There are many good reasons for studying in Germany. German universities enjoy an excellent reputation worldwide – a reputation that has endured for hundreds of years. This could explain why Germany is one of the most popular travel destinations for international students.
Many universities offer training opportunities for free bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Most courses have no tuition fees and students should find the cost of living affordable. Only the semester costs (tickets, unions, etc.) are borne by the students and usually vary between 100 and 300 euros.
The academic year in Germany is divided into two semesters – winter and summer. The winter semester starts on October 1st and ends on March 31st.
In addition, there is no age limit for applying to degree programs in Germany. In fact, Germany has a reputation for having the oldest graduates on the continent – averaging 28 years old.
Dtz Bildungswerk organizes educational and job market advice in Germany. You can benefit from the following services of our course:
-Support and exchange of experiences about German universities
-Advisory support in the choice of university and subject
– Assistance in applying for a visa after resuming university
In addition, there are a number of important factors that can help you get admitted to German colleges or universities. First, you must have a well-formed motivation or cover letter. Curriculum vitae with a current photo and your acquired study or job references. All documentation must be prepared in English or German as required by the company.
This training is aimed at students who want to study in various professions. The training takes place in many areas such as educators, hairdressers, logistics, salespeople and so on. Usually these courses last 3 years and during the training you will receive a salary of 700 to 1500 euros. This salary depends on the profession and the company.
In many professions such as educators, nurses, IT, nursing staff in nursing homes and other medical professions, there is a shortage of workers in Germany. This increases your chances of being admitted to these educational institutions.
The documents required for admission to the training are a school leaving certificate, knowledge of German at level B1-B2 and other evidence from a previous job.
In addition, there are some important factors that can help you find a good apprenticeship with a German company. First, you must have a well-formed motivation or cover letter. Curriculum vitae with a current photo and your acquired study or job references. All documentation must be prepared in English or German as required by the company.
All information about the vocational schools in Germany you can here (link) www.bildung.de
In order to gain admission to a university or vocational school, students must meet state requirements. German students usually have the opportunity to study after 12 years of schooling. Since school education lasts 11 years in Russia, Azerbaijan and many other countries, foreign students who want to be admitted to these schools have to complete a one-year preparatory course, i.e. a university degree in Germany.