The Centre for Careers and Competencies is the central interface between students and the working world. The iStudi Coach offers advice regarding a successful application in Germany, job openings in and around Passau or an application check and provides counsel regarding the topic working in Germany particularly for international students. The career orientation programme for international degree seeking students, the iStudi Pass, additionally helps you to prepare for living and working in Germany. Feel free to come by the open office hours or make an appointment with the iStudi Coach via Stud.IP.
Besides the advice of the iStudi Coach and the specific offers by the University of Passau, the following links provide information for international students regarding the topic of living and working in Germany after graduation.
'Make it in Germany' shows how qualified professionals from abroad can successfully find their way in Germany – and why living and working here is definitely worth the effort. This website provides comprehensive information on working and living in Germany. It tells you which sectors are looking for qualified professionals and what requirements you need to meet to be able to take up a job in Germany.
Find out how to Make it in Germany!
Alumniportal Deutschland, or Alumni Network Germany, is a social network connecting alumni, companies, universities and organisations. As an Alumniportal Deutschland user, you can get in touch with other alumni and companies worldwide for professional exchange, to leverage your personal competences and benefit from other users' know-how.
Alumniportal Deutschland is free of charge and aims at alumni living all over the world who used to study, conduct research or work in Germany. Naturally, those who studied at German institutions abroad are equally welcome to become a member of this platform.
To find out more, visit the Alumniportal Deutschland website.
EURES is the European cooperation network of employment services, designed to facilitate the free movement of workers. The network has always worked hard to ensure that European citizens can benefit from the same opportunities, despite language barriers, cultural differences, bureaucratic challenges, diverse employment laws and a lack of recognition of educational certificates across Europe.
Find detailed information and a local advisor at the EURES services.