Germany: New Overseas Education Destination For Indians Students

By SiliconIndia  |   Thursday, 24 July 2014, 13:55 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Gaining educational knowledge is an essential part of our life. With growing globalization and a need to be on terms with global standards, the number of students going abroad for learning and gaining a foreign degree is drastically increasing, especially for a country like Germany. Following these developments there has also been a rise in student enrollment of more than 100 percent  in 5 years, reports M Ramya of TNN.
For increasing number of Indians, Germany has emerging as the most favored higher education destination as against some of the other overseas destinations like the U.S., UK and Australia. According to the latest details released by the German Academic Exchange Service, there has been 114 percent increase in the number of Indian students enrolling for higher education courses there since 2008.
Out of the above percent the number of student enrollment has increased from 3,516 in the 2008-09 academic year to 7,532 in 2012-13. And Germany, which has the fifth biggest Indian student population on campuses, has also broke the shekels by introducing courses in English and easing visa norms to allow students to look for jobs after completion of studies.
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