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Student Visa from Philippines to Germany

This student visa is for students who wish to travel to Germany for learning purposes. The admission letter from your institution of study is to be submitted. You are to submit proof of accommodation for your entire stay in Germany.  This could be either proof of payment of hostel fees or a family/friends contact who is a resident. All documents submitted for this visa application must contain original and 2 clear photocopies for application. Documentation showing that you have been accepted into an institution in Germany is to be submitted. You will also need to show proof that you satisfy the conditions for access to studying in Germany. This could be academic results or previously obtained learning certificates. Applicants are to provide proof of travel insurance with a minimum coverage of 30,000 covering any medical emergency for the duration of their stay. A medical certificate stating you do not carry any diseases that may endanger public health (such as Tuberculosis and other diseases that require quarantine) is also to be submitted. Proof of financial sustenance for the entire stay in Germany is needed. This could be a valid scholarship offer, recent bank statement from your sponsor or guardian, letter attesting sponsorship and a valid ID of your sponsor. Medical certificate issued not more than 6 months to the date of application is also important. A certificate of good conduct not more than 6 months to the date of the application is required to show that you have not been convicted of any crimes.  A letter of authorization signed by both parents and the original birth certificate is to be submitted for minor applicants. You can take up employment with this visa type but you are restricted to the number of days you can work. This means that you can work 120 full days each year or 240 half days.  If you take up a student or research assistant at your university, it might not be a problem to exceed the 120-day limit. It will be necessary for you to learn the German language seeing that it is the language of instruction at most educational institutions in Germany.  All students undertaking a German-taught program will need to be able to demonstrate a firm knowledge of the language, either by means of a language test result or by taking a preparatory course.

Category: Visas of Germany, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to Finland

The study visa is issued to the Philippines who want to study in an academical in Finland. Applicants must have been admitted into the institution of their choice before applying for this visa. A letter of invitation from the institution you have been accepted to should be provided.  The course you have enrolled for and the duration of the study should be stated in the letter. Applicant's international passport with a  minimum validity of six months from the date of departure is required. The validity of the student's visa depends on the embassy but is always more than 90 days. The passport biometric data is required. Certificates and transcripts from previously attended schools should be provided. A copy of the stay permit in the Philippine should be provided for non-Philippine citizens. Students are allowed to work for a period of time as long as it does not interfere with their studies. Proof of accommodation in the form of receipt for rent or dormitory reservations should be submitted. This visa may be extended to cover the period of your study. If you are a minor traveling without your parents, a letter of consent signed by both your parents should be provided. Also, an unabridged original copy of your birth certificate is required. Proof of full or part payment of tuition fees should be submitted. Applicants are to provide proof of financial sufficiency in form of bank statement that covers the applicant duration of stay. Bearers of this visa are allowed to work as long as it does not interfere with their studies. You are not allowed to seek public funds while you are in the country. Proof of payment of visa application form is required.

Category: Visas of Finland, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to Cyprus

This visa is for foreign students who wish to further their university or college degree in Cyprus. A letter of admission from the school in Cyprus is to be presented.  The applicant is to provide an enrollment certificate which allows them to attend courses in Cyprus. Proof of payment of acceptance fees is to be submitted for the visa application  Students in possession of this type of visa are to have the relevant permit issued by the Civil Archive and Migration Department for the visa application process.  The student visa is issued for a specific educational institution.  If any holder of this visa decides to change an institution, they have to obtain a new residence permit. Holders of this student visa are not permitted to work during their stay in Cyprus.  Exceptions are made by the consulate for certain courses for which working permits may be issued to enable practical training during the summer holidays such as IT and Engineering courses.  The Cyprus student visa is only issued to full-time students and a full-time student takes a minimum of 12 credits in a semester. Attendance of your courses/classes is compulsory as it concerns your program's discipline of study approved by the ministry of education and culture. As an international student, you are allowed to invite your friends and relatives to Cyprus. However, it is only under the condition that you can secure a bank deposit of 300 Cyprus Pound for each invited person. The applicants are to provide certificates and transcripts from their previously attended schools. A copy of their stay permit for non-citizens is to be submitted. This visa can be extended to cover the duration of your study in the country. If you are a minor, a letter of authorization signed by both your parents is required. The original copy of your birth certificate should be presented. Applicants of this visa are expected to present a proof of clean criminal record. Receipt of paid visa application fee is required.

