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The technological and economic force of Europe was recognized in Germany. In recent decades, German universities have attracted many overseas students. Higher education, universities are spread throughout the country. Closeness to industrial sites and different research institutions offers students the option to obtain jobs and stay in the same town. More than 350 English courses are offered at German universities in various disciplines.

Germany at glance: A large number of international students travel to Germany to study in public institutions free of charge. It is a safe and welcome nation from a political point of view. Compared with other nations in Europe, the cost of living in Germany is low. With chilly summers and pleasant winters, Germany has a temperate climate. It is recognized as a country of poets and intellectuals and produced several famous composers and philosopher. There are also several renowned innovations, such as cars. The country boasts strong jobs and the highest GDP in Europe. In the environment and energy policy, Germany is also a leader. Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt etc. are popular cities.

Why study in Germany? The number one incentive for studying there is tuition free education at the public universities of Germany. Germany provides good resumes and facilities. In Germany there are more and more degree programs in English. The university offers 17, 600 degrees in about 450 state approved colleges. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is a well-known bursary organized in several candidates' bursaries. German diplomas are recognized for excellence and in the labor market they are very appreciated. The Deutsch’s Visa applies to 27 Schengen nations, including Austria, Denmark, France, Greece etc.

Germany’s education cost: Tuition charges, living expenditures and insurance etc. might be incurred in order to study in Germany. The cost also relies on your degree of technology, management etc. It also depends on the sort of institute you are studying, i.e., public or private. In Germany, the majority of the technical programs are free from tuition costs and the students should pay at least € 500/semester. The annual cost of living in Germany is around € 8,700. The typical tuition price would, however, be from €11,000 to €14,000, assuming the student goes to one of the business programs.