As the quarantine has extended our social lives have shrunk more. And with many of us around the world being advised to continue self-isolating for the time being, here are some interesting blogs you can keep yourself active. Ms. Drashti Soni, Sr. Admission Process Executive has written an instructive blog that talks about preferability of Germany for management study.
Enjoy the blog by Ms. Drashti Soni. With her experience of working with top business & management German universities, she gives wonderful insights.
Are you aware that nearly 4.5 million students are enrolled in a study program outside of their home country? That is quite a huge number! While that number is impressive, given that going abroad makes a student more independent because they get to study in a multicultural environment, it is also equally important for students to know the implications of studying abroad.
Choosing a country of own choice is not as easy as making a travel itinerary.
We have been consulting students for a long time and have seen great demand for studying in Germany especially Management Degree.
#1. Top-Class Education System
Germany, in a short period, has become one of the captivating study destinations for international students. And, the program that attracts the most international students from across the globe is Masters in Management. Germany is quite an interesting study abroad destination for many students worldwide. Now, studying management degree in Germany comes with numerous benefits and might just be the best choice for any student from the field of business. Germany has wonderful Management education, world-class business schools, numerous work opportunities and a very stable economy conducive for MBA aspirants. Germany is also Europe’s economic leader. Studying Management degree in Germany is, therefore, a rather attractive option for many students.
Moreover, Germany has a long and wealthy history, a bright and lively lifestyle mixing the modern and the classics, the urban and the rural which will immerse and make you love every second spent here. Not surprisingly, Germany is ranked among the world’s top destinations for international students. According to the latest official statistics, over 357,000 foreign students are seeking a university degree in Germany whereas the number is consistently increasing.
Germany has recently restructured its education system, getting up-to-date with the latest and most advanced teaching methods and techniques, hiring well-known professors from all around the world to teach their field of expertise. Getting a business degree in Germany could be one of the bright decisions you will ever make in your life and career.
#2. Engineering Students Can Study Management Degree
A days Degree in Management field is the best combination for the top career for engineering students. Studying for a business management degree allows you to develop a wide understanding of business organizations and provide subject-specific knowledge in areas such as markets, customers, finance, operations, communication, information technology and business policy and strategy. Germany, in a little time, has become one of the attractive study destinations for international students as Germany has outstanding Management education, world-class business schools, many work opportunities and a very stable economy conducive for Management aspirants. The course curriculum focuses on managerial science and teaches a basic and advanced version of subjects like accounting, finance, supply chain management, human resources, and international business and so on.
Reasons to study management course in Germany:-
Lowest Unemployment Ratio in Europe
A leader in Research & Development Investment
Great job Opportunities
Internationally acceptable degrees
Affordable Cost of living
Cultural and Historical Heritage
Travel Europe on a student Visa
#3. Best Job Opportunities For Management Students
The German economy is one of the three strongest worldwide and is still growing at a low unemployment rate (3.6%).
As an international student, they are allowed to take up part-time employment along with their studies while in Germany.
Normally, as per university norms, a student would not be allowed to work for more than 20 hours a week during term. However, students can take up full-time employment during vacations.
Students can work in Companies like Google, Microsoft, IBM, Mercedes-Benz, Bosch, Airbus Group.
Students from non-EU countries have to apply for a work permit, and their working hours are limited to 190 full days or 240 half days per year.
#4. Post Study Work Visa
International students who wish to take jobs after completing their courses get 18 Months job search visa during which student can look for jobs
Most of the International students like to stay back after completing their studies in Germany. A candidate has to apply for a new visa at the Foreigner’s Registration office and extend his or her visa before it expires. This can help them avail new work opportunities after studying in Germany.
Once the student gets the job then they can proceed to apply for EU blue card or German Resident Permit, this card helps to stay and work in multiple European countries.
If a student would like to settle in Germany, then they can apply for a settlement permit after receiving the Blue card.
We hope you like the blog. Like this blog, team Edugo Abroad sharing interesting content for our students so that they can have broad perceptive about their selection of courses & university choice. Edugo Abroad is one of the leading education consultant services in India through strong contact with German universities and guiding the students for their dream career. Get in touch with Edugo Abroad to pursue a course of your dream in the top institutes and as our expert team can guide you to secure admission in the best college and course.
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