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Why Germany?

Why Germany?

TYPES OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

TYPES OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

There are three types of educational institutions in Germany. While knowing the German language is preferred if you are serious about living in Germany. However, most institutions offer courses in English language and also assist in learning German.

Universities (Universitäten)

More often than not, universities are strongly research-oriented. The courses offered at universities do cover practical aspects, but the emphasis is on theoretical expertise and methodological training.

Universities of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschulen)

Programs at universities of applied sciences are usually more practice-oriented. The primary focus at Fachhochschulen is for students to apply scientific knowledge and to be taught the professional practice in relevant areas (business, technology, social affairs, media, etc.)

Colleges of Art, Music, and Film (Kunst-, Musik- und Filmhochschulen)

Despite being referred to as colleges, these schools in their respective art fields offer degrees upon completion of studies and have equivalent status to universities. Studying at a Kunsthochschule generally encompasses learning in a practice-based setting about the fine arts and specializing in subjects such as painting, sculpture, photography or ceramics.

MAIN REASONS FOR STUDYING IN GERMANY!!


MAIN REASONS FOR STUDYING IN GERMANY!!


quality

quality

Quality comes first for everything that happens in Germany. German universities are known worldwide for its excellent infrastructure, curriculum, and top-class faculty.

Cost of studying

Cost of studying

It’s a myth that you need to break your bank to be able to study abroad. You’ll be surprised to know that the cost of education can be cheaper in many educational institutions in Germany than in India. Of course, the cost of living adds up. Living in Germany is much less expensive compared to other havens for higher education such as Australia, USA, UK, etc. Did you know the cost of living in a metropolitan city in the USA /Australia/UK is 30-50% higher compared to German metropolitan cities such as Berlin/Frankfurt/Munich? As a student, you can also work for up to 20 hours/week and get paid a minimum wage of Euros 9.19/hour? It is usually enough to cover your living costs in shared accommodation.

Job opportunities

Job opportunities

Did you know that you can extend the residence permit for up to 18 months after finishing a graduate or masters program in Germany? Unlike during your education, during this time, you are allowed to work full-time. One has to demonstrate that you will be looking for a job within the field you have studied (no waiter/cleaner type of employment) and you have the means to support yourself during this period. And after the 18 months is over, you can either apply for an EU Blue Card Once you have paid social security contributions for 21-33 months, you can get a permanent residence permit. If you have good command over the German language such as B1 certification or higher, the period is 21 months, otherwise 33 months. The average salary in Germany for new graduates with professional degrees can range from Euros 45,000-60,000 depending upon the profession type and city.

Values

Values

Similar to Indian culture, Germans place massive importance on a substantial value-based system. You may have heard some of these; education, manners, punctuality & religion are evident in German’s everyday life. Would you not want to be part of a system with the right values that prepare you for the future? Contact us to find out more about the German lifestyle.

Traveling

Traveling

Travel while you study. Germany is connected to most European countries by road and rails. You can pretty much travel to a new country every weekend. Doesn’t that sound fun? Don’t wait, Contact us to discuss your opportunities of moving to Germany.

MAIN REASONS TO WORK IN GERMANY !!

MAIN REASONS TO WORK IN GERMANY !!

Whether you are a newly qualified engineering graduate or an experienced engineer, you should explore relocating to Germany. We help developers, software/mechanical engineers, and other professionals find the right job in Germany.

There is more to Germany than it’s famous Beerfest and football mania. And what is it?

Economic growth

Economic growth

Germany is one of the fastest-growing European countries. Almost 68% of contribution to GDP is from services sector that includes automobiles, professional services, etc. There is a massive demand for professional services in the German markets.

Work-life balance

Work-life balance

Work hard and play hard. That’s the mantra Germans follow. There is a strict law about the number of hours per week an employee is allowed to work, and it is enforceable. Calls after work or over the weekends by managers are not allowed. Staying late in the offices is not a thing for Germans. They value their time, and respect others need for their own time as well.

Salary

Salary

The average salary in Germany for a fresh engineer is >50,000 Euros, and for experienced professionals (3-4 years), it can be anywhere upwards of 70,000 Euros. Along with the salary, most companies offer lucrative bonuses on Christmas. Your health insurance covered as part of the taxes you pay, and the education is free, as the state covers it. Coupled with the low cost of living, and no savings needed for your health and kids education, you practically have all the money for yourself after paying taxes.

Cost of living in Germany

Cost of living in Germany

It’s a myth that you need to spend a fortune to live abroad. Living in Germany is much cheaper compared to other lucrative countries for immigration such as Australia, USA, UK, etc. Did you know the cost of living in a metropolitan city in the USA /Australia/UK is 30-50% higher compared to German metropolitan cities such as Berlin/Frankfurt/Munich?

Values

Values

Similar to Indian culture, Germans place massive importance on a robust value-based system. You may have heard some of these; education, manners, punctuality & religion are evident in German’s everyday life. Would you not want to be part of a system with the right values that prepares you for the future? Contact us to find out more about the German lifestyle.

Traveling

Traveling

Travel while you study. Germany is connected to most European countries by road and rails. You can pretty much travel to a new country every weekend. Doesn’t that sound fun? Don’t wait, Contact us to discuss your opportunities of moving to Germany.

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