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GERMANY AT A GLANCE

Norway currently has 9 universities, 8 university colleges and 5 scientific colleges owned by the state. Norway also has a large number of private higher education institutions receiving public funding.

In recent years, Norway has repeatedly been ranked as ‘the best country to live in’ by the United Nations Human Development Report. This annual ranking is based largely on average levels of education and income, combined with life expectancy, but also factors such as human rights and cultural freedom. Norway is also rated high for its literacy rate, educational levels and material wealth. In addition, Norway has one of the best welfare systems in the world, making sure that people who are unemployed or unable to work are given support so that they can lead dignified lives. Norway also has one of the lowest crime rates in the world.

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Here are a few examples of areas where Norway stands out:

Norway is ranked #1 on the Human Development Index (2015), and has been “the best country in which to live” more than 10 times according to the United Nations Development Programme (Human Development Reports)

Norway is ranked in the top 5 of the countries with the highest performing graduates:

Ranked #1 among residents who say they feel safe in their country

Ranking 3rd in using ICTs to improve educational learning outcomes:

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ECONOMIC STRENGTH

Norway, with its population of just over 5 million, is one of the three Scandinavian countries. It is ranked as one of the best countries to live in and has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. All the more reason to Study in Norway!

Norwegians pride themselves on having an innovative workplace; we believe that flat organisations, a competent workforce and egalitarian values stimulate innovation.

Norway is known worldwide as a peaceful and safe democratic country that favours equality. Norway is also known to offer a high quality of life in many aspects.

The most NOT relevant question for prospective new students going to Germany: “What is the best university in Germany?”

But if you are a German graduate you can simply answer: Made in Germany!

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Opportunity to work in Germany after graduation

Finally, after studying in Germany, you’ll have the chance to stay on and seek work after you graduate. The law allows international graduates to stay for an additional 18 months to seek work, and you may even end up staying longer, if that is what you wish.

Germany entices its students to stay, after their study completion, with its high-paying and secure job market. A whopping 50 percent of international students remain in the country to serve the German workplaces.

In contrast to Britain, which is very stingy, it gives permission to work visas for graduates. If you are a German graduate and have good quality then you have a great opportunity to have a career in Germany: to become a World Player in Global Fighting! Understand and breathe in Multi National German companies and understand what professional dedication means and quality!

69.2% of International Students Prefer to Stay in Germany After They Finish Their Studies, Survey Reveals

Non-EU students can apply for an 18-month residence permit as a jobseeker. During these 18 months, you may take up any kind of employment to support yourself and fund your job search. If you have already found a job that corresponds to your qualifications before graduating, you can jump this step. You can apply for your residence permit as soon as you have passed your final exam.
As soon as you have a job offer which corresponds to your qualifications, you can choose whether you want to apply for a German residence permit or an EU Blue Card for the next part of your stay.
Various conditions are attached to both these residence permits. Depending on what you are planning to do in the future, either the German residence permit or the EU Blue Card can be advantageous for you. If you intend subsequently to live and work in another EU state, the EU Blue Card may be more advantageous for you than the German residence permit. As the choice of residence permit largely depends on your personal situation, get the advice of your local foreign nationals’ registration office when you apply.

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LANDSCAPES AND CITIES

The landscapes of Germany are diverse and charming. On the North and Baltic Seas, there are island chains with long sand dunes, swaths of heath and moorland. Dense forests and medieval castles are situated in the rolling mountains of central Germany. And in the south, the Alps with their sparkling lakes rise above the lowlands. This is where Germany’s highest peak, the Zugspitze, towers at almost 3,000 metres above sea level.
Besides studying, you have the chance to live and explore one of the world’s most developed countries and its unique culture, history and landscape
Germany has a wide quantity of pastime activities centers like opera houses, movie theaters, multiplexes, food and beverage outlets, museums, monuments with impeccable architecture, discotheques et cetera.
Germany is home to beaches, mountains, rich medieval heritage, pacing metropolises and nature that just won’t quit. Visiting other countries in Europe from Germany is not only easy but quite affordable too. One can easily plan a weekend trip to Paris, Prague, and Rome etc. and be back in time for the lectures

Opportunity for Traveling

This one is one of the most frequent reasons when someone is asked why choosing college abroad. The excitement of visiting many tourist attractions in a country is a pleasant moment. Especially if you choose to study in Europe where you can visit neighboring countries when the holidays arrive.

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In contrast to Germany, tuition fees are relatively cheap, which is 6 million per semester. We can calculate, the assumption of tuition fees that must be incurred from the beginning of entering equalization school, entering university, until graduating from college, which is around 50 million. The cost per semester includes transportation costs in the city for 6 months. So you don’t need to buy more tickets to take the bus, tram, or train to campus during college, just show your student card.

