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Learn German with Online German Courses at Logik Sprachzentrum

Online German Courses- Overview 

At Logik Sprachzentrum we strive to offer the best possible German language courses for you day to day life and your study and work in Germany. Given the current situation with the increase in the number of the COVID cases, all our offline or Face to Face German Courses have been shifted in Online format as well as there are many new online courses which you can get enrolled in for preparation for your work and studying in Germany. Interested students are welcome to enrol in our Online German courses from A1 to B1 level which reflects our face to face German language courses.

Details about our Online German Courses

Course levels: A1 , A2, B1
Duration : 2 months/level
Daily course hours: 2 hours per day
Course days: 6 days/week (Sunday to Friday)
Books and Materials: Digital course books sent in email.
Course fees: 
A1 Online Course: 10170/level
A2 Online Course: 11300/level
B1 Online Course: 12430/level 
No of Participants: Maximum 16 per course

Upcoming German Courses:

Course level

Start Date

Course Timing

A1 Online Course    

A2 Online Course

B1 Online Course

 25.08.2021

 25.08.2021

 

 25.08.2021

 

11:00 - 1:15 PM

3:00 - 5:15 PM

7:00 - 9:15 AM

1:00 - 3:15 PM

Frequently Asked Questions about Online German Courses at Logik Sprachzentrum in Nepal

Who can join the Online German course at Logik Sprachzentrum?

- Anyone who is interested in learning German can join our Online German Courses, however we strongly recommend that you have at least a basic working knowledge of English.

What technology is used to deliver the online Courses?

- We use Zoom meetings to deliver our German courses online. You just a need a laptop, Internet connection and peaceful area to be able to communicate during the classes and you are good to go with learning German.

How can I enrol in Online German Courses at Logik Sprachzentrum?

a. Complete the online Application at the end of the current page.
b. Check your email for instruction on payment of the course fees.
c. Upon payment of the Course fees, send the details of the payment information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
d. Receive the confirmation of payment along with the Zoom Meeting details

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Course Dates & Fees

German Language Courses

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Course Start Dates

Due to the ongoing lockdown caused by COVID-19 pandemic it is no longer possible to offer Face to Face Courses at our German language facility. All our Face to Face German Courses are now offered as Online Courses. We shall resume Face to Face German Courses as soon as we have permission from the Public Health Authority to run in person courses. 

Course start Dates ( Face to Face German Courses)

The course start dates for our Face to Face German Courses will be published here once the lockdown is lifted and it is possible to deliver Face to Face courses. Until then we would like to ask you to join our Online Courses which is a replica of our Face to Face courses.

Course Start Dates ( Online Courses )

Course level

 Start Date

Course Timing

Online Course A1

02.06.2021

2:00 -4:00 PM

Online Course A1

07.06.2021

7:00 - 9:00 AM

Online Course A1

14.06.2021

11:00 - 1:00 PM

Online Course A2

27.06.2021

7:00 - 9:00 AM

Online Course B1

27.06.2021

3:00 - 5:00 PM

Frequently asked question Online German Courses

Q1. What is the course fee for Online German Courses?

A: The course fee for our Online German Course is NPR 9040/- per level including books and materials in digital format.

Q2. What is the timing of the Online German Courses at Logik Sprachzentrum?

A: Different course timings are available based on the need of the students and availability of the teachersWe do have different time available according to the needs of students , Morning and Afternoon Shifts are available

Q3. What is the duration of the course?

A: Each Online course lasts for 8 weeks and runs from Sunday to Friday 2 hours/day.

Q4. Are there trial classes available?

A: No, we do not offer trial classes. You can only be admitted in our Online German Course once you have paid the course fees in full.

Q5. Can we join the Face to Face Courses once the institute opens with the same course fees?.

A: Yes, it is possible to join Face to Face courses once the institute is open. It must be noted that the course fee for Face to Face course is different. We do not recommend switching from Online to Face to face courses before a course is complete.

Q6. Do you provide a certificate of participation of the course?

A: Yes, we shall provide a certificate of participation to students who have successfully completed the course with at least 80% attendance. 

Q7: Do we have the opportunity to take examinations during the course?

A: Yes, we do offer internal examinations to assess your level of learning throughout the course.

Q8. Do we get opportunity to have the speaking classes also through online ?

A: You not only have the opportunity to speak in German during the course but other skills such as reading, writing and listening are also covered throughout the course.

Q9. How many students will be there In the group ?

