Germany as a country has it’s own perks
Germany is a very beautiful country with a long and rich history. It has a vibrant and dynamic lifestyle mixing the modern with the classics, the urban and the rural which will make the students immerse and love every second spent in this country. It houses most of the world’s best-ranked universities. Inevitably, Germany is ranked among the world’s top destinations for international students. There are about seventy universities in Germany out of which seventeen universities rank among the top 250 universities in the world.
Universities in Germany offer plenty of choices, including some of the most prestigious institutions in Western Europe. Germany’s highest-ranked university in the QS World University Rankings® 2019 is Technische Universität München (ranked 61st in the world), closely followed by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (62nd) and Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (64th).
Germany as an Education Hub
Germany is a hub for students pursuing higher education. It should come as no surprise to us that Germany is one of the most leading nations in the world in terms of technology, art, and economy. This huge advancement of the country solely stems from its educational system and background.
Unlike in any other country, it not only provides for a large number of worldwide ranked universities for students to choose from but countless courses and globally valued degrees that promise high employability and affordable living. That’s why thousands of international students trust their education to the best German public universities. So in short, Migrate Overseas advises Indian students about the free study in Germany, which means there is little to no tuition fees required in German public universities.
There are also several options for multiple courses to study in Germany in English. Our branches (in Delhi, Dwarka, Patna, Trivandrum, Gurugram) also guide each student towards the best university in Germany for their ‘Study in Germany’ programs after graduating 12th standard and bachelors.
|Option to Switch
|Students cannot switch their major subjects while their course is ongoing
|Students have the opportunity to switch subjects
|Indian education system follows traditional theoretical method of education
|German education system follows modern practical approach to education
|Due to limited research funds, research initiatives in Indian education are restricted
|Research in German universities is funded by leading organizations such as Microsoft and Google, leading to a plethora of research initiatives
|Updating curriculum in India happens once a while. However, this is slowly changing. In some universities, the curriculum is regularly updated,
|Curriculum is updated every few semesters to keep up with the trends
|India has not yet been able to internationalize education in order to attract students from various countries to enroll in Indian Universities.
|German Universities have a mixed group of students coming from various countries. Therefore, a student gets better exposure.
|Indian universities and colleges provide limited courses to choose from to the students
|German universities provide multiple courses and specializations to students
|The job opportunities provided by Indian Universities are limited to top educational institutes
|German Universities provide excellent job opportunities for all students
|Pursuing education from a foreign country is expensive as the cost of living, food, travel, etc get added to the overall expenditure.
|Pursuing education from Germany is affordable
|Return on Investment (RoI)
|RoI of Indian Universities is conditional and depends on the college you are going to join.
|RoI for German education universities is good. It gives a kick start to one’s career.
|Indian Universities give limited scholarships
|German Universities provide numerous scholarships to international students. Apart from that, students can also take part in work-study programs.