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Germany is among the best countries in the world in terms of education. Besides the fact that German public universities offer thousands of degree courses and do not charge any tuition fees for its high-quality education, students can also benefit from thousands of degree courses, as well as the scholarship options available in the country. In fact, there are over 2, 000 different scholarships in Germany that both domestic and international students from all degree levels can apply for. Some of the scholarships are designed to support students with excellent academic results, while others aim at helping students with financial problems, who are not able to cover their expenses in Germany. There are government-funded as well as non-government and university-specific types of scholarships. Not only local students, but international ones can also benefit from the hundreds of scholarships available in Germany and one of the most common ones is the Deutschland stipendium (Germany Scholarship Program). It provides financial support to students with excellent academic results from all around the globe, no matter the country. The scholarship is available to foreign students from all the universities in Germany and does not consider a student’s personal or their parents’ income. Also, EU or EEA exchange students in Germany can get scholarships from the ERASMUS-program which can cover up to seventy percent of the monthly expenses a student will have in Germany. Some of the scholarships in the country can even cover one’s travel, food expenses, and health insurance. However, it is important for students to inform in advance about the different type of scholarships and the exact requirements because the earlier one starts the application process, the higher chances he has to receive a scholarship.

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