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Germany’s climate is temperate and marine, with cold, cloudy winters and warm summers and in the south occasional warm föhn wind. The greater part of Germany lies in the cool/temperate climatic zone in which humid westerly winds predominate.


It is estimated that around 27,000,000 Germans are members of a sports club, whereas an additional 12,000,000 pursue such an activity individually, what shows how keen Germans are in sports. The Bundesliga, which is a German football championship, attracts the second highest-average attendance of any professional sports league in the world. The German National Football Team remains one of the strongest football teams in teh world, having won a total of four World Cups (1954, 1974, 1990, 2014) so far.
During the periods of championships, whether it is FIFA World Cup, or the UEFA Champions League, huge screens are set in city squares, bar cafes and restaurants, where children and grandmas and anyone else in between, gather to watch the matches while drinking beer and eating sausages


Though the Germans are known as very bureaucratic people, they too know how to have fun and enjoy life. The widely attended carnivals and festivals prove this statement best. Both types of events are a joyful period of the year in which whole cities engage in all-out parties and colorful celebrations. The Carnivals have a long history in Catholicism, while today they are celebrated by street parades of people wearing costumes and masks. There is a variety of carnivals and festivals celebrating all spheres of life and joy.
Their weddings are also very special. It is a tradition for the bride to carry bread and salt with her as an omen for food harvest. On the other hand, the groom is supposed to carry grain for good luck and wealth.


The German art has played a crucial role in the development and shaping of the Western art, especially of the Celtic art, Carolingian art and the Ottonian art.
Painting and sculptures in Gothic style were very famous in Europe, including Germany. The highlight of the 15th century were the design of altarpieces. Generations of German artists explored and showed their skills in Baroque and Rococo style, as well as of Neoclassicism. Romanticism is also a very important part of the German art.
Some of the most famous German paintings are: “The Sin” by Franz Stuck, “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog” by Caspar David Friedrich, “Studio Wall” by Adolf Menzel, “Heller Altarpiece” by Albrecht Dürer and Matthias Grünewald etc.


World’s most renowned classical composers, as Bach and Beethoven, who have marked the transition of music between the classical and romantic to western classical music, are Germans, who were born and died in Germany. Other famous composers from Germany are Brahms, Schubert, Handel, Telemann, Orff etc.
Nowadays, Germany is home to many music festivals, starting from electronic music to hip-hop and rock & roll. The largest music festival in Germany, which is also one of the largest in the world, is the Rock am Ring festival which gathers artists and performers, as well as music fans from all over the world.


Germans drink a lot of beer, eat sausages and make bread of different taste. That is not only a stereotype, but a true fact. It is estimated that the average German consumes around 140 liters of beer per year. Sausages in German, are an important part of the German cuisine, which are made of pork, beef or veal and flavored differently. As for bread, there is a long tradition of bread-baking of which Germans take pride in. There are breads with different shapes, black and white, with different tastes and names.


Germany is one of the leading nations when it comes to reading, too. The German publishers, publish around 94 thousand new books each year, and the International Frankfurt Book Fair, which is the most important book event in the world, is held in Germany. Many don’t know, but the first known book was printed in German, just as the first ever known magazine.
According to a research conducted by Allensbach Media Market Analysis, 44.6% of the German population read a book at least once a week, while 58.3% of Germans buy at least one book per year.


In Germany a percentage of 65 to 70 of people recognize themselves as Christians, 29% of which as Catholics. There is also a Muslim minority of 4.4%. A number as high as 36% do not identify themselves as having any religion or belong to another than Christianity or Muslim.


Over 95% of the residents of Germany speak the German language, whether it is the standard German or any of its dialects. However, the German state has recognized four minority languages, which are the Upper and Lower Sorbian, Romani, Danish as well as North and Saterland Frisian.
Because of the high number of immigration, there are also languages spoken by a sizable number of communities such as English, Turkish, Kurdish, Russian, Greek. Albanian, Polish etc.


Germany is a Western European country with a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges and North Sea beaches. It has over 2 millennia of history. Berlin, its capital, is home to art and nightlife scenes, the Brandenburg Gate and many sites relating to WWII. Munich is known for its Oktoberfest and beer halls. The total population is 82.79 million with 0.4% annual population growth rate.

Germany is one of the most popular education destinations for international students. There is a sizeable international community studying in various German universities. There are many reasons why a student finds Germany to be the ideal foreign destination for higher studies.

A World Class Degree

The quality of higher education in Germany is among the best in the world. Germany itself has become synonymous with high quality. The long tradition of education in Germany is  widely respected. A degree from its top universities automatically marks the international student as one of the best. This is all the more applicable in the fields of science and engineering for which Germany is famous.

Variety of Education Facilities

The higher education system in Germany offers something for all students. Germany has approximately 450 universities accredited by the state and there are 17,500 programmes for degrees in the country. Almost every subject is catered by the universities at all academic levels. International students can study for their bachelors’, masters’ or even doctorates. Although most universities focus on scientific studies, it is possible to study art subjects at the top universities.

