08

Apr'19

Cover letter for German Family Reunification Visa

Third-country nationals who are legally residing in Germany can bring over their spouse or registered partner in Germany if they both fulfill some conditions. To be able to obtain the spouse visa, the applicant must provide a cover letter stating the exact purpose of the visa application. Below you will find a sample cover letter that was used for German Family Reunification Visa in Bangalore Consulate, India. Personal Cover Letter …

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14

Mar'19

What to do if I lose my German visa or Blue Card?

If you lose your German visa/ EU Blue Karte or electronic residence permit (eAT), you are required to do the following. Immediate Steps Report the theft to the police. If you’re residing in Berlin, you can report to Police online by clicking on this link. If you’re outside Germany, report it to the local police. Make sure you have a copy of the report with you all the time. This …

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08

Feb'19

Study Bachelors Engineering in Germany

Germany is one of the best study destinations, especially if you want to Study Bachelors UG Engineering. There are so many reasons why you should look to make at one of the engineering colleges of Germany. It is not only one of the most affordable countries for students and job seekers; it always welcomes young international students with both arms. Germany is one of the powerhouses of the world when …

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23

Jan'19

Consultants selling Visa Appointments for Germany

Germany is slowly becoming one of the biggest destinations for Indians looking to continue their studies or to secure a job. Students and job aspirants from India are giving priority to Germany over other countries is the ease at which they can get to this part of the world. There are many aspects of Germany keeping it different than most of the abroad destinations. The German people are very supportive …

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18

Jan'19

IT Job in Berlin without the German Language

Are you looking to have a great career in the IT sector in one of the finest cities in the world? Do you have it in you to make to the historical yet modern city of Berlin?  Are you looking to improve your standard of living?  If your answer is yes, there is something very important for you. Doesn’t matter what’s your reason to leave your loving country and to …

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28

Dec'18

MS in Germany – Do Students find a Job in Germany after graduation

I have been asked this question several times, ‘do students find a job in Germany after finishing masters in Germany?’. I wish the answer was as simple as ‘yes’ or ‘no’. Here is my honest opinion on finding a job in Germany after finishing university in Germany. Full disclosure: I’m neither a consultant nor work for any consultancy. I have no stakes involved in encouraging or discouraging you to come to …

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28

Dec'18

Obtaining a German driving license – driving license

A driving license (license in German) is an official document permitting a specific individual to operate one or more types of motorized vehicles in the EU / EEA and some other countries. Driving in Germany is fun. This post gives information about obtaining a new German driving license for anyone living in Germany (EU citizen or from outside).  The main categories of driving license in Germany are shown in the table below. A …

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25

Dec'18

Germany Job Seeker Visa 2019

If you are seeking cross-cultural experiences and wish to pursue a career in your field of interest in a foreign country, Germany might just be there on your list.  It has tons of industries which are growing exponentially every single day. With this immense growth ratio, Germany is looking out for skilled professionals. They are offering well-paid jobs to those who deserve it, be it be a foreign candidate or …

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11

Dec'18

Difficulties one face studying in Germany

Rather than saying it dark sides of MS in Germany I will call it difficulties one face during his/her MS in Germany. I have seen the list of persons who are following these particular question are Indian. As an Indian, I will highlight that particular section too. In Deutschland spricht man Deutsch Back home we were used to speaking in English with our colleagues and friends at the university as …

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30

Nov'18

Top 11 reasons to study in Germany

The first question one would face is: which country should he/she select? Choosing a country to study is not an easy task. Four years ago, I was faced with this question, and I selected Germany for my further studies. Based on my experience, I am going to help you make a decision on why choose to study in Germany. Germany is one of the most popular destinations among international students in …

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19

Oct'18

Finding Accommodation In Germany Is Not So Easy

The struggles of finding a new home are always pretty rough, and Germany comes at the top of the list when we talk about accommodations for students. Germany has 2 insane and extreme versions of apartments which entail furnished, which will be way above your budget definitely and unfurnished, which means LITERALLY UNFURNISHED WITH ZERO AMENITIES. If you are thinking it might give you the basic things like cabinets, closets, …

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04

May'18

What Does It Cost to Study in Germany

The question “And what does this cost?” is one of the first questions one is asking or is being asked by parents when their children want to study abroad. Not only a whole degree abroad but also a single term can include costs that wouldn’t be there in the home country. The first point of the costing as imaginable would be tuition fees. In Germany however, there are no tuition …

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23

Feb'18

Transitioning into your new life abroad

The ups and downs of transitioning into your new life abroad Studying abroad is an amazing yet challenging opportunity. It is easier to prepare for the fun and adventure than the obstacles. In an attempt to better prepare students for the trials that come with studying abroad, my program provided an introduction packet. It gave general facts and information on the specific country as well as what to expect when …

