Germany is the most populated country in Europe, with neighbours Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, The Czech Republic and Poland. Germany is a member of world bodies such as The United Nations Organisation, the European Union, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development(OECD), G7 and the G20. In several industrial and technological sectors, it has remained world leader for decades. In spite of being a cloudy country, it is the largest producer of solar energy. It is a developed country with a very high standard of living. Berlin is the capital city. Euro is the currency.
German universities are among the best in the world. From business to technology, medicine to engineering, Literature to Philosophy, every stream is exhaustive and the course is updated to meet the market requirements to give the student the cutting edge. The student is groomed to undertake employment in real world scenario during this period. The emphasis on practical aspect of studies adds competitive edge to the calibre of the student. Germany is a place where students from different cultural and ethnical backgrounds come to study. This broadens the mindset of the students and since it is a developed country, gives the student the firsthand practical knowhow on a variety of subjects, which come to use when dealing with a real-life employment or business scenario.
The Black Forest in Germany is one of the rare natural wonders that a student gets to visit during his stay. Germany is also a country with many architectural marvels, notably Neuschwanstein, which is a castle, the Historic Port of Hamburg and Miniatur Wunderland. One common ingredient that is used in almost every German dish is the potato. Different kinds of cakes and tarts are common, and although Apple Strudel, which is the national dish of Austria, is also commonly found here.
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