In a globalized world, it may be beneficial to broaden one's horizon and to envisage an employer abroad. In addition to the embassies of each country in Germany or even the German Chambers of Foreign Trade abroad, also the federal agency for work can also help with applications abroad.
Everything at a glance
The language centre of the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU) collects a lot of hints and advices according to international applications on their website Jobline. The information is aimed at students or graduates who want to find an internship, a job or graduate program abroad. The information is provided free of charge.
Main topics are:
Work abroad - What opportunities are there? How do I properly apply? What can I expect?
Job search - How and where do I find vacancies? How can I avoid misunderstandings in the job descriptions?
Resume - How to write a Curriculum Vitae (CV) in English?
Cover letter - How I write a cover letter in English?
Phone - What basics are for phone calls in the application process to be observed?
Job interview - What shall I note for job interviews in English? How can I be prepared?
Study program and internship
For studying and internships abroad, the International Office is also avaiable as a contact person.
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Federal ministry of Labour and Social Affairs