BSBI partners with Expatrio

Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) have partnered with Expatrio, an online platform that helps those relocating to Germany get access to products they need.

Expatrio is one of the first companies to provide relocation services digitally, and they are recognised and approved by the German Federal Foreign Office.

Thanks to this partnership, BSBI students will be able to receive free pre-enrolment services whilst still in their home country. They will also get access to the exclusive Expatrio packages created for foreign students at German institutions. Via Expatrio, students can order their German blocked account and public health insurance – which are both necessary for visa applications. ” 

BSBI students will also have the opportunity to obtain a €1,200 scholarship. This scholarship will give them financial support for a period of six months and is awarded on merit and positive engagement with BSBI activities.

The aim of this partnership is to make moving to Germany as easy as possible for BSBI students, with Expatrio also adding a free travel insurance package covering private liability and valuable items. Students will also receive a mentoring weekend in Berlin as well as access to an alumni network to meet inspiring individuals.

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