There's a lot involved in moving to Germany Speakeasy has tonnes of exciting partnerships to help you get settled and integrated into Germany. Check them out below
Accommodation in Berlin is notorious for being difficult to find. Thankfully, speakeasy has many partnerships with various hostels and apartments which make finding accommodation a breeze for our students. No matter if you plan to stay for a long or a short time, you’re sure to find something to suit your needs.
Check out a full overview of our current accommodation option here.
In Germany, health insurance is super important. Every
single person in the country needs to be insured. This is especially vital if you plan on applying for any type of visa.
Thankfully, our partners at Care Concept have you covered. They offer a range of plans depending on your budget and your needs. All you need to do is choose the plan that’s right for you!
Find out more and sign up directly through their website here.
Whether you’re working or studying, once you arrive in Germany, you’re going to need a place to put both your savings and your earnings. That’s where Tomorrow Bank comes in!
Tomorrow offers green, sustainable bank accounts. The money in their accounts is used to invest in and green projects and support climate protection action. They have friendly English service and act as an online mobile bank, meaning you can easily do all your banking directly from your phone.
What’s the best part? Opening a free, sustainable account with Tomorrow means you can receive a discount on your next course at speakeasy! Simply use the code “speakeasy” when opening your Tomorrow bank account to receive a 10 € voucher .
Our partner Coracle is happy to help you set up your Blocked Bank Account. You can do so here..
If you plan to apply for any type of language or study visa, then you’re going to need to prove that you have enough finances to
support yourself for the duration of your studies. The best way to do that is via the so-called Blocked Bank Account (or Sperrkonto in German).
This special type of bank account functions like a safety deposit box. Before you apply for your visa, you must deposit enough savings to cover your living expenses for the duration of your visa. Every month, the account will release a pre-set amount for you to live on during that month. This way, you will also have enough finances to cover your expenses every month.
Our partner Coracle is happy to help you set up your Blocked Bank Account. You can do so here.
The ISIC and IYTC offer a number of discounts for your journey, leisure activities and many things more – these benefits are not only available to you in Germany but accessible worldwide!
Depending on various criteria, you may be eligible for one or both of these cards. There are over 150.000 benefits in more than 130 countries waiting for you. Get your ISIC or IYTC now here.