Studying in Germany

MBA and Masters Program with Quality - Made in Germany

Germany is among the top 3 most popular countries for students from all over the world. Over 12% of students in Germany came to Germany from various countries around the world to study here. Studying here in the heart of Europe offers a lot; Among other things, great opportunities in the global job market after graduation. Furthermore, the high level of security, liberality and a very student-friendly visa procedure make Germany so interesting for studying. An MBA or Master's degree in one of the world's strongest economies allows you to connect with many large companies and corporations and can be a springboard into the international business world.

The most important reasons for international students to come to Germany

Overview

  • After the end of the study visa still applies min. 1.5 years
  • MBA and Master's degrees from Germany are very popular with employers internationally
  • Study safely and freely, no matter where you come from!
  • Cheap living and living in the center of Europe
  • Many important international companies are based in Germany
  • Powerful, diligent and conscientious way of working

MBA and Master study in Germany - Competent, affordable, safe and popular

Made in Germany - all over the world that stands for high quality. This is also because jobs in Germany are usually very conscientious and diligently worked. Punctuality, reliability and care are among the most important values, which is also noticeable in the course of studies. This is one of the reasons why a Masters from Germany is highly rated internationally. Anyone with experience in the German business world is in great demand in the global financial and economic market. Although the global economy has faced many problems in recent years, Germany continues to be extremely strong in the economy. The German education system and the careful way of working ensure that Germany is one of the world's leading players in the financial and economic sector and that many important companies are located here, with whom contacts can be made while studying in Germany.


Germany is very popular with international students. Many different aspects attract people from all continents to Germany. In 2014, over 300,000 international students were studying here. That's why the universities and colleges are very well prepared for international students.
No matter where you come from, everyone is welcome! In Germany, freedom of religion and expression are among the most important assets in society. Regardless of religion, origin or gender, performance and commitment are rated here - everyone has the same rights.
Thanks to an education system that is among the best in the world, communication is not a problem as most Germans speak very good English and are very helpful.
 
Germany is a very student-friendly country, universities are strongly supported by the state and are thus among the best universities in Europe. In addition, unlike most other European countries, foreign students can still spend 18 months in Germany after completing their visa. This time many students use to get a job directly in Germany at one of the many resident modern and multinational companies. By contrast, in other European countries (such as the United Kingdom), the visa usually already expires immediately after graduation. This means that you can concentrate fully on studying and graduating without having to worry about your visa.

All of these factors create fantastic conditions that are ideal for creative and free thinking, that is why Germany is arguably the country with the most patent applications in Europe. Further information about the visa in Germany can be found here.

Life in Germany can be very diverse. Vibrant cities with an almost unlimited amount of cultural and leisure attractions are just as attractive as the varied landscapes and beautiful historic buildings.


In the north of Germany are the beaches of the Baltic Sea and the North Sea with the largest Wadden Sea in the world. It is only a few kilometers from the major cities of Bremen and Hamburg and at low tide you can hike many kilometers across the North Sea to the Frisian Islands. The Alps in the south of Germany make up the largest mountain range in Europe. In between there is everything possible to discover and experience. Surfing in the Baltic Sea or skiing in winter sports areas, which are among the most beautiful in Europe. Whether hiking in the national parks with their natural forests, in the almost 3000 meter high glacier on the Zugspitze, a cold beer and German sausage at the Oktoberfest in Munich or a weekend in the party metropolis Berlin - boredom is far from anyone studying here. In addition, attractive countries such as France, England or Italy are in the immediate vicinity and can be reached quite cheaply from Germany.

Hardly any other country has so many theaters, museums or such a big music scene. Anyone who lives in Germany can also look forward to very low living costs despite the flourishing economy. These are lower here than in most neighboring countries such as France or Italy. These include Germany's cities among the cleanest in Europe and the whole country is equipped with excellent infrastructure. Punctual and regular public transport and a very safe and responsible car traffic allow fast connections everywhere. Due to the good infrastructure and the safe road traffic, many Germans in the cities instead of the car to the bicycle as a means of transportation, which is one of the reasons for the pleasant and clean air in the German cities.

Germany sounds interesting to you? Then apply now for a degree at the IGC in Bremen!

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What our students have to say about Germany

In one of our courses we have asked the students to write their feedback to the German chancellor about their first impressions in Germany. While this was a very nice task in their studies, it also gave us some good insights, which we would like to share with you below:

 

What new students enjoy in Germany

  • I admire the high rate of cycling and the developed transport system.“

    Female, 34 years old
    Master in Eurpean Studies

  • Apart from Germans punctuality, I admire the education and transport systems in Germany.“

    Female, 30 years old
    Master in Eurpean Studies

  • I admire the good air condition and lifestyle in Bremen, the reasonable price of commodities and the willingness of people to help. My German neighbour always shares her food with me.“

    Female, 24 years old
    Master in Eurpean Studies

  • I hope to learn more about German history and present policies.“

    Female, 24 years old
    Master in Eurpean Studies

  • I admire the efficiency and the discipline the country shows, which should serve as an example for other countries to emulate.“

    Male, 27 years old
    Master in Eurpean Studies

  • Compared with my country, Germany is well regulated and secured. The people here are law abiding.“

    Male, 28 years old
    Master in Eurpean Studies

  • The polite and gentle reception I received on arrival, has made me fall in utter admiration of Germany. "Deutschland ist sehr sehr schön".“

    Male, 27 years old
    Master in Eurpean Studies

  • I admire Germany for its environmentally friendly role by trying to use more renewable energy, and its refugee stance in comparison with other EU member states.“

    Male, 32 years old
    Master in Eurpean Studies

  • Compared with my country, Germany is much more liberal, as in religious sentiments are lower. Institutions are more transparent and laws are enforced here. Germany is also better in their quality of education.“

    Male, 28 years old
    Master in Eurpean Studies