The main evidence of the quality of higher education in Germany is the level of economy of this country. Realizing the profitability of investing in human capital, the local officials made most of the ZVO programs here conditionally free – students only need to pay for consumable training materials.
A semester at the University of Humboldt costs € 314.39. For example: the average cost of a semester at KNEU (without additional payments) is 408.3 €, and to compare the quality and liquidity of knowledge … well, you yourself understand. Continue reading
When we talk about education in Germany, many are surprised. After all, education is free there. Moreover, in Germany you can get an academic scholarship. Yes, for free education 🙂
And that makes sense. Studying in Germany is inexpensive. Living there is expensive.
The Germans believe that cultural diversity in educational institutions creates a better learning environment. That is why it is easier to enter German universities, and there is support from the state. Continue reading
Imagine a student who reads textbooks for 20 hours, takes classes and writes notes, and sleeps for the remaining 4 hours. After four years of living in this mode for another 3 months, you need to look for a job with a normal salary and eat oatmeal … Does not inspire? Then let’s talk about higher education in Austria. There it is the other way round – 2-3 days of classes per week, practice at enterprises and a diploma with which it is easy to build a career. What else is interesting in Austrian universities – we will find out right now. Continue reading