Thursday, 21 March 2019

How Much Can You Earn By Part-Time Job In Germany

How Much Can You Earn By Part-Time Job In Germany?

 
How Much Can You Earn By Part-Time Job In Germany
How Much Can You Earn By Part-Time Job In Germany

 As we know that there is no tuition fee in the public university of Germany, but still you need to pay your bills which is your living expense. If you don't want to burden your parents and want to pay for your needs by working part-time, then continue with us till the last. As I will be cleaning all your doubts, regarding part-time jobs in Germany. So let's begin.

The first thing which I should let you know that as a student in Germany you are allowed to work only 20 Hours per week. It's up to you how you divide the hours per week. You are allowed to work 120 Full days in a year as an international student.

1. What Documents do you Need?


So the first question which comes in mind of the students is what documents do I need so that I can work part-time in any company, restaurant or any other place. So here is the list of documents which you need to work part-time in Germany.

a. Anmeldung: Which is your city registration. If you want to know more about anmeldung, and how it is done. Read Here.

b. Tax ID Number

c. Social Security Number. 

To acquire the last two things Anmeldung is compulsory. You don't need to spend a penny to get these things done. You just need to visit local authorities or google it simply. 

Types of Part-Time jobs in Germany

There are two types of part-time jobs, one is a Mini job and other is a part-time job. So let's discuss them separately.

1. Mini Job: 


These are jobs which are not on a regular basis, you will have to work for twice a week, once a week etc. So in a mini job, you will make less than 450 euros per month. Also, no tax needs to be given. 

2. Part-Time Job: 


These are jobs in which you work for 20 hours a week. You can earn around 800 to 1300 euros per month. You need to pay student tax on this amount.

I have already written an article on the topic How to Get Part Time Job in Germany?

If you work in a company or do a skilled job like working as a developer, artificial intelligence expert etc then you can expect around 15 - 20 euros per hour. So do the math accordingly.

If you work in some restaurant or some bars etc you can expect around 9 euros per hour. So do the calculations how much you can earn. 

Now if we discuss about the expenses as a student in Germany, it totally depends upon your lifestyle. If we talk about an average student who cooks himself and doesn't go to bars on a regular basis then the expense will be around 600 - 750 euros.
 


Monday, 18 March 2019

Apps to Make Your Life Easier in Germany - Life in Germany

 Apps to Make Your Life Easier in Germany - Life in Germany


Apps to Make Your Life Easier in Germany
Apps to Make Your Life Easier in Germany


When you are in a new country and everything around you is different, let be language, places, lifestyle etc. Then to keep up with them on your own can be a hectic task. So in this post, I am going to mention some very helpful application which will make your life easier in Germany.

These applications can prove to be a lifesaver for you while you are in Germany. You can use these apps in your daily life, whether it is for travel, payments, shopping, transactions etc. 

Most of the applications mentioned here are not limited to Germany only, but yes some are there which are specific to Germany. Also, I would like to tell you that we will be providing links to these applications, so you can directly download them also. 

So let's begin our list of 11 Apps to Make Your Life Easier in Germany: 

1. Google Calendar


Google Calendar
Google Calendar



I know there are a lot of calendars and reminder apps out there in the market but believe me, Google has taken it to the next level. In Germany, people are very punctual and they hate being late, so when they ask to come you at 8:00 PM, they mean it. Not like in our country where usually we take these things lightly. 

So you can use google calendar for planning appointments, setting reminders. Also, you can set the time when you want google calendar to remind you about your appointment or task. Thus making life easier for you.



2. DB Navigator


DB Navigator
DB Navigator


This is an official app by Deutschland Bahn, to make your travelling easier. This app helps you in booking tickets for local transport and long distance transport both. You can check real-time information of the trains, on which platform are they arriving, how much delay is there (If any), etc. You just need to enter your starting place and destination, that all after that this app will guide you throughout.  

Features


1. Delay Notifications
2. Saver Fare Finder
3. Change or cancel a booking



3. Flix-Bus


Flix-Bus
Flix-Bus


Yes, it's a travel app again but mainly for buses this time. If you are in Germany and you don't want to spend much money on travelling then you must use public transports. Flix Bus helps you in booking tickets of Buses.



