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Germany

Study in Germany

Introduction

Germany officially the Federal Republic of Germany is a country in Central Europe. It is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea; to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic; to the south by Austria and Switzerland; and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. The territory of Germany covers 357,021 km² and is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate.


Capital Cities

Berlin is the capital city of germany with a population of some 3,458,000. The other main cities are Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Essen, Dortmund , Stutgart and Düsseldorf.


  • Area

    357,021 SQ KM.

  • Languages

    The German language is a West Germanic language and one of the world’s major languages. German is related to and classified alongside English and Dutch.

  • Economy

    The UNDP 2004 report shows that 8.3 % of Germany’s population lives below income poverty line (50% of median household income Germany is ranked 19th in 177 countries of the world in terms of human development index. Germany’s labour force growth rate of 0.1% in last six years is far short of the other high-income countries’ growth rate of rate of 0.7% during these years.

  • Religion

    Christianity is the largest religion in Germany with 59,981,000 (73.14%) adherents. The second largest religion is Islam with 3.3 million adherents (4%) followed by Buddhism and Judaism.

  • Currency

    Currency for Germany is Euro.


Why Study in the Germany


  • Germany is a place of remarkable beauty and stunning splendor. The country has long been associated with learning as the oldest university in Germany was founded in Heidelberg in 1386.
  • Germany currently has more than 300 institutions of higher education that include 82 universities, 132 such institutions that offer shorter and practically oriented courses, and other institutions. Germany has a high turnout of foreign students as it offers a high range of study possibilities.
  • German Universities are autonomous and provide special emphasis on research and teaching. Some of the groundbreaking discoveries that the world has seen have been the result of German Universities. This is one of the strongest reasons why students increasingly prefer Germany for research studies.
  • German Universities offer courses in Medicine, Law, English, German, and various other disciplines. Academic freedom is one of the main characteristics of the German university system and is one of the reasons why public universities in Germany don’t charge any fee.
  • All the German universities have a Foreign Student office that looks after the queries of the foreign students and applicants. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) facilitates academic exchange of the institutions of higher education in Germany. The DAAD works towards promoting international academic relations particularly through exchange of students and teachers.
  • Many universities in Germany