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Great Britain: www.studieren-in-england.de
More than 15,000 Germans study in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland.
Liechtenstein is interesting for Master’s students.
More than 20,000 Germans study in the Netherlands.
Austria has the largest number of German students studying abroad.
Czech Republic: www.studieren-in-tschechien.de
The USA are no. 1 outside of Europe with approx. 10,000 German students.
A popular country for German students is China!
Turkey’s popularity is growing among German students.
Australia and New Zealand
New Zealand: www.in-neuseeland-studieren.de
South Africa: www.studieren-in-suedafrika.de