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QS System Strength Rankings 2016: #3 – Germany

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Those hoping to study in Germany can expect a range of institutions of all sizes, ages and specialties, including some of the most prestigious universities in Western Europe. The country offers affordable tuition fees, as well as a high quality of life, so it’s easy to see why Germany remains the world’s most popular non-English-speaking study destination.

Germany ranks third in the new QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings, but what are the areas of assessment in which Germany scores highest, and what does this mean for your study abroad adventure? Click through the slideshow below to get more information.

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Written by Joseph Birdsey
Jo is part of QS's social media team. He also writes content for the site, and holds a BA English degree from Goldsmiths, University of London.

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Hi i am abdu from eritrea live in germany and i would like to know the university that fits with my interest. Mean i'm graguate in chemical engineering and 2 year experience in lab analyser for petroleum products (petrochemical ) usingASTM 95 standards and operation.
So i would like to know the university that have petrochemical ,petroleum engineering or hydrocarbon processing in Germany.
I stop here until i get response.

hello,thierry from rwanda and i would like to know i can get a scholarship in germany in business.

Hi Thierry, please take a look at our list of scholarships to study in Germany.