Germany Student Visa



08

Feb'19

Best Universities for MBA in Germany

Germany is one of the best countries to continue your higher studies, and when it is about studying business, there are very few countries on par with Germany. German business schools are known as some of the best and most prestigious business schools in the world.  According to recent studies and researches, Germany has entirely raised the bar of education and revolutionized the entire education system for developing the all-round …

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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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24

Oct'18

Studying MS in Germany vs USA

Confused if you should apply to the US or German universities for your undergrad program? Maybe you want to pursue a Master’s or a PhD and wondering which country would suit you best. Well, we have jotted down the major deciding factors for you which will help clear your mind and make a rational decision for your future. Course Options US Engineering, MBA, PhD, IT, Computer science, Electrical engineering, Biotechnology, …

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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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25

Apr'18

6 Top Reasons that Could Get Your German Student Visa Rejected

Preparing your student visa application is a lengthy and stressful process. You go through several procedures and at the end you have no guarantee that you will be granted the visa. No matter how many documents you submit or how well you think your visa interview went, there is always a chance that the embassy will reject you. The application procedure to get to the point where you get a response from …

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14

Sep'17

Sample Cover Letter For German Student Visa

As discussed in the previous post, you need to have a Cover letter for German Student Visa which you need to send along with the application so that the Visa Department gets a clear idea about your application. So here’s a sample Cover letter for German Student Visa. Sample Cover Letter Format To The German Consulate,<City name> From<Your name>,<City name> Date: Jan 01, YYYY Respected Sir/Madam, Subject: Application for German National Visa …

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03

Sep'17

What are the advantages and disadvantages of studying in Germany?

Advantages: 1. TOP QUALITY German universities offer excellent teaching and research, ranking among the best in the world. You will earn an internationally renowned degree, giving you excellent prospects on the global labour market. 2. GEARED TO PRACTICE German universities provide outstanding academic programmes, while universities of applied sciences offer a range of attractive, practice-oriented options. Many study programmes combine theory and practice. This will greatly facilitate your career start. …

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16

May'17

KAAD Scholarship Programs For Germany

You are interested in studying in Germany ? You should consult these websites for a first orientation. The Site of our colleagues from DAAD offers broad information on universities, study programs, and also on ‘Studying German’. Particularly helpful is the DAAD Research Explorer. We also recommend the Hochschulkompass offered by the Conference of German University Presidents. The website of the Protestant scholarship programs offers information for Protestant applicants.   You are getting ready for doing post-graduate studies …

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12

May'17

German Grade Calculator

Wanted to know German grade scale equivalent for your academic score? Tired of seeing huge formulas  on other websites to get it converted? Well, here’s our very own German Grade Calculator. Simple and ease to use. Don’t forget to share it with your friends. Let everyone else benefit from this free tool. Highest obtainable Grade(Ex : 100% or 10 CGPA) : Grade in Bachelors/Master (Your Percentage or CGPA) : Minimum …

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11

May'17

FAQ’s on Working in Germany for International Students

Finding a job after graduation Is it easier to find a job with a master’s degree or with a doctoral degree? This depends on the job you are looking for. If you want to work in research, for example in natural sciences, a doctoral degree is recommended. But for both holders of master’s and doctoral degrees there are many job opportunities. Regarding jobs and studies in Germany, is it mandatory …

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11

May'17

German residence permit – All you need to know

A residence permit is not a visa. If you are required to have a student visa, you must obtain it before entering Germany. A residence permit you apply for only after arriving here. All foreign students, except those from the EU and the EEA, are required to obtain a residence permit (Aufenthaltserlaubnis) to stay in Germany longer than three months. This permit is issued by the Foreign Resident Authority (Ausländerbehörde) …

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11

May'17

UK Transit Visa not required for Travel by British Airways

TRANSIT WITHOUT VISA (TWOV): A visa national who is going to the UK simply to travel on to another country may enter without a visa if these conditions are met: He arrives and departs by air His onward flight is confirmed and departs within 24 hours He is properly documented for his destination and has a visa if he needs one TWOV is a concession which does not apply to nationals of the countries …

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11

May'17

Things To Do After Student Visa

It is written for US. However, Many of the general things mentioned within this Document is Same and Applicable for Germany and Other European Countries too. AFTER VISA THE FIRST THINGS THAT YOU NEED TO DO ARE:  First and Foremost There are certain things that have to be done in advance, i.e., as soon as get you your visa – much before the flight. • Learn typing • Learn driving …

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06

Apr'17

Checklist of Visa Document for Interview

This is Checklist which is provided by the Chennai Consulate during Visa Interview. Sr. No. Document 1. Application form 2. Declaration form 3. Visa DD form 4. Passport Xerox 5. Admission Letter 6. Degree Certificate and Mark sheet 7. 10th and 12th Certificate and Mark sheet 8. Experience letter 9. TOEFL & GRE score 10. Deutsche Bank statement 11. Affidavit of Sponsorship 12. CA Statement 13. Photo ID’s of Sponsors …

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06

Apr'17

Germany Job Seeker Visa

Overview Germany job seeker visa is for foreign national who intend to work in Germany. The visa allows them for a continuous stay and job search in Germany for 6 months. Germany job seeker visa ( long or short term ) is a temporary residence permit.   Features of Job Seeker Visa Temporary residence permit or job search permit of 6 months If you get a job in 6 months, …

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06

Apr'17

Documents Required for Visa Extension in Germany

This Post is Regarding the Documents to Bring for Visa Extension to your Auslanderbehorde Office. If You Cannot Attend Your Scheduled Appointment , Please Call Well in Advance and make a New Appointment-Face Meeting Without an Appointment is Not Possible. In your face meeting , I ask you , in addition to this letter , to bring the Following Documents in Original and Copy of Each : 1) Valid Passport  …

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06

Apr'17

Translation of Documents to German Language

Important Note on Translation  All the translations should be on an A4 paper. Translations need not be on any letter head, they need not be on a stamp paper, they need not carry the signature of the bank manager or any other authority and no need to get it authorized by a Notary. Get the translations done on a plain A4 paper that’s it!! If required, put your signature and …

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06

Apr'17

What to do if your German Student Visa is delayed

Solution for VISA delays authored by an aspirant Please learn from my failure : THM university enrollment closed for me for this year due to my visa delay My visa interview was on 18th August,2014, Even today I did not get visa ) What to do instead of just waiting for visa to speed up ? 1. Contact (Mail and Call) Immigration office responsible for your destination place 2. Request …

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