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OUR MISSION & VISION

We believe that everyone should be presented the opportunity to study abroad in the best universities. Therefore we strive to be the bridge for all people around the world to a German university.
Studying in Germany for young people around the world offers valuable international experience, roadering their horizons and offering the chance to gain competitive advantage in the job market, while meeting people from all walks of life.

We believe international students should have access to trusted advice about German universities and courses. To be supported from the first tentative enquiries, through the application process, and right up to their arrival in Germany and throughout their life at university.

Free Counseling Services

We provide free counselling services for those intending to study abroad. Are you confused? Maybe you just don’t know which country will be suitable for you. We are here to give you all the information you need.

What we do

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Study All Abroad is an overseas educational placement consultancy basically for those seeking to study in Germany. We are established mainly to assist intending international students and their sponsor(s) to add value to their educational and career status by completing their overseas education application process with less trouble.

why germany?

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Germany is Europe’s leading economic country and the fourth most powerful economy in the world and has one of the most dynamic industries worldwide.It has about 110 universities and institutes of higher education, with courses recognized throughout the world and in many specialties.

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Germany is Europe’s leading economic country and the fourth most powerful economy in the world and has one of the most dynamic industries worldwide.It has about 110 universities and institutes of higher education, with courses recognized throughout the world and in many specialties.

Healthcare Insurance

Since 2009, every person with a permanent place of residence in the Federal Republic of Germany has been obliged to take out health insurance. Health insurance is required even for short-term stays in Germany; otherwise no visa will be issued. Healthcare in Germany is funded by a statutory contribution system that ensures free healthcare for all via health insurance funds. Insurance payments are based on a percentage of income, shared between employee and employer. Health insurance in Germany is divided between statutory and private schemes. The statutory health insurance, the so-called Gesetzliche Krankenversicherung(GKV), occupies a central position in the healthcare system in the Federal Republic of Germany. About 88% of the population are covered by statutory health insurance, which is compulsory for all with a gross income of less than 5062 EUR per month. Private healthcare schemes can either provide a complete health service for those who opt out of the GKV, or top-up cover for those who remain within it.

International students must have adequate health insurance coverage to enroll at a German college or university and to obtain a residence permit (VISA). If you are planning to study in Germany as an international student, you will need to arrange adequate health insurance coverage. Without it, you won’t be able to enrol into university or receive a VISA. Germany has a mixed health insurance system of both private and statutory health insurance providers. It depends on your personal situation whether statutory or private insurance is right for you. For students under 30 years of age who have not yet completed their 14th semester at university, it is mandatory to apply for statutory health insurance. They can, however, apply for an exemption within the first three months of their studies if they wish to take out private health insurance instead. Students who are 30 years or older when starting their studies can generally not take out statutory health insurance, and have to opt for private health insurance.

Healthcare Insurance

Since 2009, every person with a permanent place of residence in the Federal Republic of Germany has been obliged to take out health insurance. Health insurance is required even for short-term stays in Germany; otherwise no visa will be issued. Healthcare in Germany is funded by a statutory contribution system that ensures free healthcare for all via health insurance funds. Insurance payments are based on a percentage of income, shared between employee and employer. Health insurance in Germany is divided between statutory and private schemes. The statutory health insurance, the so-called Gesetzliche Krankenversicherung(GKV), occupies a central position in the healthcare system in the Federal Republic of Germany. About 88% of the population are covered by statutory health insurance, which is compulsory for all with a gross income of less than 5062 EUR per month. Private healthcare schemes can either provide a complete health service for those who opt out of the GKV, or top-up cover for those who remain within it.

International students must have adequate health insurance coverage to enroll at a German college or university and to obtain a residence permit (VISA). If you are planning to study in Germany as an international student, you will need to arrange adequate health insurance coverage. Without it, you won’t be able to enrol into university or receive a VISA. Germany has a mixed health insurance system of both private and statutory health insurance providers. It depends on your personal situation whether statutory or private insurance is right for you. For students under 30 years of age who have not yet completed their 14th semester at university, it is mandatory to apply for statutory health insurance. They can, however, apply for an exemption within the first three months of their studies if they wish to take out private health insurance instead. Students who are 30 years or older when starting their studies can generally not take out statutory health insurance, and have to opt for private health insurance.

Why Choose Us?

Study All Abroad Educational Services was established to meet the demand from students and institutions for professional and University/College placement services. We offer free counseling services to people that want to study in Germany but are confused on which University/College to choose and how to go about it.

TYPES OF VISAS AND THEIR REQUIREMENT

If you have not yet received notification of admission to a university or foundation course, you should apply for a student applicant visa.

This three-month visa allows you to meet the requirements for admission to a German university. If you find that three months is not long enough, you may extend your visa to a maximum of six months. If you are admitted to the university or foundation course within this period, you may apply for a student visa.

If you have received your notification of admission to university or a foundation course, you should apply for a student visa. Student visas are usually valid for three months. Within these three months, you will have to apply for an extended residence permit at the Alien Registration Office in your university town.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR A VISA APPLICATION

You can obtain a complete list of documents required for a visa application from your German diplomatic mission in your home country. Normally, you are asked to present:

– Certificate confirming health insurance coverage
– Proof of financial resources
– Certificates of past academic work and achievements
– Certificate of German language proficiency or proof that you intend on attending a language course in Germany
– For a student applicant visa: university entrance qualification recognised in Germany
– For a student visa: notification of admission from your German university (or a statement from the university confirming that your prospects of gaining admission are good).

Residence permit

You have to apply for a residence permit if you

– Are not a citizen of an EU member state, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland, and
– Intend to study longer than 90 days

You have to apply for a residence permit at the Alien Registration Office in your university town within your first three months in Germany.

Make sure to take the following documents with you when you apply:

– Confirmation of registration from the Residents’ Registration Office
– Confirmation of private or public health insurance coverage
– Student ID from your German university (certificate of enrolment)
– Proof of financial resources (if you didn’t present it earlier when you applied for a visa)
– Valid passport and current visa, if you have one
– Certificate of health (if applicable)
– Your tenancy agreement (if applicable)
– Biometric passport photos (if applicable)
– Money for the residence permit fee (inquire at the International Office about the current rate)

You initially receive a two-year residence permit which can be extended if necessary. The approval of an extension depends on whether your studies have proceeded “properly” (i.e. you are keeping within the standard period of study for your degree programme). You have to present a letter of confirmation to this effect from your university. And remember: You must apply for an extension before your residence permit expires!

Our Advantages

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We’re the only one stop station to support all students in every questions, from the admission at a German University to obtaining a Visa.

A representative will be there to give a warm welcome in your host country, we also provide a pick-up service from the airport upon your arrival.

Study All Abroad are working closely with a number of reputable Universities and Colleges all over Germany. We have full experience to provide professional consulting services for students who plan to study in Germany

We have close contact and regular training sessions with institutes to guarantee that Study All Abroad is equipped with updated course information, application requirements and procedures. Our staffs are fully ready to handle student applications effectively and efficiently

We sincerely care for our student’s future and are committed to provide reliable information and keeping to our promise.