Why Study in Germany

Why Study in Germany?                  By Manisha Verma

Germany is world’s 3rd largest economy, and ranked at second place in export and R& D. Germany is also India’s most important EU business partner, especially for machinery, automobiles, chemical and electrical products as well as IT. The country is having more than 300 institutions of higher education; it is one of the top most countries in the field of research, science and technology.

Outstanding Academic Standards: The world-renowned of German Universities long back to the 14th Century and promise an outstanding level of education and research. Products of German companies, especially machine tools, motor vehicles and electrical engineering products are leading in the international market.

Economic Strength: Germany offers the best and the most cost effective study options for aspiring international students. Most of the universities are state-funded, so most of them charge no tuition fee from students. Students only need to bear their living expenses, such as accommodation, food, health insurance and transport.

International Exposure: Attracted by international study programmes, excellent research opportunities and low tuition fee more than 2,50,000 international students come to there to study. Study in Germany also gives you a wider exposure and experience of being an part of highly qualified academic community.

Plenty of Internships: Germany is the only country in the World where completion of study programs in Universities is normally followed by paid internships in top MNCs that ultimately lead to full-time placement. The close ties with leading companies such as Daimler-Chrysler, SAP, Siemens, BMW or Bosch will increase your career prospects.

Some special features:

Students are allowed to stay for one year after the completion of the study program. Your work permit could be further extended by that employer.

Country’s strong economic position has also led to the use of German as the preferred language of commerce in a number of Eastern European countries.

Learning German language will open the doors to various cultural centers of Europe: Berlin, Vienna, Geneva, Zurich, Frankfurt and Munich.

Permanent Residency permission within 5 years of working full-time in Germany.

German Immigration option is also valid for international students.

Minimum documentation required for visa process and no financial declaration documents required.

Part-time jobs allowed 20 hours per week making learning and living conditions within the reach of the students.

Source:http://studygermany.learnhub.com/lesson/19757-why-study-in-germany

Application for BSc (Mechanical Engineering) at CBS – for August -2013 intake

Application for BSc (Mechanical Engineering) at CBS – for August 2013 intake

Applicants for the BSc 2013 intake can start submitting their applications.
To enjoy the advantages of the early application and admission policy, applicants for the undergraduate mechanical engineering program have to make sure that their applications arrive before  15th April 2013. The general deadline for application is the 15th June 2013.

The one-week summer school this year is from 28th June to 5th July. Since the summer school is always very popular, it is generally advisable that interested applicants apply early. The Carl Benz School of Engineering looks forward to welcoming applicants from all over the world.

The application forms for the 2013 Bachelor of Science program in Mechanical Engineering and CBS summer school are now available and can be sent upon request to the Counsellor.

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