Study Abroad Germany
A Global Leader in Education
The philosophy of learning and its timely execution finds expression with Germany which is one of the very few developed countries epitomizing the universal spirit of learning especially in the fields of Engineering, IT, Management, Science, Medicine, Architecture and Creative Communication. Study Abroad Germany has been a hub of various significant activities pertaining to developments and innovations in these areas of study programs for students and professionals the world over. The growth and progression in these areas have been stylized to the extent that it has become a yardstick judgment for students claiming or aspiring to be the BEST in the international arena.
Most interestingly, the growth and success that Germany’s learning centres have achieved in these areas has proved very infectious for ambitious people endeavouring to fashion success in their respective countries. After all, learning and teaching is not just about showing way to your fellow citizens but to the people in other parts of the world as well for ultimate betterment of education. Study in Germany has been a front runner in doing so with zeal and gusto.
Multi-cultural heritage of Germany is another factor which makes learning conditions effective and favourable for people who believe in understanding and sharing different perceptions on various aspects of learning.
If the trends the world over are anything to go by then specializing in customer-centered cultural change to meet the ever-changing dynamics of today’s corporate world should be the most stimulating experience for any genuine professional who likes to raise his own bar to achieve success.
That is where various study programs in Germany’s leading colleges and universities have heightened the importance of quality education with very high global acceptance. On a broader perspective, one realizes that Study Abroad Germany is one of the most sought after options for aspiring overseas students for the simple reason that the talent is honed here in the best possible way to suit changing trends of international market.
World Famous Alumni of German Universities:
- Wendelin Wiedeking (born 1952), CEO of Porsche AG and member of the board at Volkswagen, studied mechanical engineering at the RWTH.
- Konrad Zuse (1910 – 1995), inventor of the first program controlled calculating machine (predecessor of the modern computer), studied mechanical engineering, architecture and civil engineering at the Technical College of Berlin.
- Carl Friedrich Gaul (1777 – 1855), famous mathematician, studied at the Collegium Carolinum (predecessor of the TU Braunschweig).
- * The TU Darmstadt “invented” the electrical engineer. The first electrical engineers worldwide were educated in Darmstadt starting in 1882.
- Kofi Annan (born 1938), former Secretary-General of the UN, holds an honorary doctorate from the TU Dresden.
- Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646 – 1716), for whom the Leibniz Universitat Hannover is named, lived in Hannover and is recognized as a universal genius (among others as a mathematician, physicist, historian, librarian) as well as one of the most important philosophers of his time.
- Carl Friedrich Benz (1844 – 1929), mechanical engineer and pioneer for the automobile industry, studied at the Polytechnical College of Karlsruhe.
- Rudolf Diesel (1858 – 1913), engineer and inventor of the diesel motor, studied at the Technical College of Munich.
- Gottlieb Daimler (1834 – 1900), engineer, design engineer and manufacturer, completed a degree in mechanical engineering at the Polytechnical College of Stuttgart.
- Albert Einstein.
Why pursue MBA from Germany?-
There is a global shift towards development and consequent need for skilled and educated manpower. Indians have inherent intelligence and great learning capabilities. But unfortunately, there is inadequacy of well- equipped education centers. As the world distances are shrinking, more Indians are opting for high-caliber Undergraduate and Postgraduate studies in foreign countries.
World’s 3rd largest economy, Germany is second to none in exports and R&D. Germany presents itself as a creator of new jobs in India with already over 700 German companies in India. Among foreign investors in India, Germany was the third largest in the year 2005-06 with a volume of 303 Million USD. SAP, Bosch and Siemens are only a few examples of companies investing heavily in India. In such a scenario, you would only be benefited with a German degree.
MBA in Germany, German Universities combine research and study and have been the scene of many groundbreaking discoveries and are internationally renowned. Arguably the only country in the World where completion of study programs is smoothly followed by paid internship in top Multinational companies, leading to full-time jobs eventually. German companies are interested in attracting well-trained graduates from abroad. And in many cases, these former students continue working for the company as a foreign spokesperson once they return home.
Georg-Simon-Ohm Management Institute (GSO-MI) is part of the famous Georg-Simon-Ohm University of Applied Sciences in Germany, named after the physicist Georg-Simon-Ohm, one of the leading scientists of the 19th century. In 1826 he had formulated Ohm’s Law of electric resistance. From 1839 to 1849 he led the Nuremberg University as its president. GSO-MI is situated in Nuremberg, one of the most dynamic economic areas in Germany. The region around Nuremberg is home for more than one million people and a multitude of international companies.
