If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart. — Nelson Mandela
German is a fantastic language to know in today’s international job market. Learning it opens doors to a host of fields including, but not limited to, engineering, science, mathematics, technology, medicine, and law. You can have a truly global career if you learn German.
European Union Language
German is the most commonly used language in the European Union. The German language is also used officially in Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland.
Science and Research
German is the second most commonly used language in scientific and research communities. Germany is the third largest contributor to research and development and offers research fellowships to scientists from abroad.
The global career
Knowledge of German increases your job opportunities with German and foreign companies in your own country and abroad. Proficiency in German helps you to function productively for an employer with global business connections. Berlin is a hot spot for entrepreneurs. There are also employment openings in the tourism and hospitality industries as, for example, a translator, an interpreter, and a German language teacher.
German is the gateway to a world-class FREE higher education
Many Universities, particularly Public Universities, provide free education with zero tuition fees. Learning German allows you to take advantage of this.
Learning German will boost your career opportunities
Germany is known to be one of the most economically robust and financially stable countries. This makes it attractive to companies from all over the world to expand or set up their businesses there. Consequently, they look for German speakers. In fact, if you name any major international corporation, it will very likely have some affiliation with Germany. But most importantly, German powerhouses like BMW (automobiles), Volkswagen (automobiles), Adidas (sports), Lufthansa (aviation), Suse and SAP (software) are all established around the world.
Grow your business!
Perhaps you already have a business (or are working for one) that is flourishing in your local market. If you desire to expand to your business, Germany offers you a potentially vast market. The first three years of a new business is tax free in Germany. Within three years you can become a Permanent Resident.