Working in Bavaria
Working regulations for international students
Depending on your country of origin, different regulations apply to working while studying in Germany.
Basics for working in Germany
Here you will get practical advice on looking for and starting work in Germany.
- When looking for work in Germany, your first stop should be the Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit) and its job board to search job offers, publish your profile and sign up for job offers.
- You can find further information about work and career in Germany at the DAAD website (German Academic Exchange Service).
- General information for foreigners on taking up work in Germany is provided on the Federal Foreign Office website.
- www.make-it-in-germany.com is the official website for international qualified professionals. It informs people interested in studying, working and living in Germany, and how to successfully prepare their arrival to Germany and manage their first steps in Germany.
You can frequently find local job offers on the Campus notice boards (first floor stairwell of Building A at Campus Rosenheim.
Useful job portals - Find a job
Many companies publish their jobs online. Job portals make it easier to find the right job and your future employer in Germany. With some online portals, you can set alerts for fitting job offers.
- TH Rosenheim Dashboard - job portal exclusive for students at TH Rosenheim
- English Jobs Germany - English-speaking jobs
- studentjob.de - jobs for students
- jobmensa.de - jobs for students
- monster.de - job opportunities, also work-from-home jobs
- stepstone.de - job opportunities, also work-from-home jobs
- Indeed.com - job opportunities from part-time jobs to full time employment
- jooble.de - worldwide meta-search for jobs
- academics.de - for positions in research and public education
- www.xing.com - popular business network in Germany
- LinkedIn.com - international business community
Application portfolio check in German and English
Check of application documents in German
Martin Rippel, careers adviser for academic professions at the Rosenheim Employment Agency helps you optimise your application documents in German. If you are interested in an application portfolio check, please e-mail email@example.com to arrange a personal appointment. Further information is also available at the Career Center of TH Rosenheim.
Check of application documents in English
Seeking a placement or first job abroad and need application documents in English? The Career Center offers an individual coaching for all students at TH Rosenheim. Further information is also available at the Career Center of TH Rosenheim.
Jobline LMU - Job applications in English
Jobline LMU advises on all aspects of the application. Templates, checklists and step-by-step instructions help with a successful application.