Why study in Germany for International Students and Living cost
Three different types of institutions make up the higher education system in Germany. They are:
- Universities of applied sciences
- Technical, art, film and music colleges
Many public universities in Germany are very old, dating back to the middle ages. This bars a significant tradition of qualitative education and famous names in various academic disciplines.
Universities in Germany are known to excel in both infrastructure and curricula. Optimal facilities providing contemporary technology, and a diversified professional staff that contributes to compounding an enlightening curricula, ensure promising future generations of experts regardless of the discipline. Innovation, international cooperation and practice-oriented studies are considered to be the revolutionary roads to a world-class education.
The cost of living, on average, is around 700-800€ including rent, food, transport, health insurance, telephone/internet, study materials and leisure activities.
Many universities offer international courses in English language as well. So knowing German to study in Germany is not mandatory but is recommended.
Costs Excluding Tuition Fees
Visa Fee60Euro approx
Food Cost200Euro/month approx
Show money10000Euro approx
Flight Ticket FareINR 20000 approx
Benefits of the Country
Stay Back and PR
18 months of students residence permit for master's and PhD
95% German, English( Better to learn German)
Part Time Job
20 hours per week and full time during holidays
"Slim or skinny fit jeans are the preferred denim
lightweight pants and sneakers, ankle boots, or long boots. long sleeve shirt, a sweater, and a jacket"
Spring is during the months of March, April and May
Summer is from June through to August.
Autumn is during the months of September, October and November and
Winter is from December to February.
Bicycle. Bus & Tram. Buses are a ubiquitous form of public transport, and practically all towns have their own comprehensive network. S-Bahn,Taxi,U-Bahn