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Germany Introduction

 

Germany is highly recommended to study abroad by the students because of low tuition costs and part time jobs are available. Germany has one of the world’s strongest economies and offers an innovative research, education landscape and has a wide scope for immigrants in terms of education, work, culture, attractions, etc. The job market in Germany is generally strong and employment is high for skilled workers coming into the country, especially in engineering, manufacturing and the IT sectors.
An immigrant can enter Germany as a :
  • Highly skilled worker
  • Relative
  • Self-employed immigrant
  • Student

Self-Employment Visas

 

If you want to start your own business in Germany, then you can apply for this category of German Work permit. If immigrant has a minimum amount of one million Euro to invest in German economy and have to create ten fresh German jobs, he automatically becomes eligible to apply under this plan.

 

Study Visa

 

Germany is a great place to pursue higher studies at low cost. German Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees are globally recognized. Many international students are interested to pursue higher education in Germany. Most of German universities have their programs offered in German languages, however, there are also a lot of international programs offered in English language only or with a combination with a German and other languages, So you don’t need to worried about language whether you have proficiency in English or German language as well as.

 

Job Seeker

Visa

 

Germany Job Seeker Visa is a long term residency permit, which allows you to stay and search for a job for six months. In a Germany, there is large scope for jobs and career development. After getting a job, you can apply for Blue Card, from within the country. With the required long-term work experience you can apply for resident permit.