General information on studying in GermanyEnlarge image (© www.colourbox.com)
In Germany a variety of international degree courses offer you the possibility to study in English. Did you ever consider Germany as a place where you could study? If not, these facts should give you food for thought:
- German universities offer courses leading to international degrees like Bachelor, Master or PhD
- Many of these courses and lecturers are taught in English
- German universities demand no or extremely low tuition fees for German and foreign students alike.
- A limited number of scholarships is available to cover the cost of living
- Universities in Germany have high academic standards and well-organized study programmes with strong international focus
- Student employment is permitted for up to 90 days over 180 half days per year without the need to obtain a work permit
(Please note that you will still have to prove that you are not dependant on part-time or temporary work)
- Relatively low cost of living (approx. 8000,- euros / 72,000 TTD per academic year)
Another aspect making studying in Germany worth while and thrilling is the offer of cultural activities in Germanys' exciting cities. Experience new things, have fun and relax. Vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities. Picturesque countryside which is perfect for walking or simply relaxing in. Castles, palaces and abbeys that are the epitome of German romanticism. Fun & sport, wellness & relaxation. A land of a thousand possibilities. find out more
Germany has an extensive rail network that covers almost every part of the country. The trains are reliable, safe and comfortable. Long-distance trains are meticulously coordinated with local services, offering excellent connections. A nationwide rail network enables visitors to reach even the smaller historical towns and the holiday regions with ease. Many destinations within the towns and cities and around the regions can be quickly and easily reached by underground or local suburban railway. The larger cities have night buses that run until late into the night.
If you are interested in what other students from the Caribbean experienced in Germany, please click here: My German experience!