Top Reasons to Study Engineering In Germany

March 18, 2019

Some of the world’s renowned car manufacturing companies like Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, and Ford-Werke GmbH are German companies. There are some finest engineers in Germany who design and manufacture these automobiles, and there are some top engineering colleges which impart excellent education to engineers.


Studying engineering in Germany is not a bad idea as the country has some of the high ranking engineering colleges of the world. In fact, it’s the best time to study in Germany, as at present the country is coming up with groundbreaking innovations like self-driving cars. Let’s look into the other factors on why should you pursue mechanical engineering in Germany.


No Tuition Fees to Very Less Tuition Fees 

The cost of education in German public universities is very less. Sometimes there is no cost for studying in public universities of Germany, and since October 2014, the German government has abolished tuition fees from Germany and now students only need to pay semester contribution fees. So, it’s beneficial to study in Germany when it comes to tuition fees.


Endless Scholarship Opportunities 

Nothing can get better than this! There are many German organizations that offer scholarship opportunities to international students. The scholarship amounts either cover the tuition fees or it pays a certain amount of the monthly expenses of accommodation, study material etc.


English Medium Classes 

There is a misconception that German universities teach via the German language but it is actually wrong. Language won’t be a major problem to study in Germany. There are courses in every university that are imparted via the English language.


Top Ranking Universities 

German universities hold high ranks in the world. It is always worth studying in such universities with world-class learning facilities.  


Low Cost of Living 

Financial expenses is not a factor for international students who want to study in Germany. The living cost in Germany, when compared to other European countries, is low with an average monthly expense of 850 Euros. International students in Germany also have the benefit to work 120 full days or 240 half days to earn some extra bucks.  


Research Opportunity 

German universities have top industrial collaborations where students get research opportunities. This gives international students a chance to gain international industry experience and skills.


Various Engineering Degrees 

In Germany, there are many engineering courses to choose from to pursue a master’s degree. A student can select a course from design, manufacturing, tribology, dynamics, control, robotics, neural engineering, solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, and nanotechnology etc. to become a master of their field.


An International Environment 

Many international students choose Germany as their study destination due to the multicultural environment of the country. The multicultural environment helps them to grow internally and develop an unmatched personality.


Exciting Engineering Jobs 

Germany has one of the highest engineering workers. As the country is always indulged to make innovations, and the economy of the country is driven by the manufacturing industry, it is easy to find Engineering jobs in Germany. Students get a chance to work in the research and development departments of engineering.


Creating New Technology

While studying in Germany, there is always a chance of innovating new technology. Students often indulge themselves in research activities where they learn and create new innovative gadgets, robots etc. which help them further in their career.


Exciting isn’t it? It is always thrilling to pursue education abroad and it doubles when it’s Germany.


Courtesy: Higher Education Review

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