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Visa Application

Study Visas for Europe

Do you need to apply for a visa before travelling to Europe? Don’t stress out, we can help you with the process. Depending on the different immigration rules in each country in Europe you may be able to visit and study in more than one city, having the opportunity to learn more languages and learn about other cultures.

Visa application process

Non-European students willing to live and study in a European country may need to apply for a VISA. There are different types of visas depending on the length of the stay or the course.
Some students must apply for a visa before travelling to Europe, while others may be able to complete the process once they have arrived at the country of destination.

There are requirements in terms of the type of course, number of hours and duration of the course or training, that are connected to the conditions of the different visas. Students that need a visa to study in Europe would normally be required to enroll in a full-time course that includes a minimum of 15 or 20 hours of tuition per week, depending on the local immigration rules.

Once the student have booked the course or training, we will help during the visa process, offering guidance on how to prepare the different documents required such as letter of application, curriculum vitae, evidence of financial support, academic background, health insurance, etc.

Study Visa for IRELAND

Non-European students will need a Short-stay Visa if they have applied for short-term course or training in Ireland with a duration of a maximum of 90 days. Some students must apply for a visa before travelling to Ireland while others may be able to complete the process once they have arrived in the country.

On the other hand, non-European students planning to do a language course or training in Ireland for more than 90 days and maximum of 8 months, must enroll in a full-time course and apply for a Long-term Study Visa. Once the student have booked the course or training, we will help during the visa process, offering guidance on how to prepare the different documents required such as letter of application, curriculum vitae, evidence of financial support, academic background, health insurance, etc.

Study Visa for SPAIN

Non-European students will need a Student Schengen Visa or a Short-stay Visa if they have applied for short-term course or training in Spain with a duration of a maximum of 90 days. Some students must apply for a visa before travelling to Spain while others may be able to complete the process once they have arrived in the country.

On the other hand, non-European students planning to study in Spain for a semester or Academic Year-long programs (more than 90 days) must enroll in a full-time course and apply for a Long-term Study Visa. Once the student have booked the course or training, we will help during the visa process, offering guidance on how to prepare the different documents required such as letter of application, curriculum vitae, evidence of financial support, academic background, health insurance, etc.

Study Visa for ITALY

Non-European students will need a Student Schengen Visa or a Short-stay Visa if they have applied for short-term course or training in Italy with a duration of a maximum of 90 days. Some students must apply for a visa before travelling to Italy while others may be able to complete the process once they have arrived in the country.

On the other hand, non-European students planning to study in Italy for more than 90 days must enroll in a full-time course and apply for a Long-term Study Visa. Once the student have booked the course or training, we will help during the visa process, offering guidance on how to prepare the different documents required such as letter of application, curriculum vitae, evidence of financial support, academic background, health insurance, etc.

Study Visa for GERMANY

Non-European students will need a Student Schengen Visa or a Short-stay Visa if they have applied for short-term course or training in Germany with a duration of a maximum of 90 days. Some students must apply for a visa before travelling to Germany while others may be able to complete the process once they have arrived in the country.

On the other hand, non-European students planning to do a language course or training in Germany for more than 90 days and for a maximum of 1 year must enroll in a full-time course and apply for a Language Course Visa (Visa for Language Learning).

Additionally, a Student Visa (Visum Zu Studienzwecken) is required for Long-term students that have applied for a German University. Once the student have booked the course or training, we will help during the visa process, offering guidance on how to prepare the different documents required such as letter of application, curriculum vitae, evidence of financial support, academic background, health insurance, etc.

Study Visa for FRANCE

Non-European students will need a Student Schengen Visa or a Short-stay Visa if they have applied for short-term course or training in France with a duration of a maximum of 90 days. Some students must apply for a visa before travelling to France while others may be able to complete the process once they have arrived in the country.

On the other hand, non-European students planning to study in France for more than 90 days must enroll in a full-time course and apply for a Long-term Study Visa.

Once the student have booked the course or training, we will help during the visa process, offering guidance on how to prepare the different documents required such as letter of application, curriculum vitae, evidence of financial support, academic background, health insurance, etc.