All GSO-MI programs are exclusively taught in English. Therefore German language skills are not a prerequisite for starting your MBA studies in Nuremberg. If you are willing to learn German, you have the opportunity to join the German language courses at no extra fee. GSO-MI also offers Internship possibilities with leading German companies such as Siemens, Adidas, Puma and HypoVereinsbank, situated adjacent to the Business School. A good command of German will expand your advantage on the job market in case you consider working for one of the approx. 700 German companies in India.
The GSO-MI is ranked among the top three of Germany’s top public universities for its excellent, practice-oriented MBA programs at affordable tuition fees. GSO-MI is truly international: approximately 50% of the MBA students are international students form Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and South America. GSO-MI students will profit from the personalised career service and job opportunities with multinational German companies.
Also, as a foreign student your study visa entitles you to work 20 hours a week. This right is not restricted for campus jobs unlike in the US. After your graduation you have the right to stay in Germany for one year. During this time you can concentrate on job-hunting. A permanent residence permit will be guaranteed after having been successful in finding a job. You are also entitled to Permanent Residency within 5 years of working full-time in Germany.
Their local representative, The Calculus (estd. 1985) a leading Consultancy based in New Delhi, is the largest German education Consultancy operating in India. It also offers various job-oriented programs in France. Over the years, The Calculus has built an enviable reputation for professionalism & ethical operations unmatched by any in the industry offering comprehensive range of solutions. Besides facilitating admissions, it also offers visa counselling, assistance with education loans, health insurance, accommodation, travel arrangements, foreign exchange, orientation session etc. All the services offered to the students are free of cost.
The Calculus located in the heart of New Delhi at Connaught Place next to the Regal Cinema is easily accessible and offers state-of-the art facilities. Above all, The Calculus is the one of the few consultancies to be certified by the Government of India for recruitment activities.
Commit yourself to German culture and you will be miles ahead compared to high-potentials graduating from other countries.
Berlin could soon become more attractive than London for young Indians.
Germany opens its doors to foreign professionals.
The German government has adopted a bill that provides for sweeping measures to facilitate brain gain. Besides implementing the EU directive on entry and residence of third-country nationals for highly qualified employment, the bill will introduce the EU ‘Blue Card’ as a new work and residence permit.
Why Study in Germany?
World’s 3rd largest economy, Germany is second to none in exports 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 economic co-operation between the two countries is increasing and emphasizes the economic power of Germany in Asia. With more than 300 institutions of higher education, it is one of the leading countries in the field of research, science and technology.
Excellent Academic Standard –
The world-renowned tradition of German Universities dates back to the 14th century and ensures 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 provides the best and the most cost-effective study options for aspiring overseas students. 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.
International exposure –
Attracted by international study programs and excellent research opportunities, each year more than 2, 50,000 international students (12% of all the students at German universities) come to Study in Germany and for research. Study in Germany also means being part of an international, highly qualified academic community.
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. Close ties with companies like Daimler-Chrysler, SAP, Siemens, BMW or Bosch will increase your career prospects.
- Students are allowed to stay on and work for 1 year after completion of their study programs. Your work permit could be further extended by your employer.
- Germany’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 many of the major cultural centers of Europe: Berlin, Vienna, Geneva, Zurich, Frankfurt, and Munich.
- Permanent Residency within 5 years of working full-time in Germany.
- German Immigration option also opens since Jan 2005.
- Hassle-free minimum documentation visa process and generally no financial documents required.
- Part-time jobs allowed 20 hours per week making learning and living conditions easily affordable.
The standard of teaching and research in German universities is ranked among one of the best institutions in the world.
Germany has close business relations with India …
For the past two years, the bi-lateral trade between India and Germany is growing at a dynamic average rate of over 20% and the trend seems to continue.
German investment in India …
German industry has always been more than a supplier of goods to India. It presents itself as a creator of new jobs in India. Periods of high exports were always accompanied by large flows of investment and technology. The new spurt of German exports to India has led to an equally impressive boost in new investment and technical cooperation projects.
Among foreign investors in India, Germany was the third largest in the year 2005-06 with a volume of 303 Million USD. SAP, Bosch and Siemens are only some examples of companies investing heavily in India.
Learn a second language …
Programs are exclusively taught in English. Therefore German language skills are not a prerequisite for starting your studies. If you are willing to learn German, you also have the opportunity to join the German Language Courses at the University, which are free of charge. A good command of German will expand your advantage on the job market in case you consider working for one of the approx. 700 German companies in India.
New German immigration law …
Since 2002, Germany has a new immigration law. As a foreign student, you will receive a study visa. With this visa you are allowed to work 90 days or 180 half days in a calendar year. This right is not restricted for campus jobs like in the US. After your graduation, you have the right to stay in Germany for one year. During this time you can concentrate on job-hunting. A permanent residence permit will be guaranteed after having been successful in finding a job.
Commit yourself to German culture and you will be miles ahead compared to high-potentials graduating from other countries.