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There’s a lot to think about when planning to study in a foreign country, such as, “How do I apply to become an exchange student of the TUM School of Management?”, “How do I enroll in courses?” or “How to find accommodation in Munich?” and “Do I need to speak proper German?”
To help you find the right answers to your questions, we have provided this overview with all relevant information.
According to a major British Council research, Germany is one of the best performers from 26 countries when it comes to national policies on openness to international mobility for students and academics: Germany has, alongside Malaysia, the most balanced portfolio of providing high-level support for international engagement, assuring a high quality of domestic and cross-border education.
The country counters potential negatives, such as brain drain, by providing fair access and sustainability in its international programs. Germany aims to host more than 350,000 foreign students by 2020 and is keen for them to stay on for work.
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