Study in Germany is an ideal choice for those who wish to study for free and make a good career.

Germany is one of Europe’s most economically powerful and industrialized Schengen Countries. Germany is a dream country for students from different countries. Its capital is Berlin. The main language of the country is German. There are 16 states in the country. It has an area of ​​357,168 square km and the population is 81,459,000 (till 2015). The per capita income of the country is about $47,033 (till 2015) and the literacy rate is 99%.

To the north lies Denmark and the Baltic Sea, Austria and Switzerland to the south, Czech Republic and Poland to the east, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands to the west. If you care about higher education and advanced careers in Europe, then Germany can be an ideal country for you.

University application and other information:

The quality of education in Germany is very good. In particular, the country has gained a great reputation throughout the world for technology. That is why Germany is called “Land of Ideas or Land of Engineers“. There are many world-renowned universities in Germany. About 90% of the universities in Germany do not charge any tuition fees. However, semester fees cost about 100 – 500 euros per semester. The medium of instruction in most universities is German, but many programs are taught in English as well. Universities can usually apply 2 times a year. One is Summertime (December 1 – January 15) and the other is Winter, Deadline (May 1 – July 15).

It requires IELTS 6 or German Language B1/B2 or both as language eligibility for admission. However, if you have IELTS 6.5 (each module 6 minimum) you will be on a SAFE ZONE for the visa. For some University/Subject, GRE is also required. You have to put 10,236 euro in the blocked account as your living expense (Deutsche Bank or Fintaba could be god for the blocked account). A block account means that you cannot withdraw money from your account if you want money.

However, if you get a visa, you can withdraw 853 euro per month after arriving in Germany (this can vary by state/city). 

Types of German Student Visa to Study in Germany:

1. Students visa (Fix term Language course): This visa is usually 6 months. You will not be able to stay in Germany after the expiry of this visa at any chance. Because you cannot extend the visa period. There is no work permit on this visa.

2. Students Applicant Visa: For those who want to come to Germany for admission to university, first take a language course. Purpose To study German, study at a German university. After completing B2 in German (European Framework Level B2), you will be able to start the main course after obtaining the required number in the exam. You will not receive any work permit on this visa.

3. Student Visa (Direct admission to University): This is the normal process for those who are directly admitted to the University. You will in fact get all kinds of privileges on this visa. There will be no problem with part-time work. Therefore, it’s recommended to all to do their best so that you can come directly to the university.

Part-time work and Permanent Residence:

Living expenses usually 400 -700 euros monthly. Foreign students are allowed to have 120 full-day or 20 half-day part-time jobs a year. However, full-time work can be done at Semester Break or Summer Vacation. If you know the German language well, you can work part-time and run your own semester fees very easily. In Germany, you can apply for permanent residence (PR) after 5 years, and you can apply for citizenship after 8 years.

Blocked account information:

Opening blocked account: click here.

Instructions for form fill up: click here.

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