Study in germany

Germany Statistics
Capital: Berlin Area: 357,021 km ² Climate: Temperate; winters and summers alike are fairly cool, with snow in the winter and rain the summer; occasional warm winds from the mountains Total Population: 82,329,758 (est. from July 2009) Languages: German


Type of Government: Federal RepublicIndependence Day: October 3, 1990 (Unity Day) GDP: $2,863 million (estimated from 2008) GDP – per capita (PPP): $34,800 (estimated from 2008)

Information for Foreign Students in Germany
In general, the property prices are quite high in the main German cities, especially in the central neighborhoods. Students usually chose between the WG (Wohngemeinschaft) and university housing. Finding a WG is fairly easy as there are many advertisements displayed on billboards located around the university and city. In addition, it is common to find spacious rooms in large apartments located near campus with all-inclusive prices ranging from 200-300€.

Cost of Living
The cost of living in Eastern Germany remains lower than in the West, including Berlin, although prices of certain products (primarily services) have long since overtaken those charged in the West. Apart from a rent between 190-207€, month expenses consist of expenses related to the university (30-40€) in addition to about 150€ for shopping and buying books and manuals. In regards to dining, the food is relatively cheap in most categories. A complete meal in a restaurant can vary between 2-3.5€.

Bank Account
It is recommended to open a German bank account at one of the banks that is a member of the Cash Group in order to avoid paying fees at each withdrawal from an ATM. Opening an account is free fairly simple. However, please keep in mind that a number of stores do not accept Visa cards and it will be necessary to pay in cash.

Most students choose to open a contract with a German telecommunications company in order to avoid being charged international fees on their personal portable phone. This is a particularly good idea as when purchasing a contract with a local operator, all of the calls made within an area of four square kilometres around the place of residence are free. Subscription packages are cheap as well, although sometimes termination can be problematic, so it is advised to make sure you choose a company that will meet your needs.

Health RequirementsFor a temporary stay in Germany, it is advised to have a European health insurance card.

The transportation network in Germany is very dense; the Berlinlinien Bus company ( is in partnership with a number of other European companies, allowing connections between 350 cities in Germany and Europe. Germany has one of the best road networks in Europe, but work in the East has slowed the pace considerably. An ideal way of getting around town is by bicycle.

Official Selection of the best Business Schools in Germany

5 Palmes Of Excellence - UNIVERSAL business school with strong global influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2017

University of Mannheim - Mannheim Business School

1 419‰

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

2 341‰

WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

3 302‰

4 Palmes Of Excellence - TOP business school with significant international influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2017

University of Cologne - Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences

1 240‰

ESMT - European School of Management and Technology

2 229‰

EBS Universität Für Wirtschaft Und Recht - EBS Business School

3 184‰

HHL- Leipzig Graduate School of Management

3 184‰

Goethe Business School - Goethe Universität Frankfurt Am Main

5 179‰

3 Palmes Of Excellence - EXCELLENT business school with reinforcing international influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2017

Tu München - Tum School Of Management

1 190‰

LMU München Munich School of Management

2 184‰

Humboldt-Universität Zu Berlin School of Business and Economics

3 179‰

ESB Business School - Reutlingen University

4 168‰

Freie Universität Berlin (FU Berlin) - School of Business and Economics

5 145‰

Business School Pforzheim - FH Pforzheim University

6 112‰

University of Münster School of Business and Economics

7 106‰

RWTH Aachen University School of Business and Economics

8 101‰

Universität Kiel - Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences

9 89‰

Universität Hamburg School of Business, Economics and Social Sciences

9 89‰

Universität Göttingen Faculty of Economic Sciences

11 84‰

Universität Bremen - Faculty of Business Studies and Economics

12 78‰

Universität Freiburg Faculty of Economics and Behavioural Sciences

12 78‰

Fh München University - Department Of Business Administration

14 73‰

Universität Tübingen Wirtschaftwissenschaftliche Fakultät

14 73‰

Th Karlsruhe University Department of Economics and Business Engineering

16 61‰

TU Dresden - Faculty of Business and Economics

17 50‰

Universität Passau Faculty of Business Administration and Economics

17 50‰

Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg - School of Business and Economics

19 45‰

Technische Hochschule Köln - Faculty of Business, Economics and Law

20 28‰

2 Palmes Of Excellence - GOOD business school with strong regional influence

Rank by Palmes league Dean’s recommendation rate 2017

European University Viadrina Frankfurt - Faculty of Business Administration and Economics

1 73‰

Fh Münster University - Münster School of Business

2 56‰

WFI - Ingolstadt School of Management, Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt

3 45‰

ZU - Zeppelin University

4 39‰

Universität Hohenheim - Faculty Of Business, Economics & Social Sciences

5 34‰

Universität Regensburg - Faculty of Business Economics & Information Systems

6 22‰

Universität Bayreuth Rechts Und Wirtschaftwissenschaftliche Fakultät

6 22‰

Gisma Business School

8 0‰

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