Benefits of Studying in Germany

28/08/2017 - 08:22-12 Comments by | india flag

Everybody knows that Germany is a popular education destination for higher education because of its low tuition fees. But have you ever wondered, what other advantages might be being a student in Germany? Here I am just going to post a few of them, for the rest of them you should come and experience them yourself.

  • Your semester fees also usually includes your public transport pass, which is valid for usage in all the public transport in the city of your university (sometimes also for travelling in the whole state). Your university student ID card acts as your transport pass too.
  • Germany is located almost in the center of Europe and therefore you can travel to any country in Europe in really no time and it is also quite cheap. Most of the German cities are well connected to different major cities across Europe and thus make it really feasible to travel anywhere you wish to. So do travel during your studies.
  • While studying in Germany , you will probably not just improve your educational skills in the field of your studies, but also develop your overall personality. You will start incorporating rules and discipline in your life which will help you at every step of your life.
  • Germany itself is full of beautiful landscapes so you don’t even need to go to other countries. You can visit a lot of wonderful places within Germany.
  • Germany is relatively cheap when it comes to living expenditure as compared to its bordering countries, such as France or the Netherlands. So already you have no/low tuition fees and now also less living expenditure. Great !!
  • Last but not least, you will get additional 18 months after completing your studies to look for jobs or any other further education opportunities. What more could you wish for.

So that’s all from me for now. Keep reading to get to know more about Germany.

Tschüss !!

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    Hi Yash,


    My nephew is coming to Hamburg Germany to enroll in Technical University for Mechatronics. I have few questions regarding cost of living and student / work visa / jobs/

    1. Cost of living – My nephew says there is no tuition fee for masters in this university but only the living cost like rent, grocery, day to day expenses. Are there anything other than this we should consider as considerable expense?
    2. Upon completion of masters to continue look for job, should we need Visa? do they check bank balance before issuing this visa for 18 months? if yes how much would they expect?
    3. Student jobs – are there any restrictions in hours per week or no. of days in a year the students can work?

    Appreciate your response.


    Comment by Karthik created 29/08/2017 - 18:31

    Hi yash
    I want to know the scope of pharmacy in Germany

    Comment by Indu created 07/01/2018 - 04:45

    Hi Yash.

    My self Prithvi Raj from Bangalore, I would like to know what were the entrance exams did you took up to satisfy the eligibility criteria!
    In waiting for your reply.

    Thank you.

    Comment by Prithvi Raj created 16/01/2018 - 08:07

    Hi Yash,

    Would love to talk to you privately about your blog if possible. Wanted some guidance with a possible masters in Germany. Let me know if you can help. You can write to me at

    Thanks again!

    Comment by Mili created 13/02/2018 - 23:50

      I have completed my grade 12 this year in May results were out scored 89% and cleared my Medical entrance also but not with too good score so I have decided to study MBBS/Veterinary from Germany
      Please gude me how can I complete my foundation course and pursue my career.

      Comment by Arjun Sahni created 26/06/2018 - 03:37

        there are no postgraduate courses for Medicine in Germany because Medicine is not split into bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Medical students in Germany have to complete a six-year programme which concludes with the State Examination (Staatsexamen). There are no courses offered in English, so you will need very good German skills to complete the programme and pass the examinations. Courses on Medicine you can find in our database
        Best wishes,
        your Study in Germany Team

        Comment by Redaktion created 27/07/2018 - 10:06

    Hey there. I’m from India and I’m planning to do my PG in Germany. I wish to do mechanical engineering. Do you think taking up a part time job will help me meet my living expenses? And is it the right option? Will it affect my studies in any way.
    Eagerly waiting for ur reply.

    Comment by Anusha created 07/05/2018 - 20:24

      Hi Anusha,
      Taking a part-time job is generally a good idea to earn some money. Have a look at this page to get to know what you need to consider when planning to take a part-time Job: If it will affect your studies depends on you and your time management etc. That is not a question that we can answer for you.
      Best wishes,
      Your Study in Germany-Team

      Comment by Redaktion created 15/05/2018 - 07:23

    I’m from Nigeria. Completed first degree in Medical Radiography. Any insight on what I can find in Germany to study that is related to my course of study (medical Radiography) as a masters degree program or some sort!
    Thank you.


    Comment by Henry created 23/08/2018 - 22:19

      you can find master programmes in our database
      The programme description informs you about the admission procedure and the requirements.
      Best wishes,
      your Study in Germany Team

      Comment by Redaktion created 27/08/2018 - 09:30

    I am from India. Currently I am doing my bachelor degree in Tamil. I want to do my pg degree in archaeology at Germany. I want to know that in which language that course will be teaching.

    Comment by Swathi​ created 25/08/2018 - 05:36

      Our database contains hundreds of suitable degree programmes
      If you’re looking for English-language programmes, check out the DAAD database of International Programmes
      Best wishes,
      your Study in Germany Team

      Comment by Redaktion created 27/08/2018 - 09:32

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