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Gaining a place at a German university can boost your career prospects
Often referred to as the ‘land of poets and thinkers’, Germany is home to renowned musicians, writers, scientists and philosophers. There’s plenty to see and do during your stay, with a whole range of landmarks, museums, libraries and theatres to explore, plenty of speciality dishes to try and events to attend, such as the world-famous Bavarian folk festival Oktoberfest, which takes place in Munich each year.
By earning your degree in Germany you’ll benefit from a generous fee system and the valuable opportunity to learn one of the world’s most commonly spoken languages.
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Germany is home to nearly 400 higher education institutions, which collectively offer more than 19,000 study programmes. Of these, an impressive 45 feature in the QS World University Rankings 2018, and three appear in the top 100. These include:
- Technical University, Munich (64th).
- Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (66th).
- Ruprecht-Karls-Universität, Heidelberg (68th).
Roughly 95% of students in Germany are based within the public university system. Regardless of whether the institution is public or private, it will be one of the following:
- University – university courses are academically focused and offered in a range of subjects, at Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate level. Within this group are some specialist institutions, such as technical universities, dedicated to engineering and the natural sciences, and colleges of education.
- University of Applied Science (UAS) – UAS institutions offer more practical courses in fields such as technology, medicine and social work up to Masters level. These courses are designed to prepare students for entering the workplace.
- College of Art, Film and Music – these specialist colleges are for students of creative disciplines and have varying entry requirements. While you’ll need genuine talent to be considered, you may also need to sit an entrance exam and/or present a portfolio.
Some universities and UAS institutions also offer dual qualifications, where you’ll sign a contract with a company and split your time between studying and working.
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British owned and managed international education consultancy GESC was founded in 2006. Since then we have helped send thousands of students to study at their preferred university whether that be in the UK or globally.
Our fully trained and experienced staff take a qualitative approach to ensure high conversion rates from VISA application to University enrollment.
GESC is a multinational company operating in 4 continents of the world in Asia, Europe, Australasia and Africa. We have links with over 160 universities worldwide offering professional, impartial, comprehensive and friendly advice to all students.
We offer students a complete service including counselling, help with applications, applying for accommodation and most importantly getting a fast VISA application.