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Study in Europe
European countries are a great option for students looking to study abroad. Europe is ideal for students seeking knowledge and high career prospects.
Europe has been one of the most favourite study destinations of international students for quite a few decades now. The advantage with Europe is that it comprises of fifty sovereign states, almost all of which are highly developed countries, offering students the best academic infrastructure, and a high standard of education. Because Europe has many countries, and each one of them have its own visa-related rules, we will discuss the types of visas and other relevant details in this article.
Why Study In Europe?
The education system in Europe is one of the oldest and most popular education systems in the world. Several destinations in Europe offer a multitude of Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Ph.D. degrees in a wide variety of fields and programs. A growing number of European higher education institutions offer international study programs with English as the main language of instruction; there are very few programs that do not offer English-taught Degree Programs.
To study in Europe now has become particularly advantageous, as programs in English are common in the areas of Business, Management, Science, and Engineering. Any international student, who intends to study in Europe, can also pursue study programs in other European languages: German, French, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian, Greek, Spanish, Italian, or Portuguese; provided that they have sufficient working knowledge of one of those languages.
Documents Required for Europe Visa
Once a student decides to go abroad, and starts applying to various universities, it becomes important for him/her to get his/her documents in place, too! To apply for a visa and get it, these are the visa requirements:
- Entry visa application form
- Recent passport size photographs
- Valid travel documents
- Proof of accommodation in Europe
- Proof that the student has sufficient financial support to fund his/her study and stay in Europe
- Paid health insurance
- Copy of all previous educational certificates
- Acceptance letter from the university he/she had applied to
- Receipt of the visa application fees
Study in Germany
There are three categories of student visa in Germany:
- A student visa – if you have already been accepted to study in Germany.
- Student-applicant visa is particularly important for applicants to the Hochschule für Musik and Theater (College of Music and Drama) so that they can enter the country for the entrance examination. This visa lasts for three months and is useful to applicants who wish to improve their language skills in Germany before starting their studies. The student-applicant visa gets converted to a student visa once the applicant gets admission in a university or college during this period.
- Visa for language course is necessary for those who only wish to attend a language course in Germany. It is important to note that if you intend to begin studies in Germany immediately after your language course ends, you must apply for either a student visa or a student applicant visa before arrival in Germany. The visa for a language course cannot be automatically converted into a student visa or a student applicant visa in Germany.
Permission to work in Germany
In Germany, student work permits are granted for a maximum of three months. However, student working visa is not granted for language course visa.
Study in France
France is home to some of the best business schools of the world.
Types of Student Visas in France
A student identification card is required for those students who are not French citizens and are planning to study in France for more than 3 months. There are different categories of student visa available:
- Étudiant-Concours visa – Allows a maximum stay of 90 days. It is used by students who have to attend an entrance exam, undergo a short course or just to visit the university before applying.
- Long Stay visa: Expires in three months but can be renewed as and when required.
- Residence Permit (or Carte de Séjour): Given for one academic year and is renewable. It is handed out by the Préfecture de police of the residential area.
- Temporary Long Stay visa: For 3 to 6 months, but a residence permit will not be given.
Student Work Permits in France
Students are allowed a student-working visa for extra income. During the academic session, 10-20 hours of work per week are allowed. During summer vacations, 20-39 hours per week are permitted for work. There are a range of opportunities for students who want to apply for a student work visa in France. However, teaching would be the best option since it pays well, comparatively.
Study in Italy
Italy has around 97 universities, which are divided into several categories:
- State universities: These are state funded public institutions and make up the majority in Italy.
- Other publicly funded universities: Funded by Province rather than state.
- Private universities: Non state funded.
- Superior Graduate Schools (Scuola Superiore Universitaria): These are independent institutions that offer advanced training and research courses specialising in postgraduate studies.
You will also find 137 other higher education institutions throughout Italy. These are academies that specialise in certain sectors. They range from art, music and dance colleges, to research based and technical institutions.
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