Visa Information

Travelling to Germany has never been more organized and stress-free no matter what the purpose of your travel is. Due to Schengen Agreement reached in 1985 among the majority of the EU member states, the citizens of the designated countries are allowed to travel visa free among the Schengen territories, meanwhile non Schengen countries can enter the whole Schengen territory with one unified document known as the Schengen Visa.

Schengen agreement stands for the abolishment of border control between member states, which allows free and equal access to the citizens of any of the aforementioned countries, including Germany.

When in Germany, you are allowed to visit all the other members of the Schengen agreement as following, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

Nevertheless, there are always exceptions to the rule. If we refer to the globe, citizens of certain countries are OBLIGED to obtain a Schengen Visa in order to enter the Schengen Zone, consequently Germany meanwhile there are countries which are entitled to travel visa-free in this area even though they are not part of the Schengen Agreement.

Depending on the purpose of your travel to Germany, there are different types of visas that will apply to the occasion. Whether you are planning to go on a visit, study or work and reside permanently you will have to apply for a different Schengen visa, accordingly.

More details about the Schengen visa application procedure can be found here.

Please note that the visa application procedure can take up to several weeks. Official invitation letters for visa application will be sent by ICUMT 2017 Conference Registration Secretariat upon request by filling and submitting the Invitation Letter Request Form.

The invitation letter will be sent based on valid paper registration and complete payment.

September 20, 2017: The instructions how to prepare and submit the final manuscript are available in the Author's Area.

September 12, 2017: The ICUMT 2017 registration has been opened. Please use this link to register your paper and proceed with the payment.

September 12, 2017: The review process of the ICUMT 2017 papers (main tracks) is successfully finished. The notifications of paper acceptance/re­jection have been sent to authors via email.

September 4, 2017: There will be a slight delay in announcing the final results caused by reviewing high number of submissions in limited time. We are thankful for your patience.

July 17, 2017: Due to numerous requests, deadline for Regular Paper Submission has been extended until July 24, 2017 (FINAL DEADLINE).

June 29, 2017: The deadline for Regular Paper Submission has been extended until July 17.

June 28, 2017: The list of confirmed workshops collocated with the ICUMT 2017 already includes FOAN 2017 and RABAN 2017 workshops. For more details, check this link.

June 27, 2017: The ICUMT 2017 is registered under the IEEE Conference Record #42318.

May 12, 2017: The technical co-sponsorship by IEEE Region 8 and IEEE Germany Section has been fully approved.

April 28, 2017: ICUMT 2017 websites launched!":http://www.icumt.info/2017/

April 13, 2017: ICUMT 2017 will be hosted this time in Munich, Germany on 6–8 November