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Why Germany?
Germany has much to offer as a place to study. It’s providing internationally recognized qualification such as Bachelors; Master and PhD Programs. Germany is one of the most highly developed industrial nations in the world and, after the USA and Japan has the worlds third largest and Europe’s 1st economy power with largest industries.

Germany is known as land of ideas with 103 Nobel Prize winners. Education, science and research play a central role here. Germany is one of the countries most preferred by International students, a hub of cutting-edge international research and a constant source of new patents.
Strong International Focus
The Germany's higher education system comprise some of 370 higher education institutes, including University, University of Applied Science, College of education and Academic of fine arts. The universities of Germany are open to student from all over the world. Currently there are about two million enrolled students among them 2, 50,000 of them are international student.
High Quality Education System
Germany is Synonymous with Quality. This holds true even in the field of education. Most of the Universities or colleges are state funded. So there is no concept of buying a degree as practiced in other favored education destinations. Merit is the only criteria for admission & there is no doubt about it. According to German law, universities are not permitted to discriminate against or grant preferential treatment to persons on basis of race, ethnic group, gender, or social class.

Germany is the land of ideas. Education, Science & Research has been playing a central role in the German society. To name a few inventions - Aspirin, Phenol, MP3, Diesel Engine, Tachometer, Electromagnetic radiation, Gauss, Hertz, Ohm, Roentgen, X-ray Crystallography, Automobile, Zeppelin all come from Germany. Time is testimony of the fact that Germany has produced 103 Noble laureates.
Close Link between Theory and Practice
All universities in Germany have well equipped laboratories where research works are done. Also they have tie ups with respective companies where student can join for their final thesis in the form of paid internship. Students will have more practical experience with the latest modern technology. As a result they will get both theoretical and practical experience during their studies.
Law Cost of Study
Most of Universities in Germany are providing tuition free education whereas very few universities charged tuition fees at state funded institution which are around €500. Student has to buy semester ticket for unlimited usage of public transportation, in and around the university town, which cost around €25 to €150.
Paid Internship
Many technical courses have compulsory Internship. The Internship period could be 3 to 6 months. The responsibility of an internship is purely on the student. They are helping by their professors with recommendation letters or references. Probably companies pay students around €600 to €1000 per month.
Part-time Work
Students are allowed to work during study. Non European citizens or citizens of the new EU member states are however allowed to work on 180 half working days or 90 full working days without even applying for a work permit. Some states have laws allowing to work only during summer vacations. However some other states allow working up to 20 hours a week even during the semester. In fact in some cities work inside the University is unrestricted as long as it does not impact studies. Mandatory Internship, Project work or Thesis work are excluded from the work restrictions or work permit necessity.
The leading industrial Nation
Germany is leading industrial nation in the world and it is number one Exporting country from 2003 to 2008 in the world. Germany is world’s third and Europe’s first economic power with largest manufacturing machinery technology.
Unemployment Rate
The unemployment rate in Germany was last reported at 7.4 percent in February of 2012. Historically, from 1991 until 2012, Germany Unemployment Rate averaged 9.5 Percent reaching an all time high of 12.1 Percent in March of 2005 and a record low of 6.4 Percent in November of 2011. The unemployment rate can be defined as the number of people actively looking for a job as a percentage of the labour force.
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