Visa for Internship/Training/Language Courses
This means that you would like to enter Germany for a short stay of up to 90 days in order to take part in a language course, further training or an internship
You need to submit the following documents as originals:
|1.||completed and signed visa application form for Schengen visa|
valid passport and 1 copy of the passport data page
Validity of passport must exceed the duration of intended stay in Germany by at least 3 months. Passport must contain at least 2 blank pages and must have been issued within the past 10 years.
|3.||1 recent passport picture with white background|
original birth certificate of the applicant, based on the first registration plus 1 copy
|5.||previous passports, if applicable|
|6.||flight reservation for round-trip (no ticket required)|
visa fee of 80.00 Euro, only payable in cash in Ghana Cedi
travel health insurance, covering entire duration of stay and valid for all Schengen States
proof of accommodation / hotel reservation
proof of sufficient financial resources for the planned stay:
proof of social and economic ties to country of residence
The following documents need to be submitted additionally for Internship/Training/Language Course Visa:
|12.||letter from host institution or confirmed registration in a language course|
information on duration (working hours a week) and salary, if applicable
|14.||proof of payment of the course (for language courses/training)|
The required documents must be submitted complete at the personal interview. Documents sent in advance cannot be considered.
It is not possible to process incomplete applications. Incomplete applications will be rejected.
Note on proof of financial means:
In general, all costs of the trip must be borne by the applicant. Only a personal and worldwide accessible bank account is suitable as proof of financial means. Bank statements and pay stubs are considered proof of financial means.
Please note that the Embassy will not accept or consider bank statements from unlicensed microfinance institutions or unlicensed banks. Lists of officially licensed financial institutions can usually be found on the homepage of the respective bank responsible for licensing (e.g. www.bog.gov.gh). It is strongly discouraged to use a bank statement from a microfinance institution or rural bank for a visa application.
Note on formal obligation:
If the cost of the trip cannot be borne by the applicant: Formal obligation of the host/invitee according to §§ 66 to 68 Residence Act in original, confirmed by the local aliens authority in Germany.