Studying in Germany
Why Study In Germany?
Costs Of Studying
Not only can you expect a world-class education when you study in Germany. At most universities, it is even for free. That’s right: No matter what country you come from, most schools offer their education completely free of charge. There are, of course, some exceptions: mostly private schools, or study programmes for students with prior professional experience. Good to know: If you decide to stay and work in Germany after graduation, you can often deduct previous tuition fees from your income tax.
Costs Of Living
Living costs in Germany are relatively modest when compared to other Western European nations. On average, students can get by on 800 euros per month. This depends so much on the lifestyle you wish to live. Rents in certain metropolitan areas, such as Hamburg or Munich, may be high, although in no way comparable to cities like Paris or London, especially with some flexibility regarding the part of town to live in.
- A valid passport for not less than 6 months.
- Official letter of acceptance to a school in Poland.
- A filled-in National study visa application form
- Block account
- Flight Reservation
- A CV
- Your school certificates and diplomas
- International Passport
- BSc Transcript (MSC)
- Personal Statement