Study in Germany

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German Higher Education Entrance Qualification – Abitur

If you ever planned beginning your higher education studies in Germany, you must unquestionably be aware that holding the appropriate entitlement to qualify you to do so, is one of the key requirements for a successful application and studying in any German higher education institution. “Hochschulzugangsberechtigung” or the University Entrance Qualification, indicating the fact that...

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Increase by 7% of foreign students in German Universities 2015 – Chinese leading!

An everlasting increase of the international students’ attention to pursue their higher education in Germany has recently been reaffirmed. Given that, an upsurge by 7% has been marked in 2015 compared to the preceding year, according to DAAD and DZHW “Wissenschaft Weltoffen” report on foreign students in Germany. Such interest of internationals is also noted...

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Housing nightmare for students in Germany

The new university year is about to begin in Germany, and with it, university towns are flooded with anxious students hunting for affordable housing. In some cities, that can be a veritable nightmare. Finding affordable student housing in many German university cities may prove more difficult this year than in the years before, according to a new...

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The Day of German Unity (German: Tag der Deutschen Einheit)

The German Unity Day is a national holiday commemorating the reunification, which occurred in 1990, where the former GDR (East Germany) joined the Federal Republic of Germany. The fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989, paved the way towards this national big day. At first, this date was proposed to be the national...

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My Experience Doing a Master’s Degree in Germany

I started learning the German language before actually getting to Germany. I attended intensive courses in my home country as a means of preparation for my move. However, coming here without first learning to speak the language, will still get you pretty far and fine. You will soon have to become fluent in German, either...

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Germany will Reintroduce Tuition Fees for all non-EU Students

As one of the few countries in the world, offering free education for local and international students just the same, Germany, will now have to start reintroducing tuition fees for all non-EU students in order to make up for the state’s deficit. Tuition fees have been scrapped from the last German state of Baden-Württemberg in...

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Highest Paying Degrees in Germany

Most students who want to study abroad and away from their home countries think about going to the United Kingdom (UK) or the Unites States (US). These countries have a reputation for providing the best education, but increasingly this reputation is decreasing. Recently, studies which aim to find the best place to get a degree...

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Learn German Online – The Complete Guide to Learn German Easy & Fast

Learning German can be a bit difficult, especially if you are a native of a language that doesn’t belong to the Indo-European family of languages. But, no matter what your native language is, and even if German may seem tricky to you or you stumble upon an obstacle, don’t get discouraged. There is no fixed...

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Top 25 Universities in Germany 2018 by QS World Rankings

One of the reasons which makes Germany more appealing to students is the low tuition cost. Most of the public universities in Germany are funded by the government and hence require zero to very less tuition fee for admission. Here is the list of top German universities for year 2018 published by QS World University Rankings....

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World’s biggest X-ray goes into operation in Germany

FILE – In this Feb. 28, 2017 file photo a technician works at the tunnel of an X-ray laser at the European XFEL project in Schenefeld, Germany. Scientists say the world’s largest X-ray laser is now in operation and will help them capture images of structures and processes at the atomic level. The DESY research...