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Living and studying in Germany

Living and studying in Germany

One of the concerns of the people of the country today, especially the students of immigration and continuing their education in the world's leading countries. Many students want to study for free in Europe and at world-renowned universities, which few countries, such as Germany, have made possible. In addition to the many benefits of free education, Germany has made itself one of the best student destinations. Germany is one of the most industrialized countries in Europe and is located in the heart of the continent, where many students emigrate every year. Other reasons why applicants choose Germany include the quality of its education, the appropriate German job market after graduation, English and German, and so on. On the other hand, people who complete their education in Germany can easily find a job in Germany and get a permanent residence permit by finding a job in this country. In this article, we are going to give you a brief introduction to living and studying in Germany so that friends who want to immigrate to Germany can get acquainted with details such as the cost of living, the education system, general rules, language and culture.

Introducing Germany

Germany (German: Deutschland means the Land of the People) is the official name of the Federal Republic of Germany, the international name of Germany, with the capital Berlin located in central and western Europe. It is also the most populous country in Europe with eighty-two million people. It is the seventh largest country in Europe and the 62nd largest in the world, with sixteen states, the largest of which is Bavaria or Bavaria and the smallest of which is Bremen. It should be noted that most foreigners and immigrants live in the states of Hamburg, Hessen, Berlin, Baden-Wمrttemberg.

Germany has cold winters and hot summers, but spring is extremely beautiful. If you go to Germany in the spring and summer, count on the high price of everything, and if you plan to travel in the fall, don't forget your umbrella, and if you go in the winter, don't forget your ski pole. The relative similarity of the climate of southern Germany with Iran makes living in Germany more pleasant for us Iranians.

After World War II, Germany was divided into eastern and western parts. By 1990, they had reunited and the Federal Republic of Germany was formed. The Federal Republic is governed by the Constitution. At the head of the government is the president, who is elected by the federal assembly, but the prime minister, who makes political decisions, is the prime minister. In Germany, each state has its own government, flag and constitution, and is largely autonomous.

Germany has great scientists such as Albert Einstein, Heinrich Hertz, Wilhelm Rونتntgen, Friedrich Gauss, Robert Koch and others. . . It has been and is that these scientists have been able to win 103 Nobel Prizes by 2010 so that they can be ranked third in the world after the United States and the United Kingdom. The German Physical Society is also the largest physics association in the world

But interesting things about Germany

It is illegal to run out of fuel on the highway.
Rewarding the waiter is equivalent to 15% of the food price of the German people.
In the last 30 years, about 2,000 schools have been closed due to lack of students.
If you jokingly greet someone militarily, you have to go to prison for 3 years.
Since 2014, Germany has abolished university tuition fees for all students, even foreigners.
Don't joke with them about Hitler! The Germans are still ashamed of Hitler's behavior and the support of his people for him.
East and West Germany are still very different in space photography because of the lights used on the streets.
In Germany, anyone who wants to escape from prison, and even if they do, will not be punished, because they believe that the desire for freedom is part of every human being.
The cost of living in Germany

According to Numbeo, the cost of living in Germany is as follows. The data is based on 3,2711 reports from 1,009 reporters over the past 18 months. It should be noted that the data announced by this website for each country is based on the average reports in all cities in that country.

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