Delegation of the European Union to Sudan

Travel to the EU from Sudan

13/05/2016 - 17:26
Travel to the EU

Useful information on travelling from Sudan to the EU, such as visas, travel restrictions and consulates, and for studying there.


When applying for a Schengen Visa in order to travel to one or more of the Schengen Zone countries there are some requirements one has to establish prior to the application.

If you are planning to travel to more than one Schengen country it is best if you apply at the Embassy/ Consulate of the country you will be staying at the most, regarding the residing days. Once you are issued a multiple entry visa you are able to travel to all of the Schengen Zone countries for the time permitted by the visa.

When applying for the visa you should bear in mind that you have to personally hand in the required documents once you’ve made an appointment at the embassy/consulate in Khartoum.

It is always recommended to arrange the appointment at least 30 days prior to your departure since this is the estimated time needed for the bureaucratic process in the corresponding institution.

Every Schengen country shares more or less the same requirements for issuing a visa for the applying party. However there are slight differences here and there, depending on the consulate/embassy on the required documents additional to the:

  1. Main identification papers –valid passport.
  2. Current economic status – bank statement.
  3. Ties to your own country to prove you will return e.g. family, property, job, etc….
  4. Complete application form (attached)

Click here to Download the Schengen Visa: Application form.

Information on representations of EU Member States in Sudan can be found below:

Embassy of France

Address: Plot 11, Block 12, Street n° 13, Amarat, Khartoum

Telephone : + 249 183 471082

Fax : + 249 183 465928


Website : 

Embassy of France provides Consular services for France and Portugal

Embassy of Germany

Address:  Kafoury  River Side Street, P.O.Box 970 North Khartoum

Tel:  +249 185 34 96 22  /+249 185 34 96 23



Embassy of Italy

Address: P.O.Box: 793, 11111 Khartoum

Tel: + 249 183 183 471615/ 6/ 7

Fax: + 249 183 183 471217



Embassy of Italy provides Consular services for: Italy, Malta and Slovenia

Embassy of Netherlands

Address: Street 47, House No: 76, Khartoum 2, Khartoum

Tel: + 249 183 47 1200

Fax:+ 249 183 46 9386



Embassy of Netherlands provides Consular services for: Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Poland

Embassy of Romania

Address: Kassala Road, Kafouri Area, North Khartoum

Telephone: + 249 183 338114

Fax: + 249 183 341497


Embassy of Romania provides Consular services for Romania. Romania is not a Schengen Country

Embassy of Spain

Address: P.O. Box 274, Building No.1, Block No. 7/A, Buri Al Daraisa, Khartoum

Telephone: + 249 183 763639

Fax: + 249 183 741386


Embassy of Spain provides Consular services for Spain

Embassy of Sweden

Address: Street 43 Amarat, Khartoum

Tel: + 249 183 470803

Fax: + 249 183 470803


Embassy of Norway provides Consular services for: Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Lithuania

Embassy of the United Kingdom of Britiain and Northern Ireland

Address: off Sharia Al Baladia, Khartoum East,  (PO Box No 801)

Tel: + 249 (0) 0156775500

Fax: +249 (0)156 775501



British Embassy provides Consular services for United Kingdom .

United Kingdom is not a Schengen Country.

Important Note:

Switzerland is not an EU Member State but the Swiss Embassy in Khartoum provides Schengen Visa to the following: Czech Republic, Liechtenstein and Slovakia. 

British Council

Address: 14 Abu Sinn Street, PO Box 1253, Khartoum

Tel: +249 (0) 187 028000

Fax: +249 (0) 183 774935



Goethe-Institut Sudan  

Address: Al Nugumi Street, Khartoum , P.O.B. 1866

Tel: +249 (0)183 777 833

Fax: +249 (0)183 779 377



Institut Français

Address: Ali Dinar Street,  Khartoum

Tel: +249 (0)1 83 79 80 35

Fax: +249(0)1 83 77 51 39


Since 2016, Sudanese students, researchers and higher education institutions are be able to benefit from the EU Programme Erasmus Plus. Erasmus+ is the European Union’s programme for education, training, youth and sport. Between 2014 and 2020, it will provide opportunities for four million people to study, train and gain life experience abroad.

Erasmus+ replaces a number of older programmes, including an international exchange programme called Erasmus Mundus.  See the Erasmus+ web portal’s Resources section for information about linguistic support, documents for applicants and the management of proposals.

The link:

How to apply:

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