Facilities for English Speakers

It is not necessary to be fluent in German in order to study at their universities. Many courses are offered in English, especially those at the master’s level. A huge number of international degrees can be studied in English.

A Large International Community

A sizeable portion of the student communities at German universities come from international backgrounds. The international community make it easier to get adjusted to life in Germany. It also provides a great opportunity to interact with various cultures from different countries. Additionally, the universities help the students adjust to the new country faster with the help of mentoring programmes.

Low Tuition Fees

In most cases, the German universities do not charge any tuition fees. Even if they do, the fees tend to be quite low. The German government provides considerable funding to the universities. The majority of bachelor’s degree courses and programmes can be studied without the need to pay any tuition fees. Although most master’s programmes charge tuition fees, the fees are considerably lower than that of other countries.

Affordable Living Costs

The living expenses in Germany are more reasonable and affordable when compared to the other countries in Europe. The cost of rent, food and other living expenses are approximately the same as the EU average. Additionally, students in Germany can enjoy a variety of concessions. Entry fees to various institutions and buildings, such as theatres and museums are low for students.

Numerous Scholarship Programmes

International students with excellent academic records can apply for a variety of scholarship programmes to finance their studies in Germany. The DAAD or German Academic Exchange Service is among the biggest scholarship organisations in the world. Students can easily find a scholarship that can take care of their specific needs with the help of this organisation.

A Popular Language

German is among the most spoken languages across the world. While it is possible to study in Germanywithout any knowledge of German, international students are bound to pick up the language after staying in the country. This can be extremely helpful when the students enter an international career.

A Beautiful Country

Germany is surely one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. A rich historical heritage, natural wonders and modern metropolises make Germany an ideal tourism destination. For the international students, it gives them an opportunity to enjoy Europe at its finest while studying at some of the best universities in the world.


You can work up to 20 hours per week while studying. If you exceed this, there could be a negative impact on your studies. Non-EU/EEA students are also able to work in Germany alongside their studies, for 120 full days or 240 half days per year.
International graduates can continue to live and work in Germany for up to eighteen months after they finish.ork permit.


    • Your passport, valid for the duration of your studies plus one month.
    • Two Photograph (With White Background)
    • A letter of acceptance from a Germany educational institution confirming name and length of the program, tuition fees, living expenses, semester for which the admission is valid and last date for registration.
    • All educational documents, including marks sheets (SSC, HSC, Bachelors, Masters or other post- secondary, college, vocational or university diploma, certificate or degree).
    • Proof of funds sufficient to cover your tuition and living expenses for your first year of study in German.
    • You must provide a one year statement of transactions from personal bank account(s) (an original certified bank issued statement or a certified copy of passbooks), as well as fixed deposit certificates, savings certificates, PSP certificates or any other proof of savings.
    • You must also demonstrate that sufficient funds will be available to support yourself during the whole duration of your program.
    • Confirmation of any scholarship, grant, teaching or research assistantship including name of the providing institution or organization, amount per semester or year and duration.
    • If some or the totality of your funds are provided by a sponsor (either parents or third party) you must also include:
      • Notarized declaration of sponsorship. If you have more than one sponsor, a separate declaration must be provided for each sponsor. However, sponsors who are husband and wife can appear on the same declaration.
      • Details of assets and income for each sponsor with supporting documents such as property documentation, land deeds, rent agreement, business license, business tax information, employment letter with salary information.
      • You must also provide the income tax forms (tax assessments and tax paid receipts showing total income and amount of income tax paid) for the past two years.
    • If someone other than yourself or your parents is providing funds you must include:
      • Letter of explanation as to the reason why this person is assisting
      • Number of persons living in this persons household
      • Proof of this persons relationship to you; birth, marriage or school certificates, passport.
      • Affidavits or self-declarations are not acceptable proof of relationship.
    • Proof of employment for yourself, if applicable, and your parents (employer’s full name, address, phone number, name of supervisor with his phone number, length of service and salary details).
    • If you will be attending an educational institution in the province of Quebec you must provide a CAQ (certificat d acceptation du Quebec) from the Government of Quebec.
    • Your police clearance certificate and your birth certificate
    • If you are under 18 years of age at the date of your departure for German, you must provide a notarized guardianship agreement signed by both your parents (and legal guardian) and the person who will be your guardian in Germany.
    • If a consultant or a legal representative has provided you help to prepare your application or to gather the supporting documents, you should provide the details of this person (name, name of company, address and phone number). If the consultant or legal representative is located in German, provide his CSIC number.
    • Proof of Tuition fee payment
    • Visa Application forms
    • 2 complete photo copy sets of all the above attested and notarized.
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Education in public Universities of Germany are free of cost, in case of private universities; they might require some tuition fees. But it’s too low like equivalent to free since the German government is always keen about the quality of higher education.

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