Is Studying in Germany The Right Choice For You

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Free Guide: The Essential Guide to Studying in Germany For Free

To increase your chances of getting admitted at a Germany university, learn more about the requirements for international students, and best prepare yourself for studying and living in Germany, check out our FREE guide for international students.

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Finally! Everything You Need to Know About Studying and Living in Germany in 2020 as an International Student In One Simple and Easy to Understand Digital Guide

Find your ideal study program in Germany, increase your chances of university admission, and get your student visa successfully using the expert advice in this guide…

Thousands of students have used the information in this guide to plan their journey to Germany to study, live, and work there after graduation. As a special bonus, we also included our 2019/2020 Updated List of Scholarship Opportunities and Working in Germany After Studies Guide

If you want to experience living and studying in Germany as an international student without the overwhelm and pain of figuring out everything on your own, then this guide is everything you need.

In this guide you’ll find answers to:

  • What is the real cost of studying in Germany and do universities really offer free-tuition education for international students…
  • Do you have to speak German fluently (and start taking language courses in your home country) to study in Germany or can you study in the English language as well…
  • What are the main requirements to study in Germany, how to increase your chances of admission at a German university, and where to look for scholarship opportunities…
  • What are the best cities in Germany to study and live in, that are not just interesting and fun, but also have a low cost of living and are great for international students
  • What are the most in-demand professions and urgently needed experts in Germany, in case you’re thinking of staying in Germany after you graduate and landing a well-paid job…
  • And a lot more inside…
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Some Benefits of Studying in Germany as an International Student…

As an international student in Germany, you’ll gain far more than just the quality education German universities have to offer. Germany has always been an attractive place to study in, some of the main reasons for that are:

  • Most public universities in Germany offer tuition free education, so that foreign students don’t have to get in debt to get a degree and a high quality education.
  • World class education is offered by internationally recognized academic staff and highly skilled professionals in several disciplines, including science, engineering, medicine, law, business, and arts.
  • The cultural diversity will make you see the world differently and enable you to grow as a person, while creating long-lasting relationships with other students from all over the world.
  • You’ll practice speaking the German language (spoken by over 185 million people worldwide) by socializing with local friendly Germans and having real life conversations.
  • Endless opportunities in case you decide to stay in Germany after you graduate to live and work there.
  • And many other benefits you’ll learn in our guide…

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