Germany is not the most expensive country – consecutively studying in Germany is more affordable and convenient. Besides, it overflows culturally, historically, of beautiful nature, extracurricular activities, top universities and lecturers providing exceptionally useful skills and knowledge. The list has been extracted from the data from numbeo.com and the ranking is based on renting and utilities’ prices as the major factors to determine expenses! Referring to the determining factor: the simple reason why rent is the basis is that there are many discounts for students as far as tickets for entertainment and recreational events, clothing, food (Mensas), health insurance and others.
As far as public transportation, a monthly ticket payment is included in university’s semester payment which is symbolic, either way! The outrageous deal breaker of renting on your own is the acquired deposition in case of damages done; its value depends on the city you are staying in.
Five most expensive cities in Germany
- Frankfurt am Main
Munich is the 3rd largest city in Germany, and also one of the most expensive cities to live in. It is of great contrast, both a city-like and a provincial feel are incorporated, making it very interesting for students! Apart from its superb universities, another great attraction is the Oktoberfest, gathering millions of visitors from around the world to get enjoy German beer and celebrations!
2. Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt am Main is the 5th largest state in Germany. It is the most metropolis-like city in Germany and a center for business fairs as the German financial capital and one of the world’s most important financial centers! Frankfurt’s world-known universities attract a great number of students from all parts of the world!
Hamburg is the largest German city in size and being surrounded by water, makes for a perfect study place. It is not the cheapest city in Germany, but nevertheless, very attractive, specifically its recognized and awarded universities!
Düsseldorf is known as the ‘fashion capital’ because of its exuberant fashion industry and art scene! Art is very important and highly appreciated throughout the city. Düsseldorf has also become the location for advertising agencies and the second banking center, right after Frankfurt.
Former capital of Germany, Bonn strides in becoming a center for information-technology and medical research. Known as the birthplace of the prodigy – Beethoven – his house, turned into a museum is a very attractive spot to visit!