Study in Germany
German universities have a quite good network with universities all over the world. Every year thousands of students have the opportunity to go abroad for studies. This should be the same way for international students. Because of this, German universities and technical colleges try to provide enough university places for international students and they also make efforts to support them in many other questions concerning the time abroad.
Higher education in Germany is mainly funded by the state and as such it is literally free of charge for domestic and international students alike. Higher education system in Germany consists of around 400 institutions, divided into public “tuition free” institutions that host over 2.4 million students across Germany and a smaller number of private institutions that enroll less than 5% of the total student body.
In the past decade, Germany has been politically struggling to ban tuition fees throughout the whole country; yet as a decentralized federal country it was difficult to bring all 16 of the federations to agree. In October 2014, consensus was reached and Germany is now offering access to free higher education to all students, regardless of their origin.
Studying in Germany not only comes for free, but you can also do it in English if your German language skills are not so good. English is an international and widely spoken language, taught as a second language in the majority of schools around the world.