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Welcome to Viber Education Institute Pvt. Ltd
Germany officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central Europe. It is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea; to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic; to the south by Austria and Switzerland; and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
1.8 million students around the world go abroad to attend a university. Nearly one tenth of those students choose to come to Germany. Germany has a lot to offer to foreign students, be they first year students or postgraduates. Germany's universities combine age-old traditions with modern technologies. More than 300 universities are featured on Campus Germany: from time-honoured institutions offering students the classical repertoire of subjects such as Medicine, Law, English and German to innovative new institutions of higher education with inter-disciplinary study programs. German universities are open to anyone who fulfils the prerequisites and academic freedom is one of the basic principles of the German university system. Many of today's students no longer want a purely theoretical education. A variety of universities of applied science in Germany offer balanced academic training necessary for a professional career. Practical experience in regional companies is often part of the curriculum. German companies are interested in attracting well-trained graduates from abroad. And in many cases, these former students can continue to work for the company as a foreign spokesperson once they return home.
Area and Population
The territory of Germany covers 357,021 km² and is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate. With over 82 million inhabitants, it has the largest population of any member state of the European Union and is home to the third-largest number of international migrants worldwide.
Germany is one of the most highly developed industrial nations in the world and, after the USA and Japan has the world’s third largest national economy. With a population of 82.3 million Germany is also the largest and most important market in the European Union(EU).
Why Nepali students choose Germany for their higher education?
Many Nepali students choosing Germany for their higher education share that they have gained much more than what they had expected from that country. Another reason why foreign students choose Germany for higher education right away is because studying there means chances to travel to other European countries for the continuation of the courses. The universities there provide facilities of transferring the credits to partner universities located in different countries of Europe. Checklist for student visa: -
•Valid passport or travel document (with a validity of at least 12 months)
•3 recent biometrical passport photographs (not older than six months)
•2 Visa application forms (please make sure that both forms are filled out and signed mentioning especially the address of your future residence in Germany (question 15) as well as your complete home address which includes telephone number and e-mail address in Nepal)
•Signed Declaration on True and Complete Information
•Copy of your passport’s data page (A4 size copy)
•Citizenship Certificate original and 2 copies
•Self-written letter of motivation explaining your motivation and reasons for studying in Germany
•Proof of admission to the relevant University or Institution ( scholarship certificate if applicable)
•School Leaving Certificate and mark-sheets
•Higher Secondary Education Board Certificate and mark-sheets
•Curriculum Vitae (CV)
•Proof of previous studies in the relevant area (e.g. Bachelor Degree, transcripts) if applicable
•If required by the university for the respective course: • Proof of knowledge of the German language (“Zertifikat B 1”, or English language (TOEFL, IELTS)
•Proof of financial means to cover the costs for the time of your studies by one of the following documents: • Confirmation of scholarship / stipend • Formal sponsorship letter from a sponsor living in Germany ("Verpflichtungserklärung" according to Art. 68 German Residence Act for Studies) • Blocked account ("Sperrkonto") in Germany in the name of the applicant showing a minimum balance of Euro 8.800,-- and the remark that the account holder can dispose of a monthly amount of Euro 720,00 (Euro 720,-- for 12 months including handling fee for the bank)