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Germany student visa guidelines: Germany is evolving as one of the major study abroad destinations as the DAAD statistics say that the number of Indian students going to Germany witnessed an increase of 114.2% in the last five years. With the German government making higher education free, it is expected that there will be more students aiming at Germany as their study abroad destination. With an aim to give students better understanding about the visa process, we are providing the Germany student visa guidelines. This E-book provides all the necessary information that a student needs to know while applying for German student visa.  The E-book contains:

  • When to apply for Germany student visa

  • Application checklist for student visa in Germany

  • How to fill up online application form for Germany

  • Application fee for German student visa

  • Reasons of visa denial

  • What to do once the student reaches Germany.

The students can now download free E-Book of Germany student visa to make their visa application process easy.

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How much does approximately cost to study MS in Food technology in Germany?

anima chaudhary 22nd Jan, 2020


Germany is extremely pocket friendly. Most of the costs are covered by the state so you may end up paying only a few hundred Euros (up to INR 25,000) in semester fees.

The rest of the costs involve renting and food which may make the expense of living in Germany a bit steep for Indians. With rents costing about 700 Euros (~ INR 50,000) per month and the rest about 200 Euros (~ INR 14,000), it may become necessary for students to look into scholarship and funding.


Hello Sir/Mam, I want to do Automotive Electronics course in Germany. Please help me to proceed. Thank you

Yastika Kumar 22nd Jan, 2020

Hi Yogesh,

Since you have not mentioned the maximum education attained by you I am assuming it to be 12th grade passout.

Well the points that I am going to mention are for anyone who wants to pursue higher studies from Germany.

First, you should look for the University providing the desired course. While looking into it you should also consider the cost of living of the place where University is located. Because being an international students you should be cautious with your finances.

Second, you need to check the application process of the university which you choose to go in. This you could do by going on their websites. Usually they are:

  • Your grades from previous education
  • HZB or entrance qualification
  • References if any
  • Copies of ID documents

Entrance qualification is a term for collective documents proving the completion of your previous education.

Third, You should start saving for your blocked account 6 to 8 months before you apply for student visa.

A blocked account is a bank account for non-EU country students to prove the availability of financial resources to live in Germany. The monthly amount that you can withdraw has a upper limit.

For the year 2020 the blocked account amount is €10236~8 lakhs in Indian rupees with a maximum withdrawal of €853.

Fourth, you need to learn German language as the courseware is in German. For this you have two options:

  1. Undergo German language preparatory course before commencing regular course.
  2. Learn German first.

The first option varies with University thus most of the Students opt for second option.

Fifth, Germany has made mandatory for international students to have a health insurance. This is done after you receive admission letter.

Sixth, After all of the other process completes you should apply for student visa.

All the best!


As I Pursuing my engineering in electrical and electronics engineering is IELTS / TOFEL exams are suitable for me to enter MS in Germany for Abroad

Archita Aggarwal 16th Jan, 2020


If you want to pursue your MS in Germany abroad, first you need to find out which college are you exactly aiming for and then decide to weather go for IELTS/TOEFL. Some universities do accept IELTS and some do accept TOEFL as a proof for your English proficiency. Without proving your English proficiency you can not go for studying Abroad

Hope this answer helps.


which university is best for Msc in, Animal husbandry&SDairy science in Germany ????

sarthak goel 15th Jan, 2020

Hello Manjunath,

There are several very good universities in Germany, and on top of them most of them provide quite inexpensive education. Some of them are mentioned below:

  • Technical Universisty of Munich-Probably the best one
  • University of kiel
  • Faculty of Agricultureal Sciences, Stuttgart
  • university of Gottingen
  • University of Freiburg
  • Humboltd university of Berlin
  • University of cologne

And many more.

hope this Helps


which university is best for animal husbandry&dairy science in Germany????

Pankhuri Kumari 15th Jan, 2020
Hii Manjunath!
Sorry dear, but your question seems incomplete in terms of the level of the animal husbandry and dairy science course, you want to pursue. Ki dly restructure your question and state whether you want to do a undergraduate or a postgraduate course. Because the Universities differ accordingly. Some of the Colleges in Germany related to the above mentioned courses are -
* University of Gottingen
* University of Kiel
* University of Hohenheim
Etc., Hope you understand.
Good luck!
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