German education (EU)

  • Education at German state universities is free (paid by the state using tax payer’s funds) but some universities have recently introduced a small fee of up to 100,00 euros per month
  • International students when properly enrolled in their main areas of study are allowed to work legally up to 20 hours a week and earn up to 20,00 euros an hour

US education (America)

  • The US Government, private and state universities hardly give any grants to foreign students
  • Foreign students pay the highest tuition fees compared to out of state or local residents
  • There is hadly any scholarships at american universities except of a few brilliant applicants
  • Work study is possible under very strict guidelines though it is very difficult to come up with sufficient funds to pay for fees, room and board.

Employer reimbursement

Employer reimbursement  Many employers will reimburse, in full or in part, students with advanced knowledge and training. For more information on employer reimbursement, please check with your human resources department or have us assist you in the process. At times employers are interested in assisting their employer by assuming the costs of education ahead of time. There are a multiple of foreign investing enterprise and other organizations who will invest in recruiting international staff and internationally skilled employers to better fit into the global market. GAI can assist with primary contacts to such employers on request.