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Study Abroad: GERMANY
Let us take a look of the sights and sounds of this great nation.
With the flags motto of unity and justice and freedom, Germany is an eighty million strong nation. An ever growing GDP and a rising value of the euro, Germany harbors some of the finest industries and workers of the world. The capital city of Berlin is the largest city of Germany.
The world wars had a major impact on Germany and for many set its future as a nation that harbored the Nazi party and its cruel perpetration on human life after the Second World War. The war resulted in death of millions of people across the country and eventually led to the division of Germany into the eastern and western fragments each with their own government policies and rules with varying economic and political practices. The contemporary world has witnessed the reunification of the west and the East Germany and the rebirth of a nation torn down with strife and separation. Germany is now a vast power growing consciously amidst the countries of the world.
Top it all off with a famously friendly and tolerant population, and decent prospects on graduation, and it’s easy to see why Deutschland is one of the most popular study abroad destinations in the world.
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Many international students in Germany earn extra money with a part-time job. You are allowed to work a maximum of 120 full (or 240 half) days per year. We portray some of these working students from different German cities. They give you insights on payment, duties and requirements for the jobs they do.
If you wish to work in Germany after you've finished studying, you should start making plans while you're still a student. With a degree from a German university, numerous job opportunities are available to you as an international graduate on the German job market. These tips will help you get your career off to a successful start.
Students from non-EU countries are allowed to remain in Germany for the purpose of looking for employment for a maximum of 18 months after graduating. These 18 months pass quicker than you think, so it's important to start job hunting during the final semester of your degree, or at the latest "four months before finishing your studies," advises Maria-Theresia Jansen from the "Agentur für Arbeit" job agency in Bonn. As a member of a team of careers advisers specialising in academic professions, she has spent the last 30 years helping international graduates gain a foothold in the German employment market.
While you're looking for full-time employment, you're allowed to work as much as you like: According to a new Right of Residence regulation, there are no longer any time restrictions on working during the job search phase.
Visa Fee: Germany Visa Fee has been changed to Rs.4100/- for Short term & Long term (Rs.4100/- for Adults & Rs.2100/- for Minor) from 7th January 2010.
VISA ASSESSMENT - Applications will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria:
- Evidence of enrolment: One of the essential requirements for a student visa application is that the applicant has been accepted or enrolled by a registered institution of higher education in Germany. This is proven by the admission letter ("Zulassungsbescheid") from the German institution.
- Bona fides assessment: The bona fides assessment determines whether an applicant is a genuine student who intends to undertake studies in Germany, abide by visa rules and regulations and depart on completion of the course.
- German Language: Whether the applicant's German language skills are adequate for the purpose of the proposed course, the relevance of the proposed course for the applicant's current academic and employment circumstances.
- Adequate Financial Resources: This involves an assessment of the applicant's or the sponsor's ability to finance all cost of living expenses pertaining to the applicant's education in Germany. The approximate cost of living for a single person in Germany is EUR 650 per month. Students are not expected to fund their studies and living costs in Germany through part-time employment. Special conditions for student jobs apply.
- Health Certificate: It is essential that the applicant meets the German health requirements. This involves the proof of a recent medical check-up and an X-ray. The medical certificate should clearly identify the person examined.
1 Two Visa Application Forms
2 Signed Declaration on True and Complete Information
3 Three passport pictures according to biometric specifications. The size of the face from the bottom of your chin to the hairline must be between 28 mm and 35 mm.
4 Visa fee to be paid through Demand Draft made out to the "Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, New Delhi", payable in New Delhi.
5 Valid passport with a validity of at least 12 months along with two copies of all printed pages.
6 Cover letter from applicant, explaining the exact purpose and duration of your stay in Germany.
7 Letter of admission from the German University.
8 Proof that study fees have been paid, if applicable.
9 School Leaving Certificate of Secondary School.
10 University Certificates (Degree Certificates and Mark Sheets)1
11 Proof of Language Proficiency (TOEFL / IELTS, not older than 12 months, Original and A 4 sized copy). This document is mandatory for the visa process, even it is not required by the German University. Only exemptions possible: Applicants for Ph.D / Doctorate studies and Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Holders.
12 Proof of financial means to cover the costs for the time of your studies (stay in Germany including university related fees) by one of the following documents:
1 Confirmation of Scholarship
2 Formal sponsorship letter from a sponsor living in Germany (“Verpflichtungserklärung”)
3 sanctioned study loan indicating address and telephone number of the bank. The amount of the sanctioned study loan should be converted into EURO and indicated in writing by the bank.
4 Savings Account supported by a 12 months bank statement (printed and not handwritten - A4 sized copy), indicating address and telephone number of the bank
5 proof of Term Deposit (indicating address and telephone number of the bank
6 proof of a German Bank Account
13 Students who will neither get a scholarship nor be able to present a formal sponsorship letter from a German sponsor have to submit a Demand Draft for € 7.608,00 in his / her name drawn at a German Bank in order to financially secure the first year in Germany. Information with regard to the procedure of opening a German Bank. Account prior to your departure may be obtained from “ Deutsche Bank AG, New Delhi”, ECE House, 28 K.G. Marg, New Delhi 110 001 or under the telephone number 0049 40 3701 5146 or via email at email@example.com
14 From the moment of entering the Federal Republic of Germany you are upon request required to provide proof of a valid Health Insurance. This may be done through a regular Travel Health Insurance bought in India. However, as soon as you formally register and enroll with the German University / begin your studies a regular Travel Health Insurance looses its validity. You are required to get a valid Health insurance from a German Insurance provider. For any question in that regard you have to contact the competent department of the German University and / or the competent Aliens Office.
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