VFS Mumbai Germany postgrad student visa services resume
Germany student visa applications are now being accepted again from postgraduate Master students at VFS Mumbai.
The VFS Global Germany visa application centre (VAC) in Mumbai has resumed the booking of appointments from prospective Indian Master students from this week.
The student visa appointments at VFS Germany VAC in Mumbai are currently only available for postgraduate Master students, as well as full scholarship, PhD and Post-Doc students.
Germany student visa appointments in VFS Mumbai now available
The VFS Germany visa application centre is allowing postgraduate international students to book student visa appointments in Mumbai.
If you are a postgraduate Master, PhD or PostDoc student, you can visit this page to book a German student visa appointment at VFS Mumbai.
The student visa appointment slots are expected to be filled quickly as they were made available to applicants from yesterday, Monday 7 September, for the first time since the COVID-19 lockdown.
Master students looking to book a visa appointment will need to be holding a binding and unconditional admission letter (“unbeschränkte Zulassung”) from a German university and a separate confirmation letter from the university that their personal presence in Germany is required for the course.
Attendance at the Mumbai Germany VAC will be by appointment only.
VFS also resumed accepting German student visa applications in Chennai, Hyderabad and New Delhi
Earlier we reported that VFS had already resumed accepting postgraduate student visa applications in various Indian cities.
Chennai and Hyderabad’s VFS Germany VACs are accepting appointments from Master students as well as PhD and Post-Doc students.
Additionally, Global Education Times reported that VFS Global’s Germany visa application centre (VAC) in New Delhi had already started booking appointments for Indian Master students in the NCR catchment area for November 2020.
VFS has confirmed that, like its other VACs, strict social distancing rules and Coronavirus prevention measures are being enforced.
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