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Completing your training

Completing your training

While citizens of the EU, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Norway or Switzerland are exempt from visa requirements, citizens of other countries require a visa. Further requirements in Germany are the acquisition of the German language at a minimum B1 level and proof of school leaving certificate. In some cases, proof of schooling can be provided in the […]

Completing your training

While citizens of the EU, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Norway or Switzerland are exempt from visa requirements, citizens of other countries require a visa.

Further requirements in Germany are the acquisition of the German language at a minimum B1 level and proof of school leaving certificate. In some cases, proof of schooling can be provided in the form of a competence assessment.

Further requirements in Germany are the acquisition of the German language at at least B1 level and proof of school leaving certificate. In some cases, it is possible to prove that you are at school by establishing a competence.

An apprenticeship in Germany takes two to three years. Depending on the choice of occupation, a distinction is made between school-based and company-based (dual) training.