What should I know before deciding to study in Germany

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Posted on August 01, 2019
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Zoya Amin
August 13, 2019 at 08:38am
Hello Began, If you decide to study in Germany you need first to identify your future academic and career goals if you haven’t already. Then you need to process with the selection of the university and program which will perfectly match those desires. If you are planning to study abroad in Germany, you should know the following things - Language and Entry requirements: For studying in Germany if you apply for an international course, you are required to show your English language proficiency. If you are proficient in the German language, you can start off your studies in Germany on the right footing. Because, you can attend many key seminars and lectures held in German, which you would otherwise skip. Accommodation: There is one drawback of studying in Germany, it is related to housing. Most universities don’t even have on-campus housing. The good thing in all this is universities work closely together with different housing providers to ensure that students get affordable and safe accommodation to stay in while studying in Germany. Work opportunities: Students want to work while studying in Germany. But while students face limited restrictions to pursue work during the study. You can work for a maximum of 120 full or 240 half days. International students are offered with great job opportunities and career prospects after studying in Germany. Tuition fees & Scholarship: In Germany, the Majority of universities does not require tuition fees. But some universities may charge tuition fees. Many students then take the scholarship route to meet expenses, with DAAD being the most prominent of the lot. Health Insurance: If you are studying in Germany, you have to buy health insurance just like requires in other countries.