study on specific topics but they also provide many co-curricular activities and several travel opportunities.
Top German Universities:
There are more than 380 officially recognized universities in Germany that are offering more than 17,000 study subjects.
- Technische Universitat M?nchen
- Otto Beisheim School of Management
- Universitat Heidelberg
- Freie Universitat Berlin
- Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen
- Aachen University of technology
- Berufsakademie Ravensburg
- Dormund University
- Dresden Technical University
- Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University Greifswald
- Europa-Universitat Viadrina Frankfurt
- Fachhochschule Fulda
- Fachhochschule Karlsruhe
- Fachhochschule Reutlingen, Hochschule far technik und Wirtschaft
- Frankfurt University
- Friedrich Schiller Universitat, Jena
- GISMA Business School
- Heinrich-Heine-Universitat Dasseldorf
Scholarships and financing In Germany:
In German universities tuition fees are quite cheap as compared to other countries. Mostly universities and technical colleges in Germany are financed by the government. Very few are financed by the students. The federal states Bayern, Hamburg and Niedersachsen charge tuition fees which are about 500 euros, but other federal states do not charge tuition fees but they have some special regulation concerning long time students.
All students must have to pay semester fee. With this fee administration costs for own person are paid and cafeterias, residential homes or sport facilities are financed. The semester fees is 150 to 250 Euros.
Study in private universities is expensive because they are financed by student tuition fees which is up to 20.000 euros per year.
Living cost is also required. Cost to rent a residential home is 200-400 Euros. Sharing apartments will cost 300-500 Euros and a single apartment will cost 400 Euros.
Moreover you also required cost for food, books, copies, telephone, internet, clothing, free time, and many other things which can be calculate about 200-300 Euros.
You can apply for scholarship. There are many foundations and organizations that help international students. There is a possibility to get scholarships from ERASMUS program.
To study in Germany proof of financing is required. This proof is very important because it required for the application, for visa and for residence permit. There should be a proof that the person have 8,000 Euros per year.