If you are not being sponsored by an organization, you need to show proof of financial independence throughout your study period. During your interview at the German embassy, the consular officer will assess your financial independence based on the documents (e.g. bank statements, bond certificates, savings, assets, ...) you submit at the interview. It is … Continue reading Study in Germany – Formal Obligation (Verpflichtungserklärung)
...well, some African nationals 🙂 What is an e-Visa? Electronic visa (e-Visa) is an official document which allows you to freely enter a country. In comparison to the visa sticker or stamp, the e-Visa is a document you print or download on your device, usually a PDF. How do I get an e-Visa? Not all … Continue reading Countries accepting e-Visa applications for Africans
I have been asked quite a number of questions about how one can study in Germany. I put together some of the questions I remember to guide you in your decision to study in Germany. Is education free in Germany? Some universities charge no tuition fees, others do - usually the private universities. Do I … Continue reading Most asked questions about studying in Germany
Ghanaians need a visa to travel to Namibia. I applied for my visa through the Namibian Consulate in Berlin, Germany. Ghanaians living in Ghana can apply here. Two months before my travel, I submitted the following supporting documents via post: Completed application form Original Passport Copy of my German resident permit Copy of flight reservation … Continue reading Applying for a Namibian tourist visa
Effective June 2018, nationals of all countries can now apply for an eVisa to Ethiopia. No need to show up at the Ethiopian embassy. What is an eVisa? An electronic visa (eVisa) is a visa issued without the visa sticker in your passport. It is an authorized document which allows you enter your destination country. … Continue reading Ethiopian visa in 2 minutes!