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Germany at a glance

Official Name :Federal Republic of Germany
Capital : Berlin
Official Language : German
Name of President : Frank-Walter Steinmeier
Area : 357,022 km2
Population : 83.16 Million
Currency : Euro
Total GDP : $ 3.863 Trillion
Dialing Code : +49

Why Germany?

Germany is a higher education paradise. Unlike in any other country, in Germany there are many worldwide ranked universities, countless courses to choose among, globally valued degrees that promise a high employability to the successful students and affordable living costs.Moreover, Germany has a long and rich history, a vibrant and dynamic lifestyle mixing the modern and the classics, the urban and the rural which will immerse and make anyone loves every second spent here.Not surprisingly, Germany is ranked among the world’s top destinations for international students. According to the latest official statistics, there are over 3, 57,000 foreign students seeking a university degree in Germany per year whereas the number is steadily increasing.

At the time when higher education is becoming a necessity due to the increased need for highly qualified professionals and cost of attending university are increasing faster, Germany is the only top study destination whose universities charge no tuition fees. International students will only have to pay few administrative costs like student contribution, student union fee and a public transport ticket which account to around €250 per semester altogether.Based on official recordings in 2018, there are 429 public higher education institution functioning in Germany among which 106 are universities. German universities are above global higher education standards.Some of them have been consistently ranked among the world’s best universities. Students value these universities for the quality of education, hands-on experiences during their studies, opportunities to improve academically during and after studies and most importantly the safe and friendly environment.

The German law states that international students are allowed to work part-time for up to 20 hours a week or 120 full days of a year. It is estimated that more than 60% of current international students work part-time while studying in Germany. International students need not to possess a qualification in the first place because there is a wide range of jobs available and you will likely find something anyway. Commonly, students in Germany work as tutors, bartenders, administrative staff, babysitters, etc.

Mostly preferable German institutes to the International Students:

  • Technical University of Munich
  • Heidelberg University
  • University of Humburg
  •  Leipzig University
  •  University of Duisburg – Essen
  •  University of Maanheim
  • University of Bremen
  • University of Kiel
  • Saarland University
  • Phillips University Marburg
  • University of Regensburg
  • Technical University of Cologne
  • University of Kassel
  • Kempten University of Applied Sciences
  • University of Potsdam
  • Fulda University of Applied Sciences

Approximate Study cost in German Higher Educational Institutes:

Sl No.Name of the CourseCost in EURO / Year
01Foundation (Private Universities)10,000 - 14,000
02Bachelor ProgramFree of Cost
03Post Graduate Diploma / Master ProgramFree of Cost

Approximate Living Expenses in Germany:

Sl No.CategoryCost in EURO / Year

Note: Students need to block his accommodation expenses with the Duetsche Bank or Fintiba for submitting his visa application in the Embassy of Federal republic of Germany in Bangladesh

Our service at a glance:

1. Get a professional advice:

Our trained and experienced counselors will guide you for choosing the right way to follow in respect of university and also subject considering your previous track of study and result.

2. Pick a University and Subject:

Choose the right university from our partner universities in Germany where your desired subject isavailable.

3. Accept Conditional Offer Letter (CoL):

Accept the Admission Letter and block the required amount for accommodation with Duetsche Bank or Fintiba through any of the local banks in Bangladesh.

4. Get ready for interview:

Before submitting the visa application in the Embassy of Federal republic of Germany, get ready for an interview through attending some training sessions arranged by Eritra International.

5. Obtain Your Study Permit Visa

Submit the visa application along with all necessary documents. Then receive the Study Permit Visa once your passport will be ready for collection.

6. Get Ready to Take Off:

Have a pre- departure briefing from Eritra International and take off to your destination. Wish you all the very best for your upcoming future in Germany. Our professional advice may positively change your career.

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