4. TransferWise


TransferWise
TransferWise


Transferwise app is used by many people in Germany to send money throughout the globe. Getting money from India to Europe is pretty difficult but sending money from Europe to India is easy. Transferwise is best because the rates they offer are very cheap as compared to others. For eg, if you are sending like $2000 then you will be charged a negligible amount of 3 euros per transfer. So now you know why it is best?



5. CamScanner


CamScanner
CamScanner


I know many of you must be using it. It is a scanner app that helps you in scanning documents using your mobile. This app can be a lifesaver if you urgently need to scan and send some documents. 
This application offers you many features like black and white scan, coloured scan etc. 

You can keep your important documents scanned i your mobile and hence no need to carry them along with you.



6. Boomerang for Gmail


Boomerang for Gmail
Boomerang for Gmail


It acts as your Gmail assistant, let's take an example, you want to send your teacher an email on 5:00 AM in the morning, so you can use Boomerang and type your email and set the time when you want to send it. It is awesome no? 


So these were some of the apps which will help you in making your life easier in Germany. If you have some more ideas than comment below. 

You can also read our previous posts below: 

Thursday, 14 February 2019

Basic Criteria for students to get admissions in TU Universities in Germany

Basic requirements for students to get admissions in TU Universities in Germany.

Requirements to study in TU9 Universities in Germany
Requirements to study in TU9 Universities in Germany

 

Germany has produced a number of famous personalities in almost every fields of Arts, Literature, Philosophy, engineering, medical, technology, Media etc. There are around 70 Universities in Germany. They are classified into two categories Technical Universities(TU) and University of Applied Sciences. Technical universities (TU) are mostly research oriented and can award Doctorate degrees. Officially there are 13 technical universities in Germany, But the group is named as TU9 and it includes the following universities:

1. RWTH Aachen

2. TU Berlin

3. TU Braunschweig

4. TU Darmstadt

5. TU Dresden

6. University of Hanover

7.University of Karlsruhe

8. TU M√ľnchen

9. University of Stuttgart

10. University of Applied Sciences

We will be discussing in this article, the basic requirements or criteria which needs to be fulfilled to get admissions in TU9 universities in Germany. So lets begin our list.

Eligibility Requirements for masters course


The admission requirements are set very high by the German Universities because of the huge number of applications which they get from around the globe. The eligibility criteria may differ from university to university thatswhy one must refer to the University website for the eligibility criteria for that particular course that you are interested in. We will be discussing the general eligibility criteria to Graduate from TU9 University in Germany.


1. Academics


Certification of Undergraduate study (Bachelor degree) in a similar field is required. Also as the number of applications is very high one need to have good scores in academics. Although there is no minimum grades provided by universities.

2. Language Requirement


If the course is completely in German language, then one must need to prove his proficiency in the German Language by providing German language certificates.

German as a Foreign Language Test (TestDaF)

German Language Test for the Admission of Foreign study applicants (DSH)

If the course is completely in English, then proof of proficiency in English must be provided that can be TOEFL (550 and higher (PBT), 213 and higher (CBT), 79 and higher (IBT) ) or IELTS above 6.0 bands in each module.

PTE is also being accepted in some universities. A score of 59 is minimum required.

If the course is mixed i.e some subjects are in German and some in English then appropriate proof may be required.

3. Entrance qualification


If you are applying for engineering courses, some universities may demand GRE, they welcome GATE score but it is not mandatory.

In Business management courses, some universities may demand GMAT. One must check the university website for details.

Some universities require the student to give entrance test either online or upon their arrival at the campus (in the later case conditional admission is provided by the university for visa).

4. Work Experience


Although it is not mandatory but it Improves your chances of admission, if you have relevant work experience in the field of further study.

5. Project Work / Thesis


Demonstration of technical ability through project execution/internship /training / online courses etc can help you in securing admissions.

6. Extracurricular activities


Paper presentation, participation in Technical symposium, conference, NGO works, participation in sports n cultural activities etc is highly appreciated by universities and they increase your chances of getting admissions along with getting the visa.

7. Fees and Living Costs


As you know that education in Germany is tuition free at most of the Universities. The Universities charge you some amount as semester contribution which is about 140 - 500 Euros at max, which is utilized for the University's development, lab and other facilities. Living cost in Germany is also minimal, on average 700 euro per month will be a decent amount. You can earn it by working part-time if you want. But this amount can increase depending on the city and the lifestyle of a student.

