Everything you need to Know about German Residency – Long Term Residency in Germany

When you first arrive in Germany for a long-term stay, you have to register at your local “Einwohnermeldeamt” (aka Bürgeramt). The Anmeldebestätigung that they issue is often required in conjunction with your passport for identification. Make sure you keep this document in a safe place, you’ll need it often. §41 Abs 1 of the AufenthV makes it possible for citizens […]

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All you need to know about Practicing as A Doctor in Germany

This catalogue of questions and answers is only a recommendation and legally not binding. It is not meant to replace counselling by the relevant regional association of the Marburger Bund or the Federal Association  Bundesärztekammer/Bundeszahnärztekammer Which organisation is competent for the recognition of foreign medical diplomas? All foreign physicians who want to work in Germany as physicians must go to […]

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Experience with Mawista health insurance –

For anyone who might come across this thread in a search, I had an extremely bad experience with Mawista (specifically Mawista Science) and do not recommend it to anyone who will be in Germany for more than a couple of months or who doesn’t know exactly how long they will be here. It is travel insurance and so is absolutely […]

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General FAQ about Germany and Studies In Germany

Source:DAAD     Why should I continue my university education in Germany? German institutions of higher education have a centuries-long tradition of academic excellence. There are more than 300 institutions of higher education spread all over Germany with 82 universities, 136 universities of applied sciences (“Fachhochschulen”) and 46 colleges of music and fine arts. There is a very wide spectrum […]

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Germany Student VISA: Common Questions & Tips for VISA Interview

Germany Student VISA: Common Questions & Tips for VISA Interview By: Abdul Rehman Important Visa questions The following are some of the important questions that the ambassador asks during the interview for the student visa 1. Why did you choose this university and how did you find about it? Tip: You should go through the website and handbook of your […]

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Student visa regulations in Germany

                    1. Regulations and Application Procedure 2. Financial Requirements 3. Work, Language and other matters      1. Regulations and Application Procedure What is the admission procedure for Non-EU-students in Germany? Everybody interested in studying in Germany needs to apply for a visa at a German consulate or embassy before coming to Germany. During […]

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Working After Your Studies – Career Opportunities for international students in Germany

1. Finding a job after graduation 2. Finding a student job 3. Job opportunities in different sectors 4. Legal regulations, terms and conditions   1. Finding a job after graduation   Is it easier to find a job with a master’s degree or with a doctoral degree? This depends on the job you are looking for. If you want to work in research, for […]

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FAQ – Things to bring with you to Germany

 Things to Bring with you  Some Jeans + shirts  Shoes (chappal +jogger+snowshoes)  High necks  Warm jacket (leather + parachute for rains)  Muffler  Gloves  Socks  Vests + underwear  Shaving kit 10.   Comb 11.   Tooth paste + tooth brush + soap + shampoo (for ur very first days) 12.   One packs of ball points, pencils, markers, etc. 13.   Some sheets 14.   Bed […]

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A quick guide for new students coming to Darmstadt for BS/MS

A quick guide for new students coming to  Darmstadt for BS/MS  Technische Universitat Darmstadt – Hochshule Damrstadt Author: Sufyan Siddique Faheem Nadeem Note: The document is still under construction, and contain some errors. As a start up, FAQs have been categorized into subtopics mentioned below. In the next edition, we will try to explain further questions pertaining to individual subsections […]

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