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Why study in Germany

  • Wide range of Technical and research oriented programs

  • Safe country to live and study.

  • Stay back offered for 18 months after finishing of studies.

  • Options to switch courses and transfer of credits to other public universities.

  • Worldwide recognized study programs and universities

  • Part time job permit is available for students.

  • Large range of study opportunities in all fields of education.

  • Public University doesn’t have fees and private universities with low tuition fees.

  • Living expenses are comparatively low for students.

  • While German is the primary language, a lot of courses for international students are offered in English.

  • Students can study in English/German or both combined depending on their course.

  • Spouse Visa Allowed for Masters Programs.

  • Financially stable economy with own production and export oriented economy.

  • Job seekers Visa possible for skilled professionals.

  • Easy access to 26 Schengen countries and can move and work around in the region.


  • March & October

Part time Job and Job search period for students

  • 240 days part time or 120 days full time in a year.

  • Students can work for more hours subject to approval from foreign authority during vacation period.

  • Internships and student work programs are available and can be choose by students depending on the course of

  • 18 months Job Search Visa after the successful completion of study.

Courses Available

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Master’s Degree
  • Nursing and Hospitality Courses

Who are eligible ?

  • Good grades in XIIth (for Bachelors)  and/or Bachelors(for masters)
  • with/without IELTS
  • Motivation to study abroad

What we do ?

  • Pre-checking of all the documents
  • Selecting the universities based on the eligibility criteria
  • Documentation and application
  • Visa assistance
  • Post landing services

Living Expenses

  • 8640 Euros needed in the blocked account for Visa Process

  • The amount is blocked in Kotak Mahindra bank in the student’s name or directly deposited in Deutsche bank in
    his/her name in India and after the visa approval can access the amount once the student is in Germany.

  • Living Expenses : 400 Euro – 500 Euro

Process and Procedures for German Student Visa (Public / Private Universities)

  • Choosing the universities and interested courses
  • Document Submission
  • Application assistance
  • Skype interview or Phone Interview (Private Universities)
  • Conditional/ Unconditional Offer letter (Private Universities)
  • Pay the tuition deposit (For Private Universities)
  • University tuition Contract
  • Visa Counselling
  • Visa Interview Appointment
  • Blocked Account opening
  • Visa document submission + personal interview
  • Visa Approval
  • Pre Departure Briefing
  • Foreign Currency Exchange /Ticketing

Post landing Assistance:

  • Accommodation guidance (Individual furnished or unfurnished are available)
  • Opening the bank accounts
  • Bürgeramt Anmeldung – Residence and tax ID registration
  • Introduction to city and main places
  • Documentation preparation for Visa Extension
  • Personal Assistance at Ausländerbehörde – Visa Extension.
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