Applying for internships/ jobs in Germany for international students (online presentation)
|Start||21. Oktober 2021 18:00|
|Ende||21. Oktober 2021 20:00|
|Ort||Career Service Moodle course (BigBlueButton)|
This event is for all international and refugee students of HTW Berlin. HTW-Integras are very welcome too!
In every country there are different "rules" regarding job applications. The Career Service explains how to write convincing applications and what's important in Germany. This event is for you if you are looking for a job, side job or internship in Germany. It also picks up on common mistakes international students make which might lead to them getting rejected.
- Which things are important for employers in Germany?
- How do I write a convincing application in Germany (cover letter and CV)?
What do I write in my CV and how? Which categories are part of a German CV?
How does a cover letter look like in Germany? What do I write in my cover letter and how?
What is important? What is different in Germany?
- Time for your questions!
Visa and residence permits are NOT part of this event.
This event is in English and takes place online in the Career Service Moodle course. Join us in BigBlueButton. Please be a few minutes early so that potential technical difficulties can be resolved. Thank you. The event starts on time! No prior registration necessary!
with: Anne-Kathrin Böttcher, HTW-Career Service (email@example.com)
Send us an e-mail if you have any questions regarding the event: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a live event which will not be recorded. If you are unable to attend the event you can find information regarding the topics here: Career Service Moodle course
This event is financed from DAAD's Integra project.
HTW alumni are welcome at the Career Service up to one year after finishing their studies. Please note that your Moodle account expires shortly after leaving univeristy. If your Moodle account has already expired, you can attend by sending us an e-mail up to three working days in advance: email@example.com