Germany All The Way
Germany is a land of invention, innovation and diffusion of innovation. It stands for Quality, High standards, Innovation, Engineering, and Machines. Germany is the largest national economy in Europe offering bright career prospects to the ambitious students. Highly skilled labor force, a large capital stock, a low level of corruption, and a high level of innovation have helped the country received sustainable economic growth and significant development in its diverse fields. Innovation, automation, modernization, e-governance and development communication have contributed a significant percentage to the county’s economy. Almost 71% of the total GDP (including information technology) of the country comes from service sector.
Only 1% comes from agriculture sector and the rest 28% comes from industry. As the country does not need to depend on agriculture, they have no uncertainty in their GDP and per capita income. The country has an upward trend in economic growth, depending on the development in industry, automation and communication technology. This is why the country always requires for high-end professionals, engineers and technical experts to retain their ascending financial growth. This has created the emergence of many engineering schools and technological intuitions in Germany.
Germany is the most globalized economy. It is the third most visited country in Europe on tourism and business. Cities like Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt, and Dusseldorf have become home for many expats almost from 155 nations due to its cosmopolitan culture and ease of living, and this figure is growing every year. Geographically located in the heart of Europe, Germany is an important transportation hub; it shares a land border with 9 other EU countries. One can reach to Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands, France, Holland, United Kingdom, Spain, Swiss, Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, and Poland very conveniently.
After the United States it is the second most popular migration destination in the world. Germany is not only the safest & secure place to live but also the best country for providing comprehensive social security & benefits to its residents that includes the world’s oldest universal health care system, pensions, monetary assistance when unemployed, and free education being the very important one.
The qualified social agents take an important role to strengthen a nation’s economy. This is every inch a true for Germany. Utilizing the best boons of information technology, development communication and e-governance, the country is committed to making informed people advanced in technological knowhow. Instilling more information and advance education, Germany is dedicated to making knowledge people for partaking in positive social changes. It has been producing highly qualified graduates, postgraduates and decorates to meet its goal perfectly, righteously and proficiently. The country has established many globally recognized universities to make highly qualified citizens. To retain its highest labor productivity levels in the world, Germy has ensured strong education system, innovative teaching model and interactive learning methods through its leading universities. With their state-of-the-art infrastructures and cutting-edge education method, German universities have been playing a significant role in its overall development by producing high caliber graduates, techies and scientists in all streams of academics.
Germany has been one of the global leaders for its excellent performance in diverse fields. With their keen intelligence, Germans have pruned, developed and landscaped highly effective and most productive education system. Over 380 universities are promoting this education system across the country through a wide range of subjects and Courses like Medicine, Engineering, Computer Science & IT, Economics, Arts, Music, Biotechnology, Designing and Etc.
Universities & Free Education:
Germany is constituted of 16 federal states and 402 districts. Each state has its own universities and state statutory body for deciding its own education policies. There are almost 380 universities offering free education in Germany. A vast majority of them are public institutions funded by the respective state governments. It clearly means students study there without a tuition fee. Almost of them are offering free education, barring a few that used to take a minimal fee ranging from Euro 60 to Euro 500 per semester until Germany’s top court ordered for free education in October 2014. Unlike the counties like the USA, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand (where tuition few is anywhere between 7 – 10 Lakhs per year), the tuition fee in Germany is zero. Universities are spread all over the country with the density unparalleled anywhere in the world. Studying abroad in Germany for free has caused the increasing trend among foreign students for getting their education from German universities.
German education institutions are classified into two distinct groups. One that offers a wide range of courses in various academic disciplines is called University and another group that concentrates more in engineering, business-related studies, design areas, and other technical and applied field of studies is called University of “Applied Sciences”. The former focuses on advance study and basic research. They have the authority and right to confer doctoral degrees and next generation education and training. The latter group targets on application-oriented studies and knowledge required for running industry, automation, enterprises and teaching in relevant institutions.