The student applicant visa is for non-Germans who have applied to a German University. They may have applied for preparatory courses, or been confirmed as applicants with high prospects for admission. However, they have not been officially admitted, as they have other conditions or requirements to fulfil. For instance, sitting for an examination or attending an interview. Also, it could be a practical test. In short, this type of visa is meant for foreigners who have conditional admissions at a German university.
Therefore a prospective student applicant visa candidate is one who has applied to a German school. Also, the student must have decent chances for admission in the school. The school must be a state school or a state-approved school. However, the institution can be a state-approved German Language course preparatory classes.
The student applicant visa issued to individuals who:
- Are taking Full-time University Studies
- Propaedeutic Course
- Mandatory Preliminary Internship
- German Language courses for studies
- State Preparatory College “Studienkolleg“: Foreigners undertake this course before taking the “Feststellungsprüfung“. This document is for you
Other types of study visas include: