Why many international students do not prefer English taught programs at German Universities
Due to following reasons most international students are now preferring to opt for German taught programs in German Universities instead of English taught programs.
1. Better job prospects
Germany is estimated to have a shortage of 30 Lakh skilled workers by 2025. German Companies prefer to hire candidates with German language proficiency till C2 level. See article from German embassy below. Starting salary for full-time jobs in Germany is Euro 40,000 (Rs. 30 Lacs)
2. Easier to get admission in World’s leading technical Universities in Germany called TU9
English taught programs in German Universities have 30-35 seats. Half of these seats are reserved for international students and remaining half for European nationals. Thousands of students from all over the World apply for these 10-15 seats. Thus, due to limited seats and intense competition getting admission in English taught programs is almost impossible. Also for the same reason it is much easier to get admission in World’s leading technical Universities in Germany i.e. TU9. For guaranteed admission in TU9 click here
3. Greater part-time wages thus higher savings due to strong German language skills. Students with strong German language skills are usually able to manage their living expenses with part-time jobs
4. Wider range of programs to choose from
Out of 15000 programs taught at 330 German Universities. Only 1000 are taught in English. Remaining 14000 are taught in German. Thus, students opting for German taught program have wider range of programs to choose from and also get a better University.
5. Avoid choosing the wrong University program for your career
For deciding their international University program, many Indian students do not have firsthand information and have to rely on websites, Consultants, etc and up making huge mistakes regarding their career. During German language course in Germany, students are able to meet University Professors and students and get access to firsthand information about which University program is best suited for their career. Thus, making the right decision about their career.
Wondering how easy or difficult it is to learn German language?
Knowledge of English is a huge advantage while learning German. Even students from China, Korea, Japan and Arabic countries, whose entire education has been in their local language, are able to study successfully in Germany in German language. German language training methods in Germany are such that even a slow learner could cope if he/she shows discipline in learning. As Indians have a huge advantage that we have already a sufficient level in English. This is a big support for the German language learning. Hence, Indian you with their local heritage and the English oriented schooling
career, are easily able to pursue higher education programs in Germany in German language.
German language training methods in Germany allow the student to advance very
quickly and get the sound knowledge which is necessary for the entrance exam.
German is not that difficult !!!
Test your German. You know already a little bit German. Did you know that?
See the following words, that Germans use frequently! Do you understand
some of them?
Abstract Access-port Action Adapter Add-Ons Aftershave Agreement Airbag Airconditioning Airline Airmail amused Apartment
Appeasement Approach Area Manager Art director asap Auditor Award Baby Background backlis backup Backstage Band Bar Basement
basics Beach Beautycase Beautyqueen Benchmark Bestseller Bias Bike Black-Box Blackout Blank Blinker Bodyguard Body-lotion Boom
booten Boots Boss Boycott Brain storming brandnew Break break-even-point Broker Browsen brunch Bubble Bully Business Business-to-
Business (B2B) Business-to-consumer (B2C) By-pass Cache Callboy Call-center Call for action Calling Show Camp canceln Car Cargo (DB!)
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