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Our services

As DzidzaiEdu, we aim to help our clients secure enrollment in Bachelor's and Master's Programs within a vast network of academic institutions in Germany. We were founded and are partly run by students who have undergone these procedures and have had vast experience assisting other students through these processes.

We are determined to making your application and enrollment process, and your move to Europe’s economic powerhouse, as simple as possible.

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Relevant Information about Studying in Germany

Our goal is to provide Applicants with relevant information about Studying in Germany and make it as understandable as possible. We have optimised the application processes and turned it into comprehensible steps or stages.

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One on One Consultation & Personalized Roadmap

With University applications, everyone has their own specific wishes and path they want to follow. Our Team works one on once with the applicants to fully understand and cater to their specific needs.

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Germany Study Visa Application

Most applicants who consult with us have mostly received their Visa from the Germany Embassy. Our team helps each candidate gather all the required and necessary documents before going for the visa application. This reduces the chances of their visa application being denied.

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Increasing the Chance of Studying and Living in Germany

Our experience with applications and communicating with Germany Institutions for the past number of years, has taught us how to approach each application differently and understanding the numerous documents required to apply and be accepted at a Germany University or Institution.

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Living Costs when Studying in Germany & Processing Fees

As part of our commitment to helping our clients, we have compiled some estimates of expected living expenses and the fees that will be associated with the whole application process. We offer different packages to applicants according to their needs and budgets. Studying in Germany requires applicants to be well organised and great preparation as well.

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Apply to Study at a Germany University

Our Services

Consultation

One on One 1 Hour Consultation
  • A personalized booklet containing information for your application,
    available programs and the respective Universities.
  • An in-depth explanation about studying in Germany
  • Question and Answer session if you have any areas that you would need clarified.
  • The Consultation Fee is USD$100.00 (non-refundable)
  • Book the Consultation via Whatsapp or Send an email to info@dzidzaiedu.com

Standard

Application to 1 university
  • Germany Visa Application
  • Opening a Germany Blocked Account
  • Regular Communication on E-mail
  • Application for Student Halls/ Hostels in Germany
  • Application for Germany Health Insurance

Premium

Application to 3 universities
  • Germany Visa Application
  • Opening a Germany Blocked Account
  • Regular Communication on Whatsapp and E-mail
  • Application for Student Halls/ Hostels in Germany
  • Application for Germany Health Insurance

Deluxe

Application to 5 or more universities
  • Germany Visa Application
  • Opening a Germany Blocked Account
  • Regular Communication on Whatsapp and E-mail
  • Application for Student Halls/ Hostels in Germany
  • Application for Germany Health Insurance

Addon Welcome Package

Application to 5 or more universities
  • Airport pickup in Germany
  • Written guide of the Public Transport System
  • Regular Communication on Whatsapp and E-mail
  • Map of City
  • Assistance with registering accommodation
    with city Legitimation for blocked account
  • Opening of local bank account

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Options for Applying

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Applications for Studying Bachelors or Masters Program in Germany

If you are planning to study abroad in Germany, you can conatct us and we will be happy to assist you with providing the relevant information and requirements. We can assist students to apply and be accepted for Bachelors programs and Masters Programs.

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Applications for the Germany Vocational Training Program in Germany

Germany has opened its indutries to offer vocational training. It is an oppotunity to acquire a professional qualification and experience at the same time. We assist applicant to apply for the VISA thats will allow you to look for a Vocational Training Place in Germany.

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Frequently Asked Questions
& Answers

In order for us to carry out your applications, we need you to fill out our application form in which you will have to fill out personal details and information about your educational history. You can find the application form HERE. Once you have done that, we will get back to you via E-mail with more information.

If you are already in Germany but are not yet enrolled at a University/Foundation college or would like to switch to another University, we can assist you with information about that and can help you with applications.

Because most of the Universities that we assist in applying to are completely tuition-free, there aren’t a lot of scholarships available for our typical applicant. Due to this and the complexity of the process, we cannot offer this service. We recommend you visit www.daad.de if you are interested in scholarships for study in Germany.

Compared to some other European countries, Germany is not very expensive. The costs of food, housing, clothing and cultural activities are slightly higher than the EU average. On average, students in Germany spend around 850 euros per month on living costs. The largest expense is rent.

No, you cannot study for a degree in Germany without A’levels as you are not recognized to have a high school qualification comparable to the German Abitur. You can, however, enroll in a vocational training program and graduate with a Diploma. Once you have this, you can then also study for a degree.

Yes, the German embassy in Zimbabwe requires proof of previous knowledge in German when you are applying for a Visa to learn German.

Yes, you are required to provide proof of accomodation when applying for a Visa for Germany. This can be in the form of a hotel/hostel booking, student accommodation or private accommodation.

Yes, international students who wish to take up jobs after they graduate are required to apply for a normal residence permit extension. They can extend it for up to 18 months during which the student can look for jobs. Once you are offered a job, you can then proceed to apply for the EU Blue Card. THis card helps you to stay and work in multiple European countries. If you would like to settle permanently, then you can apply for a settlement permit as early as 2 years after receiving the EU Card.

Yes, you will be required to show proof of medical insurance for at least 90 days in order to get your Visa.

No, there are several options of accommodation. You can choose to live in student residences, share a flat with other students (this is known as a Wohngemeinschaft or “WG” in German) or you can choose to rent your own place.

Yes. Non-EU/EEA students are allowed to work in Germany alongside their studies, for 120 full days or 240 half days per year. If you take an internship during your semester break, this is regarded as normal work, even if it’s unpaid. This means that every day of your internship is subtracted from your 120-day credit balance. However, mandatory internships which are required for your course do not count towards your limit. However, non-EU students are not permitted to work in a self-employed or freelance capacity.
Students in Germany can earn up to €450 (~US$491) per month tax-free. If you earn more than this, you will receive an income tax number and have automatic tax deductions from your salary.

Germany introduced a minimum wage in 2021; it currently stands at 9,50 EUR an hour. How much you can earn however depends heavily on your skills, the industry in which you are working, and the regional labour market. In cities like Munich or Hamburg hourly wages are usually higher, but so is the cost of living. For academic assistants, production assistants in industry or service staff at trade fairs the average hourly wage is often somewhat higher than the minimum wage.

Students can hold a minijob and earn up to 450 EUR per month without having to pay taxes. If you regularly earn more than 450 EUR, you will need a tax number, and a certain amount will be taken from your wages every month. Students can get this money back at the end of the year by submitting a tax return.
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