Student Visa for Germany: This is a standard student visa for all international students who have graduated (or will soon be graduating) from an accredited university and are ready to begin a full-time program at a German university.
Applicant Visa for Students in Germany: This visa is for students who want to stay in Germany and apply for a university program in person. However, you won't be able to study in the country with this visa as it is only valid during the process of a university application.
Visa for Language Course: If you want to take up a language program in Germany, you need to apply for this visa.
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If you want to apply for an Ireland student visa then there are two types for international students. A 'C type' visa if your course is less than three months and a 'D type' if your course is more than three months. Typically a visa interview includes questions like 1) Why do you want to study in this particular country? 2) Why did you choose this course? 3) For how long do you wish to stay after your course completion? 4) They will cross check your documents, and there will be few questions about them. 5) They will also check whether your financial source is legitimate or not. 6) They will ask you about your scores. Things like, 'Why do you have fewer scores?', 'What is the reason for this education gap?', etc. If you do all this perfectly, you'll definitely get your student visa. If you wish to know about the universities in Ireland then check this blog out - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/top-universities-for-masters-in-ireland/