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Germany is gaining popularity for visa students

  • The number of visa students reached 370,000 by 2018

  • Popularity of English courses

  • One of the most attractive countries along with USA, UK, Australia and France

  • The majority of the courses offered by public universities in Germany are free of tuition fee including international streams being conducted in English. This is applicable to both domestic and visa students.

  • No doubt that the level of technical, business, philosophy and arts in Germany is of top tier

The long history of science and research of Germany is of leading position in the world as education is based on research and application. Indeed, the University of Heidelberg, the oldest university in Germany, was built in 1386. 

      Today, there are over 400 recognized universities spreading over 170 spots in Germany nowadays.  These universities provide over 19000 professional courses including over 1700 international courses. 


Nurturing students with professional knowledge, international horizon, international legal systems, participating in international issues results in competitive global talents with lots of employment opportunities. 

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Free education,
superior living Standard 

The universities in Germany are mainly public universities, the tuition fee for bachelor (Erststudium) and master will be waived. 


In general, visa students will be entitling the same benefits as domestic students, free university education. 

  • The living expense for a university student per month is about 900 euro including rent, food, medical insurance and so on. 

  • Some organizations in Germany such as DAAD or other foundation funds will provide scholarships. 

  • Visa students are allowed to working in Germany during holidays. 

high school

Enroll in German high schools

after completing Form 3 / year 9

preparatory courses and universities

​Direct entry to famous German universities

through Preparatory Schools

Many german universities are established over 100 years. 

Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Carl Ferdinand von Humboldt (1767-1835), a German education pioneer of the near centuries, was known as “The father of modern university”, suggested that “research and education as one” was highly recommended to be the principal of education of universities.​ 

  • University "Universtät"​

Mainly nurturing scientific related talents focusing on systematic professional theoretical knowledge, graduates are of higher independence and scientific research ability.  


  • University of Applied Sciences "Fachhochschule"

Theory is closely related to practical, graduates are very welcomed by industries not only because of possessing the necessary professional theoretical knowledge, but also a strong execution ability. 


  • Art Schools

Promote development of individualism and freedom of innovation which largely nurture the creativity of every individual. 

Germany promotes new immigration act to absorb talents to work in Germany

After graduation, they will be entitled for permanent residents after 2-year work. 

Germany, an aging country, urgently needs talents for economic growth.  There is a growing vacancy of 1.2 million as of 2021. 

This new immigration act welcomes professionals from non-European Union countries. 

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