8. Application Procedure


There are two intakes every year for admission one is winter intake which takes place in month of Sep/Oct and other is summer intake which takes place in March/April. The application and visa process in total takes about 4-5 months so students need to plan accordingly. The deadline for winter intake is 15 Jan and for summer intake is 15 July (It depends on university). Hence, an early application is highly recommended for students.

Once the University receives all the applications then they take about 2-3 months to inform students and send the admission letter. One must check all the documents thoroughly before submitting to the university as many universities directly cancel your application if any document is found missing.

The foreign students have two options for applying to university. They can either apply directly through the university website or can take help from UNI ASSIST. UNI ASSIST charges 55 euro as their service fees for applying to 2-3 Universities. An additional 15 euro is charged per Universities for further applications. UNI ASSIST assists students with its partner Universities only.

9. Work during and after Studies


Students are allowed to work part-time for 90 full days or 180 half days a year. which makes around 20 hours per week.

A graduate is allowed to stay in Germany for 18 months after completing the studies to look for a job. Once they manage to find a job they can convert their student permit to residence permit for taking healthy employment.

Important Note


Since the process of admission is very competitive and tough especially for engineering branches like mechanical and computer science and other related subjects like medical etc. It is therefore recommended that you should aim for at least a score of 310+ in Gre, and in TOEFL 100+, also you should maintain CGPA 8+ to be in the competition.

Thursday, 10 January 2019

List of the Studienkollegs in Germany - Application Dates, Contact Information, etc

 List of the Studienkollegs in Germany - Application Dates, Contact Information, etc

List of the Studienkollegs in Germany
List of the Studienkollegs in Germany


 As we all know that Germany has 13 years of education and most of the other countries have twelve. So to make bachelors course equal for everyone they made a bridge course called "Studienkolleg". 

In this course, you are taught the language as well as technical terms which you will be using while doing bachelors there, in the German language. Studienkolleg is of 5 types,  T, M, W, G, S. 

You can read about studienkolleg in detail here: Studienkolleg: Everything you need to know.

Here is the list of the studienkollegs in Germany, with their application deadlines and contact information. 

1. List of Studienkolleg in Baden Wurttemberg

Studienkolleg in Baden Wurttemberg
Studienkolleg in Baden Wurttemberg

 

> Heidelberg University

  • Courses:  T, W, G, M and S course.
  • Application: Directly to the university.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 July), Summer semester (15 January) 

> Karlsruher Institute for Technology

  • Courses: Only T course
  • Application: Direct Application to university
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 July), Summer semester (15 January) 

> Hochschule Konstanz, Technik Wirtschaft, and Gestaltung

  • Courses: T course and W course
  • Application: Directly to the university.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (1 May), Summer semester (1 November)

 

2. List of Studienkolleg in Bayern

Studienkolleg in Bayern
Studienkolleg in Bayern

 

> Universitaten des Freistaates Bayern (Munich) 

  • Courses:  T, W, G, M and S course.
  • Application: Directly to the university.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 July), Summer semester (15 January) 

> Fachhochschulen des Freistaates Bayern (Coburg)

  • Courses:  T, W, and S course.
  • Application: Directly to the university.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (30 June), Summer semester (15 January) 

 

3. List of Studienkolleg in Berlin

Studienkolleg in Berlin
Studienkolleg in Berlin

 

> Tu Berlin

  • Courses:  T, W, and M course.
  • Application: Through Uni-Assist.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (30 June), Summer semester (30 November)

 > Freie University of Berlin

  • Courses:  T, W, G, and M course.
  • Application: Through Uni-Assist.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 July), Summer semester (15 January)

 

4. List of Studienkolleg in Hamburg

 
Studienkolleg in Hamburg
 Studienkolleg in Hamburg

> Hamburg University

  • Courses:  T, W, G, and M course.
  • Application: Through Uni-Assist.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (31 March), Summer semester (30 September) 

 

5. List of Studienkolleg in Hessen

> Goethe University of Frankfurt

  • Courses:  T, W, G, and M course.
  • Application: Through Uni-Assist.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 April), Summer semester (15 October) 

> TU Darmstadt

  • Courses:  T, and G course.
  • Application: Directly to University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 April), Summer semester (15 October) 

