Germany is an inspiring country and is often considered as the perfect educational and industrial model. Nearly one-tenth of world's international students go to study in Germany. In addition, bachelor-master system offers degrees which are internationally compatible. Germany offers a wide range of educational opportunities although costs are very reasonable and often less expensive than expected as the German Government support the education cycle. The quality of education is combined with high academic standards which makes Germany a prime destination for study and research. Germany universities are well equipped with well qualified staff. German language is very important to be learnt for international students.
All overseas students have the possibility of working during their university studies in Germany.
Overseas students who come to Germany on a student visa may work for 90 whole days or 180 half-days per year, even during the language course preparing for university studies. This is equivalent to approximately 20 hours per week.
After successful completion of your full-time university studies in Germany, you are, as an overseas academic, entitled to remain in Germany for one year after graduation in order to look for regular employment in a German company.
Furthermore, after three years it is possible to apply for a long-term residence permit if the employer specifically advocates the same and the employee is also in agreement.