As a prospective scholar hoping to leave your home country for study abroad at any level, one of the compulsory things you would need to do is apply for a STUDENT VISA. Depending on the country you are hoping to get into, embassies across the world have different requirements for student visa applicants.
Below, we have compiled a short list of some of the basic requirements that most (European) embassies would need you to fulfill in order to successfully process your student visa:
1. Visa Fee: There is a compulsory fee you would need to pay to the embassy of your choice country (this fee is between 30 euros and 200 euros for countries in the European Union) to handle your visa processing. This fee varies in price across different embassies.
2. Travel Health Insurance: Also known as medical insurance, this provision is necessary to ensure that you can cover the expenses for any medical service in the event of any accident, injury or unexpected mishap during your stay outside the country.
3. Proof of Funds: There is a certain amount of funds that the embassy of your country of interest would require you to have in a bank account, to prove that you have enough money to finance your stay during your studies, except you would be studying on a scholarship.
It is important for you as a prospective scholar to make your findings or contact the appropriate embassy officials for adequate information on all the requirements for a student visa.
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