Are you a GJU Alumni interested to pursue your career in Germany?
Germany has an increasing need for skilled and qualified labor since a significant number of open positions cannot be filled due to the lack of skilled labor (“Fachkräftemangel”). The German government has therefore introduced several legislative changes and measures to make it easier for foreign skilled workers to enter the German labor market. (Fachkräfteeinwanderungsgesetz - Fachkraefteeinwanderungsgesetz.de)
Despite these facilitations, it can still be challenging to find the right job and obtain a work visa. This website will accompany you on your way to Germany and provide information through:
- Useful Links and Websites (visa, application tips etc.)
- Actual Job offers
- GJU “Germany Alumni” success stories
- Regular info sessions
- Chat forum to exchange experiences, tips, and information with officials and GJU Alumni in Germany
Robert Habeck, Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, gives you a heart-warming welcome with a video message. Welcome to Germany!
Useful links to obtain a job in Germany:
Make it in Germany Website
Make it in Germany is the official portal of the Federal Government for skilled workers from abroad. Find most relevant information on jobs, visa & living in Germany!
A multitude of job advertisements are waiting for you in the website’s job exchange. Find the job that suits you the most.
Explainer and Experience Video Material on Working and Living in Germany:
Selection of further websites on how to secure a job in Germany (free and paid services):*