MEET THE PROCESS
Following should serve as a quick way to explain how your workflow and process is going to happen.
Gather all the required documents in order to apply for admission e.g Educational, Passport and experience letters (if any)
Now select your university and apply for admission through register agent of the university in order to get the prompt response
Normally under graduate and post graduate offer letter will take 1 week to 4 weeks depends on the complexity of the application where as PHD applications will take about 6 months in order to process the offer
Once offer letter has been received you can you can pay the initial deposit and accept the offer in order to take time from German Embassy and apply for Visa also prepare yourself for Embassy Interview
In order to obtain a German student visa, you must meet the following requirements: Two filled out and signed national visa forms. Your valid national passport. Two photocopies of your passport. Birth certificate. Marriage certificate (if married). Child’s certificate (if you have children). Two recently taken biometric portrait photographs. Photocopies of previous German residence titles. (If you have been to Germany before). Previous Schengen Visa. Previous Resident Permit. Proof of Financial Resources. You should meet the financial requirements in order to be granted your German student visa. Depending on your circumstances, you should have one of the following: Blocked Bank Account(€10332). You can open a blocked bank account online through Fintiba, accepted by German Embassies and Consulates throughout the world. Letter of commitment. You can get this by a person living in Germany who shows they will be covering your accommodation or other living costs. Letter of declaration. Through this your parents show they will be providing you with financial support during your stay. Scholarship certificate. If you have a scholarship award, the certificate should show what the scholarship will cover and that you are the receiver of that financial coverage. Proof of Admission (it can be one of the following). University admission letter. Letter of admission in foundation/propaedeutic/German language course. Original certificates of previous education. Curriculum Vitae (CV) Motivational Letter. Explain why you have chosen this degree programme as well as your future plans. Travel Health Insurance. (covering the period from your departure to the date of enrolment at the German university – approx. 3 months). Students aged 29 and younger can benefit from free travel health insurance for up to 31 days, offered by German Student Insurance, as of March 5, 2020. Students aged 30 and older, Language Students, Interns as well as Doctoral Students should take EDUCARE24 by DR-WALTER. The health insurance product EDUCARE24, is both affordable and qualitative, and it is recognized by German Embassies and Consulates worldwide. Proof you have paid the visa application fee. €75 Proof of German language proficiency. (For German or mixed-language programmes). Proof of English language proficiency. (For English or mixed-language programmes). * Please note that the German Embassies and Consulates reserve the right to ask for additional documents or the verification of certificates. he application process is pretty simple if you have all the required documents. However, you should make sure to go prepared. Here’s how to apply for the Germany Student Visa: Call to German Embassy in your country and go there to submit your application. You should go there and ask for more information on the application process and set up an appointment. Review all the required documents. Before you go to your appointment, make sure you have all the documents ready. You can find specific document requirements for your country in the official websites of German Embassies. Prepare for the visa interview. Make sure you prepare for the German student visa interview by looking up common interview questions online. In addition, you should have the visa application fee payment confirmation with you at the time of the interview.