Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Study in Germany France Netherlands

Germany as a study abroad alternative has a lot to offer to international students. Keeping the requirements of international education in mind, its renowned universities and colleges have started to offer more than 12,000 programs that are recognized all over the world. Whether you pursue a bachelor or a master level course, you can always further your career on the basis of the degree acquired there. For the benefit of foreign students, the majority of courses are offered both in German and English languages. Students can also grab the golden opportunity to learn German during their study in Germany. Most of the German universities are famous for their innovative research works in the field of medicine, technology, and natural sciences. According to a particular world university ranking, eleven universities from Germany made it to the list of top-200 universities around the world, in terms of excellence in teaching and research. Some of the top German universities are the Free University of Berlin, University of Freiburg, University of Heidelberg, Technical University of Munich, University of Marburg, and University of Bamberg.

If you seek a beautiful country with equally beautiful, courteous and friendly people for your study abroad, then a study in France is the most viable option before you. The country is of great prominence on the global scenario with major contributions in the areas of politics, philosophy, trade, technology, automobile, arts, science, fashion and economics. As a result, the most sought after programs in the country are naturally related to information technology, business administration, and art and design. The high-quality and innovative education system and research in France have made it the sixth biggest economy of the world. More than 2,30,000 students head for the country every year to pursue courses in engineering, management, arts or humanities. The University of Provence, University of the Mediterranean, University of Avignon, University of Picardie Jules Verne and the American University of Paris are some of the major universities in France.


The Netherlands is a country with richness in culture and history. Located in Western Europe, the country boasts an abundance of study abroad programs that are imparted completely in English. Students having a desire to study in Netherlands come across more than 1,000 courses in different subjects. The teaching methodology in the country aims at enhancing the problem-solving capabilities of students who assess and get solutions to the problems on their own. The reasonable cost of living and study here also attracts more and more foreign students. Various universities in Netherlands are unique in terms of their location, teaching environment and programs offered. These include University of Amsterdam, Leiden University, University of Groningen, and Academic Medical Center.


Giulia said...

I´m trying to study in Germany. If there is somebody else whisng to study in Germany I can give you a good adress where I´m getting much support. It is a company called HeSA Germany. This company is specialized on foreign students. In the moment they explain me everything and advise me where the adequate study place would be for me and which preconditions I have to fulfill, which documents I need, where I get them from and so on. Currently they are drawing up a complete organization plan for me in which they write every step if have to do and the corresponding alternative I have. If I fulfill the admission requirements they will also do the application process for me, with correspondence, document management, they translat everything and so on.

I also found good information in their book “Managing your studies in Germany. A classic for all who wish to study in Germany.”

Here is their adress

Hope that I could give a good tip for anyone who wants to study in Germany too.

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