A: A maximum of 16-18 students can participate in the online course. 

Q10. Do we get online books and materials ?

A: Yes we will provide anything and everything that is required for effective learning in digital format.

Interested in attending our Online German Courses?

Please visit the link below for more information about our Online German Courses.
Logik Sprachzentrum Online Classes

Standard German Courses

German Language Courses

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Standard German Courses

If you are planning to study English taught Bachelor or Master degree in Germany, most German universities do not require German proficiency for your studies as a part of admission requirement, however some universities may require basic German language level A1 or A2 as a part of the admission requirement. It is important that though you do not need German language skills for your studies at the university, having a certain proficiency in German language can be of great help during your day to day studies and to find part time jobs during your studies in Germany.

Logik Sprachzentrum has designed Standard German courses in order to meet the German language needs of English taught Program applicants who have to focus mainly on conversational German in order to be able to integrate in the German society and or the workplace. Standard German courses are specially designed courses which focus on day to day conversations and improving the German language skills in real life setting either by dialogues or role plays during the class hours. Our standard German courses are what other schools in Kathmandu deliver as intensive courses. Students attending our standard courses must allocate at least 3 hours of time at home for assignments and self-learning if the students want to get the best out of the German courses.

Standard German Course A1

Our standard German language course A1 is suitable for complete beginners and consists of 144 Teaching units delivered in the classroom with the use of Audio-Visual. Netzwerk A1 books are used during the courses in addition to an abundance of handouts and teaching materials from other publishers. Students taking the course complete the course with final examination Start Deutsch 1 at the end of the course. The duration of the course is 8 weeks.

Standard German Course A2

Standard German language course A2 at Logik Sprachzentrum is suitable for students who have passed Start Deutsch 1 Examination with at least 60 percent marks and consists of 144 Teaching units delivered in classroom with the use of Audio-Visual. Netzwerk A2 books are used during the courses in addition to an abundance of handouts and teaching materials from other publishers. The duration of the course is 10 weeks.

Standard German Course B1

Standard German language course B1 at Logik Sprachzentrum is suitable for students who have passed Start Deutsch 2 Examination with at least 65 percent marks and consists of 144 Teaching units delivered in classroom with the use of Audio-Visual and powerpoint presentations. Netzwerk B1 books are used during the courses in addition to abundant handouts and teaching materials from other publishers. The duration of the course is 8 weeks and may vary based on the overall group performance.

FAQs Standard German Courses

1. I am a graduate student and planning to study for a Master degree in English medium. Up to which level must I learn for my day to day life in Germany?

Usually, graduate students aspiring to study in Germany do not require German language for admission in a Master degree program, however some universities may ask students to present a Start Deutsch 2 Certificate depending upon the program they choose. For day to day activities in Germany, we recommend students learn up to at least A2 level of German which will make them at ease when it comes to speaking for their daily lives in Germany. However, if it is possible you should take time and learn German language courses upto B1 level as this will make things a lot much easier in day to day life and to find part time jobs once you reach Germany.

2. What is the difference between Intensive and Standard German courses?

The basic difference is in the objective of the course. Intensive German courses are for students who want to study German taught programs in Germany whereas standard German courses are for students who want to study English taught Bachelor/Master programs in Germany. Intensive German courses are a bit more lengthy and more power-packed and contain more grammatical training and technical aspects of German language which is required for studies at a university. Standard German courses are light in nature and focus on mainly the spoken or communication German to help students adjust and get used to their day to day life in Germany and to find part time jobs.

3. What is the cost of the standard German course per level?

The cost of Standard German course is NRs 12430/- per level for books and materials per level.

4. Are there any other fees apart from the course fees and the books and materials?

There are no other fees for internal examinations or anything such apart from the course fees and the cost of books.

5. I have completed A1 at another institute. Am I eligible to join A2 Standard German course at Logik Sprachzentrum?

Yes, you are eligible to join A2 standard German course at Logik Sprachzentrum but before that you must take a placement test (free of cost) so that we can determine your level and proficiency in German language. If you fail to pass the test or your German language proficiency is not upto A2 requirement, you will have to repeat an ongoing A1 course (for a subsidised fee) before you can start the A2 course.

6. What is the length of the standard German course?

The length of the Standard German course is 8 weeks.

7. What is the duration of the classes per day?

The duration of the classes is 2 hours 15 minutes per day or 3 teaching units of 45 mins each.

