With a successful degree from a German university, you have numerous opportunities in the German and worldwide job market:
BTU alumni from non-EU countries can obtain a 18-month job seeking residence permit to search for a suitable job after completing their studies. During this time, working anywhere is allowed to ensure a livelihood. Students from EU member states, the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland can work in Germany without restriction during and after their studies.
The Internet portal " Make it in Germany"
The German and English welcome portal bundles existing advisory and support services. It shows the sectors in which skilled workers are sought and the conditions under which professionals can be employed for a job in Germany ("Quick Check").
Further job opportunities can also be found in the online job market of the Career Center.
Do you have any questions about working in Germany and would you like to discuss these with us personally? Or are you already actively looking for a graduate position and need support in the preparation of your application documents? We are happy to help you. Please contact Ms. Bobowski-Tosiek and make an appointment directly.
The Returning Experts Programme is implemented by the Centre for International Migration and Development (CIM) on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). CIM is a joint operation of the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) and the International Placement Services (ZAV) of the Federal Employment Agency (BA). CIM and others offer events and appointments on the subject of “Returning and Profession Integration”
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The weekend seminars take place in several locations and for different target groups. The travel costs and overnight costs will be taken care of by CIM. CIM-Events take place at BTU Cottbus - Senftenberg in a regular basis. For further information contact Ms. Wehrstedt.