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Study in Germany

Germany has always been a favored destination in Europe for International students. It offers high quality university education in safe and welcoming environment. The Heidelberg University, University of Berlin, University of Bremen, University of Leipzig, Frankfurt University, etc. are some of the best centers of education in the world. Some facts that encourage students to choose Germany as a student destination are as follows:

(Source: www.educationau-incanada.ca)

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The applicant must meet the following factors while applying for a visitor visa::

  1. Academic ranking of world universities 2013 has 38 German Universities in Top 500 Universities of the world. (www.timeshighereducation.co.uk)
  2. After graduating from a German university an international student gets 18 months to look for a job that is appropriate for a university graduate.
  3. While studying international students are allowed to work 120 full days or 240 part-time days.
  4. There are 409 officially recognized institutions of higher education in 165 towns and cities throughout Germany. In total, German universities and colleges offer more than 14,500 degreeprogrammes. (www.study-in.de)
  5. Degrees from German Universities are recognized globally for quality education.
  6. German University 'Ruprecht-Karls-Universit├Ąt Heidelberg' is in the top 50 whereas eight of its 13 universities are in the top 200 universities of the world as per the QS World University Rankings 2013/14. (www.topuniversities.com)
  7. Most of the German Universities are government funded that keeps the education cost low. There are several scholarships available for international students every year.
  8. In the 2012 Fortune 500 rankings of the world's largest companies, 32 German companies were in the world's top 500 corporations. (www.money.cnn.com)
  9. Germany is a major industrial nation and one of the world's largest economies.As per the Federal Employment Agency, a shortage of about six million skilled workers is expected in Germany by 2025 (www.make-it-in-germany.com) thereby opening a world of opportunity for international students and professionals.