Counselling on starting a career
There are a lot of counselling centres at the HNE Eberswalde. And each has its own specialisms. Here you can find out exactly when you are in the right place at the Career Service and which topics you would be better advised on by other people.
There are many options:
Is it a degree programme at HNEE?
- The Student Support Service Department can provide information on the application process, admission requirements and admission restrictions.
- If you have questions about the content of the degree programme, please contact the academic advisors.
- If the focus is on real career opportunities, you can find a collection of information at the Career Service. However, we do not provide counselling on study orientation.
Or a degree programme in Brandenburg?
- If you have not yet decided on HNEE and are still choosing between other universities in Brandenburg, our Uckermark off-site campus can provide information on all degree programmes in Brandenburg.
As always, we will post any vacancies we receive on our job portal.
If there is nothing there, you can also contact companies and organisations yourself via our regional portal.
It's also worth asking students from higher semesters or the FSR, as they may have information on good organisations.
And to ensure that everything is in order and the internship is recognised, always stay in contact with the internship coordinators!
- Jobs of all kinds can be found on the Career Service job portal.
- We have summarised what you need to consider when choosing a part-time job in Moodle.
- If you are unsure about how much you can earn or work and whether the job is actually a job or hidden self-employment, you can get answers from the student counselling service. From student to student.
- The Career Service can then help with the application documents! The counselling options are listed below.
Only tax offices or tax consultants are allowed to advise on tax issues. Not us.
We try to organise an event on the subject of tax returns at least once a semester. Information is available on the website.
We have created a part in Moodle on the topic of dropping out of university, which shows various scenarios and recommends the relevant contact points.
Sometimes our job portal also contains offers for theses.
Other ways to find a topic are to ask your favourite professor or the organisation where you would like to work.
Let's get started! We have compiled tips on application documents in Moodle. There is a separate lesson or overview for each component. If you still have any doubts, we can discuss them in a short application check. Counselling options are listed below.
There is also an area on Moodle for this topic. There is a short guide on how to develop a salary expectation.
No problem, we can look over it together in a counselling session and decode the reference. Counselling options are listed below.
Congratulations, next round!
You can find tips on how to prepare for and conduct the interview here. Personal counselling is of course also possible.
We also have a part in Moodle dedicated to the end of our studies. (This part covers the topic for German students. We stil prepare a topic for international students as well.)
Then please contact the start-up centre with your questions and ideas. Very important! Ask first, then start.
03334 - 657 457
in the office or as a counselling walk-in
Make an appointment here
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, study programme and your topic you would like to talk about.
Notes on recorded data
You will be asked to send us your application documents so that we can provide you with detailed and personalised advice. These will be deleted (digital), shredded (paper) or handed over to you after the counselling session.
To register for counselling, we record your name, your degree programme, your email address and your request for counselling. All other information is voluntary and will be stored and processed by the Career Service of HNE Eberswalde for evaluation purposes in accordance with the statutory provisions of the Federal Data Protection Act.
The personal data will not be passed on to third parties.