Self-development is part of the curriculum:
Students in Germany don’t get the same nature of education as received in most of the countries. In the early stages, students are taught the lessons of devotion, love, humanity, care, and support. This helps in the betterment of the students. These amazing qualities also help you to accommodate future skills. You become flexible enough to adapt to changes and you don’t fear anything. In developing countries, these skills are not taught and thus the students are not able to get settled in professional life because the importance of these skills can’t be neglected. You will also get to see how kind and caring the people of Germany are. The reason is that these things are part of their education and thus they become better individuals.
Visa and admission requirements:
• The major requirement is proof of German language proficiency. If you fail to pass the German language test, you will not be able to start your studies in Germany. Passing the B-1 test is the least language proficiency requirement for studying bachelors in Germany.
• You will need to apply for the D-type visa to go to Germany to study.
• You will have to write a letter in which you state why you are applying to a German university. You will also write about your personal details in this letter.
• Showing that you have enough funds (EURO 8460) in your blocked bank account is a necessary step. This is needed because the German state wants to know whether students have enough amounts to support their educational finances in Germany.
• Proof of accommodation is also an important part of the admission process. You will need to provide proof of your accommodation while applying for the D-type visa.
• Travel health insurance
• Passport-sized photographs
• Certified copies of degrees, certificates and transcripts.
• Valid Passport