|Universities & Colleges||City|
|Berlin International University of Applied Sciences||Berlin|
|Berlin School of Business & Innovation||Berlin|
|Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH - Germany||Hanover|
|IUBH School of Business and Management||Bad Honnef|
|The New European College||Munich|
|University of Applied Sciences Europe - EU||Hamburg|
|SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences - Germany (Berlin - Dresden - Hamburg)||Berlin|
- International students studying in Germany enjoy their stay and gladly recommend their experience to other students, according to Study Portals’ International Student Satisfaction Awards 2014.
- All universities are supposed to charge a semester contribution, which can be about 250 euros on an average per semester. In some universities, students have to pay an extra administrative fee of about 50 euros per semester. Students require about 850 euros to survive the month.
- A student, on average, earns anywhere between 5 to 15 euros an hour and roughly around 450 euros a month.
- There are 66 topped ranking Universities in the Germany.
- Around 850 euros a month is required for living Compared to some other European countries, Germany is not very expensive. The costs of food, housing, clothing and cultural activities are slightly higher than the EU average. On average, students in Germany spend around 850 euros per month on living costs.
- Every student enrolled in Germany for a full time course is allowed to work part-time. If you are a non-EU citizen, you can work up to 20 hours per week throughout the year.
- More than 300,000 foreign students currently live in Germany.
- Low levels of discrimination, high levels of innovation, excellent human and capital infrastructure (roads, health care), excellent work opportunities and excellent work/life balance. Germany is a good place to live no doubt.