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STUDy IN Germany

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Study in Germany


Germany is popular among international students for its study programs and research opportunities. German universities offer more than 300 international degree programs, which are entirely or partly taught in the English language. These courses are available in different disciplines like Engineering, Natural Science, Computer Science, Business & Economics.  Extensive student support, scholarships, and thousands of diverse programs are some of the attractions that fascinate international students seeking to study in the nation.


The cost of living in Germany amounts to 841 to 1,287 EUR per month, which is quite low as compared to its European counterparts. It has a graduate unemployability rate of 5.4% which is the lowest in Europe. Nearly 77% of the graduates find employment in Germany within months of completing their degrees. Germany majorly attracts students of STEM courses looking for degrees in Computer science, Mathematics, and Engineering along with programs in Natural science, Business, Economics, etc.


Germany is traditionally seen as a safe country when compared to other countries. You may freely move about here, whether in a city or in the countryside. Germany also offers economic and political stability, making it an excellent study destination. According to the most recent crime data, Germany is one of the safest countries in the world.


If you are going to study in Germany, you are not required to speak the local language. If you are not familiar with the German language, you may always pick an English-taught program. The majority of German master's degrees are taught in English.


Popular Areas of Education
Engineering
English
Medicine
Law
Management
And other disciplines
Top Preferred Specialized Courses:
Mechanical & Mechatronic
Automobile and Automotive
Computation Science & Energy Studies
German Universities have two intakes:
Summer Intake: March to September
Winter Intake: October to March
International students are permitted to work part-time for 20 hours per week during their studies. The average income from part-time usually ranges from €700-to €1500.


Germany is a member of the Schengen country, which will allow students studying there to enjoy the freedom of movement in other Schengen countries.

Universities in Germany:

 

 

 

 

 

                                                             

 

There are more universities/ institutions apart from the above-mentioned. UniNxt Study Overseas will help students to choose the course and the institution according to their requirements and eligibility.

List of Universities
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