Yes, you definitely can apply again but you should make sure you have worked on the reasons why your visa was rejected in the first place. When the German Embassy rejects the visa application of a student, it is usually because they doubt whether the student's true intention is to study. It might be because of poor academic background, inconsistency with the choice of a study program, or that the student wasn’t convincing during the visa interview. The reasons for rejection are usually stated in the rejection letter. If you fail to work on them, you shouldn’t expect a different outcome than the first.
I had a good German student visa interview, but faced some problems when the visa officer asked me higher level German questions. I have only done A1 level and plan on furthering this at Heidelberg. I have already paid the fees for the language course. I scored 81 points in the A1 German level and scored a band of 7 in the IELTS exam. It has been 45 days, and I have not received any mail from the Embassy. I am really worried at this point. What should I do?
I finished high school two years ago, and during these two years, I have been learning German here in my country. Now, I have an interview for a German student visa, but I am afraid I might be rejected because I am applying two years after I finished my high school. Is this a possible reason for rejection? My high school grades were very high, but I am still very anxious.
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