Category: Visas of Cyprus, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to Denmark

This visa type is for visa applicants who wish to travel to Denmark to study in an academic institution. The study visa permits its holder to remain in Denmark for a duration of 3 months. Before you apply for the student visa, you must have received an admission offer to study in Denmark from a Danish educational institution. If an applicant's study would exceed 3 months, the applicant should apply for a long-stay study visa. Applicants are to submit a valid passport with a validity of not less than 6 months from the proposed date of travel. A copy of the passport's biometric data should be submitted. Applicants are to submit their previous passports together with the current one if any. You must have been accepted to study in one of the institutions in the country before this visa is issued to you. A letter of acceptance written with the official letterhead of the school you have been accepted into is required. Certificates and transcripts from previously attended schools should be provided. A copy of your stay permit in Philippines should be provided for non-citizens. Foreign students may work in Denmark part-time when school is in session and full-time when the school is on break. Proof of academic qualification for the intended course of study should be submitted by the applicant. Proof of financial sufficiency that covers applicants' duration of stay must be provided in order to travel to Denmark to study. Proof of part or full payment of tuition fee should be submitted. This visa may be extended to cover the period of your study. Proof of accommodation in the form of a dormitory contract or rental agreement should be submitted. If you are a minor traveling without your parents, a letter of consent signed by both your parents should be provided.  Also, an unabridged original copy of your birth certificate is required. Receipt of paid visa application form is required. To study in Denmark, you must provide proof of some proficiency in the Danish language.

Category: Visas of Denmark, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to France

This visa type is for foreign students from Philippines who have been accepted into any of the academic institutions in France. It is also for students on student exchange programs, Internships or students who are on transfer from academic institutions in Philippines. Visa applicants who have not been granted admission into any institution in France will not be granted this visa. A letter of acceptance from the institution the applicant has been accepted to, written on the institution’s letterhead is to be provided. Certificates and transcripts obtained from schools previously attended by the applicant in and out of Philippines are required. If you are under the age of 18 years, the original copy of your birth certificate carrying both names of your parents should be provided. If you will be traveling without either of your parents, a letter of consent signed by both parents is required. International students in France are permitted to work part-time when school is in session and full-time when the school is on break. The student visa can be extended to cover the duration of the applicant’s study program. Proof of sustenance of the applicants throughout their entire stay in France is to be submitted.

Category: Visas of France, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to Italy

This visa is for persons who wish to travel to Italy to study in any of the institutions of learning in Italy. This visa is also for those who are going to Italy for internship programmes. A no-objection letter is required from the educational institution where you are currently enrolled (if applicable). Internship agreement signed between the company in Italy, the establishment of origin and the trainee must be provided. An original and legible photocopy of acceptance of enrollment by the Italian School of Institution, stating clearly the duration of the course is required. Dichiarazione di Valore (Declaration of Value) of the applicant’s educational certificates duly legalized by the Consular office of the Consulate-General is important.  The local Institution or school should advise this Consulate directly in case it is not required. Foreign students are not allowed to work while on this visa. Proof of payment of visa application fees. A notarized parental authorization is required from the applicant’s parents especially if the applicant is a minor. Proof of sponsorship of the applicant should be submitted, this could be scholarship letters.

Category: Visas of Italy, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to Jamaica

The Jamaican students visa is for Philippine students who wish to be study in any of the academic institutions in Jamaica  Police clearance for student applicants between the age of 18 and 79 years old is required for this visa application. Minors over the age of 14 years must apply in person and accompanied by their parents or legal guardian. The minor's birth certificate and an ID of their parents or guardians are to be submitted. A letter from the educational institution in Jamaica is to be provided. The letter is to indicate the applicant's purpose of travel to Jamaica and state how long the applicant will be in Jamaica. A medical certificate is to be submitted, issued from a reputable medical institution in Philippines stating that the applicant does not have any contagious diseases that require quarantine. The applicant is to submit the admission letter from the institution in Jamaica. Previously collected transcripts and results/certificates from previously attended institutions in and out of Philippine are to be submitted. The applicant is to submit a No-Objection certificate from their school in Philippines.  The applicant's parents are to submit a letter stating that they are aware of the applicant's planned trip. Foreign students are not allowed to work off the school campus during their first year in Jamaica.  After their first year, they can take up employment outside the school campus after they must have applied for a work permit which costs 15,000JMD depending on the duration of the work and its nature.

Category: Visas of Jamaica, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to Russian Federation

The Russian student visa enables foreign students to take up a program of study in any of the institutions of learning in Russia. The Russian student visa is initially valid for 90 days but can be extended to up to one year to cover the duration of the study. To extend your visa, you have to apply to the local division of the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation (FMS of Russia). Before applying for this visa, ensure that you have been offered admission to the school of your choice in Russia. An official letter from the Russian university, institute or college confirming the applicant has been admitted and is allowed to attend lectures is to be submitted. Previous educational certificates from past institutions attended are to be provided also. Proof of payment of tuition fees must be provided. A copy of the HIV test result which must be certified at the local office of the secretary of your state and translated into Russian is to be submitted. Student visa Applicants should have at least 325,425 RUB (USD 5,000) per year to cover all stay expenses in Russia. If you intend to work part-time as a student, you will require a work permit from the Federal Migration Service (FMS).  The cost of a work permit for those on a Russian study visa is RUB 3,500 (USD 60). Applicants are expected to be of perfect health before coming into Russia. A certified document that shows this must be presented.