8. Are there any discounts in the course fees for groups?

Usually there are no discounts for individual applicants, however Logik Sprachzentrum offers a 10 percent discount to students who come in groups of 2 or more students and get admission on the same day.

9. Do I get a certificate of participation at the end of the course?

Yes, we offer a certificate of participation free of cost for students who complete the course at least with 80 percent attendance and pass all the chapter tests and internal examinations. Students who have attendance less than 80 percent or fail the internal and or chapter tests are not eligible to receive a certificate of participation.

10. What will happen if I fail the A1 final examination?

It is very unlikely that you will fail the final A1 examination if you are regular in the course and allocate at least 2-3 hours of self studies at home. Due to unforeseen circumstances in case you fail the A1 final examination, you are eligible to repeat the A1 course at a discount of 40% on the regular course fees.

11. How can I get admitted in the Standard German Course?

You can apply online on our website and pay the course fees in person or deposit in our bank account to confirm your place in our German course or alternatively you can visit us in person and complete the paper based application form followed by course fee payment at the reception. It is important that you come along with a copy of your passport of citizenship certificate and 2 passport size photos or you can later submit once your class starts.

12. What is the admission requirement for the A1 course?

There are no such admission requirements since our German language courses are not university courses but language training courses, however we strongly recommend you to have at least 8th grade English which will allow you to have an overview or comparative understanding of German language in the A1 level.

German Language Courses

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Au pair German Courses

Different types of German language courses are available in Nepal which can be broadly classified into Intensive and regular courses. Au pair German course at Logik Sprachzentrum is the first of its kind specialized course to support girls who are interested in becoming an au pair in Germany. The focus group of our au pair German course is girls between 18- 27 years old who want to become an au pair in a host family in Germany. The specialty of our Au Pair German course is that it takes all the aspects of fluency and understanding about living in a family and at the same time caring for children. In addition to the normal German lessons, the au pair German course encompasses practical training aspects about life and living as an au pair in Germany.

The German language requirement for becoming an au pair can vary from agency to agency or family to family. Some agencies may accept applicants with SD1 certificates whereas some may require applicants to have at least SD2 certificate, however, we strongly recommend you pass the A2 examination before applying for family or visa and have good fluency in spoken German to increase your visa chances. It is best to process for your host family after having passed the SD2 examination and when you are learning the B1 German language. We normally offer Au Pair German courses up to the A2 level. Au pair candidates can also join our Intensive German course or Standard German course at B1 level to improve their German language proficiency. The higher your German language proficiency, the better chances you have to succeed in finding a host family and getting a visa for becoming an au pair in Germany.

Candidates planning to become an au pair in Germany must be serious in the German language course and must allocate at least 3 hours at home for assignments and self- learning to get the most out of their German language course with us. Our Au Pair German courses are as follows:

Au pair German Course A1

Our Au pair German language course A1 is suitable for Au-pairs . Netzwerk A1 books are used during the courses in addition to an abundance of handouts and teaching materials from other publishers. Students taking the course to complete the course with final examination Start Deutsch 1 at the end of the course.

Au pair German Course A2

Au-pair German language course A2 at Logik Sprachzentrum is suitable Au-pair , who have passed Start Deutsch 1 Examination with at least 60 percent marks and consists of Netzwerk A2 books are used during the courses in addition to an abundance of handouts and teaching materials from other publishers. The duration of the course is 10 weeks.

FAQs Au pair German Courses

 

1. I am thinking of going to Germany as an Au Pair. Which level must I learn before I can apply?
The basic German language requirement of being an au pair in Germany is A1 level and students must have passed Start Deutsch 1. However, such students must develop a good understanding of the German language even though they only learned A1 level or passed Start Deutsch 1. Given the huge number of applicants for au pair visa application, these days German Embassy may ask such candidates to present the Start Deutsch 2 Examination certificate. Students who learn the German language with us can learn up to A2 level and directly register for Start Deutsch 2 Examinations at Goethe Centre Kathmandu.

 

2. What is the difference au pair German course and other courses offered at Logik Sprachzentrum?

Au pair German course is a specialized course designed mainly for candidates who want to become an au pair in Germany. The course includes training sessions about life and practical aspects of becoming an au pair whereas Standard German courses prepare applicants for English taught programs to be able to use the German language independently and find some part-time jobs during their stay as a student in Germany. Intensive German courses are a bit more lengthy and more power-packed and contain more grammatical training and technical aspects of the German language which is required for studies at a university.

