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Culture, Language and Student life in Germany

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If you wish to study abroad in Germany, then rest assured that here, you will find one of the best higher educations in the world. Cars or education, ‘Made in Germany’ is a seal of quality. A degree from a German University is respected around the world. The automotive industry in Germany is regarded as one of the most competitive and innovative in the world and is the fourth largest by production. 

The top 10 exports of Germany are vehicles, machinery, chemical goods, electronic products, electrical equipment, pharmaceuticals, transport equipment, basic metals, food products, and rubber and plastics.


What do you need to get admitted to a good German university?

The answer is simple: Outstanding academic achievements and a strong recommendation from your professors, which vouches for your technical skills, personality, aptitude and attitude.


Living in Germany

DAAD, The German Academic Exchange Services is one of the world’s leading scholarship organization providing ample scholarships for all.

The cost of living in Germany is quite reasonable, as compared to other European countries. On an average, you would spend the same for food, rent, clothing, and miscellaneous activities as in other European countries.

As a student, you can get present your ID and avail of concessions for theatre, museum, opera, cinema, swimming pool etc. It is a safe country so you either can move around in daylight or at night without any qualms and the police are reliable to assist in any situation.

Overall, the higher education system here in Germany is very conducive for international students and those who wish to study abroad in Germany.


Germany consists of 16 States & the capital and largest city is Berlin.

•Population of Germany is 81,726,000 and it is the fifth largest economy in the and Europe’s largest.

•One of the G8 countries in the world.

•It is a leading exporter of machinery, vehicles, chemicals, and household equipment and benefits from a highly skilled labor force.


Why choose Germany as a study abroad destination?

Wouldn’t you like to study in a country which has been the home of many famous inventors and engineers, and world-renowned research institutions, like the Max Planck Society, the Helmholtz Association and the Fraunhofer Society. Did you know that 104 German Laureates have been awarded the Nobel Prize till date? Some of the world’s oldest universities are located in Germany. These include the Heidelberg University, Leipzig University Rostock University, Greifswald University, Freiburg University, and the University of Munich, all established between 1386 to 1472. To top this up, six of the top 100 universities and 18 of the top 200 universities are located in Germany.

The higher education system or study abroad in Germany has 450+ state-accredited universities with 17K+ programs in a variety of subjects and academic levels- graduation, post-graduation, doctoral, post-doctoral and diploma. Many of these programs are taught in English and this is a boon for those international students who are not very conversant with the German language.  Since many of the German universities are public institutions, and they receive funding from the government and hence students do not have to pay complete tuition fees.  An added advantage of study abroad in Germany is the inclusion of Internship in all courses, which bring in a practical perspective to the theoretical concepts learnt in the classroom. 


As a country, Germany lacks in the number of skilled workforce in many professions like mechanical, automotive, electrical and civil engineers, scientists, IT workforce, doctors and nurses, English teachers, hospitality workforce etc.  After higher studies in Germany, it is possible to take up a job for some time but you will need some German language skills to land a professional level job. 

So if you can aspire to study abroad in Germany, then you can choose the particular country as a preferred destination and get a stamp of quality and a degree which is recognized across the world.


Germany is the fifth largest economy in the world and Europe’s largest.

It has Europe's largest highly skilled labour force, a capital stock, a low level of corruption, and a high level of innovation. The German scientific achievements have been significant, and research and development efforts form an integral part of the German economy. 




German literature is world-famous and dates back to the Middle Ages. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich Schiller, Thomas Mann, Bertolt Brecht, and Hermann Hesse are some of the most renowned German authors. Germany hosts the Frankfurt Book Fair annually; it is the biggest book fair in the world.


Germany has been represented in various international sporting events including Formula One, FIFA World Cup, Summer Olympics, ice hockey, and tennis tournaments. One of the leading motorsports countries in the world, Germany is known for the manufacture of motor brands such as BMW and Mercedes.etc



Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

Cologne Cathedral in Kölner Dom

The Black Forest

The Fairytale Castle

The Rhine Valley....... and many more are the most popular tourist attractions in the world.


Weather in Spring

As soon as those first rays of sun come out (even if it’s still chilly), you'll see many Germans in parks, outdoor cafes and biergartens soaking up the sun and enjoying the eagerly anticipated warm summer season. The parties of karnevel warm people up with the whimsical cherry blossoms welcoming the sun.

Weather in Summer

In summer, you can enjoy long, sunny days. But the summer months are also the time when precipitation in Germany is high, so don't forget your umbrella.

Weather in Fall

   In September and October, the weather in Germany is still pleasant with golden days ablaze in colorfull fall foliage. Germans call these last warm days of the year Altweibersommer (Indian summer).

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Hochschule Rhein-Waal

Kamp-Lintfort, Germany


Govt.Funded Universities


Karlshochschule International University

Karlsruhe, Germany


University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef (IUBH)



Fachhochschule des Mittelstand (FHM)

Bielefeld, Germany


Kunhe Logistics University

Hamburg, Germany


Hochschule Bremen university of Applied Sciences






F H Aachen



IAS College

Schwerin and Wismar, Germany



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