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Germany is a popular destination for higher studies because of the following reasons:
German Universities give preference to profiles with the high and good academic records. For masters in Germany at Public Universities, you need to have at least 73% marks in the Bachelors's. However, for private universities, you can have around 65-73% of marks as well. For Bachelors, usually 90% and above is preferred.
Germany is known for providing free public education. However, there are semester contribution fee ranging between 100 euros-250 euros. Hence, it's a great destination to fulfil your dreams of studying abroad without much cost involved.
Yes, you can. Usually, as per university norms, a student would not be allowed to work for more than 20 hours in a week during term. Students, however, can take up full-time employment during vacations. Moreover, if you are a full-time student from outside of the EU, you will be limited to working up to 120 full days or 240 half days per year before you must apply for a work permit.
Yes. After completing your studies in Germany as an international student, you can apply for a residence permit to stay in the country and seek work for an additional period of 18 months. If you gain work in Germany within this time you should make sure that you extend your visa, residence or work permit to ensure you are living in the country legally.