 

3. What is the cost of the Au pair German course per level?

The cost of the Standard German course is NRs 12430/- per level for books and materials per level.

 

4. Are there any other fees apart from the course fees and the books and materials?

There are no other fees for internal examinations or anything such apart from the course fees and the cost of books.

 

5. I have completed A1 at another institute. Am I eligible to join the A2 Aupair German course at Logik Sprachzentrum?
Yes, you are eligible to join our A2 Aupair German course at Logik Sprachzentrum, however, you must take a placement test if you have not passed Start Deutsch 1. The placement test is free of cost and it helps to determine your German language proficiency level. If you fail to pass the test or your German language proficiency is not up to the A2 requirement, you will have to repeat an ongoing A1 course (for a subsidized fee) before you can start the A2 course.

 

6. What is the length of the Aupair German course?
The length of the Au pair German course is 8 weeks.

 

7. What is the duration of the classes per day?
The duration of the classes is 3 hours per day or 4 teaching units of 45 minutes each with classes running from Sunday to Friday.

 

8. Are there any discounts in the course fees for groups?
Usually, there are no discounts for individual applicants, however, Logik Sprachzentrum offers a 10 percent discount to students who come in groups of 2 or more students and get admission on the same day.

 

9. Do I get a certificate of participation at the end of the course?
Yes, we offer a certificate of participation free of cost for students who complete the course at least with 80 percent attendance and pass all the chapter tests and internal examinations in our German course. Students who have attendance less than 80 percent or fail the internal and or chapter tests are not eligible to receive a certificate of participation even though they have completed the course.

 

10. What will happen if I fail the A1 final examination at Logik Sprachzentrum?
It is very unlikely that you will fail the final examination of the A1 German course if you are regular in the course and allocate at least 2-3 hours of self-studies at home. Due to unforeseen circumstances in case you fail the final examination of the A1 German course, you are eligible to repeat the A1 course at a discount of 40% on the A1 course fees.

 

11. How can I get admitted in the Aupair German Course?
You can apply online on our website and pay the course fees in person or deposit in our bank account to confirm your place in our German course, you can visit us in person and complete the paper-based application form followed by course fee payment at the reception. It is important that you come along with a copy of your passport or citizenship certificate and 2 passport size photos or you can later submit once your class starts.

 

12. What is the admission requirement for the A1 course?
There are no such admission requirements since our German language courses are not university courses but language training courses, however, we strongly recommend you to have at least 8th grade English which will allow you to have an overview or comparative understanding of German language in the A1 level. Apart from the basic English requirement, you must have a good learning attitude and regular study habits at home to be successful in our German language course.

 

Au pairs in Germany

Introduction

Au pair is a domestic assistant from a foreign country working for and living as part of, a host family. Au-pairs are typically in search of a new cultural experience while also desiring to serve as an integral part of a parenting team. This experience usually draws au pairs to a new country and often involves improving on their foreign language skills.

An au pair take on a share of the family's responsibility for childcare as well as some housework, and receive a small monetary allowance for personal use. Being as an au-pair they must be children loving, caring, playing, babysitting etc. They must be mature, independent and positive individuals. In Europe, where the concept originated, au pairs are only supposed to work part-time, and they often also study part-time, generally focusing on the language of the host country.

Why work in Germany as an Au-pair?

Germany is one of the most sought-after countries by Nepalese Au-pairs because one can easily learn German language in Nepal. The attraction is further since Germany is very safe for International Students and Au-pairs where it is very easy for Nepalese to integrate in the German society. Germany offers a multicultural society which is vibrant, modern and very open-minded. One can easily enjoy free- time by traveling and sightseeing and enjoy visiting world-famous museums and landscapes. Given the fact that it is in the Centre of Europe, one can easily be in Paris, Madrid, London in no-time. As an Au-Pair, one will have unique opportunity to live and work in Germany with friendly German host families, where one can improve his/her knowledge of German language and learn more about German culture and life-style.

Therefore, if you are planning to become an Au-pair, Germany is the best country for being an Au-pair.

Benefits of Au pair

A candidate of age between 18-27 Years with the basic level of German language to communicate with the German Host Families in Germany . As an Au-pair is neither a Nanny nor a Worker, but simply a good opportunities, who can stay with the Host Family taking or looking after the child , learning their language , culture and many more . With the additional benefits Au-pair gains a Monthly attractive salary of 260 Euro with the addition of Accommodation in the Host Family House, with the Insurance and Addition Language school fees.

