Living in Germany gives you the chance to get a sense of the German lifestyle and mentality. By meeting and becoming friends with Germans, you'll see that Germany is a vibrant democracy with room for different opinions, ways of thinking and lifestyles.
To be an active part of society, it is important to be able to communicate in German. So, having at least a language proficiency of a B1/ B2 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is strongly encouraged.
You can find more important information (in many languages) about life in Germany and which may ease your arrival and life abroad here: Life in Germany
Our current trainees have compiled some more important information to make your arrival and life in Germany easier. You can download the document here.