- Visa information
All German courses are currently held online! The office is still open.
Our German courses are currently held online. Further information here.
If you need to apply for a German language course visa, you should contact the German embassy or a German consulate in your home country for information on the requirements you have to meet.
In some countries, you will be requested to prove that you already have some knowledge of German. In addition, you may be required to pay the fees for your language course in advance. If you have needed and are granted a visa, you must attend our classes on a regular basis. Please note that you are required to sign up for a German intensive course with at least 20 class units of 45 minutes each per week.
One of many other requirements for the granting of a visa to study German in Germany is fulfilled by presenting our confirmation of enrolment to the German embassy or consulate. TANDEM Munich will send you this confirmation letter upon receipt of your enrolment form and a deposit of € 200.- for each month you enrol for.
TANDEM Munich cannot guarantee the granting of the requested visa or intervene in any way in the processing of your visa application. If your visa application is refused, please send us a copy of the rejection notice issued by the embassy. We will then reimburse your down payment, retaining a processing fee of € 100.-
Visa information from the local authorities
Addresses of all German Embassies
Information for students:
Information on Germany visa types:
Information about Studying in Germany:
EU Blue Card Germany: