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Germany had tradition of higher educations from long, and is known for having universities areoldest of the world, like Heidelberg university (est. in 1386), Leipzig university (1409) and soon. Most of the universities are public institutions, student traditionally study without feepayment. However, there are number of exceptions, the college and the subject tuition feesacademic education is open to student from other places. In 2014, Germany was reported to bethe world’s third leading destination for internal studies.LanguageGermany’s official language spoken is Germany is German. The standard German is a Western
INB 4500 International Business and Culture ExperienceGermany Language which is closely related to Low German, Dutch, Afrikaans, Frisian andEnglish. Most of the words came from the Germanic branch of Indo-European language, veryrarely words are brought from the Latin and Greek but German is written using the Latinalphabets.The traditional citizens are traced back to the Germanic tribes which are divided into manyGerman level like their lexicon, phonology and syntax. It is one of the 24 official languages ofthe European Union and one of the three languages in the European Commission. German is themostly spoken language in the European Union where more than 100 million native speakers.There are some small minority languages in Germany spoken which are Danish, Low German,Low Rhenish, Sorbian, Romany and Saterland Frisian but their also been protected by theEuropean Charter for Regional or Minority Language most of these language is used by theimmigrant special. 67% of the German says that they are able to communicate at least in oneforeign languages and other 27% in at least two.ReligionIn 1971 Germany was only about two-thirds was Protestant and one-third was Roman Catholicwith a notable Jewish minority, there were other small culture but didn’t get any demographicsignificance and culture impact. Germany lost all of its Jewish during Holocaust. By 1945 thereligion makeup changed where the Germany become more into religiously expand and the EastGermany became into irreligious in state policies, these continue till the reunification in 1990.
INB 4500 International Business and Culture ExperienceGeographically, Protestantism is more stayed in the northern, central and eastern parts of thecountry whereas the Roman Catholicism is more stayed in the south and west area.31.7% of the full population are Protestants in which included the Evangelical Church inGermany 30.8% and the free churches with 0.9% other than that the 31.2% are the RomanCatholics, the orthodox believers that 1.3% and other religion are 2.7%. According to 2016 thecatholic church and the evangelical church are 28.5% and 27.5%.Islam is the second largest religion in Germany in which 2011, 1.9% of the religion is Islam. By2011 and 2015 the Muslim population which rise up to 1.2 million due to immigration. Otherreligion are in less in Germany population and Buddhism with 0.3% and Judaism 0.2% andHinduism with 0.1%. All other religious community is fewer than 50,000 each.

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