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    Germany opens door for students

    The biggest challenge for those who wish to pursue studies abroad is lack of money, but if there is free education in any country, it is not less than the good news for the students. In Europe,Many students like to go to Britain, but Germany is about to leave behind. And its biggest reason is the rules of free studies in German universities.

    In the latest survey of MM Advisory, an Indian organization tracking international education, it has been reported that about three to three lakh students came to study in Germany last year, while in the UK nearly four and half million. This ratio is changing rapidly and as far as Indian students are concerned, the number of people going to Germany has increased tremendously, whereas the number of Indian students studying in the UK has declined by about 10 percent last year.

    Nearly two lakh students from India go to overseas every year, whose target is English-speaking countries of America, Britain, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. One lakh, that is, nearly half of the students want to go to the United States, while Great Britain with 38,000 students is second and Australia, New Zealand and Canada are number one. Even after having the best education system in Germany, it was not considered favorable to the Indians because German was a difficult language and the German came to be considered as lazy to study here, but in recent times this myth is broken and Germany The students have opened their doors.

    Spending on studies: It is understood that a large amount of money has to be spent for studying abroad. In most countries it is also true. In the US, the average annual fee is approximately $ 30000 (Rs 20 lakh), whereas in the UK, the previous government had fixed annual fees of universities for £ 9000 (about nine lakh rupees). In contrast, all 16 provinces in Germany have paid the fees of government universities. Now free studies can be done here. Although private universities are also in Germany and their average fees are 15000-20000 Euros (12-15 million rupees). But students usually want to study in government universities, who have international recognition and who have long since maintained their credentials. The first free education facility was only for German and European students, which has now been done for all students including foreigners.

    Subject and Scholarship: Germany is known for its technical efficiency, machinery research and car technology. Because of this, it is the first choice of engineering students and research scholars. But in reality there are also world-class studies of bio-technology, management, history and economics. Some universities, such as Berlin, Leipzig, Munich and Aachen, are considered the world's top performers. Students desiring to come to India from Germany must keep an eye on the German Exchange Education Program i.e. DAD's website (daad.de). Dad gives scholarships to Indian students for research and studies in different subjects each year. Erasumus (ec.europa.eu), the EU organization, is the largest scholarship institution in Europe, which offers scholarships for studies in Germany. However, more information about the scholarships found in different subjects can be found in this link (//goo.gl/JHs137).

    Living expenses: If you do not get scholarship, then it is possible to study in Germany in less money. Universities can be contacted directly to get admission. Most university websites are available in English. The biggest expense for students in Germany is the rent of the house. DAD has estimated average spending for German students, according to which in the southern cities such as Munich, a room house can not be rented for less than 350 euros (27,000 rupees) per month, but if the student hostel (private) If the option is to be found, then it can be found in about 240 Euro (19000 rupees).

    According to the data available to Dad, in Germany, students are invited to eat 165 euros per month, 52 euros for clothing, 82 euros for transport, 33 euros for telephones and internet, For 30 euros and 68 euros for other expenses. Tuition fees are free i.e. in the month of 670 euros (54000 rupees) the student can live comfortably. Health insurance is essential in Germany, which is not associated with this expense. The health insurance of students can be around 90 euros per month. On the other hand, the average cost of students in Britain is said to be 2000 pounds (two lakh rupees) per month.

    In Germany, students usually earn a large proportion of their own expenses. Students are allowed to work with studies here and students can work for 120 days each year. They are allowed to work 20 hours a week. Usually they work in restaurants or shops in the evening for three to four hours. The minimum wage in Germany is eight euro per hour and in this way, enough money is deposited in order to run their expenses.

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    Language problem: German is counted among the toughest languages ​​of the world. Although many universities are now studying in English medium, it is better to have basic knowledge of German language to stay in Germany and work here. Here in almost all the cities there is a facility for learning German. MM Mathai of MM Advisory, an organization that surveyed international students, told University World News, "The package that Germany offers to foreign students is so attractive that students are getting ready to cross the German language barrier." Germany is counted in the forefront of Europe and is technically a very strong country. At present, about 12000 students from India study in Germany.

    Immigration Policy: Immigration Policy in Germany versus US or UK it's easy. One of Britain's toughest problems is that there are people living on a student visa can not work. If, after studying, students of non-EU countries get work in the UK, then they have to return to their country first and get work visa from there. It was not the first. Britain has made this rule to prevent visa fraud, but thereby reducing the number of students there. This is not a restriction in Germany. During the study, work is encouraged and efforts are made that the students get jobs inside Germany. If you do not get work after the completion of the study, then you can get a work search visa of 18 months. Germany comes in the Shengna area, so that the students of France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Scandinavian countries of the second largest country of the Shengans area are open for students studying, they can also get jobs there, while the UK is out of it and there There is a separate visa for.

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