Pocket Money

An Au-Pair receives monthly 260 Euros as pocket money. Furthermore, this pocket money is also made available to the Au-Pair even in case of illness and during holidays. In addition to the pocket money, an Au-pair receives additional 50 Euros per month for the language course during her stay in family.

Board and lodging

Au-Pairs receives free board and lodging throughout her entire stay in the family since they are treated as a family member during their stay. The same applies in case of illness and during the holidays.

Insurance

Au-Pairs do not have to pay for their health insurance during their stay with the family hence ,it is paid by the family.

German Language Course

Au-Pairs should attend a language course so that they can improve their knowledge of German. Usually the course fee is covered by the Au-Pairs from their pocket money but for all contracts signed after 1st July 2013, German host families contribute 50 Euros per month for the German language course for Au Pairs from non-EU Country. However, these days most families offer to pay for the whole language course fees.

Free Time

An Au -pair is entitled to one day off per week in addition to once a month. An Au- pair also must have at least 4 evenings off each week.

Holidays

An Au-pair is entitled to 4 weeks of paid holiday, provided that the Au-pair placement is planned for an entire year. Should the family go on a holiday and should the Au-pair resume their regular duties such as babysitting, this is considered as work for your Au-pair. Accompanying the host family on their holiday does not count as an Au-pair holiday, unless the Au-pair has less duties and is not obliged to be available at all times.

Duties of Au Pair

Au-pairs can be expected to do a combination of childcare and light housework duties. They are not responsible for housework that does not relate to the children’s or communal living areas that are kept tidy by all family members. An Au-pair's duties may include:

  • Waking the children
  • Taking/collecting children to/from school
  • Helping with school homework
  • Playing with the children
  • Taking the children on outings to parks, playgroups and other activities
  • Preparing light meals for children
  • Doing the children’s laundry and ironing their clothes
  • Baby Sitting for the small children at evening
  • Making the children’s beds

Requirements

There are no hard and fast requirements to be an Au-pair in Germany. However, the following still applies.

  1. Be between 18-27 years of age
  2. Has previous experience looking after children i.e. through private babysitting, internships at childcare centers, or Montessori teacher
  3. Has completed at least higher secondary school education
  4. Be in good health and non-smoker without criminal records
  5. Be single, unmarried and childless
  6. Be able to commit to at least a min. of six months (due to visa requirements)
  7. Be interested in learning about the German culture and language have basic knowledge of the German language (to be granted an au pair visa)
  8. Know basic German language up to A2 level or must have at least passed Start Deutsch 1

Au Pair Process

  1. Be between 18-27 years of age
  2. Has previous experience looking after children i.e. through private babysitting, internships at childcare centers, or Montessori teacher
  3. Has completed at least higher secondary school education
  4. Be in good health and non-smoker without criminal records
  5. Be single, unmarried and childless
  6. Be able to commit to at least a min. of six months (due to visa requirements)
  7. Be interested in learning about the German culture and language have basic knowledge of the German language (to be granted an au pair visa)
  8. Know basic German language up to A2 level or must have at least passed Start Deutsch 1
  9. Learn German language and pass Start Deutsch 1 Examination with good marks.
  10. Apply for family to an Au-pair agency or submit your details in our Application form.
  11. Most of the families require Au-pairs to attend Skype interview or talk to Au- pairs over WhatsApp / viper .
  12. Receive contract if your application is approved by the family.
  13. Prepare for visa application.
  14. Apply for visa.
  15. Get a Plane ticket
  16. You are at home in Germany

Au Pair Visa Application

Au-Pair is a long term visa and comes under category D National visas. Basically for applying for Au-pair visa, Au-pair candidate will need to set up an appointment in advance at the German Embassy.

And visit the German Embassy on the specific date and on time along with all the required documents and visa fees of 60 Euros as mentioned in the link below: Visa Information for Au Pairs

Link for visa application form

https://kathmandu.diplo.de/blob/1788684/f9342033f2933dc05da54151efe283db/national-visa-application-data.pdf

Upon arrival in the consular section, the Au -pair is interviewed by the visa consular officer. If your visa application is successful, you will be called within a week along with your passport for the collection of your visa.

