German Student Visa Questions and Answers [Part 1] |

German Student Visa Questions and Answers [Part 1]

 Germany has the biggest economy in Europe and when it comes to study, it is called the  LAND of IDEAS. Their education is of high quality a...

 Germany has the biggest economy in Europe and when it comes to study, it is called the  LAND of IDEAS. Their education is of high quality and almost free; no tuition to no tuition public schools. Their Visa interview play a key role in getting visa to the country. Below are some of questions one should look out for:

These questions point out the following matters:

  • Decision on following studies in Germany
  • Knowledge about Germany
  • Information about future studies in Germany
  • Current academic and skills level
  • Current and future financial status
  • Common information about the study field
  • Accommodation in Germany
  • Relationships with people living in Germany/Europe
  • Holidays and semester-break
  • Plans of the future

Let us try if you we can help with some Answered German student visa Interview questions

First area is about your Decision on following studies in Germany

  • Why do you want to study in Germany?

Answer: Education in Germany is not only high quality but also practice oriented, which means that it is not a surprise if one makes a decision to study there. In fact, Germany is one of the top 3 destinations for students. Studies are often low tuition and there is a high level of security, the richness of the culture/history and diversity.


  • Why this city?

Answer: Emphasis on this answer should be on the school and not the city. If possible answer that you made a decision to go to that school and it happens to be in that city. Even more, show that you are interested in the city as well by mentioning some of the tourist attraction areas there.

  • Why did you choose this course? Is it relevant to your previous study?

Answer: It is always better if the program is in your area of previous study but if it is not, nothing stops you from explaining why you decided on that particular program. It could be the high ranking nature of the program and quality of the program as well as the orientation (practice) of the course. In other cases, alumni or your own research online.

  • Why did you choose this university and how did you find about it?

Answer: Apart from the choice of program, one has to explain the choice of school; why that particular University was chosen. It could be that DAAD website has information and that is where you saw it or it was through your own research. It is even better if the university has a connection to your home university.

  • Isn’t this course offered by any university or college in your country?

Answer: It is important to note that the practice-oriented nature of Studies in Germany comes to play when asked this question. Draw the difference between the course structure and quality in your country and that of Germany.

  • Which are the other universities you have applied to?

Answer: In case you did apply in another university in Germany, you must let them know. Explain that you are contented you have been accepted for studies by the current university and you are excited to start the enrollment in studies.

  • Who motivated you to go Germany?

Answer: Let them know you have been constantly supported by your family, friend, or partner during the entire journey since the beginning and it continues so far. Name the person which mostly motivated to chase your overseas studies in Germany.

  • Why do you want to study in Germany and not in Canada or the USA?

Answer: Germany competes with other countries as of first-class quality, practice-oriented and internationally-oriented study programs, but also as of the low-cost or no-cost studies. You might answer that studying in Germany is more affordable and feasible compared to in Canada or USA.

  • Can you tell me some facts about your university?

Answer: Make a summary of the university activity including who was the founder, in which year was founded, which are main study fields, number of students/yearly, number of graduates/every year, number of departments, number of innovations and laureates, internship programs, type of courses offered, course structure, how many international-oriented programs, research programs, and so on.




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