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Accommodation Intern can rent shared flat, dormitory or whole apartment. It is advised to start looking for apartment as soon as possible. Prices differ from approx. 100 euros to 350 euros www.immobilo.de www.hostelworld.com www.jugendherberge.de
Visa Students from the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) and from some other countries can enter Germany without a visa. Countries outside of EU have different regulations, each country has to be looked up. Student has to contact Germany consulate of their country and follow procedure. Note procedure and fees differ from country to country. All info can be checked there http://www.visahq.com/http://www.visahq.com/
Residence permit? As soon as intern have found a room or an apartment, he/she is required to report to the registration authorities within the period of one week. Reporting to the registration authorities is a compulsory procedure for everyone who has a place of residence in Germany. To register, intern must present: Passport, if necessary with a visa, Rental agreement or confirmation from landlord that you he/she moved into his/her accommodation, Possibly other documents such as the registration certificate from company or university. Important: The registration authorities will provide student with confirmation of registration. It has to be kept in safe place.
Residence permit If intern is from EU country or citizen from Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland, he or she already receives right for residence from registration authorities. If intern is not from countries listed above he/she has to follow residence permit procedure. As a rule, the following documents are required: confirmation of registration from the registration authorities (see above), proof of health insurance registration certificate from your German university, possibly proof of financial resources, your passport, possibly with visa possibly a health certificate. You can obtain more details about this from the German diplomatic agency in your country when you apply for your visa, or from the foreigners' authorities in your university town. possibly your rental agreement, sufficient cash to pay fees, biometric passport photos. The first time you apply for a residence permit, you will be required to pay a fee of up to 110 euro, and up to 80 euro for an extension.
Bank account Five best bank in Germany : Deutsche Bank (Frankfurt a.M., 2.24 trillion) Commerzbank (Frankfurt a.M., 673 billion) Kfw Bankgruppe (Frankfurt a.M., 516 billion) DZ Bank (Frankfurt a.M., 406 billion) HVB Group (HypoVereinsbank) (Munich, 392 billion)
Insurance To take part in an internship program, you need to have health insurance. Your student health insurance policy is sufficient. If you are not registered at a German university at the time of your internship, you must take out your own health insurance. You should also find out from your internship coordinator/employer before you start your internship whether and with which company you are covered by accident and personal liability insurance.
Language courses A complete language course can cost up to 2000 EUR http://www.goethe.de/ http://www.gls-sprachenzentrum.de/ http://www.carl-duisberg-german- courses.com/ http://www.carl-duisberg-german- courses.com/ http://www.humboldt-institut.org/