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Frequently asked questions

What are the rules about visas and entering Germany?

All European Union citizens can enter Germany without a visa. Generally speaking, visas are needed in all other cases, though the visa requirement has been abolished for certain short stays. Detailed information about the regulations and application procedures is available from Germany’s Federal Foreign Office.

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How can I find a study place in Germany?

Germany’s higher education institutions offer numerous opportunities for students from abroad, with more than 20,000 degree courses to choose from. A whole host of scholarship programmes provide financial support. The German Academic Exchange Programme (DAAD) highlights possible paths to Germany, scholarships and language courses.

Study and research in Germany – DAAD


What are my chances on the German labour market?

Skilled professionals from all over the world are welcome in Germany. Since 2020, a Skilled Immigration Act has been making it easier for non-EU citizens to find a job in Germany. The “Make it in Germany” portal has all the information you need about the German labour market.

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How can I best learn German?

The best way to learn the language is of course in Germany, though a wide range of language courses is also available abroad. There are many opportunities to learn German online, too. You will find a great deal of useful information about language and culture at the Goethe-Institut.

Goethe-Institut | Language. Culture. Germany.


What can I discover when travelling around Germany?

Be it the North Sea, the Alps or the Black Forest, Berlin, Hamburg or Munich – Germany has so many fascinating places to visit. The German National Tourist Board presents all kinds of different destinations and gives you tips for your next holiday.

Experience Germany as a travel destination – Germany Travel