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Those studying at universities in Germany and desiring to remain and find employment post-graduation can benefit from the allowance to offset their past tuition fees against income tax.
Germany boasts an exceptional educational system and an exhilarating city life, all set against scenic vistas. With more than 400 higher learning institutions, German universities consistently achieve commendable international standings.
A considerable number of German institutions present courses taught in English. Some of these academic centers offer tuition-free education based on specific criteria. Graduates planning to settle and work in Germany can deduct their earlier tuition fees from income tax.
Diverse career horizons
With its expansive economy, Germany opens doors to numerous opportunities for international graduates. Its unique attribute is that, unlike many European counterparts, its economic core isn’t confined to a few locations. Industry-centric regions spread throughout. For example, Hamburg is a nexus for trade and media, while automotive and manufacturing dominate Munich and Stuttgart. Frankfurt stands as a financial beacon.
Mastering German is crucial
While proficiency in German is essential for most entry-level positions in various sectors, exceptions often lie in tech/IT roles and roles within globally-focused startups or international companies.
Economical living expenses
Germany’s living costs are relatively moderate compared to many Western European countries. International students can comfortably manage an estimated 800 euros monthly for essentials and activities.
Here are a selection of universities in Germany
- Aalen University
- Berlin International University of Applied Sciences
- Bielefeld University
- Bremerhaven University of Applied Sciences
- Clausthal University of Technology
- Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences
- Deggendorf Institute of Technology
- Dresden International University (DIU)
- EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht
- ESMT Berlin
- Esslingen University of Applied Sciences
- Europa-Universität Flensburg
- University of Rostock
- University of Stuttgart
- WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management
- Universität zu Lübeck
- University of Applied Sciences Bremen
- University of Augsburg
- University of Bonn
- University of Bremen
- University of Cologne
- University of Duisburg-Essen
- University of Freiburg