Jobs & Careers

Huang Jian from China has his job in a German company to thank for his international experience and German language skills.

Jobs & assignments

Are you looking for a job with a German company or would you like to find out about career options? Many Germany-Alumni have very good expert and language skills and are familiar with the German way of thinking and working. That is why they are of great interest for German companies and organisations worldwide. In our jobboard you will find long-term jobs and permanent positions as well as short-term jobs and assignments.

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You are interested in calls or want to upgrade your education? The Alumniportal gives a focused overview of activities and education opportunities provided by German organisations working in an international context. On our website you will find calls for applications, scholarships, call for papers, research projects or funding programmes.

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Build your career

In this webinar series you will learn how to plan your career path, how to search successfully for a job, how to prepare good application materials and how to convince at a job interview. Our expert for career counselling has put together all the important tips and stategies for you. 

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Articles to topic Jobs & Careers

How are companies equipping themselves for the digital age?

Digitalisation, automation, artificial intelligence ... The future of work is a hot topic in Germany. But what is the international perspective? The Alumniportal Deutschland asked experts in Kenya and Spain about the preparations local companies are making.

Cultural Entrepreneurship Hubs

People working in the cultural and creative sector often lack business know-how. To remedy this, the Goethe-Institut has joined forces with Munich University’s Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship to promote a spirit of entrepreneurship among artists and cultural professionals. It is currently based in three Cultural Entrepreneurship Hubs to open up business prospects for creative professionals.

Unconditional basic income

The same money for all?

Should every person in Germany receive money from the government to cover their basic needs? The debate on a universal unconditional basic income repeatedly comes to the fore. Is this the answer to the transformation of work resulting from the transition to Industry 4.0? Arguments for and against.

Working times are becoming more flexible

How Germany works

Working at the office from 9 to 5? That’s a thing of the past. People’s working lives in Germany are much more varied today than they were just 20 or 30 years ago. Here you can discover different work models that exist in Germany alongside traditional full-time employment.