When you say Germany, you instantly think about safe and modern roads, best cars in the world and all sorts of technological innovations. All these are the result of vast research and developments in the engineering and technology field made in Germany.
So it’s quite obvious for any student who looks for an engineering degree to first consider his or her study options in Germany.
Check below ten major reasons that will convince you Germany is a top destination for a Master’s degree in engineering, in any specialisation you can think of.
1) German universities charge low tuition fees or none at all
Most universities in Germany especially the public universities charge low or even no tuition fees to all international students worldwide! They are actually called “administrative fees” of around 100 – 200 EUR/year, which are meant to cover student services, costs such as bus tickets to the university, or the student cafeterias.
However, public universities located in Bremen, Lower Saxony, Saarland, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt or Turingia will charge tuition fees and you will also have to pay tuition if you enrol in a Master’s degree in a totally different field than the one you studied as a Bachelor student.