Germany has recently become a gimmick for international students worldwide, including students from Bangladesh. Germany offers you uncountable numbers of worldwide ranked universities with high employability and affordable living cost. Germany is rich in history, a vibrant and dynamic lifestyle with a mixture of modern and classic, urban and rural. According to the most recent survey, over 3,57,000 foreign international students come to Germany for higher studies.
As maintained by official recordings in 2018, Germany has 429 public highest institutions, among them 106 are universities. Several universities have been consistently ranked as the world’s best universities. Students value these universities’ quality of education, teaching, research excellence, further opportunities to improve academically and most importantly, a friendly and safe environment.
Unlike other European countries, Germany offers you up to 100% scholarship. It is the only study destination with top-ranked universities and provides you with low to no tuition fees. A survey has shown that 35.3% of international students in Germany highlighted that low tuition fees for universities in the top reason made them choose Germany. Public universities in Germany do not cost any money but only a few administrative costs like student contribution, student union fee or a public transport ticket that would cost €250 per semester.
Universities of Germany offer you countless degree courses designed to meet everyone’s interest. Germany is an industrialized country, and it has invested in many Engineering universities and Engineering programs that only German universities offer. Besides Engineering, German universities also offer you the best medicine and pharmacy programs. Study programs of Germany are designed to meet up with the most up-to-date scientific developments and educate individuals who can confidently face global challenges. At the end of your graduation, you will be certified with a globally recognized degree.
Compared to other countries, the cost of living in Germany for international students is quite affordable. Although places in urban areas are a bit pricier, rent is pretty low in peripheral regions. Rent is the primary financial concern in Germany, but you can cut half of the expenses by sharing your place with other people. Besides rent, additional daily costs are inexpensive.
The German law allowed international students to work part-time for up to 20 hours a week or 120 full days a year. It is guessed that more than 60% of international students work part-time while studying in Germany. Part-time jobs can help you earn some extra money and help you cope better with the environment and increase your future employability.
Degrees issued from a German university are highly valued in every part of the world, so the German graduates always get the highest employability in the global job market.
International students in Germany get a residency permit to be able to live and travel around the country. This residency permit will also allow you to travel the entire Schengen Area without any Visa.
The opportunities of studying in Germany are endless. It opens doors to many paths of career. To know furthermore, please get in touch with UniAssist Global Education (USAGE)
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