Study abroad in top universities in Germany with ISA
With GUSA (German University for Study Abroad), ISA has been an important part of the process of international integration by helping Vietnamese students study abroad at prestigious colleges and universities in Germany. This helps Vietnamese students get access to high-quality training programs at the world’s best schools.
ISA has designed a methodical and precise path to studying at a German university. It is also the shortest bridge that can help Vietnamese students realize their dream of going to a top university in Germany to study abroad.
Why study abroad in Germany?
High-quality training programs
Every year, more than 200,000 international students choose to study abroad in Germany. This is because German universities have some of the best training and research programs in the world.
Diverse fields of study, practice-oriented curriculum
In Germany, students can choose from more than 12,500 study programs that focus on real-world experience. This even makes it easier for them to become entrepreneurs. Thus, Germany now says that it is the home of more than 70% of scientific discoveries. With up to 26,000 patents registered with the European Copyright Office, this makes Germany a scientific powerhouse in Europe.
Safe and friendly country
Germany has one of the best economies in the European Union and is thought to be one of the safest places in the world in terms of social security and political stability. Thus, it is the ideal living and learning environment for students.
It’s no secret that low tuition rates are a major selling point for international students. The annual cost of attending university for non-European students is no more than 3,500 euros. In addition, compared to other European nations, Germany’s cost of living is relatively affordable. For living expenses, including rent, food, clothing, health insurance, school costs, textbooks, paperwork, etc., students will need roughly 850 euros per month.
Free travel in Europe
Germany is a member of the Schengen Area. This means that if you have a German student visa, you can enter other Schengen countries without a visa. Furthermore, German is the most common native language on the European mainland, so learning it can help you meet new people, make new friends, and travel to new places.
The Schengen Area is made up of 28 countries. Individuals with visas for these nations can freely travel across other countries without having to go through border controls or other formalities.
Open career opportunity
International students are permitted to work part-time in Germany for up to 20 hours per week or 120 days. It is estimated that more than 60% of international students now work part-time while studying in Germany. Therefore, you might want to think about working part-time while you’re in school as it is a rare opportunity.