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    Dorcas Ebuara
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    Germany is known in Europe for its attractive features for Bachelor’s students: top study programs, low tuition fees (most times no tuition), affordable living costs, and excellent quality of life.

    If you do not speak German, or using the language at an academic level is a challenge, here is good news for you as your study journey is about to begin. Germany offers several English-taught Bachelor’s degrees for all international students, with numerous courses to choose from.

    Almost every discipline is studied in Germany. However, there are some popular ones where Local universities are renowned and highly appraised for shining in academic areas such as:

    • Bachelors in Engineering

    • Bachelors in Business & Management

    • Bachelors in Natural Sciences

    • Bachelors in Computer Science

    It is also important to inquire from the school to know if your ideal course is being offered there.

    The following are the best German universities that offer degrees taught in English, and mostly tuition-free:

    As mentioned earlier, all public universities in Germany are tuition-free for every international student, but you will only have to pay an administration fee of 100–350 EUR per semester and of course, also think about living costs, which usually range between 700 and 1,000 EUR per month – depending on the city that you live in. Check out this post on the cost of living in Germany to guide you.

    Studying in one of the English-taught Bachelors program available in Germany will make your academic life easier, it will also help you meet and hang out with other international students. When it comes to your daily activities, speaking a little German will go a long way, as the locals prefer using their native language. In order to make Germany your home, you should consider taking German classes. Click here for tips on how to learn the language.

    Do you have plans to study in Germany? Let me know if you are considering studying in any of the above-listed schools, or if you have any questions at all.

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