Study in Germany
How to Apply
Document RequiredIn way to apply for your visa, you will need to follow the steps given below;
Foremost document which you will need is your application form. To apply via uni-assist you will first have to fill the form online and receive a print of this form that you will need to send them along with the rest of your files in hard copy. Be certain that you fill the application form properly and don't leave any blank spaces because unfinished documents are rejected.
School/University leaving certificates
Proof +of professors can be proved in the Shape of If you are applying for a bachelor's degree a college leaving certificate will come in handy and in case you would like to pursue master's degree in Germany you will need to supply copies of your college leaving certificate. Keep in mind to look at the amount of pages of certificates. There should not be any lost pages out of your diplomas.
Admission. It's compulsory for every global student in Germany to give evidence of their language proficiency. If you're registering for an English educated course you will want to show your proficiency in English with the support of speech certificates such as TOEFL or IELTS. In the event the program is partly or completely taught in German, evidence of proficiency in German must be provided. Test DaF or DSH language tests can help you in doing this.
Letter of Motivation/Essay
Motivation/essay describing your motivation for applying to a specific course. You would have to add why you picked that particular university or institute to your higher education and also include information about any research work that you have done and/or internships and work experience. Letter of motivation may be a significant determining factor in your entrance so see to it that you highlight all of your plus points.
Are any other files required?
Yes, Aside from the above mentioned files, there are several other documents that you may need to submit according to a chosen course, university and the state of origin. They're as follows:
- Letters of recommendation (minimum 2)
- Passport sized photos
- GMAT/GRE test certificates (if requested)
- Medical certificate
- Insurance letter
- Course specific questionnaire (if requested)
- Test AS certificate
- Translations of certificates (if requested)
Proof of funds (if requested)
Visa Fees & Processing Time
No, you aren't running late, but I would like to suggest you to get in touch with your faculty or entrance coordinator and discuss your situation with them. They may agree to issue you deferral if embassy take more time than usual. It also assist you in Embassy Interview if they ask you about class start date and restricted time.
Be sure to know about what is another batch beginning date of your course and your college or university agree to issue you deferral in the Event of time issue.
In accordance with German Mission, They normally take 10--12days after interview. Sometimes they take up-to 30 days for visa following interview.
If you are applying for Long Term Visa i.e.. More than 90 days remain in Germany, Embassy may take more time to issue visa (Normally 30--45 Days).