Study in Germany
Subject and place of study
While choosing a course of subject, you should consider different criteria and ask yourself the following questions: What am I interested in? What are my talents and preferences? What kind of plans do I have for my future? What do I want to do later? In what field do I want to work?
You should not focus only on your future chances in the job market, because without real interest and high motivation, the success of your studies declines as experience shows.
Meanwhile, there is a vast offer of subjects at the institutions of higher education. A first overview can be found at the homepage of the “Hochschulkompass”. It lists all institutions of higher education and all subjects and you can get the first important information there.
If you are interested in a special subject you can directly contact the international office of the chosen university. The contact details can also be found on the “Hochschulkompass”-homepage.
The best place for you studies depends on your preferences. You can find high quality education both in the big cities and in smaller ones. Many universities are well known for their reputation in a special subject. You can inquire this here.
How is social coexistence regulated within modern societies? What impact do macroeconomic factors such as inﬂation or unemployment have? What ﬁnancing and marketing strategies can ﬁrms use to open up new markets? From a theoretical and empirical perspective, students of business, economics and social sciences deal with the highly complex control mechanisms and mutual dependencies in the economy and society.
In many ﬁelds engineers trained at German universities are guarantors for the technological leadership of German industry in the global competition. Engineering degrees “Made in Germany” rightly have an excellent reputation internationally, because they provide tomorrow’s engineers with superb conditions for studying and for research. These include the outstanding technical facilities at the universities, the intensive cooperation with business enterprises and the incorporation of the universities in a network together with national and international scientiﬁc organisations.
Whether history or philosophy, American studies or education, the humanities are an important part of a lively academic culture at Germany’s universities. Their well diﬀerentiated range of courses, the intellectual diversity and the wealth of methods all contribute to the good reputation of the humanities internationally. Students and researchers also ﬁnd an excellent landscape of libraries, archives and museums in Germany.
Anyone opting to study medicine in Germany can expect challenging and at the same time fascinating studies. For medical training is embedded in an excellent research environment in the faculties of medicine and is closely linked with the professional medical care at the university hospitals. Modern teaching con-cepts bring the future doctors to the bedside at ever earlier stages in order to prepare them optimally for their profession.
Whether it is the quantum world of atoms, molecular components, mechanisms of life or cosmic structures of the universe – degree courses in mathematics and the natural sciences impart the know-how needed for investigating the phenomena of nature by combining theory and experiment. Anyone with analytical skills, who is able to think in a logical way and is inquisitive, determined and resilient, has the qualities required for understanding the laws of nature and perhaps for uncovering relationships that have so far remained hidden.