Zero Tuition Fees
Majority of states in Germany have no tuition fees at all, and many of the public universities extend the policy to international students too! That is a lot of money you can save
More than 400 institutions to choose from
With more than 400 higher education institutions across the country, and a grand total19000 courses to choose from, you have an abundance of courses and fields to choose from.
You can work part-time
Non-EU students are allowed to work part-time up to 120 days or 240 half-days yearly in order to support themselves. Typical student wages range from 10 to 15 Euros an hour.
Opportunity to work full time in Germany
International students who graduate from a German university enjoy great job opportunities. Foreign students are allowed to stay for a year after graduation, in the event of looking for a job. Germany offer long-term work opportunities for successful students.
Enjoy Oktoberfest, eat a tasty Würst sausage in Frankfurt or watch a Bayern soccer game. You can also travel to surrounding countries via train, bus or low-cost airlines.
here’s some important things you need to know to work while studying in Germany