Study in Germany

Paderborn University
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Paderborn University

About Paderborn Northeast is the most important city of the Paderborn region in Rhine-Westphalia. The name Paderborn has a population of 144 thousand, of which about 10% are students. There are many famous technology companies in the city. Benteler AG (Steel / pipe, automotive, trade) Claas (farm machinery) Deutsche Bahn AG (Vehicle maintenance) dSPACE GmbH (Engineering Tools)...

Bochum University
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Bochum University

BOCHUM UNIVERSITY – RUHR-UNIVERSITÄT BOCHUM Bochum; It is located in the center of the Ruhr region, which is heavily populated by 5 million people in the west of Germany. The Ruhr region is quite rich in cultural possibilities; The city has many famous theaters (BochumerSchauspielhaus), museums (Folkwang Museum, DeutscheBergbauMuseum) and industrial monuments (Zeche Zollverein) such as the famous...

University of Stuttgart
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University of Stuttgart

University of Stuttgart – About Universität Stuttgart The University of Stuttgart is situated in the middle of a region with a dynamic, world-class reputation as an economy. It was founded in 1829, at the beginning of the European industry era. In 2004, he celebrated the 175th anniversary of its founding. Today, it has become a success-oriented institute in technical...

University of Würzburg
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University of Würzburg

Würzburg Julius Maximilians University – Eng: University of Wurzburg, Jul: Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg – is a research university founded in 1402. This is one of the oldest educational institutions in Germany with this feature. Between the years 1415 – 1582 did not serve. II. Many of the faculty buildings damaged after World War II have been repaired, and the law...

Zittau - Görlitz University of Applied Sciences
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Zittau / Görlitz University of Applied Sciences

FH Zittau / Görlitz It is a city connected to the German State of Saxony. The population of Görlitz, with a surface area of ​​67.22 km, is approximately 60.000. Görlitz is the easternmost point of Germany. It is remarkable that it is one of the candidates of European Capital of Culture in 2010. Gorlitz University of Applied Sciences was...

Zwickau University of Applied Sciences - FH
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Zwickau University of Applied Sciences – FH

About Zwickau It is a small city connected to the German state of Saxony. Population is 100 thousand. It is regarded as the center of West Saxony, which has an important place in the automobile industry. The most important arts center of the region, like Neue Welt, is here. The most important employers of the region; Golf, Passat and Phaeton,...

Dortmund Technical University (TU)
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Dortmund Technical University (TU)

About Dortmund Dortmund is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia in the Ruhr region of Germany. With a population of 580 thousand, it is the 1st of the region, 7th of Germany, 34th largest city of the European Union. With the vibrant and versatile cultural life of Dortmund, there are countless options for spending time in the city. With...

Why study in Germany?
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Why study in Germany?

Why study in Germany, German universities offer a wide network with universities around the world. Each year thousands of students have the opportunity to go abroad and spend some time in another country to study and live. This should be similar for foreign students. For this reason, German universities and technical colleges try to provide sufficient places in...

Scholarships and Financing
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Scholarships and Financing

Scholarships and Financing, Choosing to study abroad also includes knowing which costs can be included and differ from those that exist in the study at your country. Depending on where you come from, the costs in Germany can be more or less expensive than in your home country. It is also important to know that costs such...

Student Budget and Work in Germany
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Student Budget and Work in Germany

Student Budget and Work in Germany  Foreign students can work in Germany and without obtaining a work permit. However, for students who are not citizens of EU countries, there are restrictions. Without a work permit, they can work 90 days a year or 180 days a year part-time. In some federal states, foreign students are allowed...