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As a globally minded country of immigration, Germany has an interest in attracting qualified professionals, students and academics from all over the world.
Make it in Germany is the official information platform for this target group.
Make your move to Germany go more smoothly and get off to a good start with this collection of links and information. You will find all you need to know, from visa requirements, work permits, recognition of foreign qualifications and the most in-demand jobs, to practical tips on living in Germany.
Working. Studying. Researching. Starting up in business. In Germany.
New prospects: Make it in Germany shows you the chances and career opportunities the German labour and training market can offer you.
Quick check: Whether you are interested in finding a job, starting up in business or conducting research – check out your personal prospects for working and living in Germany.
Job advertisements: Here you will find current job advertisements from the Federal Employment Agency.
Visa: You can find clear information on the various options for entering Germany under the heading “Visa”.
International points of contact: Find competent authorities and institutions in your region.
Arriving. Settling. Living. In Germany.
Integration: Make yourself at home in Germany and become part of our society. Get to know our country and its traditions better. The German language is also key to successful integration.
Challenges: International experts share how they have overcome challenges.
Settling: From finding an apartment to signing the rental contract and moving in – Make it in Germany shows you how to find a new home in Germany.
Schools and pre-school facilities: Find out what education and care is available for your children in Germany.
Banks and insurance: Play it safe – detailed information on insurance and financial provision.
Make it in Germany services
You can also address your questions directly to the Make it in Germany team – via live chat, email, Twitter (@MakeitinGermany) or the multilingual telephone hotline +49 30 1815-1111 (Monday to Friday).
Many countries are interested in the German Vocational Education and Training (VET) system. The film presents the diverse range of VET cooperation activities of the German Federal Government. It explains the objective of the German Federal Government and presents several of its projects in partner countries. You can find more information on the German VET system and international cooperation in VEt here: www.govet.international