Why studying in Germany?

1. Top quality and free – tuition fee
German universities offer excellent teaching and high research ranking among the best universities in the world. You will earn an internationally renowned degree although you will not pay for your studies. These free-tuition fee universities will give you excellent prospects on the global labor market and you will be recognized as an expert in your field in all around the world as you graduate from a German university.

2. Practical studies
German universities provide outstanding academic programs including the practical and theoretic methods. Furthermore, universities of applied sciences offer a range of attractive, practice-oriented options. Many study programs like Engineering combine theory and practice. This will greatly facilitate your career start.

3. Unlimited potential
In Germany, you can develop your intellectual and practical abilities and personal skills freely and reach your full potential. If you have great goals, you are on the right track! You will find many doors open both during your studies and after graduation.

4. Diversity
Discovering the wonderful nature and diversity of Germany is also an advantage! When you take time off from your studies, there are several ways of finding out more about your host country. For example, you can sit in a green beer garden with your friends, you can go for a walk on a beach, you can swim in a lake, climb a mountain or visit an old castle.

5. Multinational national atmosphere
Germany is the third most popular destination among international students in the world. More than twelve percent of students at German universities come from abroad just like you. Not many countries are so open to accept many international students from around the world! Germany is an attractive place to study and German university degrees are highly respected by employers worldwide. Despite of international diversity Germany offers economic and political stability, which makes it a safe country and an ideal place for you to study.

6. Travel Europe on a student visa
If you are a European applicant to study and live in Germany, you will benefit the same rights as a German citizen and EU citizen regarding free entry, the opportunity to study and work without any additional permits. If you are not a European citizen and you want to study in Germany, you will have to apply for a Visa. Unless you are enrolled on a summer school language program, you will need to apply for a student visa that allows you to reside in Germany for more than 90 days and also get a residence permit to become able to live and move around the country. The student residency will also allow you to travel with no further visa in the whole Schengen Area, which makes for a wonderful opportunity to live and visit beautiful Europe.

7. Work Permit and Job opportunities
If you want to earn some money while studying or get first job experience or if you want to start working soon after graduation, Germany is the best destination! You may know that Germany is one of the few countries which give you a right for working up to 20 hours per week during your studies. After your studies you will be allowed to extend your visa for18 months so-called ‘’Arbeitsplatzsuchen Visum’’ in order to search for a job and you can change your visa to work visa as soon as you find a job in Germany. You do not have to go back to your country to apply for a job visa like many other countries. Political and social stability plus the low rate of unemployment.

8.Setting a business as a self-employed after graduation
Self-employed business people play an important role in German society. Germany needs people with creative ideas who can develop new products and services. As a fresh graduate you can set up your business plan and begin your plan with your own start-up.
Depending on your level of education and your field of studies the admission process as well as obtaining a German visa is a complex issue.

In this regard experienced lawyers and consultants can help you to apply for immigration to Germany.
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