Why More Indian Students Prefer Germany?

Germany charms tourists and students from across the world. The art and culture, education, lifestyle and fashion, everything is fascinating in the country. Its quality education and programs with advanced practical knowledge draws thousands of students each year.

Why More Indian Students Prefer Germany

Report says that, Indian students have remarkably increased in Germany in comparison to last year. The number of Indian students has multiplied in the last five years. 13,740 students enrolled in German universities for the academic year 2015-16. Students from India comprise the second largest group of foreign students in Germany; with 72% of them opting for engineering programs, closely followed by mathematics, science, law and social studies.

The decision to waive off tuition fee for international students has been the key aspect and has attracted greater number of qualified students. In addition, German Universities and study programs are autonomous. They are allowed to admit students as per their set of criteria. Each year the German Academic Exchange Services (DAAD) provides nearly 15,000 merit-based scholarships to Indian scholars and students for studying and conducting research in their country.

Germany education offers a wide array of programs and courses across disciplines at undergraduate and post graduate level. The scholarships and grants available to students encourage more students to pursue their higher education in Germany. Along with excellent education, the German Education system also provides rewarding career opportunities in the technology, engineering, education and health sciences industry sectors. If you are curious to know more about overseas education or student visa to study abroad, visit us at, Winny Immigration and Education Services Pvt. Ltd. We’ll be more than glad to assist you with further information.

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