Five Reasons to study in Germany

You wonder why studying in Germany is such a popular choice among students looking to study abroad? Germany is a world-renowned centre of higher education and has many world-renowned universities. Germany is ranked as one of the top destinations in the world for international students. Five reasons to choose to study in Germany.


The German higher education system is widely regarded as one of the best in the world. It is quite diverse, with a variety of institutions covering a wide range of academic backgrounds and awarding different types of degrees. Degrees and qualifications obtained in Germany also have a good reputation among companies and recruiters.

English-taught programms

Just because you’re studying in Germany doesn’t mean that you have to study in German! They are plenty of english-taught programms at most german universities, although we recommand to our students to learn some German, even if your courses will be taught in English.

Lower tuition fees for a first-class education

University fees can be expensive, but luckily in Germany the tuition fees are a lot lower compared to other countries like the US or the UK. So here in Germany, you can study at top-ranked universities at affordable tuition fees. The decision was implemented in October 2014, stating that international students attending public universities in the country would not have to pay regular tuition fees. They will have to pay just some administrative charges like student union fee, student contribution and public transport ticket. Collectively, the costs are  betwenn 250 € and 350 € per semester mark. 



Most German universities believe that the best way to learn is by applying your knowledge in practice, so a lot of the study programmes - especially at Universities of Applied Sciences - will be very practice-orientated.


Germany is Europe’s economical powerhause  and the fourth biggest in the world. The German economy has its great innovativeness and strong focus on exports to thank for its competitiveness and global networking. In high-selling sectors, such as car-making, mechanical and plant engineering, the chemicals industry and medical technology, exports account for well over half of total sales. The german unemployment rate in 2021 was 5,7%.

“Made in Germany” is a label associated with german know-how and quality worldwide. Numerous brands such as Adidas, SAP, Bosch, Mercedes, Porsche, BMW and Audi, Bayer, Siemens and many, many more – are famous around the globe.



Germany has a thriving economy and high employment rates for international students, and by studying in Germany you will increase your chances of being able to take advantage of this.

Many big companies in Germany are always looking for  to hire the best new graduates.

A degree from a German university will be highly respected and valued. This qualification means huge employability in the global job market. You will get several attractive job offers from employers after you gain requisite professional credits and experience while studying in Germany. Graduates at German universities are some of the highest paid employees in the world. 


10.6 M.

people from all over the world live in Germany. Most come from Turkey, Poland, and Syria.

13 %

of people living in Germany come from other countries.

83 M.

people live in Germany – more than in any other European Nation-states.

Germany is very stable when it comes to its politics and economy. In recent polls, Germany was ranked one of the most stable country in the world for its perceived stability. 

Choosing to study in a stable country is a good choice for your future prospects when you finish your studies.

Knowing that you are moving to a safe country gives you peace of mind, so you don’t have to worry about the security of the area you will be residing. Germany falls under one of the safest countries for international students. No matter, day or night, you can be assured that your safety is not at stake. 



Germany's Constitution

Germany’s Basic Law was introduced in 1949 in the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). The fundamental principles enshrined in the constitution are particularly important.

Religious Freedom

The Basic Law guarantees religious freedom, for example, and equality before the law.

Freedom of Expression and the Press

Freedom of expression is also one of the basic rights. In addition, everyone in Germany has the right to inform themselves from the generally accessible sources of information (press freedom).


When you move to Germany you’ll quickly realise that it’s the perfect place for young people, especially if you live in one of the major cities.

A lot of the cities have a vibrant nightlife, plenty of restaurants and bars, as well as lots of festivals and events throughout the year to keep students entertained. 


Germany has a complex, chequered and rich history with remains dotting the entire country. The country has always been at the forefront of important global historical, political and social developments over the ages. Germany has unmatched cultural, historical and scientific contributions to the world that have changed the course of life and history forever. Studying in Germany gives you access to these priceless remnants of culture and history and collects more information and knowledge about the same. 

This makes it a great place to live and work in, especially for international students seeking a diverse and stimulating environment to build their careers. 

With landscapes and lifestyles as diverse as its population, studying in Germany offers a multitude of opportunities to get to know German culture in your own unique way. Whether you prefer to settle in a more urban or rural environment, Germany offers something exciting for anyone to experience.


Why study in Germany?

Pursuing your studies abroad is a unique experience in the life of a student. This is the opportunity to familiarize yourself with a new country, discover a different culture, broaden your knowledge, learn a language and obtain a diploma at the end of the training. This kind of adventure is not prepared lightly, below you will find all the information you need to know before you set off.

How to go to study abroad?

Before leaving abroad, students should think about and educate themselves about the cost of living and education, financing, health insurance in case of illness. It is also necessary to consult the administrative procedures to be carried out. Germany is a federal state with 17 states. First and foremost, you have to choose the state (Bundesland) in which you want to study. Indeed, the procedures and the cost of living are not the same for each state.

For students who are not from the European Union and who wish to study in Germany, you must apply for a student visa at the German embassy in your country of residence. The German embassies are the only authorities competent to issue student visas.

Why choose SGN (Study in Germany Now)?

Anyone wishing to study abroad, especially in Germany is likely to make the process by itself. But do you know what profile of international students is promoted by the migration policies of the countries that interest you? Do you know all the administrative steps needed to make your project a reality? Do you know that your chance of having an admission depends as much on the university studying your file as on your course of study? Given these variables that escape you, it is more than reasonable to entrust your study project to the student mobility professional. We put ourselves in your shoes and offer you an innovative and adequate service to realize your project of studies abroad. The application process is fast. 

What documents do I need to provide to apply for a student visa?

The administrative procedures for obtaining a student visa are available on the website of the German embassy in your country of residence. The documents to be provided are usually the enrollment letter from the chosen university, proof of the student’s accommodation, then proof of their means of subsistence. Some embassies also require a minimum language level to justify their level. Applicants will need to take tests like the TOEFL Sprachkurs B1 for Germany depending on the student’s profile. For more information, please contact your SGN advisor.

Other formalities?

Once you have arrived in Germany, it is essential to complete the on-site registration formalities as provided for by the law governing the reception of international students from the country.

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