YoungBuzz Studyabroad Counselor - Dear Sabari,
Mar 05, 2012
Thank you for your query, this is a brief information about Free education in Germany. Free Education means (Nothing to pay to the University). In Commonwealth nations like UK, Australia, and Canada Universities are charging 7 to 10 Lakhs from International students. But European nations Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Belgium and Austria Universities are investing 5 to 7 Lakhs on International Students. European Universities are state funded, therefore mostly no tuition fee is charged. You only need to bear for your living expenses, such as accommodation, food, transport and health insurance. Internships Germany is arguably the only country in the world where completion of study programs in Universities is smoothly followed by paid internship in TOP MNCs that eventually lead to full time placement. After completion of their study programs, students are followed to stay on for 1 year and look for work. The cost of living in Germany is cheapest in Europe i.e. approx. Euro 500 per month.
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