5月 11, 2021 5:02 下午 #7889Hu Haopeng参与者
好处：1. 德国高校多，学生可以有更多的选择。2.教学和科研质量不错，且学校之间水平差距不大。3. 留学花费低：免学费，生活费8000欧到9000欧，按目前汇率折合人民币6万元左右每年. 4. 就业率高，与其他欧洲国家失业率较高，留学生较难找工作的情况相比，德国目前失业率在5%。 5. 生病受伤，学生保险100%负担。
坏处：1. 录取率较低，申请德国的同学很难拿到offer。2. 除了语言还要过APS审核，这是比较麻烦的过程。 3. 毕业较难，经济学和商科教育偏理论，对于数学和统计的要求较高，毕业论文至少要自己建模编程. 4. 除几个大城市外，生活不便利.
Pros and cons of studying in Germany:
Benefits: 1. With more universities in Germany, students can have more choices. 2. The quality of teaching and scientific research is good, and there is no big gap between schools. 3. Low cost of studying abroad: tuition-free, living expenses of 8,000 euros to 9,000 euros, equivalent to about 60,000 yuan per year at the current exchange rate. 4. The employment rate is high, compared with other European countries where the unemployment rate is relatively high, and it is difficult for international students to find a job. In contrast, Germany’s current unemployment rate is 5%. 5. If you get sick or injured, the student insurance is 100% burdened.
Disadvantages: 1. The admission rate is low, and it is difficult for students applying for Germany to get offers. 2. In addition to language, an APS audit is required, which is a cumbersome process. 3. It is difficult to graduate, economics and business education are partial to theory, and the requirements for mathematics and statistics are higher. At least you must model and program your graduation thesis. 4. Life is not convenient except for a few big cities.
5月 31, 2021 6:38 下午 #8758Oliver1参与者
The early benefits of studying in Germany may not be obvious, and it is notoriously difficult. But the benefits of studying in Germany for the future are unimaginable. Germany is famous for its engineering sciences and has many Fortune 500 companies in Germany. Colleagues who go to university in Germany can be linked to the research projects of many famous German research institutes or some of the world’s top 500 companies, and even graduation thesis can be written in the company while working. The benefits it brings to the future are immeasurable.
5月 31, 2021 9:13 下午 #8763
What are the advantages of studying in Germany? What I learned is that the German Study Abroad Association is tuition waived. But are there other advantages besides this? In addition, it is said that German is very difficult to learn, so are there any related programs taught in English for studying in Germany?
6月 4, 2021 9:52 下午 #9218yuangexu参与者
It costs relatively little
The distribution of educational resources is equal, the circulation of teachers is free, and the overall gap between colleges and universities is not large although there are several times.
Teaching quality, diploma content is guaranteed;
The dual education system gives overseas students more choices;
After graduation, there is a chance to find a job, which provides a channel for outstanding foreign students to stay in Germany for a long time or even to immigrate permanently.
1. German language proficiency is required for most majors
2. German bachelor’s degree is generally three years, master’s degree is generally two years, the cycle is more than that of British and American parents;
3. German colleges and universities have heavy tasks, high requirements, complex and diverse forms of curriculum setting, and need to fully independent planning, which makes it difficult for some foreign students to graduate;
4. The learning process will be more difficult if you can’t integrate into the group and interact well with the tutor;
6月 6, 2021 8:26 下午 #9535Botgeralt参与者
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6月 6, 2021 9:34 下午 #9590MZC-Warren参与者
Graduate students applying for German universities are not allowed to transfer majors, the degree of course matching is high, German is not easy to learn, and the application cycle is long and complicated (compared to the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia). These are the main drawbacks. The advantages are also obvious. The mechanical major is the best major in Germany, as well as in the world. Germany has Dresden. The graduates of many excellent industrial universities such as Brunswick and Karoo are recognized and respected by well-known companies all over the world, and the prospects are equally broad.
6月 8, 2021 7:55 下午 #9815Stefan Shang参与者
The pros and cons of going to college in Germany
1. Pro: Free tuition
Let’s start with the biggest pro. Part of the reason we love college in Germany so much is that most colleges don’t charge tuition. Pinch yourself, because you’re not dreaming! Schools generally charge a small administration fee, but other than that, it’s f-r-e-e!
2. Pro: The views!
Germany has a bit of everything! The landscape itself is gorgeous and varied. From miles of spectacular coastline to the majestic and mountainous Alps and the deep forests in between (over a third of Germany is covered in the forest!), you’ll never find yourself bored with outdoor views in Germany.
3. Con: The airfare
Flying to Germany is the first step to going to college there, but it can be a hard step to take with airline prices these days. Depending on the month and day of travel, a one-way trip to Germany costs upwards of $1,000!
4. Con: Learning German can be difficult
Living abroad can be made more difficult by a language barrier. And German is a dang difficult language to learn! With three gender choices for nouns, verbs that are separated and placed throughout the sentence, and sounds that are awkward to pronounce, learning German can feel impossible.
Here is the link for more information: https://www.goabroad.com/articles/degree-abroad/going-to-college-in-germany-pros-and-cons
飞往德国是在那里上大学的第一步，但现在的机票价格可能是一个艰难的步骤。根据旅行的月份和日期，前往德国的单程旅行费用高达 1,000 美元！
6月 10, 2021 4:01 上午 #9923Sheldon Feng参与者
German schools are strong in engineering, and Germany is also an ideal place to live in the future.
6月 10, 2021 4:11 上午 #9924Sheldon Feng参与者
Studying in Germany also has some disadvantages, such as the application of German schools is more difficult, some small and medium-sized cities in Germany transportation is not so convenient.