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WELCOME TO BERLIN STUDY GUIDE

There are many reasons why you should study in Berlin:

BECAUSE OF IT’S EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

The degrees from German universities are acknowledged all over the world and the experience of studying in a strong industrial nation as Germany is important and positive for the own future.

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BECAUSE OF TUITION FEE COSTS

Most German universities are financed by the state and government and just a small amount of their money comes from tuition fees. However these are quite low compared to other countries and at some universities there are no fees.

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BECAUSE OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT

The public transport is a perfect way to go to every place in the city you want to go and the costs are covered with the student card so you do not have to pay a ticket.

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BECAUSE IT IS A MULTICULTURAL CITY

More than 470, 000 people of non-German nationality from around 190 countries live in the 12 districts of Berlin. This makes Berlin one of Top Multicultural Cities in Europe.

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ABOUT BERLIN

Berlin is not only the capital city of Germany but at the same time the biggest city of the Federal Republic and the second largest city in the European Union in terms of its population and the fifth largest in terms of its area with over 892 square kilometers. At the moment there are living about 3.5 million people.

Europe’s most exciting & dynamic city.

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Europe’s most exciting & dynamic city.

Berlin is Europe’s most exciting and dynamic city. It is a major business and science location in the midst of a thriving cultural metropolis, making it a great place to live

Berlin is considered as Europe’s startup capital.

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Europe’s startup capital

Berlin is considered as Europe’s startup capital.

There are more than 2,500 public parks and gardens in Berlin, and almost a fifth of the city is covered with trees.

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GREEN CITY

There are more than 2,500 public parks and gardens in Berlin, and almost a fifth of the city is covered with trees.

ESPECIALLY APPEALING TO WOMEN ACADEMICS

Berlin has a higher percentage of women faculty than any other German state. And with a total of 2,883 professors – both men and women – Berlin also outnumbers most of Germany’s other states.