|Area:||357,168 sq km|
|Languages spoken:||Deutsche & German|
|Neighbour Countries:||France, Austria, Poland|
Major Business Sectors in Germany-
- Chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
- Energy and the environment.
- Financial services.
- Medicine and healthcare.
- Technology and innovation.
- Transport and logistics.
Benefits of being Resident of Germany:
- Free visa access to 27 countries of Schengen states
- Permanent Residence after 5 years
- Chance to live in Crime free and
- High class living standard
- Ample working & Business opportunities to work
- Social Securities benefits
- Free education to children upto Sr. Sec. level
Classes start from September/October
Registration period – May to July
Deadline to apply in Embassy – till 31st August
Classes start from January/February
Registration period – August to October
Deadline to apply in Embassy – till 31st December
- Germany has also absorbed a significant number of refugees from the former Yugoslavia.
- German is the main language spoken, although local German dialects can be prevalent.
- Germany’s climate is almost as varied as its countryside but is mostly temperate.
- German is a key language in the European Union.
- Germany is one of the most popular places of remarkable beauty and stunning splendor.
- Germany has more than 300 institutions of higher education that include 82 universities, 132 such institutions that offer shorter and practically oriented courses, and other institutions.
- Germany has a high turnout of foreign students as it offers a high range of study possibilities.
- There are 400 different courses of study that are offered by various institutions across the country.
- German Universities are autonomous and provide special emphasis on teaching and research.
- Has one of the lowest rates of youth unemployment in the world.
- Is a land of invention and innovation.
- Is a major industrial nation and one of the world’s largest economies.
- Three German cities are on the list of “the world’s ten most livable cities”: Dusseldorf, Munich and Frankfurt
- One-fourth of all of the inventions in the field of environmental technology that are registered with the European Patent Office come from Germany.
- Nearly half of all products manufactured by German companies find their way to customers in other countries, making Germany the world’s top exporter.
- German companies are highly competitive and they need ever-larger numbers of highly trained employees.
- There is a shortage of skilled workers in many sectors and professions in Germany.
- Some 5,000 jobs for physicians in German hospitals remain unfilled because of a lack of suitable applicants.
- There were more unfilled positions for engineers in Germany at the beginning of 2012 than ever before.
- As an engineer in Germany, you can expect to earn an annual salary up to 45,000 Euros in your first few years.
- Students are insured against risks such as illness and long-term care needs– when you have a job in Germany.