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About Germany

Study in Germany is regarded as land of ideas. Germany consists of 16 states while the capital and largest city is Berlin. With around 8.2 crores inhabitants, it is the most populous member state and the largest economy. Germany is one of the major political powers of the German continent and a technological leader in many fields. The currency of Germany is Euros.

Germany Highlights

Germany has been named as the most supportive country for overseas students in the year 2011, according to a survey conducted by British Council’s Global Gauge survey. Between 2015 and 2016 German government is spending EUR 21 billion on higher education and research in Germany. There are 45 top universities in Germany that are placed among top 1000 universities of the world in a recent ranking list compiled by QS. There are 14 top universities in Germany that stand among top 200 universities of the world in a recent ranking list compiled by Times Higher Education. Germany ranked at 2nd place in Research & Development and has produced 102 noble laureates of the total 840 noble prizes issued till date.


  • German universities are state; industry and public funded and offer the most cost effective study options with no or nominal tuition fee.
  • Admissions in Germany are highly competitive as 2,50,000 International students come to Germany for studies every year.
  • The degrees awarded by German universities are recognized all over the world with high global acceptance among industries and academic institutions.
  • The standard of higher education in Germany is very high and education system ensures that student gains practical knowledge and
             skills to address the challenges in industry and in R & D.
  • Studying in Germany often includes interaction with industry as German universities design Master program in collaboration with companies operating in the same sector.
  • Close cooperation between German universities and industry benefits student to pursue internships in the industry which may lead to further employment opportunities.
  • During studies, International students are allowed to work part-time for maximum of 20 hours per week and 90 Full days in a calendar year.
  • Student-friendly education system with open and informal relations between students and faculty members.
  • During studies, International students are allowed to work part-time for a maximum of 20 hours per week and full-time during holidays and weekends.
  • After completion of studies, International students have the right to stay in Germany for 18 months.
  • German study Visa process is hassle-free with minimum required documents
  • IELTS or TOEFL would be a prerequisite for admission as well as for visa.

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  • Academic Benefits Studying in Germany
  • Career Benefits Studying in Germany
  • Advantages studying in Germany
  • Advantages Studying in World Top Universities

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Employment & Job Market in Germany

Germany offers a plethora of study opportunities for international students from all over the world. For many foreign students, Germany is an amazing workplace. German employees enjoy the highest salaries in the world, generous benefits and state-mandated job protection. In some industries, the working hours have been reduced to 35 hours/week.

A remarkable range of occupations is regulated in Germany, with many occupations requiring formal qualification. Germany has an apprenticeship system that needs most young workers to pass a 2 to 3-year hands-on training program before entering the real labour market, which guarantees they have the first-hand experience in work. For immigrants, this can mean you might be prevented from working in a job in which you have experience at home. If you do have a formal qualification (such as for doctors, nurses, and teachers, etc.), it needs to be certified by a competent German authority (usually a guild, trade or professional association).

Industries & Research

Albert Einstein (1879–1955), a genius, who emigrated from Germany in 1933, gave a new dimension to the concept of space and time by his theory of Relativity (E=mc²). In 1995, it was the Germans who made the dream of MP3 player become a reality. A team at the Fraunhofer Institute, under Karlheinz Brandenburg, developed this method of audio compression. The country also has to its credit a total of 76 Nobel Prize winners till date, 65 of whom have won the prize for their contributions to the natural sciences or medicine. The very first Nobel Prize for Physics went in 1901 to Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen for”a new type of ray”. Robert Koch , Max Planck , Albert Einstein, Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, Horst L. Störmer, Herbert Kroemer, Wolfgang Ketterle, Theodor Hänsch, etc. are some of the German winners of this prestigious honour.

Companies in Germany have created the German economy to be the largest in all of Europe. This economy, in fact, is the third largest in the world. Billions of Euro in investment money come into Germany each year. To maintain the high standard of living in Germany takes a lot of hard work. German companies contribute to this high standard of living in the quality and popularity of their products and services. And they do this by excellent manufacturing and engineering.

Of the world’s 500 largest stock market listed companies measured by revenue, the Fortune Global 500, 37 are headquartered in Germany. In 2010 the ten largest were Volkswagen, Allianz, E.ON, Daimler, Siemens, Metro, Deutsche Telekom, Munich Re, BASF, and BMW. Other large German companies include: Robert Bosch, ThyssenKrupp, and MAN (diversified industrials); Bayer and Merck (pharmaceuticals); Adidas and Puma (clothing and footwear); Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank (banking and finance); Aldi, Lidl and Edeka (retail); SAP (computer software); Infineon (semiconductors); Henkel (household and personal consumer products); Deutsche Post (logistics); and Hugo Boss (luxury goods). Well known global brands are Mercedes Benz, BMW, Adidas, Audi, Porsche, Volkswagen, DHL, T-Mobile, Lufthansa, SAP, and Nivea.

Germany is India’s most important EU business partner especially for Machinery, Automobiles, Chemical, Electric products as well as IT

Videsh consultancy is the best German Education Consultancy firm for Best Consultancy in India for Foreign Education Admission especially for the Study in Germany. We are here to guide you and assist you at every point of your decisions towards overseas education in germany. Videsh consultancy is the best abroad education consultant in Hyderabad, Vijaywada, Vishakapatnam, Bangalore, Dhawangiri, Chennai, Cochin, Trivandrum, Calicut and many other parts of India has set a marvellous history by placing countless students in Top universities of Germany to achieve their dream of Studying in Germany.

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Main sources of placements are:

  • Placement offices
  • Reference of the professor/Friends
  • Internship Places
  • Campus Placements

Best research institutes of Germany

  • Max Planck society
  • Helmholtz Association of German Research Centre
  • Fraunhofer Society
  • Leibniz Association
COUNTRY FACTS                              
Time : Current time
Capital : Berlin
Largest City : Berlin
Population : 81,757,600
Indian Population : 40,000
Area : 137,847 sq mi 
GDP : $3.315 trillion
Per capita : $40,631
Language : German
Religion : Christianity
Continent : European
Currency : Euro
Calling code : +49
Internet TLD : .de
Drives on : Left
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