Officially known as the Federal Republic of Germany, it has been at the center of Europe’s political and economic happenings for a long time ‘Germany, the largest economy in the European Union and third in the world and it’s is also a highly popular educational destination among students from other states of the European Union as well as from outside Europe. German Universities offers internationally recognized programs at a relatively cheaper cost compared to UK, USA or Australia. Moreover, there are a significant number of available scholarships that allows foreign students to study in Germany for free.


  • 3rd most popular destination among international students in the world.
  • Top-class degree recognized around the world
  • Opportunity to learn a new language
  • Excellent academic standard
  • Diverse range of study opportunities!
  • Low tuition fees – and sometimes none at all!
  • Paid internships
  • Affordable living expenses!
  • Benefit from many scholarship programmes


There are 2 major intakes – summer (April) & winter (October)


As an Average of 934 Euros a month to cover your living expenses






Students’ monthly expenses

Rent and utilities


Food and drink



€ 52

Learning materials

€ 30

Car and public transportation

€ 82

Health insurance, medical costs, medicine

 € 66

Telephone, internet, TV

€ 33

Recreation, culture, sports

€ 68






Student can work up to  work 20 hours per week and you can apply for an 18-month residence permit from your local foreign nationals’ registration office


You can apply for your residence permit as soon as you have passed your final exam. To do so, you usually need:


  • Your passport
  • Your university degree: As issuing university diplomas can take some time, an official document from your university stating that you have successfully completed your studies will also suffice.
  • A document proving that you have health insurance: Contact your health insurance fund and ask them to issue a health insurance certificate for you.
  • Proof that you have a means of supporting yourself (for example a bank statement or a document stating that you have been awarded a grant)