What is the capital of Germany? ( Berlin )
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No, then you don’t need ZAB Equivalency Certificate. Anabin extracts are enough to apply for a visa.
You can also confirm this on the German embassy website. Here is the link for your reference: https://pakistan.diplo.de/pk-en/service/4-work-jobseeker/1676106
See the point number 6 which clearly describes that Anabin extracts are enough to apply for a visa that required a blue card.
First of all congratulations.
If your degrees and universities are present in the Anabin database then you don’t need the ZAB Equivalency Certificate. Taking printouts of all those pages is sufficient.
ZAB Equivalency Certificate only required if you want to apply for Blue Card after reaching Germany. Otherwise, Anabin extracts are enough to get the visa.
One method is to change your passport picture by applying a renewal but it is not necessary. Better to change it when your passport naturally expires. Apply for a visa with this old passport. If the Embassy will need a new passport with an updated picture then they will inform you and you can get a new passport with an updated picture from the passport office. Now it’s easy to get an urgent passport in Pakistan. It would be better if you keep the latest biometric pictures with you during the visa process and departure from Pakistan.
If you can learn the German language up to B1 level then go for bachelor’s in Germany. Otherwise, do a bachelor’s in Pakistan and apply for masters in Germany with IELTS. The procedure to take admission is the same as Maria mentioned in the above comment.
Yes, you can change the university after reaching Germany.
Get a new admission letter from any university after arriving in Germany, moved to that city, do city registration and use the new admission letter for the visa extension.
If you are already in Germany then study one or two semesters, get a new admission letter from another university and change your visa from the local immigration office.
Then don’t waste your time and immediately contact the university admission office. If you have an email address of the university then send them an email by clearly describing your problem. You can also call them if you have their phone number.
I am pretty sure they will correct these mistakes and send you a new letter because they did the mistake.
First figure out mistakes happened because of you or because of university. If you shared correct documents with correct details and spellings then immediately contact with university admission office and inform them. They will definitely correct it and send you a new copy. If mistake happened because of you then apologize them and ask them what to do. They will definitely guide you about this.
German universities are offering MBA in multiple fields e.g finance, accounting, supply chain, logistics, HR, global management, business administration and engineering, general management, renewable energies, sustainability management, sustainable mobility management, international business management, marketing, sales, technology management, operational excellence, industrial management, innovation & business creation, energy management, healthcare management, aviation and tourism management, corporate management, financial management, finance, risk and insurance, project management and many other fields.
It totally depends on which direction you want to go and which field attracts you more. If your background is related to finance and accounting then go for MBA finance, MBA financial management, MBA finance, risk and insurance, or in MBA project management. If you have experience in finance plus sales then you can choose MBA logistics, MBA marketing, MBA sales, MBA aviation and tourism management, or MBA corporate management, etc.
It completely depends on your own choice and background. Currently, MBA in finance, accounting, project management, risk management, and logistics are very demanding and good to get a job in Germany.