Study. Work. Live in Germany

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Visas cover both short term and long term stays in Germany. For some nationalities, a visa is always required to enter Germany, regardless of whether you’re planning a short or long term stay. The type of German visa you apply for depends on the purpose of your visit.

Immigration to Germany, both in the country's modern borders and the many political entities that preceded it, has occurred throughout the country's history. Today, Germany is one of the most popular destinations for immigrants in the world, with well over 1 million people moving there each year since 2013. As of 2019, around 13.7 million people living in Germany, or about 17% of the population, are first-generation immigrants.

Why  Germany?

There are many great advantages for studying in Germany. Excellent universities offer a wide range of courses, many taught in English. Most courses have no tuition fees, and students should find the cost of living affordable.

Directory of Visa Categories:

  • To start a business as an entrepreneur.
  • to study at a Germany university
  • To look for a job
  • To work
  • To attend training or (Ausbildung)
  • To join a spouse, partner or family member in Germany.

Study & research in Germany

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