The Federal Republic of Germany proportionally is a quite small country but its history as well as its actual role in the world is something special. It is not only in Europe that Germany has an important position but it is also an important international trading partner and player, concerning political and economic questions. German employees from different fields and disciplines are in great demand all over the world and have realistic chances to get a job in an international company in many different countries. Germany itself is also a good and attractive country to work there later.
Speaking about the German universities, they have gifted us so many specialists. Since the dawn of modern engineering, the technology that came out of the German grounds is considered to be one of the best in the world. Be in any discipline of engineering (Electronics, Mechanical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical etc.) German companies are just on the top of the list not only nationally but also internationally.
The universities in Germany are of very high standards in terms of reputation and international approval. To quote a few, technical universities like TU Darmstadt, TU Karlsruhe, RWTH Aachen etc., rank at a very high position in the list of “World ranking for the best technical institutes”.
Speaking as of today there are more than 350 English taught courses in various universities of Germany. These courses offered in variety of disciplines are internationally recognized. Since the education system is split into “practical oriented” study and “industry oriented” study, many German universities offer a 3 semester i.e. only 1.5 years Masters course. This is a huge advantage to people who would want to complete their Masters as soon as possible and head directly to the German industry to work. On the other side, there are 4 semesters Masters Course (2 years) also offered by many institutes.
The learning experience in Germany does not limit to the class room interactions. A lot of learning comes from peer-peer interactions. Therefore the university selection committee in every university strikes a perfect balance to have students from all countries and all backgrounds.
One of the striking advantages of studying in Germany is the “highly subsidized tuition fee”. Previously the complete tuition fee was waived off to every student but however, in the recent days the universities charge a very nominal tuition fee (which ranges from 200 to 600 euros per semester) in order to improvise the existing facilities and provide still much better quality education.
Most of the world famous German companies such as Mercedes Benz, BMW, Audi, Porsche, Volkswagen, Siemens, Bosch, SAP etc, provide excellent and bright career opportunities to one and all, irrespective of their nationality. Thousands of third party companies who are suppliers to these big giants also keep their doors open to the international talents.