In a first interview, we will check all your preconditions and find the right field of study and the right university out of the 428 universities in Germany, which fits you the best. In Germany, there are more than 19.000 courses of study. Allow a professional to take care of the research process and help you to make the right choice.
Unfortunately, the application process in Germany does not have a defined standard. Each university and even each course has its own procedure. After you have made your decision we will prepare all your documents, fill up all the forms and hand in the application in time. Meanwhile you can concentrate on your language studies or prepare yourself for the entrance examination, which is necessary for some fields of studies. In our packages, there are up to five applications included.
Depending on your home country a Visa could be necessary to start your studies in Germany. After we have received your letter of acceptation from the university we will set up an appointment with the embassy and prepare you and your documents for the interview with the officers of the embassy. The process could take several months, but with your mandate we can try to find out the status and possibly accelerate proceedings.
Living in Germany
Life in Germany is in comparison to other countries very structured, but once you are into it, you will recognize the advantages. To take your first hurdles successfully we will pick you up from the airport and take care of finding a flat or dormitory near your university. We will set up all appointments in different offices in which you have to register to get your residence permission. Costs of living in Germany for a student is round about 800,00 Euro per month.
Studying in Germany
To live and study in Germany you must have a health insurance. We help you to find the right one and fill up all the forms which are needed to be member of a student health insurance. Furthermore, you will get detailed information about the landscape of studying in Germany. After matriculation, you have as a student a lot of advantages and discounts, like a ticket for public transportation, discounts for cinema, museum, theatre or free sport and language activities in the university.
Working in Germany!
As a foreigner student, you are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during the semester. During the holidays, you are even allowed to work fulltime. In our Premium Package, we give you a full support for preparing your application documents and even a professional application training for your first interview or assessment center. After research, we will hand over a list with employers and jobs, which fits you the best.