German citizens benefit from the world's oldest universal health-care system. In the west, winters tend to be mild & summers cool.
In the east, temperatures can reach higher extremes. Germany offers international, highly-qualified Ph D students, junior researchers and senior scientists outstanding working and career conditions.
Germany is home to many top international companies such as BMW, Volkswagen, Deutsche Telekom, Adidas, Bayer, Deutsche Bank and many more.
The German economy has great demand for qualified & skilled labour force.
Presently, only two federal states charge tuition fees: about 500 per semester (Bavaria and Lower Saxony).
All other federal states do not charge tuition, though a semester fee of 150 to 250 is usually required. Students attending industry relevant master programmes may receive around 600 to 800 per month from companies for a period of 6 months.
Every year, over 250,000 international students choose to study in Germany.