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I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphics Design (4 year degree) of a H+ certified school that I found in Anabin http://anabin.kmk.org/anabin.html and would like to apply for a Blue Card in Germany.

I can't find my degree in the database (or any Fine Arts for that matter) so I'm thinking of going through the process of obtaining https://www.kmk.org/kmk/information-in-english/statement-of-comparability-for-foreign-higher-education-qualifications.html

Has anyone here done this and has experiences to share? Is this even possible with a Bachelor of Fine Arts?

My official job title will be Software Developer while I'm there, since I transition from a Design heavy role to more Developer oriented one.

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  • This is specifically about the application process for certifiyng the degree with KMK. The question is basically does this count as a degree that will be regocnized as a College degree. I'm fairly certain for a blue card it is not necceary to have an actual STEM degree. – themarex Jan 19 '17 at 19:59
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The answer here was no. As long as your job title is "Software Developer" the actual degree didn't seem to matter (for reference: this was in Germany)

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