Germany Welcomes International Students with Free Blocked Accounts and Services


Expatrio, a blocked account provider in Germany, is offering international students heading to the country the chance to open a blocked account at no cost, saving up to €109.
A blocked account or Sperrkonto is a type of bank account into which a visa applicant should deposit a fixed amount of money to provide evidence they have sufficient means to support themselves during their stay in Germany, reports.

A recent report by says that along with the blocked account, Expatrio is offering international students planning to study at German universities free Incoming Insurance and other services so they can secure their student visas.

The same notes that the offer is valid until the end of July, meaning those planning to move to Germany for studies should be quick and benefit from the special deal known as Value Package.