Germany

Why Germany:

Germany has many different kinds of universities, all of which offer excellent quality. But with so many to choose from, it’s not always easy to navigate your way through the university landscape. We are here to help at Southernseas. German universities and colleges delivers high quality German language courses for international students who wish to study further in Germany. With campuses in all over Germany, they pride themselves for internationalism and their interactive approach to the language learning process. All their facilities are conveniently located city centers allowing the international students to enjoy the cultural experience while learning German language in Germany.

Education System:

At present there are 387 universities situated in Germany. They can be broken up in two universities numbering 110, 221 universities teaching applied sciences and 56 institutions that teach art and music. Higher education, universities and establishments are wholly state funded. Some of the facts why you should study in Germany are that there is a range of subjects that the students can choose to study from literature to music and also sports. Students can opt out of a course or even a college and switch to another course of college. A high degree of importance is placed on research as opposed to theoretic study. Students can form groups to study and subsequently present their papers, although group diplomas are not awarded.

Indian students can study in Germany without IELTS after higher secondary or diploma. German Language A1/A2 certificate is optional for international students to study in Germany without IELTS. Indian students who have already done bachelor degree here in India can continue their studies in Germany without IELTS. Most universities in Germany accept MOI letter (Medium of Instruction) as proof of English language proficiency from Indian students. Indian students can even continue their studies in English medium in Germany without IELTS.

Work:

Students are encouraged to apply for jobs, even when they are studying which makes them comfortable in the overall working conditions of the German work culture much before they take on their first true job. Since the education system lays particular importance on research and practical aspects, there is overall encouragement to innovate and apply for patents more than anywhere else in the world. The multitudes of questions that many students were regarded overall satisfaction among students, facilities for foreign students, etc. can be addressed to by the Centre for Higher Education Development (CHE).

As an international student, you are allowed to take up part time employment along with your studies while in Germany. Here are a few things you need to keep in mind though. You can work for a total of 120 full or 240 half days in a year as a student. This however might vary from high employment regions to low employment regions. Simply put, if your university is in a place which is in a city which has high unemployment rates, or requires more manpower, you might just get a work permit of more than 120 days. We help you with the best possibilities you are looking for.