To study in Germany is a great idea. The level of education is very high and you have the possibility of learning German properly. Germany is one of the world's biggest exporters and an economic powerhouse.
There are many possibilities for financing study in Germany. Within the EU students can often get grants and loans from their home countries. This is the first thing you should check if you are intending to go to Germany and study.
The cost of living for a foreign student in Germany vary depending on where you study and, of course, on what you choose to do. According to a survey made by DAAD actual minimum costs vary between 400 and 1000 EUR per month. The most expensive place to study is Munich and the least expensive places are smaller towns. For most foreign students in Germany it is of great interest to find scholarship to boost income. There are many scholarships specifically for foreign students in Germany. These are both monetary and non-monetary. Non-monetary scholarships may offer free or low-cost living, free courses, workshops and such. A good source of information about German scholarship opportunities is <a href="http://www.daad.de">DAAD</a>. Apart from the scholarships found through DAAD there is also a great number of other scholarships. These are often sponsored by foundations, businesses, public organizations, political parties and social institutions. Grantinfo.eu has a comprehensive database with thousands of scholarships for both Germans and non-Germans studying in Germany.