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Visa Guidelines


How to apply

  • 1. Shortlist the University & Course from databases such as
  • 2. Make a list of all requirements & application deadlines
  • 3. If TOEFL is necessary?
    •  Prepare, Register, Take test details
  • 4. If GRE / GMAT is necessary:
    •  Prepare, Register, Take test GRE , GMAT
  • 5. Take German language course
    •  Enquire at Goethe Institute / language institute
    •  Take at least Basic Ground level 1 course (120 Hours)
    •  If your course demands German proficiency then plan accordingly
  • 6. If any other tests are required
    •  Prepare & take tests
  • 7. If any other requirements to be fulfilled
    •  Take appropriate actions
  • 8. Get recommendation letters from University
  • 9. Get attested photocopies of all transcripts
    •  Semester Mark sheets
    •  Transfer certificate
    •  Awards of distinction
    •  Technical paper presentation
    •  Project work
    •  Special courses relevant to the field of study undertaken
    •  Letters of appreciation / achievement if any
    •  Special skills
    •  Proof of Leadership qualities
  • 10. Write Statement of Purpose
  • 11. Write covering letter for each application separately
    •  Justify why you should be given admission
  • 12. Complete the application either online/offline
  • 13. Apply for scholarship if information available
  • 14. Dispatch the application through courier well in advance
    •  Apply at least to 5 Universities/ University of Applied Sciences
    •  Check if all requirements are met
    •  In case of doubt ask the course coordinator for clarifications through email
    •  Enclose proof of application fee payment if any
  • 15. Follow up with course coordinator / administrator to cross verify if the application has reached.
  • 16. Follow up with course coordinator / administrator to cross verify if the application has reached.
    • The following costs will need to be covered:
    •  Apply for educational loan if needed
    •  Tuition fee
    •  Traveling expenditure
    •  Study material costs
    •  A demand draft of €7700 (depends on consulate) in the favor of the student to cover living cost of the first year
    • Proof of sufficient financial resources for the complete period of study through:
    •  Bank loan
    •  Fixed deposit
    •  Any liquid asset
  • 17. Upon admission
    •  Re-evaluate which offer for admission to accept
    •  Send acceptance letter
    •  Make any Semester fee/ contribution as necessary
    •  Reserve accommodation in the student residences / hostels
    • Ask your course coordinator what other support the university offers to new international students:
      •  Tutors to guide you during the initial days
      •  Private accommodation search
      •  Orientation program.
      •  Language course for starters
      •  Preparatory course for starters
  • 18. Research more about Germany, the city in specific & also about the university
  • 19. Apply for a Student Visa
    •  Refer to the Local German Consulates website
    •  Indian students, to know in detail about the Visa application process refer VFS-Germany-India
  • 20. Prepare for departure
  • Fly to Germany to make your dreams come true, Bon Voyage!