How to get student Visa to Belarus as a Nigerian Citizen

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What is Belarus Student Visa?

Belarus student visa is the ideal type for visiting Belarus for long term studies. Unlike the Belarus short-stay visas (Type C and Type B), this visa is known as Belarus Type D visa.

Typically, undergraduate courses demand three to four years. While post graduate studies demands, at least, one year. If you are visiting Belarus for any of these, type D visa could help get more time for staying in Belarus.

However, if your course of study would not extend beyond three months, you should apply for the Belarus Type C (tourist, visit or business) visa. Click HERE to see how.


What are Belarus Student visa requirements for Nigerian Citizens?

To apply for Belarus student visa in Nigeria, there are certain things that are required of you. Below are some of the documents that everyone that wants to apply for Belarus student visa in Nigeria must possess.

Please know that you are required to make sure that all government-issued certificate/documents must be legalized and authenticated before submitting them to the embassy. Read this article on how to legalize documents in Nigeria.

1- International passport

2- Filled visa application form

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3- Invitation/admission letter from an educational institution in Belarus, approved by the Belarusian Ministry of Internal Affairs.

4- Notarised copies of previously acquired certificates (WAEC and other school-leaving certificates)

5- Certificated issued by the Ministry of Education, stating that you may continue your education at in high school.

6- Travel insurance.

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7- One 35x45mm passport photograph

8- Visa fee payment (in fifty, hundred and two hundred Euro notes)

9- Legalised medical certificates, issued less than three months, showing that applicant had tested negatively to HIV/AIDS and other viruses/diseases.

10- Birth certificate. Notarised and legalised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nigeria

11- Sponsorship letter (if applicable)

12 – Six months bank statement from applicant or sponsor

13 – A two-way (return) ticket with an open return leg.

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14- Introduction letter from employer (if applicable)

15- Marriage certificate (if applicable)

16 – Birth certificate of children (if applicable)


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