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Why Choose Germany?

Choosing a country to go to college has never been easy. That is why a deep reflection is needed long time in advance.

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Choosing Germany is also choosing student accommodation at affordable prices. According to the DAAD, a student spends an average of € 323 per month to find accommodation. The places in university residences are cheaper (214 €), but the waiting lists are long. In some cities like Munich, Frankfurt or Hamburg, the cost of living is higher. It is generally lower in those located in the east of the country. Foreign students are considered a priority for housing in student halls. It is the university which takes care of the formalities and provides a room in student halls.

Studying in Germany will also deepen your knowledge of the German culture. Learning German has valuable benefits. It’s help to acquire a useful basis for a future Scandinavian language learning. But above all, it is a language widely used in European trade. In many sectors, German companies are among the largest: automotive (Volkswagen, Opel, BMW, …), chemicals (BASF), pharmaceutical industry (Bayer), cosmetics (Nivea ) or the electronics (Siemens).

Germany is Europe’s leading economic country and the fourth most powerful economy in the world and has one of the most dynamic industries worldwide.It has about 110 universities and institutes of higher education, with courses recognized throughout the world and in many specialties. German universities have an excellent reputation all over the world and represent innovation and progress. The strong part of German education is a modern approach that makes it easy to integrate into working life. That is why Germany is a very attractive study destination. Every year, the country welcomes several international students.

Choosing Germany is also making the choice of facilitated mobility. Several universities offer public transport, a subscription that allows great mobility for 30 to 100 € per semester, depending on the city. In Cologne for example, the Semesterticket allows you to travel throughout the Land, including by train. For about 300 € per semester, you can spend your week-ends discovering the region with the person of your choice. And to enjoy student parties at the end of the week, the Colognese tram works all night long.

Choosing a country to go to college has never been easy. That is why a deep reflection is needed long time in advance.

school

Choosing Germany is also choosing student accommodation at affordable prices. According to the DAAD, a student spends an average of € 323 per month to find accommodation. The places in university residences are cheaper (214 €), but the waiting lists are long. In some cities like Munich, Frankfurt or Hamburg, the cost of living is higher. It is generally lower in those located in the east of the country. Foreign students are considered a priority for housing in student halls. It is the university which takes care of the formalities and provides a room in student halls.

Studying in Germany will also deepen your knowledge of the German culture. Learning German has valuable benefits. It’s help to acquire a useful basis for a future Scandinavian language learning. But above all, it is a language widely used in European trade. In many sectors, German companies are among the largest: automotive (Volkswagen, Opel, BMW, …), chemicals (BASF), pharmaceutical industry (Bayer), cosmetics (Nivea ) or the electronics (Siemens).

Germany is Europe’s leading economic country and the fourth most powerful economy in the world and has one of the most dynamic industries worldwide.It has about 110 universities and institutes of higher education, with courses recognized throughout the world and in many specialties. German universities have an excellent reputation all over the world and represent innovation and progress. The strong part of German education is a modern approach that makes it easy to integrate into working life. That is why Germany is a very attractive study destination. Every year, the country welcomes several international students.

Choosing Germany is also making the choice of facilitated mobility. Several universities offer public transport, a subscription that allows great mobility for 30 to 100 € per semester, depending on the city. In Cologne for example, the Semesterticket allows you to travel throughout the Land, including by train. For about 300 € per semester, you can spend your week-ends discovering the region with the person of your choice. And to enjoy student parties at the end of the week, the Colognese tram works all night long.