Germany: The Ideal Study Destination

The world has become a global village. Modern-day connectivity has made it all the simpler for people to explore other cultures and taste success in a superior work environment. With that objective, Germany has proved to be a heaven in terms of education as well as job opportunities for Indian students. It has a population of around 8 crores and is similar to the Rajasthan state area. But the GDP of Germany is $3.85 trillion. Not only this they have at present around 12,00,000 open job positions.

For international students, Germany has become a desirable place of education and employment. According to the figures given by Germany Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), at least 330,000 international students are enrolled at German universities. Out of this number, Indian students form the third largest group of international students in Germany. As per the Federal Statistical Office of Germany, there were 25,149 Indian students enrolled in Germany.

Promising Location for Overseas Students

Germany stands as a promising location for overseas education in terms of offering quality education at an affordable price for international students, low living costs and availability of scholarships. Also, it offers a practice-oriented education and its government has made arrangements to facilitate part-time work for students.

Easy Work Permit

To attract talented workers around the world, Germany and the EU have introduced the EU blue card which is similar to a Permanent Resident permit for specially skilled employees. With this one can live, work and settle in any of 26 European Countries. In Germany, the fields that are experiencing a shortage of workers are Engineering, Natural sciences, Mathematics, Information and communication technologies, Architecture and interior design and more.

As the fifth-largest economy in the world, Germany can offer international students with specialist skills plenty of work opportunities after graduation. To make this process smoother, various German universities like PFH University, Technical University Ilmenau, Jacobs University, KIT – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Technical University of Munich and many other universities offer programs to study work and settle in Germany:

  • New Mobility – Micro mobility
  • Industrial Engineering
  • UX UI Design
  • Digitalisation and Automation
  • Supply Chain Management
  • AI, ML and cyber security

German universities stress a practice-oriented approach to complement academic teaching, which adds to its popularity among global learners, who seek outcome-oriented learning. To ensure students gain theoretical and practical knowledge throughout the course, various German universities partner with companies. This ensures that students graduate with the polished skills and theoretical know-how which help them become highly employable and ready to solve real-world problems with innovative techniques.

Therefore, India is the fastest-growing economy, India enjoys a fantastic reputation in the world today and Germany has been a pillar of academia for ages. The amalgamation of Indian intellect with German technology can prove to be an excellent team. This emergence of collaboration can prove to be a stepping stone for both countries to benefit mutually.

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