> University of Kessel

  • Courses:  T, and W course.
  • Application: Through Uni-Assist.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (30 April), Summer semester (NO)  

> Phillipps University Marburg

  • Courses:  T, W, G, and M course.
  • Application: Through Uni-Assist.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 April), Summer semester (15 October)

 

6. List of Studienkolleg in Mecklenburg - Vorpommern

> University Greifswald

  • Courses:  T, W, S and M course.
  • Application: Through Uni-Assist.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 June), Summer semester (15 November)

> Hochschule Wismar

  • Courses:  T, and W course.
  • Application: Directly through University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (30 June), Summer semester (30 November) 

 

7. List of Studienkolleg in Nordrhein - Westfalen

> Okmenischen studienwerks e.v. studienkolleg Bochum: 

  • Courses:  T course.
  • Application: Directly through University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 May), Summer semester (15 October)

>  Mettingen Studienkolleg

  • Courses:  T, G, M, and W course.
  • Application: Directly through University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (30 June), Summer semester (30 November)

 

8. List of Studienkolleg in Rheinland Pfalz

> Johannes Gutenberg Universitat Mainz

  • Courses:  T, G, S, M and W course.
  • Application: Directly through University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 May), Summer semester (15 November)

> Hochschule Kaiserslautern

  • Courses: T, W course only.
  • Application: Directly through University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 April), Summer semester (15 October)

9. List of Studienkolleg in Saarland

> University of Saarland

  • Courses:  T course.
  • Application: Through Uni-Assist.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 July), Summer semester (15 January) 

 

10. List of Studienkolleg in Saschen

> Studienkolleg of Glauchu

  • Courses: T, W course only.
  • Application: Directly through University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 August), Summer semester (15 January)

>University of Leipzig

  • Courses:  T, G, M, and W course.
  • Application: Directly through University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 July), Summer semester (15 January)

> Hochschule Kaiserslautern

  • Courses: T, W course only.
  • Application: Directly through University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 May), Summer semester (15 November)

 

11. List of Studienkolleg in Sachsen-Anhalt

> UniversityHalle Wittenberg

  • Courses:  T, W, G, S and M course.
  • Application: Through Uni-Assist.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (30 June), Summer semester (15 January)

> Hochschule Anhalt

  • Courses:  T, S and W course.
  • Application: Directly through University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 June), Summer semester (15 November)

 

12. List of Studienkolleg in Schleswig Holstein

> Fachhochschule Kiel

  • Courses:  T and W course.
  • Application: Directly through University
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 April), Summer semester (30 September)

 

13. List of Studienkolleg in Thuringen

> Hochschule Nordhausen

  • Courses:  T, W, G, and M course.
  • Application: Through Uni-Assist.
  • Application Deadline: Winter semester (15 July), Summer semester (15 January)

 So these were the list o studienkollegs in Germany.  If you have any doubts or feedback then please comment below.

Also Read: Private studienkolleg : Advantages and Disadvantages

Friday, 4 January 2019

Permanent Residency in Germany - Everything You Need to Know.

Permanent Residency in Germany - Everything You Need to Know.

Permanent Residency in Germany
Permanent Residency in Germany

When the twelfth grade completes or Bachelors completes, the majority of the general population consider moving to Canada, Australia or the United States since they have seen other individuals do it, they have seen their companions do it and that is the place the entire thought of moving to various nation springs up: disappointment with the instruction framework and occupation showcase in India and in light of the fact that the companion of your dad revealed to you that his uncle's child moved to the United States or Canada or Australia on the grounds that the compensation is madly high and it's anything but difficult to get perpetual residency (well, let the United States well enough alone in the PR part. It can take up to 9 years to get a changeless residency there through lottery framework).

Nowadays everyone is brainwashed to follow the stupid trends. Be it a platform, an app, your school or even the field you should choose in your Bachelors/Masters or even your entire decision of moving to a different Nation. Everyone tries to influence your mind with their own opinions and most of the people just have heard the things, even when he might not have any idea and he might be telling you the exact thing which he listened from somebody else, with some own words mixed.




Whenever anyone thinks of moving to another country, Germany rarely comes up in his mind and i will not blame. Because the perception of people is that it is not possible to reside for a longer duration after you complete your studies here (Not True). Also, some have the hesitation of breaking the German language barrier and also everyone thinks that it is almost impossible to get PR in Germany.