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31

Jan'18

Study Abroad Challenges For International Students from India

Study abroad experience was a great experience for me. I learned a lot and had some great memories. But, you should not make the mistake of assuming that it will be all rosy. At times, it will be hard and emotionally taxing. But believe me; you will come out as a stronger and more confident person. It’s all about getting out of your comfort zone, express yourself, have fun, and …

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13

Nov'17

Choosing College and Easy Funding tactics for international students

“Did you know that worldwide, almost 63% percent of graduate students receive funding or financial assistance in the form of grants, loans, scholarships, school program assistance etc.” If you are preparing for Graduate school or are joining one and are worried about the financial costs and implications, please read on and evaluate the different methods you can follow to get financial assistance to study in your dream college. 1.  Look …

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26

Oct'17

How to Choose the Right Career Path – The Study Abroad Dilemma

Choosing the right career path could be a confusing and overwhelming task for the majority of students. While people might tell you to pursue your passion, that could be a very vague advice at times. Few people might also tell you to choose a career path that’s trending. But again, that could be a very risky decision. So, how to choose the right career path? In this post, I will …

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23

Oct'17

Part Time Job Opportunities in Germany for International Students

There are many ways for international students in Germany to earn money while they study, for example as wait staff, academic assistants or private tutors. But there are some restrictions. Rules for students Students from the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland enjoy unrestricted access to the German labour market and have practically the same rights as German students. However, if they work more than 20 hours per week they must …

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11

Oct'17

PostGrad is brutal. What is the most useful life hack in studying?

German college is brutal. Here’s how it works: You show up the first day, then the professor dumps 800 slides and a ton of materials on you. After that, class attendance isn’t mandatory, so naturally, you don’t go. At the end of the semester, you have to take one big ass exam that makes up 100% of your grade. *last night pre-exam cramming deluxe here we go* If you’re like …

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27

Sep'17

Top 5 Ways to Limit Homesickness While Abroad

Let’s not beat around the bush – sooner or later homesickness may affect everyone while abroad. Students may sometimes wish they were back home, wish they could eat at their favorite restaurant or wish they could go out with their friends and family. Homesickness is usually caused by unfamiliarity with new surroundings. Everything is so new and different in your study abroad location, and sometimes you just don’t know what …

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22

Sep'17

How Study Abroad Experience Shaped Up My Career Development and Progression

You might have come across several articles on Why Study Abroad, Benefits of Studying Abroad or How Study Abroad Will Help Your Career. Here is my own story on How Study Abroad Experience Shaped Up My Career Development and Progression. If you are a study abroad aspirant, or thinking if study abroad is worth or not, I hope you will find this post useful. Below are top 10 ways in which my study abroad …

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15

May'17

Best way to Send money from Abroad to India

Want to know about Best way to Send money from USA to India? Tips when you send money from USA to India. Best way to Send money from Abroad to India Most of Indians are sending money to India though transferwise.com these days. Transferwise offers transfers with in 4 hrs. Almost all banks and branches can receive money though Xoom. Best feature of Xoom is you can track transactions. Use this Referral Link to start transferring through …

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11

May'17

List of Temples in Germany

List of Hindu Temples in Germany NORTH RHINE-WESTPHALIA Dortmund  Sri Sivaparvati temple Blücher Str-57, 44143 Dortmund. Essen  Sri Kathirvelauthaswamy Temple e.VKlosterstr.49a 45139 Essen. http://www.murugan-temple.com Dharam Kendre MandirBurggrafenstr-10, 5139 Essen. Tel.: 0201 2487220 Hamm  Sri Ganesh templeFerdinand Poggel Str. 25, 59065 Hamm. Tel.: 02381 162686 Sri Kamatchi Ambal TempleSiegenbeckstr-04, 59071 Hamm-Uentrop. Tel.:02388 302223 Thiru Nallur Sri Arumuka Velalakan templeRoonstr-2 a, 59065 Hamm. Tel.:02381 29103 Castrop-Rauxel  Sri Jayavera Anjaaneya templeBahnhof Straße 290, 44579 …

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11

May'17

Finding a Part-time Job in Germany For Students

Earning a bit of extra cash besides studying A glance in your purse or wallet and it’s easy to decide: You need some cash and so a part-time job. Perhaps you’d like to gain some experience in the German job market? Or make new contacts and put yourself to the test? There are plenty of reasons why students go to work while also studying. Just like the paths to a …

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11

May'17

Living Cost in Germany For Students

Cost of living in Germany As a rule of thumb: around 660 euro per month is required for a course of study in Germany. The cost of living is relatively high in Germany – 660 euro allows a modest lifestyle and no more. The important aspect in any case is to maintain fixed costs, e.g. rent, as low as possible. Living in Germany is not cheap and an economically priced room, possibly …

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11

May'17

Money Savings Tips for Students in abroad

100 Money Saving Tips for Students in ABROAD Lets talk about money savings , personal finance for students. If you don’t have work experience before coming to abroad, students usually find it tough to understand finance concepts, credit score, credit history, bank accounts and other finance terms. This  blog post will give an overview about how to handle money how to save money how to avoid credit card traps how …

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