Made from concentrate
- Jul 8, 2008
- 1979 Opel Kadett | 1972 Ford Country Sedan
As America is not only the greatest nation in the world, but saved us from the terrors of Nazism, Americans don't need a visa in Germany (to be honest, it has nothing to do with Nazis, i just like this tangent. Basically, if you're from a rich non-EU state, you don't need a visa). If you come to Germany to study all you'll have to do is register with the authorities within two weeks (like even Germans have to do when moving) and apply for a student's residency permit within three months.... In other EU countries the rules most likely differ cause we like to keep things complicated in the EU...That actually could work, and would be nice to get out for a bit, but I'm sure moving and things would be difficult. I'd have to also get a student visa right? Or are Americans allowed in for as long as they want? :lol:
There's a catch, though: As an American friend of mine (he's doing some weird stuff with particles, colliders and space dust) just found out, the ESA will not employ non-EU citizens as their work still counts as defense-related. So that's a line of work that won't be open for you.
EDIT: He's working on something called HESS - maybe you can make some sense of that, LP. I surely can't.