Many foreign students would either like to or must absolve an internship during their stay in Germany, do a student side job or even begin professional work directly after they have finished their studies. In order to avoid experiencing unfavorable surprises, it pays for you to get information early in advance about the respective framework conditions. The following information from the Bremen University Information Office of the Trade Unions serves as an initial introduction to this issue. You can obtain further information at the University Information Office of the Confederation of German Trade Unions (DGB) at the University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule), at the Career Services/ Centers at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences and the University of Bremen, or at the Students’ Union Office (ASTA) for foreign students at the University of Bremen.

 

Internship

Starting Your Career

Contact

Hochschulinformationsbüro des DGB,  

Uni Bremen, Bibliothekstrasse 3/StH, Raum A 2048, 28359 Bremen  

Website

E-Mail: hib@uni-bremen.de

 

While we do our best to keep this information up to date, please be sure to double check with the appropriate authorities for information about the current regulations for international students.