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Student Schengen Visa

by Seek Academy Training Institute


Student visa Europe is more commonly known as the student Schengen visa. Schengen is nothing but the area in 26 European countries which allow the free movement of people. These countries follow common rules, have a common currency, and a common judicial system as well. Some of the major countries in the Schengen area are; Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.


Seek Consultants specialize in Student Visa Europe/ student Schengen visa. The student Schengen visa permits a student to visit any of the 26 countries for the purpose of studies. However, the Schengen visa is valid for 3 months only. If the course duration is longer than that, the student has to apply for that country’s visa at the embassy.


DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR STUDENT SCHENGEN VISA:


  • Students are required to furnish the following documents for a student Schengen visa.

  • The student has to fill 2 application forms. The information in them should be absolutely correct. The forms must be signed by the applicant.

  • Schengen visa requirements mandate that the applicant has to submit 2 identical passport size photographs not older than 3 months.

  • Applicants must have a valid passport.

  • The applicant must produce documents which substantiate that they are the citizen of that country.

  • Students are required to show proof of the dates of entry and exit from the Schengen region.

  • Travel and medical insurance are absolutely necessary. Insurance cover of €30,000 is mandatory in case any emergency medical issue arises.

  • Dorm contract, rent agreement with a property owner in Schengen region, invitation letter by the institute or resident in the Schengen region act as proof of accommodation.

  • Acceptance letter from an educational institute is also required.

  • Previous educational qualifications like a diploma, certificate, academic records, etc. are to be furnished by the applicant.

  • Also, the student has to prove that they have sufficient financial resources to finance their stay and study in Europe.

  • Paid student Schengen visa fee receipt.


SOME IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT STUDENT SCHENGEN VISA:


The student visa application must be submitted to the consulate of the respective country in your country of residence. The right time to apply for the Schengen visa is 4 weeks prior to departure. However, at the earliest, students can apply 3 months prior to their journey.  At the latest, the application can be made 15 days prior to the journey. It is advised that you don’t wait for the last day to apply. Applying prior will give the visa department enough time for processing.


Usually, it takes around 15 days to get the student Schengen visa. However, in some special cases, it may take a bit over than 30 days. The Schengen visa is valid only for 3 months. If the course duration is longer than that, the student has to apply for a long stay visa.


Normal student Schengen visa prohibits students from working in the Schengen region but the long-stay student Schengen visas enable students to work for a fixed number of hours per week. Schengen visa is issued to an individual student and it prohibits them from bringing any family members along. Family members may apply for a visiting family member visa or tourist visa.


Student Schengen visa is not governed by any age limit. This basically means that anyone with the aim of studying in the Schengen zone can apply for this kind of visa. Those who find this process overwhelming can take help from Seek Consultants. They have a special Study in Europe Consultants that will help you select the best combination of course and college in Europe. Also, they will help you with the documentation of the student Schengen visa. 


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