Germany is a stronghold in the European economy and holds the key to future development in the field of engineering and technology within Europe. 

Why Germany

Germany is a stronghold in the European economy and holds the key to future development in the field of engineering and technology within Europe. It is recognized as a leading center of education in the automobile industry and is home to some of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers such as Porsche, Audi, Ford Rheinland, BMW, Opel, and Mercedes.

Students considering Germany as an option will have to learn the German language as English is not the formal language there. However, recognizing the importance of English, many universities have started offering courses in English for the benefit of international students considering an education there.

Top German Universities

German Universities offer a wide variety of courses ranging from Business Management, Humanities, Social Science, Engineering, Architecture, Life Science, Pre Clinical Science and Physical Sciences.

As of 2017 there were approximately 3,50,000 international students studying various subjects in German Universities.

Top 5 German universities

  • LMU Munich
  • Technical University of Munich
  • Heidelberg University
  • Humboldt University of Berlin
  • University of Freiburg

Scholarship Options in Germany

It is advisable to initiate your admission process into German Universities at least a year prior to completing your 12th standard for undergraduates and during the beginning of the last year of your graduation so as to maximize the possibilities of choosing the best university options and scholarship opportunities as dates for these vary from university to university.

Required skills

Apart from the Automobile industry Germany offers employment opportunities in other equally important sectors which are focused on improving the economic and social wellbeing of the local citizens.

Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs in Germany

  •  Consultant
  •  Engineer
  •  IT Specialist
  •  Attending Physician
  •  Sales Manager
  •  Investment Banker
  •  Managing Director
  • Architect
  • Health care
  • Mathematics

Educational expenses

If you have chosen Germany as your study destination, it is important that you get familiar with the overall costs associated with your educational plans. 

Cost factors related to education can broadly be classified into two sections: Tuition fees & Cost of Living 

Tuition fees: (EUR €) 

Public university: Euro 1100 approximately per annum 

Private university: Euro 25000 approximately per annum

Cost of living:-

Rent and utilities € 323
Food and drink € 168
Clothing € 42
Learning materials € 20
Car and public transportation € 94
Health insurance, medical costs, medicine € 80
Telephone, internet, TV € 31
Recreation, culture, sports € 61
Total € 819

Salary Trends

The average salary for a qualified professional in Germany is about 4000 Euros per month depending on skills, qualifications and experience.

Individuals with proficient English language skills can expect an advantage over other individuals not conversant with the English language. 

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