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ITS Education Asia works with experts around the world to enhance opportunities for our students. We believe consultants on the ground in their home countries are often the best experts to help advise you about the courses you access. EMG are just such a group. Here are their highlights for studying in Germany and The Netherlands.

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WHY STUDY IN GERMANY

  • Germany has the largest university system in Europe
  • The academic quality of German institutions is recognized worldwide
  • Large number of study programs taught only in English, more than 1,100 allEnglish-language classes across numerous fields
  • Dual system of education; choice between studying at Universities of Applied Sciences and Research Universities
  • Universities of Applied Sciences focus on professional education and offer high rate of graduate employability
  • German universities attract international students from all over the world
  • No tuition fees at public universities. Students in Germany pay a fee to cover university administrative costs and to support student unions. This "semester fee" rarely exceeds $250, and in many cases it also covers the cost of books and public transportation.
  • Total monthly expenditure of $600-$700 in Germany — or $7,200 -$8,400 per year.
  • International students are allowed to work a total of 120 full or 240 half days per year. Students can generally earn 8354 euros per year tax free, i.e. they can hold a mini-job and earn 450 euros a month without paying taxes.
  • German universities have a quite good network with universities all over the world. Every year thousands of students have the opportunity to go abroad and spend some time in a different country, studying and living.
  • Great job opportunities
  • Staying in Germany after your studies for an additional 18 months to seek work
  • Germany is one of the most highly developed and efficient industrial nations and, after the USA, Japan, and China, has the world’s fourth largest national economy
  • With a population of 82 million Germany is the largest and most important market in the European Union

WHY STUDY IN THE NETHERLANDS

  • The Netherlands has the largest offer of English-taught programs
  • The academic quality of Dutch institutions is recognized worldwide
  • Many famous artists, scientists, philosophers and writers have come from the Netherlands
  • Dual system of education; choice between studying at Universities of Applied Sciences and Research Universities
  • Universities of Applied Sciences focus on professional education and offer high rate of graduate employability
  • Educational system is interactive, business-driven and it focuses on teamwork
  • Affordable tuition fees which are relatively low compared with the UK and the USA
  • Upon graduation, students are allowed to stay for additional 12 months and seek employment
  • Dutch institutions have good relations with foreign partner institutes and facilitate their students to engage in exchange programs and study tours
  • The Netherlands has very strong economy and has been playing an important role in the European economy
  • All famous European capitals are within easy reach: Paris, Berlin, Brussels and London
  • Amsterdam is the financial and business capital of the Netherlands and is the 5th busiest tourist destination in Europe with more than 4.2 million international visitors

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