The cost of living in Germany is quite low compared to other European countries. For the cost of living a student per month which is around 9 million. Other European countries, the cost of living is around 10 – 11 million. Another advantage of studying in Germany is that, in the 2nd or 3rd year, students can work part time while studying. For example, students work 2-3 times a week, or work only on weekends. Salaries for part-time students range from 400 to 450 euros (about 7 million). So you can reduce the burden on parents for living expenses during college and also can add to your experience of working internationally with workers from various countries.

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In Germany, the University is not a Center of Excellent like in the United States of America. In Germany the investment in education is divided into 3 things, the process of transfer of knowledge at Univ, the research process in research institutions such as the Max Planc Institute or the Frauenhofer Institute, then the practical process in German companies.

While in the USA, all of them are centralized in Univ. So comparing the US Union with Germany is a misguided comparison. Because the University only weighs 30-40% to educate a scientist in Germany. Unlike in the UK / USA where students are only on campus and on campus, students in Germany study on campus, research at research institutes and practicums in companies.

In Germany a lecturer takes a Masters for 4 semesters, at least 1 to even 2 semesters he can work in a company project to really know what the real world is. In Amrik, the top MBA that only works 3 months apprenticeship, has been written everywhere as an industry-related concept. If in Germany it’s normal.

A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradisematic country, in which roasted parts of sentences

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After finishing college and returning to Indonesia, German alumni can submit HELP from the German government in the form of transport and ticket assistance, book assistance, salary assistance and work equipment assistance that can reach 10,000 €

4: For graduates, the ZAV Program is available, namely the German Government’s cooperation with the Indonesian Government. Job seek plus plus subsidies of 600 Euros / month to 2 years in addition to the honorarium you receive from the Indonesian government.

The requirement to join this ZAV Program is that you have to graduate from college. Then there is a list of job offers available on the website. Once you are accepted and administrative procedures are fulfilled, there are already institutions in Indonesia that are ready to accept you without having to be in your homeland carrying a job application folder and finding work first. Is it true that the pride of German graduates has become unemployed first? Graduates from other state universities are unemployed. But German graduates are unemployed? What does the world say? !!!

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No doubt, tuition fees in Indonesia are also increasingly expensive at this time. Let’s try to compare how expensive it is to study in Germany with Indonesia and other developed countries like America, England, or Australia.

According to the data, the average cost that must be spent to study in Indonesia from the initial entrance fee, tuition fees per semester, to college graduation is 150 million – 200 million. The cost per semester averages 5 million to 15 million, depending on public or private universities. Students must also pay for the daily transportation costs.

Likewise in other developed countries such as in the United States, Britain or Australia, the average tuition fee is 150 million to 200 million per year. These three countries can be called countries with the most expensive education costs in the world. The cost of living there is also very high, the average student there has to spend a minimum of 25 million for apartment rental fees, meal costs, transport costs, and health insurance costs

 

Why Norway?
As a knowledge nation, Norway has a great need for people with high level professional skills, and it is an overall goal for the government to achieve quality education for Norwegian and international students.Our educational system is based on the principle that everyone should be able to get an education regardless of their social background.

Norway currently has 9 universities, 8 university colleges and 5 scientific colleges owned by the state. Norway also has a large number of private higher education institutions receiving public funding.

In recent years, Norway has repeatedly been ranked as ‘the best country to live in’ by the United Nations Human Development Report. This annual ranking is based largely on average levels of education and income, combined with life expectancy, but also factors such as human rights and cultural freedom. Norway is also rated high for its literacy rate, educational levels and material wealth. In addition, Norway has one of the best welfare systems in the world, making sure that people who are unemployed or unable to work are given support so that they can lead dignified lives. Norway also has one of the lowest crime rates in the world.

Why Norway?
Norway, with its population of just over 5 million, is one of the three Scandinavian countries. It is ranked as one of the best countries to live in and has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. All the more reason to Study in Norway!

Norwegians pride themselves on having an innovative workplace; we believe that flat organisations, a competent workforce and egalitarian values stimulate innovation.

What’s special about Norway?
Norway is known worldwide as a peaceful and safe democratic country that favours equality. Norway is also known to offer a high quality of life in many aspects. Here are a few examples of areas where Norway stands out:

Norway is ranked #1 on the Human Development Index (2015), and has been “the best country in which to live” more than 10 times according to the United Nations Development Programme (Human Development Reports)
Norway is ranked in the top 5 of the countries with the highest performing graduates: OECD Education at a Glance 2016
Ranked #1 among residents who say they feel safe in their country
Norway is among the top 3 countries in gender equality:World Economic Forum, Global Gender Gap Report, 2016
Ranking 3rd in using ICTs to improve educational learning outcomes: World Economic Forum, Global Information Technology Report, 2015