Working in Bavaria

Working regulations for international students

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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.

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.

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 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.