How to hire?

Young professionals are waiting for you. Create a profile in the portal and upload your available job openings. You can also directly choose the student who matches your preferences.

  1. Create a profile in our portal.
  2. Upload job openings.
  3. Search for suitable candidates.
  4. Find the student profile.
  5. Request an interview.

How to get hired?

One of the primary goals of every student is to get a professional job when they finish their studies. But sometimes, it is challenging; if the student is working in the same area of their studies, there is a greater chance of them getting hired in the same industry. Finding a job in your field of study helps you decide whether or not you would like the area or are interested in any other field. So it’s always better to search for a job related to your studies.

  1. Create a profile in our portal.
  2. Upload your CV.
  3. Search for the jobs.
  4. Find a suitable one.
  5. Apply directly from the portal.


Yes, the students are allowed to work while studying. According to German law, students can legally work up to 120 days per year. They can either do a full-time, part-time, or mini-job.

Yes, But there are strict requirements for the students who study language or preparatory courses. They can only work with permission from the foreign office and a federal employment agency. And only during the recess period. 

Some documents are needed to work legally in Germany. So you have to get all the required documents. After that, you can legally start working.

The documents required for work are:

  1. Anmeldung
  2. Valid visa permit/ Residence permit/ Work Permit.
  3. Health Insurance
  4. Social Security and tax numbers.
  5. Bank Account.

International students can work 20 hours per week; if you are on your semester break, you can work up to 40 hours. And for EU students, there are no restrictions. They can work as much as they want.

International students have separate employment regulations; you can visit the Federal Foreign Office site for more information about the rules and regulations.

You can earn up to 520 euros monthly by doing a mini job as a student.

Of course, yes, Berlin is one of the metropolitical cities in Germany. So there is a wide range of opportunities here. It is easier to find a job in Berlin when compared to other states.

Although having proficiency in German might enhance job prospects, it is reassuring to know that jobs can still be obtained without it.

Yes. As soon as you get a job offer, you can convert your study visa to a residence permit for a qualified professional or into an EU blue card.

  1. Those enrolled in a university or institute for a full-time programme.
  2. Those who don’t work more than 20 hours per week.

Yes. As soon as you get a job offer, you can convert your study visa to a residence permit with the permission to work for a qualified profession or into an EU blue card.