No Tuition Fees for German Public Universities
Regardless of the nationality, German public universities charge no tuition fees to international students. This is a huge benefit for aspiring students and they have only focus on other living costs such as food, accommodation, transport etc.
Top-quality higher education
People normally have a feeling that whatever we get free are of low quality. The higher education in Germany is a paradox for this. Germany has always been at the forefront of cutting-edge research and Technology. More than 60 universities / universities of applied sciences are in the top international University ranking.
German higher education institutions have exceptional standards, high prospects, and empower students to become leaders in their academic as well as professional fields.
German universities and centres of research have always worked closely with companies and industries and developed close symbiotic and strategic relationships. This gives students exciting opportunities to use the skills they learn in degree courses in real life scenarios to solve real problems.
Practice oriented approach
Students have the opportunity to gain extensive theoretical knowledge and practical knowledge in the University.
Some models even offer the opportunity of having studies and vocational training go hand in hand. A typical German bachelor or master degree consist of a practical Semester.
For instance, Technical University of Munich has partnerships with famous companies like Siemens and General Electric, BMW and also offer students the possibility to work on research projects in collaboration with local research centres like the Max Planck Institutes and Deutsches Museum.
German institutions hold international outlook
German universities whole heartedly welcome international students. As per statistics 11% of the students are international students as Germany offer post-study work opportunities to both EU and non-EU graduates.
Germany has more top-ranked universities than any European country besides the UK. If the students want to stay in Germany and become part of this powerful economy or return to their home country or move anywhere, a German degree will always make them stand out.
Forefront of Engineering & Technology
Germany holds a history of innovation and ingenuity and centre for Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution. Engineering and technology are highly valued by Germans whether it is automobiles, highways, or monumental structures, Germany has their own signature. The excellent infrastructure and development of this country is always triggering a good education system.
German language excellency
Even if the students choose an English-taught degree, they have the opportunity to improve or learn German while they are in the country. German companies and other European nations are willing to pay high salaries for graduates with advanced German skills.
Excellent job opportunities
German universities are highly respected worldwide for its impressive academic levels and the degrees from Germany enjoy a good reputation in companies across globe. Foreigners are allowed to live and work in Germany and on average, salaries for engineering experts are around 46,126 EUR/year.
Since most of the German companies are international and have offices globally, you have the opportunity to work from any part of the world or even from your own home country. For eg: It is not unheard-of Indian Students who have graduated from Germany working in India for the German Companies such as Bosch, Siemens in Bangalore, BMW in Chennai, Volkswagen India / Audi India / Porsche India in Pune, Henkel (Adhesive & Beauty Products), Bayer (Pharmaceuticals & Chemicals), Carl Zeiss, Allianz (Insurance & Asset Management), DHL (Courier & Logistics), BASF (Chemical Business).
Often international students who graduate out of German Universities work in German or native companies in US, UK, Canada, Australia, Japan and Middle Eastern countries such as Qatar, UAE, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain.
Germany is the 4th largest economy in the world which always give importance to international relations and more than 10.6 million foreigners live in this country. Whether it is a metropolis or a remote area, you can move freely and feel safe. As a student, you can be a part of this vibrant social and cultural environment.
Germany welcomes everyone with open arms regardless of gender, origin, sexual orientation, religion or any other personal preference.