Study in Germany
Why Study in Germany?
Here are top four reasons to study in Germany:
1- Safe Country:
Germany is considered as a safe country compared to other countries. Day or night, in town or in the countryside, you can walk in there freely and safely without any worries.
2- an Interactive web of Academia and Research:
Germany has an interactive web of Academia and research as it has many universities all over the country, which form a web of high education institutions. In addition, these universities can find you a job in the field that you have studied in, after your graduation.
3- Top Quality Education:
Germany has one of the best universities in the world, as it makes sure always to have the best teaching and research methods all over the world. Your degree will be recognized internationally.
4- Better Job Chances:
Studying in Germany gives you better job chances in the future because your degree will be attractive to the employers and it also will be respected all over the world.
Tuition Fees and Living Expenses
Tuition in Germany:
Depend on the institutions level if private or public universities and the instruction language.
- Private universities: which language of instruction is English tuition start from 5000 to 9000 Euro per academic year.
- Public universities: which language of instruction is German most of them are FREE which students have to pay € 250 – 500 only per year admission fee.
- German language courses: Tuition fee between € 5000 – 7000 per year.
- English language courses: Tuition fee between € 5000 – 10000 per year.
Living Expenses cost in Germany:
The cost of living in Germany is reasonable compared to other Europeans countries. In large cities, costs vary depending on where you live.
Estimated Cost of Living:
Students require 400 to 800 Euro per months in order to cover the cost of living in Germany.
Housing will cost you about 200 to 400 Euro per month.
General Costs per Month on average:
Telephone, Internet, TV
In general, the cost for the Academic year roughly 8000 Euro for languages course and living expenses.
Working in Germany
Many international students can work part-time to finance their studies without having to get a work permit.
If you are a non-EU student, then you are allowed to work 90 days per year with 8 hours working days or 180 half days per year.
Paying for student jobs is typically 6 to 10 Euros per hour.
If you get a permanent job offer after university graduation, do not forget that you are not permitted to remain in Germany with your student visa. Official policy is that you must return to your home country before you can apply for a residency visa and work permit. However, if your employer wants you to start working quickly, a lawyer making a petition on your behalf can avoid this.
You will require a visa to study in Germany. Once you have an acceptance letter from a university, which enables you to study in Germany, you need to go to the German embassy or consulate in your country and apply for a student visa and you need to complete a residence permit application form.
To apply for a visa, you need the letter of acceptance, a completed student visa form, a valid passport, a passport photo and the visa-processing fee.
1- If you are submitting as an undergraduate student, you need to have these documents:
– Educational Certificates.
– Motivation letter that explains why you want to study in Germany.
– Proof of healthcare insurance and financial resources while you are in Germany.
– A letter confirmation admission.
2- If you are submitting as a graduate student, you need to have these documents:
– An invitation from the German university outlining the area of the research or study.
– Your CV.
– Proof of income
– Proof of Germany or English language proficiency “depending on the course language”.
Our office is ready to help you with all procedures starting from finding the right universities and courses to the admission and getting the acceptance letter until the applying for the student visa and the admission to the university.
Study Language in Germany
Some of the international students choose to study the German language in Germany. If you are going to study the German language in Germany, you will need to know some information about the available courses and institutes so that you can apply and travel easily.
Study German in Germany:
Learning the German language can give you important job opportunities such as the job market. In addition, if you worked in a company, you will need to know the German language as you will have German colleges and you will need to deal with them. Learning the German language for Europeans gives you special skills and important opportunities.
As a student, if you decided to study in Germany, you would learn a very important and valuable language.
In order to learn German language, you can apply for language courses in Germany; these courses will have a huge influence on you in the terms of the scientific and economic vocabulary.
Most of the German students can speak English that is why you need to learn how to speak the German language if you are going to study in Germany in order to communicate with other students and in order to learn fast.
Study English in Germany:
Many international students choose to study in Germany. If you are going to study in English in Germany, you will need to know some information about the courses that are available in English before going there.
If you do not know how to speak German. Then you have to know how to speak English very well in order to study in Germany.
Many private universities offer the study programs in the English language especially in the bachelor and master degree.
Our Partners’ Universities
F+U Academy of Languages
IUBH School of Business and Management
BAU International Berlin University of Applied Sciences
New European College GmbH
Berlin Brandenburg International School