Education systems vary across the world; while some have a technology-based education structure, others are theory-based. This blog post revolves around the education structures of India and Germany.
The higher education institutes in Germany are highly acclaimed and accredited. According to the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), 6 of the top 100 and 18 of the top 200 universities worldwide are German. Three types of higher education institutes are present in Germany, which are:
Free education in Germany is available for German residents studying in public colleges and universities. This is because Germans believe that education should not be considered a commercial product and that free education helps in the economic growth and welfare of the country. This offer is also open to international students, but in order to avail this, they must possess German language proficiency. Otherwise, when looking for where to study in Germany you ought to take all your expenses into account such as accommodation, travelling, study material, health insurance and food.
Master’s programmes in Germany are either consecutive or non-consecutive. Consecutive master’s programmes follow on from a related undergraduate degree and usually do not cost much in terms of fees. On the other hand, non-consecutive programmes are focused on specialised areas of study. These programs charge fees and some universities even require professional experience as eligibility criteria.
If you wish to study in Germany, the Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) offers a variety of courses such as