Five steps to studying in Germany


Labour market prospects

Of course, your first priority for the moment is your course of study. But it does not do any harm to start thinking about afterwards early on. As a place to work, Germany offers interesting prospects.

Plan for your career after your studies

As a graduate of a Germany university, your prospects on the German labour market are good. Demand for students of life sciences, engineering, mathematics, information technology and medicine is especially high. Alternatively, after graduating your can either take a Doctorate in Germany, or set up your own business. You can find further information about career opportunities in Germany on the Make it in Germany Web site under “Studying in Germany – and after?”. However, if you decide to return to your home country, you may under certain conditions be entitled to support.

Visit a career centre

Many German universities have career centres that will help you get started on your professional career. The German Academic Exchange Service has put together information about the services available at German universities and numerous tips about searching and applying for jobs.

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