Category: Visas of Russian Federation, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to United States of America

The student's visa is for foreign students who are willing to study in the United States. There are four types of student visas. The F-1 visa is for students applying for a program that requires more than 18 hours of study in a week. This includes all undergraduate and graduate programs. If you want to attend a college, university, elementary school, high school, seminary or language training course, the appropriate visa type is the F-1 visa. You can take up on-campus work with restrictions. The J-1 visa or Exchange Visitor Visa is for students, visiting scholars or lecturers pursuing an exchange program.  For example, Fulbright scholars and many students on short-term study abroad programs from foreign universities will travel to the U.S. on a J-1 visa. It is also given to candidates who have been sponsored by companies. The M-1 visa is a type of student visa reserved for vocational and technical schools.  It is for those attending a vocational or technical course or other non-academic institutions. While the process remains similar to an F-1 visa, the difference is that on entering, the M-1 visas are time-stamped and students cannot overstay their visit. You may not work until you have completed your study program in the USA. The Q-1 visa is for participants in an international cultural exchange program. The school you intend to attend and the course of study will determine what category of student visa you will be applying for. You should have applied to study in the institution of choice and must have been accepted before you can apply for and be issued any of the categories of the student visa. The admission letter from the institution you have been admitted to be submitted. It is mandatory to provide proof of accommodation for your stay in the USA. Minors should ensure that their parents sign the application form

Category: Visas of United States of America, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to United Kingdom

The Tier 4 Student (Adult) visa is for students who intend to undertake any post-16 education at an institution in the UK for a full-time course.  The Tier 4 Student (Adult) visa allows students to participate in both short and long term courses of at least 6 months in duration. An admission letter from the institution of study in the UK is to be provided. You are to provide valid proof of accommodation for your duration of stay in the UK. All documents submitted for this visa application must be the original copies and you are to include 2 clear photocopies for the application. Documentation showing that you have been accepted into an institution in the UK is required. You will also need to show proof that you meet the conditions for access to studying in the UK. This could be academic results or previously obtained learning certificates. As an international student, you are to apply for a national long-stay visa which will allow you to stay longer than 6 months. Applicants are to provide proof of travel insurance with a minimum coverage of 30,000 Euro covering any medical emergency for the duration of their stay. A medical certificate stating that you do not carry any diseases that may endanger public health (like Tuberculosis and other contagious diseases) is required. Proof of financial sustenance for the applicant's entire stay in the Uk is to be provided.  This proof could be a valid scholarship offer, recent bank statements, a  letter attesting sponsorship and a valid ID of your sponsor. You can work part-time when school is in session and full-time when the school is on a break as long as it will not affect your studies. The medical certificate which must have been issued not more than 6 months to the date of application is required for this application. A certificate of good conduct not more than 6 months to the date of the application is required to show that you have not been convicted of any crimes. For minors, a letter of authorization signed by both parents and the original copy of their birth certificate should be presented.

Category: Visas of United Kingdom, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to China

The Chinese student's visa is issued to students who wish to study in any of the academic institutions in China. This visa is valid for 6 months. Applicants of this visa must have been offered admission into one of the institutions in China otherwise, they will be refused of this visa. A letter of acceptance from the institution the applicant has been accepted in is to be submitted.  The letter should state the course the applicant has been offered and the duration of the study program. Applicants of this visa are to provide certificates and transcripts gotten from the schools they have previously attended. Applicants of this visa must have a clean criminal record. Foreign students are allowed to work for a period of time provided that it does not interfere with their study program. Holders of this visa are to apply for a residence permit within 30 days of their arrival in China. Proof of payment of visa application fee should be provided.

Category: Visas of China, Visa, Student visa

Student Visa from Philippines to Belgium

This student visa is for Philippine students who wish to study in a Belgian learning institution. All official documents are to be legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Embassy of Belgium in the Philippines. All documents submitted for this visa application must contain an original and 2 clear photocopies. Your passport must be valid for at least 15 months after the applicant's exit from Belgium and it must have at least 2 blank pages for visa stamps. 3 recent passport-sized photographs are to be submitted for the application. Documentation showing that you have been accepted into an institution of learning in Belgium is required. Proof that the applicant satisfied the conditions for access to studying in Belgium is to be submitted. This proof could be academic results or previously obtained learning certificates and transcripts. As an international student, you will need to apply for a national long-stay visa which will allow you to stay longer than 90 days in Belgium. Applicants are to provide proof of travel insurance with a minimum coverage of €30,000 covering any medical emergency for the duration of their stay. A medical certificate stating that the applicant does not carry any diseases that may endanger public health (such as Tuberculosis and other diseases that may require quarantine)is also to be submitted. Proof of financial sustenance for the applicant's entire stay in Belgium is needed. This proof could be a valid scholarship offer, recent bank statement, letter attesting sponsorship and a valid ID of the sponsor. An enrollment certificate allowing attendance of courses in Belgium is required. Holders of this visa can work part-time when school is in session and full-time when the school is on the break as long as it will not affect their studies. This visa can be extended to cover the duration of the applicant's study in the country. Medical certificate issued not more than 6 months to the date of application is to be submitted for this application. A certificate of good conduct not more than 6 months to the date of the application is required to show that the applicant has not been convicted for any crimes.  For minors, a letter of authorization signed by both parents and the original copy of their birth certificate should be presented.

Category: Visas of Belgium, Visa, Student visa