Is it Difficult to get PR in Germany?

 

If you want to reside in Germany for a longer duration and get all the benefits of a citizen (other than the right to vote). Then you should know that Germany only rewards highly educated and skilled people with a chance to get a permanent residency. 


Requirements that you need to fulfill for a permanent residency in Germany

 

  1. German university degree certificate (Bachelors, Masters or PhD)
  2. B1 level of German Certification.
  3. Have a residency permit since at least 2 years (you get it automatically when you start working).
  4. Must have sufficient income to financially support yourself and a public health insurance
  5. No crimes/offenses (Even just normal fines can obstruct your Permanent Residency application!)

 

Documents required to apply for PR in Germany

 

  • Valid passport
  • 1 current biometric photograph
  • Filled out application form
  • Certificates
  • Bank statements and Salary Slips
  • Rental contract for the apartment/house
  • Proof of social contribution payments
  • Health Insurance document
  • City registration

 

Cost to get a PR in Germany


The application for a permanent residency generally costs 113 Euros (the price can vary from city to city). (Price may change).

Final Words 


Germany is in a great need of new and young workforce who can continue the legacy of German economy forward and this is the reason it is so extremely easy for highly qualified people to get a job, permanent residency and citizenship afterwards. No other developed country offers the permanent residency just after 2 month. 

If you are thinking about moving to Germany, then right now is literally the right phase when you can do that because even the rules for PR had been renewed this year to make Germany more attractive and so far it has been working out, but the number of vacancies in jobs that the country still faces is a gap which will only last a next few years.

 

Tuesday, 1 January 2019

Top 10 Universities For Computer Science in Germany

Top 10 Universities For Computer Science in Germany

Welcome to the new section of our blog, we call this section Top 10, in this section, we discuss every Top 10 possible related to study in Germany and life in Germany. So in today's post, we are going to discuss the top 10 universities for computer science in Germany. 

Previously Germany was seen as heaven mainly for Mechanical related courses, but nowadays it's not the case. Students come to Germany from all over the globe to study different types of courses, and one of the most famous is Computer Science. So let's check the top 10 universities for computer science in Germany.

1. Technical University of Munich

TU Munich
TU Munich

 

TUM is one of the top-notch university of Germany and studying in TU universities is already a sign of excellence. TUM offers various types of courses related to Computer Science(Informatics), like Automotive software engineering, Bioinformatics, computational science, information systems, data analytics, robotics etc. 

Application Periods 

Summer: Sep 01 to Nov 30
Winter: Jan 01 to May 31

2. Humboldt University Berlin

Humboldt University Berlin
Humboldt University Berlin

 

Humboldt Unversity is mainly famous for Masters in Computational Neuroscience. It is also a very well recognized university in Germany. 

Application Periods

Summer: No
Winter: Deadline is 15 March

3. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

 

One can pursue Master in Informatics, Master in Information, Engineering and management courses from this deemed university.

Application Deadlines

Summer: 15 January
Winter: 15 July


4. Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich

Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich
Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich

 

It is one of the lodest university of Germany, You can pursue MS in Data Science or Elite Master's programme. 

Application Periods

Summer: No
Winter: From 1 April


 5. RWTH Aachen University

RWTH Aachen University
RWTH Aachen University

 

I think this university doesn't need any introduction. It is one of the best German University. This university offers you software systems Eng., Robotic system Eng., Information Technology, Media informatics.

Application Deadlines

Summer: 1 March
Winter: 1 September


 6. TU Berlin

TU Berlin
TU Berlin

 

As already mentioned that TU universities are symbol of excellence. There is a excellent Master's program in Computer science. 

Application Deadline

Summer: 15 January
Winter: 15 May



7. Ruprecht-Karls University Heidelberg

Ruprecht-Karls University Heidelberg
Ruprecht-Karls University Heidelberg

 

You get a chance to pursue Masters in Medical Informatics from this old fashioned university. This university will give you feeling of Harry Potter. 

Application Deadlines

Summer: 15 January
Winter: 15 July


8. TU Darmstadt

TU Darmstadt
TU Darmstadt

 

This universiy offers Master in DIstributed Software Systems. This university has a great infrasturucture. 