Budgets and Expenses

  1. Au-Pair German Course (Please check our Au -Pair German Course for more details)
  2. German language Examination fees (Cost of Start Deutsch 1 Examination is 59 Euro )
  3. Visa fees: 60 Euros
  4. Medical charges: NRs 2600 approx. (This is requirement of Ministry of Labor in Nepal)
  5. Plane Ticket: NRs 40,000- NRs 50,000
  6. Some pocket money: 100-200 Euros

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Au Pair visa be converted to student visa?


Can Au Pair visa be converted to student visa? Technically speaking, it depends upon the state where you are working as Au -pair as every federal state has different regulation for conversion visa. However, if you want to convert your Au Pair visa to student visa, the following will apply.

  1. You must have admission letter from the university.
  2. You must demonstrate that you have funds 8100 Euros in your blocked account for converting your visa to student visa.
  3. Beside other things such as paying the fees for visa conversion and completing the forms properly, you must have your rental agreement and insurance

Most Au Pairs are told that they can easily convert their visa into student visa. This is not true. Here are the explanations.

The language aspect

Most Au Pairs who go to Germany have completed A1 and A2 (at their best). This is not enough to get university admission letter once she is in Germany. The next thing is that learning German language is not cheap in Germany and intensive courses can cost one around 300 Euros per month and au pairs receive allowance of 50 Euros per month for their language course, which at best can buy general au pair courses around 2-3 days a week.

The usual pocket money which the au pairs receive goes towards their expenses. This general course is not enough for entrance examination of the foundation course or for passing TestDaF or DSH-2 Examination. By the time it is one year most Au Pairs do not have the required language proficiency for entering the university. As a result, they either have to wait for more time to improve their language or save from their pocket money to pay for the intensive German language course.

The financial aspect

Most au pairs do not have enough funds for their blocked account deposit and it is not easy to transfer 8100 Euros from Nepal without proper documentation for eg. a draft letter from the German Embassy and the No Objection letter from the Ministry of Education.

Therefore, we recommend that if an au pair is planning to convert her au pair visa into student visa after her contract period, she should learn at least upto B1 level in Nepal and should later arrange funds required for the conversion of her visa into student visa.

Can an Au Pair stay in Germany after her contract period?

No, the Au-pair cannot extend the further contract period in Germany with the Family after the finishing of Contract but can extended it by joining the Different Diploma Programs in Germany such as possibilities of changing the Visa to FSJ program which is simple vocational volunteering program. The students will be busy in volunteering in the respective filed with the German NGO, INGO and Companies . This will take around 1 years which helps students to make their language good and will also help them further to attend the Ausbildung . The Students will get respective salary of 450 Euro basis during FSJ .

Ausbiludng

An Ausbildung is a form of vocational training or apprenticeship where a student attends school and works simultaneously. The student gains both theoretical and practical knowledge at the same time.

This is one of the best things the Au-pairs can made in Germany, during the time of Ausbildung the Students gets the certain salary and accommodation related to the respective filed where the students do their Ausbildung.

The students will get certain Salary during their Ausbildung period until the completion of the Ausbildung program which is for three years.

What is the visa processing time for Au Pair visa application?

The usual visa processing time for Au Pair visa application is same as the long- term D-category visa i.e. 6-8 weeks.

What is the visa application fees for Au Pair visa application?

The visa application fees for Au Pair visa application and all other long-term visa application is the same 60 Euros.

What are the documents required for Au Pair visa application?

Not much documents are required for Au pair visa application. The contract invitation and insurance from the host family, relationship certificate with her parents, proof of funds showing that she has enough funds to buy her plane fare and other miscellaneous things.

Can an Au Pair get married in Germany?

Getting married in Germany is not easy. However, if the Au pair is unmarried and it is proved by the local German embassy in Nepal, she may be able to get married.

Can we save money while working as Au Pair?

Usually from the pocket money not much money can be saved.

Can we work extra while staying as Au Pair in Germany?

No. Au Pairs are not allowed to work extra apart from working in the family 30 hours per week.

Can we change the host family?

Yes, if there is dispute between you and your host family and you have an agency at your disposal or a host family you have searched on your own.

What are the problems faced by Au- pairs upon arriving in Germany?

Usually cultural shock is the first thing an Au- pair faces upon arrival in Germany. The next thing is that the au pair faces problems in communicating or understanding the host family in most of the cases if the host family does not understand English. As per our knowledge the au pair faces problems in taking care of children and are unaware of most of the things in emergency.

How can I prepare to become an Au-pair in Germany

Inquire about being an Au-pair in Germany