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Living in Germany

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  • How much is the cost of living in Germany?

    Livings cost will vary depending on your location and lifestyle. You will need around 850 euros, which covers your food, accommodation, clothing, and entertainment needs. Expect your monthly rental fees to be your largest expense during your stay. Depending on the location and the university you are staying in, accommodation would cost you somewhere between 210 to 360 euros.               
    University representatives are great resources to understand the cost of living in their school's city! Explore our partner schools here, and click "Send Inquiry" to get connected with your university representative.

  • Are there Filipinos living in Germany?

    As of December 2015, there are 21,000 Filipino citizens living in Germany. Most OFWs work as seamen, aboard German ships. A total of 622,544,000 USD has been sent back to the Philippines as remittances in the same year.

  • What is the lifestyle like in Germany?

    Germany is a highly diverse country. You can choose to live in a city or in the countryside. It is a country for people who love to live in a city, near nature, as well as healthy food and gourmet restaurants.

    Germans are said to be somewhat reserved in their interactions with others. This may be true but this is mostly in the case of elders and those who live in smaller towns. In larger cities or places with young people, you will find out that they are very friendly and welcoming of students from abroad.

    Whether you want to study in a large city or a quaint town, there are universities available in both scenarios.

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Schools in Germany

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Study in Germany

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Work in Germany

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