Studying abroad opens a lot of opportunities for a university entrant, but before this long-cherished dream comes true an entrant have to prepare a whole pile of documents necessary for enrollment in a higher education institution and, of course, for getting a long-term student visa. This type of visa is classified as non-immigrant. Many university applicants face some difficulties at the stage of documents preparation for a visa, even more questions arise just before going for an interview at the consulate.
Often, applicants are denied a visa which becomes an insurmountable obstacle to the dream of studying at a prestigious university. To avoid such situations, you should know several rules that will help you to get a desired pass to the territory of another country.
Student visas processing terms and fees
|Country||Visa code||Processing time||Cost||Personal presence|
|USA||F-1/M-1||Under 2 weeks||360 USD||Required|
|UK||Tier 4||Over 2 weeks||477 USD||Required|
|Australia||500||Under 40 days||75 USD||Required|
|France||D||1 - 4 weeks||€99||Required|
|Germany||D||4 - 8 weeks||€60||Required|
|China||X1||Under 2 weeks||Under 150 USD||Not required|
|Netherlands||MVV||Under 3 weeks||€300||Not required|
|Greece||D||1 - 8 weeks||€120||Required|
|Finland||D||2 - 3 weeks||€330||Not required|
|Israel||А/2||Under 2 weeks||46 USD||Required|