Application Deadlines

Summer: 15 January
Winter: 15 July  


 9. University of Saarlandes

University of Saarlandes
University of Saarlandes

 

This university also has a good master's program in Computer Science.

Application Deadlines

Summer: 15 November
Winter: No


10. Rheinische Friedrich wilhelms universitat Bonn

Rheinische Friedrich wilhelms universitat Bonn
Rheinische Friedrich wilhelms universitat Bonn

 

You can pursue MS in computer science from this well recognized university. 

Application Periods

Summer: 1 Sept to 1 Nov
Winter: No 

So These were the Top 10 Universities for Computer Science in Germany.

Friday, 14 December 2018

Top 11 Reasons to study in Germany: Why Germany?

Top 11 Reasons to study in Germany: Why Germany?

Top 11 reasons to study in Germany
Top 11 reasons to study in Germany

Now Germany has become one of the favourite places of students to study abroad. Germany has a very high quality of study and life both. In this post, we are going to discuss why Germany is one of the best country to study abroad. We will be discussing all the features like education system, cost of living, job market, etc. 

1. World Class Universities

German University
German University

Germany has world-class universities and a very high quality of education. German universities are ranked high in the world rankings. All the universities have high-quality labs for students to learn practically. If you are studying in one of the German's universities then you are having a good chance to make your future bright, especially in the engineering and medical fields.

2. High quality of Education

High quality of education
High quality of education

Germany has a very high quality of education as compared to countries like India because, in Germany, Practical education is given more priority rather than just theory. Here in Germany, you don't have tests or practicals throughout the semester but there are only semester exams. Which give students enough time to do research and take part in curricular activities. 

3. An education system designed especially for Foreign Students


Germany has made available many courses, especially for Masters, in the English language. So that the foreign students can easily study their courses. 

4. Cheap Education System


As you know that almost every public university in Germany has no tuition fees, i.e education is free for all, whether you are a Non-EU citizen. universities have only a small semester contribution ranging from 70 euros to 350 euros per semester. When you pay your semester contribution you get a semester ticket which gives you the facility of using public transport for free in a given radius. Also, you can get discounts in malls and shops by showing your semester contribution ticket. 

5. Average Cost of Living

Average cost of living
Average cost of living

Cost of living is a topic which totally depends upon the lifestyle of students. But if I talk for a student with an average lifestyle. i.e you cook food yourself, don't drink much or go to pubs etc. Then it will cost you around 650 euros - 800 euros depending upon the city.
You can read my post about Life of student in Germany. In this, all the points are explained in detail like cost of living, weather, etc. 

6. Great Scholarship Programs


In spite of low tuition fee, Germany also offers you numerous scholarships to help you in lowering the cost of living, semester contribution etc. You can easily find scholarships on the website of DAAD.

7. Friendly People

Friendly People
Friendly People

Germans are very welcoming by nature, and you will rarely find problems like racism or groupism. Old people of Germany are little conserved about their culture and language and prefer to talk in German only otherwise the young people are friendly and also speak English to a greater extent.
You will never feel discrimination here.

8. German Language 

German language
German language

It is a very popular language and is spoken in many countries. Also learning German will make your life easy in Europe also it will help you with many job opportunities.

9. Part-Time Jobs

Part-Time Jobs
Part-Time Jobs

Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week. You can easily pay your monthly expenditure by working part-time. The minimum wage is 8.85 euros per hour. In big cities like Munich or Berlin, you can even get 15 euros per hour.  If you know German then you will get jobs easily and also with a high wage.

10. Excellent Job Market

Excellent Job Market
Excellent Job Market

Germany has a very low unemployment rate i.e 3% only. This 3 % are those who are not having a proper education. In Germany, if you know the German language till B1 level than it will be very easy for you to find jobs. It doesn't mean that people who don't know German don't get a job, in big cities like Berlin, Munich, Hamburg etc you can find jobs in big MNCs. 

11. Schengen Visa

Schengen Visa
Schengen Visa

When you get your visa, you don't only get the visa for Germany but you get a Schengen visa, which means you can travel in whole Europe except some countries like the UK. Also, all the neighbouring countries are well connected by trains, flights etc. 

I hope you like our post. If you have any suggestions or doubts regarding any topic, please comment below I will try my best to help you out.

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