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Germany in brief:


Germany is the home to the third-largest number of international migrants worldwide. It is the largest exporter and second largest importer of goods. The economic cycle is controlled by the market without central intervention. High growth in industries includes Automotive industry, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, iron and steel industry. Germany has one of the world's most technologically advanced telecommunications systems.


Fact File


Country Federal Republic of Germany
Capital City Berlin
National day 3rd October
Suffrage 18 years of age; universal and compulsory
Government type Federal Parliamentary republic
Currency Euro
One Australian Dollar (AUD) Rs63.2 Indian Rupee (INR)
Country Codes +49
National Fauna Black Eagle (Bundesadler) and Leopard(unofficial)
Population 82,400,996 (July 2007 est.)
Area 357,021 SQ KM
Internet TLD .de
Official language German
Largest city Berlin


Benefits of education in Germany:


German institutions of higher education welcome students from all nationalities. Students will be given a placement exam upon arrival and assigned to a class of the appropriate level. Teachers emphasize a very personalized, interactive and communicative approach.
Institutes maintain a good balance between planned activities and free time throughout the program. German language classes will be the part of academics.


Expenses & Living Costs:


The fee structure varies in different universities and is sometimes also dependent on the discipline chosen. However, for most of the courses its 650 Euros (500 fees + 150 for semester card, which includes a student travel pass for the whole semester).

A rule of thumb for Indians would be at least 300 to 350 Euros per month (including rent) for smaller cities, and 500 for larger cities. Funding is available for stays at state (public) or state-recognised universities and at non-university research institutes in Germany.


How do I find a part time job?


Earning money and studying at the same time is a part of everyday reality for many students in Germany. Students can acquire part time jobs called "HIWI JOBS". They can work for a maximum of 19 hours per week and can earn a maximum of 600 Euros per month.

These jobs can be in an institute of the university or a company. Finding a Hiwi job isn't all that hard, but since German is used in most of the places, one might be expected to know a bit of German, in which case it would take a while for a new student to find one.

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