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Munich, Germany
Capital: Berlin
Population: 82,398,326
Area: 356,970 sq km
Language: German, English
Religion: Roman Catholic, Protestant
Continent: Europe

On an average 1.8 million students around the world go abroad to attend a university. Nearly one tenth of those students choose to come to Germany. Germany has a lot to offer to foreign students, be they first-year students or postgraduates. Germany's universities combine age-old traditions with modern technologies. More than 300 universities exist in Germany: from time-honored institutions offering students the classical repertoire of subjects such as Medicine, Law, English and German to innovative new institutions of higher education with inter-disciplinary study programs. To improve the range of opportunities for international students and to met their interests, German universities and colleges have begun to introduce courses with international perspectives. At last students can study for a bachelor's or master's degree in Germany. English is the language of instruction for the first few semesters in these international courses. Thus the international students can conveniently learn German without their studies getting hampered.
Jobbing between Lectures Foreign students may work in Germany, even without a work permit. But students who are not citizens of the European Union can only work for a limited period per year. Most students can do with a bit of extra income. But it should be no more than this, otherwise their academics are bound to suffer. It is important to note that DAAD scholarship holders who want to work as well as study must get a prior permission from the organization.

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