Foreign students often ask for help in organizing and preparing for their studies in Germany. Often no one is available, relatives and friends don’t know the answer, and free information is rarely clear. Worse: Often information costs money!
This little guide is meant to help you plan your journey. The information has been compiled to the best of our knowledge in order to enable you to follow an orderly process.
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After a successful application, you will receive your visa a few days or a few weeks later in order to be able to come to Germany. Once you have arrived in Germany, you will have to fill out some documents and register with a health insurance company. Of course you also need an apartment or a room.
With a valid tenancy agreement, a confirmation of your accommodation and health insurance, you can take the next important steps:
Your main contact point is the German Embassy in your home country. There you will find out about the applicable regulations for your preparation for studying in Germany.
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