Study in Germany

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Study in Germany

Why study in Germany is one of the best options?

The answer to this question is very simple. because studying in Germany leads to continuing to live in one of the best countries in continental Europe.

After completing your studies, you have 18 months to work in Germany and 3 years after working in Germany, you will receive your permanent residence from this country.

Germany has the lowest unemployment rate in the world and provides a safe environment for work and life.

In general, the advantages of studying in Germany can be summarized in a few cases:

  1. Possibility of studying for free
  2. Possibility of studying in English in master’s and doctoral degree.
  3. Residence permit for 18 months after graduation in order to find work and obtain a work visa.
  4. Possibility of obtaining permanent residence after graduation.
  5. Possibility to study in all fields ( art, engineering, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, etc.)
  6. Possibility to work alongside education and cover all living expenses (part-time work)
  7. high validity of German student  visas and the possibility of traveling to Schengen countries without the need for a visa.

What is the length of study in Germany at different levels of education?

Degrees in Germany include undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral and postdoctoral courses:

Bachelor course: Between 6 and 8 semesters.

Master’s course: Between 3 and 4 semesters

PhD: Between 3 and 6 years.

When does the school year in Germany start?

As with most European universities, the start of the German university semester from September to March is one semester (winter) and April to August (summer) is another semester of the academic year.

What is the classification of German higher education centers?

  • University centers

In the centers called Universität or Hochschule the emphasis is on research and it will be possible to study at higher levels such as doctorate.

  • University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule)

Applied science universities are universities that place more emphasis on the applied and practical aspects of the disciplines and offer more engineering, economics, and finance disciplines. Graduates of this type of university have a very good career prospects, and now many employers prefer graduates of universities of other universities, and the point is that this degree is often accepted in Germany and the possibility of studying for a degree They do not have a doctorate.

  • Universities of Art and Music

Another type of higher education institution in Germany is the Kunst und Musik und Film Hochschule.

The number of these universities in Germany is about 50 centers.

 What are German student cities?

“Berlin, the largest student city”:

Berlin is the largest city in Germany with a population of more than 3.5 million. It also has the highest concentration of universities and research institutes in Germany.

The low cost of living in Berlin is another strength of the city for student life. Berlin has the highest rate of affordable student living in Munich, Hamburg and Frankfurt.

 If you are looking to study in Germany in English, more than Berlin universities offer courses in English, which makes Berlin a large and prestigious student community.

The Freie Universität , for example, is one of the largest and top research universities in Berlin.

The university was ranked 87th in the world last year and accepts students in the fields of arts, humanities and social sciences.

“Munich, a major industrial city”:

The second city in the list of the best student cities in Germany is Munich, which is also the third largest city in Germany.

Munich is a desirable city for postgraduate studies. A safe, clean and multicultural city, and most importantly, Munich can be considered one of the top 10 industrial cities in the world.

The most famous scientific centers in Bavaria are the Technical University of Munich and the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich.

“Frankfurt, the city of skyscrapers”:

Frankfurt is known as the home of the European Central Bank and one of the largest stock exchanges in the world, and is a unique destination for any young student who aspires to shine in the world economy and work in the field.

The universities of Frankfurt that are suitable for admitting Iranians are:

  • Johann Wolfgang Goethe University
  • Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
  • Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.

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