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Germany Student Visa Information
« on: September 27, 2018, 03:51:07 PM »
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Visa fees
1. For student visa you have to pay 30 Uro
2. The visa fee has to be paid while submitting the application form.

Contact for further assistance
InPoint Consultants (IPC)   01710-393537, 01916-230074


 
Types of Visa:
There are 3 different types of visas for Academic Studies or Language Courses in Germany.
Type 1: Student Applicant's Visa: The Duration of this visa is 3 months, which is valid if you have not yet obtained university admission. After admission, it must be converted as quickly as possible into a resident permit for student purposes at the office for foreigners? affairs.
Type 2: Student Visa: The Duration of this visa is 1 year. In order to obtain this visa, you must provide proof of admission and financial support for the duration of study.
Type 3: Language Course Visa: Which cannot be subsequently converted into a student visa. It is valid only for the duration of the course.

For student visa, the following documents are required:
1. Type 1: For Student Applicant Visa
a. 2 application forms with originals and 2 sets of photocopies.
b. Valid passport
c. 2 recent copies of passport size photographs
d. Proof of entitlement to get admission at a University in Germany.
e. All Certificates with Marks Sheets and Admit cards
f. If the study course will be held in German language, proof that you already possess a good knowledge of German language
g. If the study course will be held in English language, proof that you already possess a good knowledge of English language
h. Proof of sufficient funds for the first study year (approx. 7600 EUR) and a financial plan for the entire period of study.

2. Type 2: For the Student Visa
a. All the documents listed under type 1 above as well as
b. A letter of admission from a University or an Institute for Higher education in Germany

3. Type 3: Language Course Visa
a. A valid passport and 2 passport photographs
b. 2 application forms with originals and 2 sets of photocopies
c. Proof that you have registered for an intensive language course with a minimum of 20 hours per week (e.g certificate of registration, receipt for course fees)
d. Proof that you will be covered by health insurance for the duration of your stay in Germany
Where to Apply:
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
178, Gulshan Avenue
Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212
Telephone enquiries: 02-8853521-24
Fax: 02-8853528
E-mail: [email protected]

Office Hours
From 1st April till 30th November:
Sundays: 8:00 to 12:30 & 13:00 to 16:30
Monday to Thursday: 8:00 to 12:30 & 13:00 to 15:15
From 1st December till 31st March:

Sunday to Thursday: 8:00 to 12:30 & 13:00 to 16:30
Office hours of the visa section:

Sunday through Thursday: 9:00 to 11:00 (registration 7.30 am)

After-hours, at weekends and on public holidays a duty officer can be reached till 24:00 h. (only emergencies!)

Other Important Information:
1. There is no legal right to a visa, even if all documents are complete. The ultimate decision is taken by the Visa Section of the Embassy. You may be asked to supply further documentation.
2. The visa fee has to be paid while submitting the application form.
3. The application form should be submitted at least 6 weeks prior to departure.
4. If you are financed by a sponsor in your home country, that person must declare his/her willingness to cover all your costs during the standard period of study (proof of a minimum monthly income by means of documents such as tax receipts, bank statements, certificates of employment, pay slips, Commercial Register excerpts).
5. If you are financed by a sponsor in Germany, that person must submit a formal obligation according to ?? 66-68 of the German Residence Act.
6. If you receive a scholarship you must produce a letter of confirmation to this effect.
7. As a student in Germany you may work for a maximum of 3 months per year and, depending on where you study, only during recess periods (e.g. semester holidays). This applies to students only!
8. In general students are not entitled to a family reunion with their spouses and children. However there are exceptional cases, e.g. if you are a scholarship holder or on a postgraduate course. In these cases you must be able to support yourself and your family, proof sufficient accommodation for your family, and be registered at an Institute for Higher Education in Germany.

Contact for further assistance
InPoint Consultants (IPC)   01710-393537, 01916-230074


 
Special Note:
If you intend to study in Germany after your language course ends, please state this fact in your application, so that you can be issued with a student applicant visa or a student visa, provided you fulfill the conditions for issue. These visas entitle the holder to attend language courses and to study in Germany afterwards (see above!). If you only apply for the language course visa, you will have to leave Germany at the end of the course. It is not possible to convert this visa for another form of residence permit in Germany.