It's all about the money...

No study abroad without the necessary financial resources

Non-EU students must prove that they have at least 720 euros (853 euros from 01.01.2020) per month available for the length of their stay in order to apply for a visa or residence title.

Use our template and note the additional information on how you can prove the financing of your studies.

Bring the original proof with you to Konstanz. 

In case you intend to open a blocked bank account for your visa application from your home country, you may use one of the following providers:

  Deutsche Bank Expatrio Coracle Fintiba
Blocked
account type
Checking
account
Escrow
account
Escrow
account
Escrow
account
Who is not eligible to open a blocked account? Persons from Iran, Syria, Sudan, North Korea,
Cuba and Myanmar.
Persons under 18 y.  Persons under 18 y. Persons with US Tax ID, Persons from Iran, North Korea and Persons under 18 y.
Combination with a German health insurance
possible?
No up to 29 years: TK
30 years and older: Dr-Walter
up to 29 years: TK, HEK,
Barmer
30 years and older: Mawista
Fintiba PLUS 
110 € CashBack!
up to 29 years: DAK
30 years and older: Mawista
One-time setup fee 150 € 49 € + 
100 € (buffer)
99 € 89 €
Monthly fees AktivKonto
5.90 €
5 € 0 € 4.90 €
Setup time
(approx.)
1-4 weeks 1 week 1 week 1 week
Additional checking
account in
Germany required
No Yes
(eg N26.com)
Yes
(eg N26.com)
Yes
(eg N26.com)

Update: October 2019 |  All information is subject to change.