girafe, Author at Education Abroad Consultants
Students have to pay no or very low tuition fees at German universities. Living expenses are also comparatively low in Germany.
More and more course and programs are taught in English, which is widely and internationally spoken, and also taught as the second major language at most of the schools worldwide. Therefore, international students find it easy to study in Germany.
German institutes operate under the Bologna reform that ensures unified and international recognition of students’ qualification.
Universities and colleges in Germany are known for excellence in infrastructure and latest curriculum. Contemporary technology at the campus and diversified professional staff produces excellent leaders of various industries across the world.
Choosing to STUDY IN GERMANY is the right decision if you are looking for the best quality of higher education, bets research infrastructure, teaching methodology, low-cost studies and career prospect.
In order to fully appreciate life and study in Italy, you should be able to speak the Italian language. This will help you to get by in day to day situations and may also be important for your studies. Many programmes at Italian universities are taught in English, particularly business related courses, but most of the available courses are taught in Italian. You may need to pass a proof of language proficiency test before you can start your studies or are able to enrol. If your Italian is not great, there are many language courses offered to international students so you can improve your language skills whilst you study, or before you arrive in Italy.
The entry and visa regulations you need to complete to study in Italy will depend on several factors; first of which is your nationality. When it comes to your citizenship and visa requirements to study abroad in Italy: