Germany: Jobseeker’s visa

Since 1 August 2012, foreign graduates with a German or other recognised university degree or a foreign degree comparable to a German degree will be eligible to enter Germany to seek employment. Holders of a jobseeker’s visa may stay in Germany for up to six months to seek employment whilst in the country. To obtain … Read more

Recognition Of Qualifications

It is unlikely that your professional qualification will be familiar to every German company. That means that the company will read the name of the qualification in your application and still not know whether you are sufficiently qualified for the job. So here’s our tip: have your qualification recognised. Must I have my qualification recognised? … Read more

Germany Visa

Do I need a visa to work in Germany? And what conditions apply to me? This is the first question many people ask themselves. In a nutshell, the rules depend on which country you come from and what qualifications you have. Here, we explain the main aspects Citizens of the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and … Read more

Searching Job in Germany

Searching Job in Germany

Are you already in Germany? In that case, you have other ways of looking for a job besides over the Internet:

Newspapers: Look through the pages of German newspapers. Many of them publish job vacancies in their weekend issues. Maybe there’s something there for you.

Job-hunting on the Internet

So You have decided to look for a job in Germany. Hier
you can get information about different ways of finding the right employer for you
in Germany – starting with initial research on the Internet
right through to visits to job fairs in Germany or in your home
country.

German Citizenship

Requirements for Naturalization/Citizenship [ci_adsense] Who legally and permanently living in Germany for eight years, under certain conditions, has a right to naturalization. Citizenship requirements basically are: permanent right of residence at the time of naturalization, Renounce their previous nationality, Proof of knowledge of the legal and social order and living conditions in Germany (citizenship test), … Read more

How to find Flats in Germany

flats in munich

Its is always difficult to find a suitable apartment or house in Germany. Some times its easy to find a job when compared to find an apartment.

Below we provide some of famous websites to find apartments/houses. In below websites you can find your desired apartments in your location.

1.  http://www.wg-gesucht.de/en/

“WG-Gesucht.de is Europe`s largest website for commission free flat share rooms and rental apartments. It provides a medium for private users to advertise their rooms and apartments on the internet for potential tenants to browse through”.  *You can browse site in English.

2. http://www.immobilienscout24.de/

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Germany’s largest Real Estate Portal.

3. http://www.immowelt.de/

Immowelt is one of the major real estate portals in Germany.

Below are some of lexicon/short codes used in Apartments Search!!

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Bilingual Preschools and Kindergarten

Munich has a broad selection of public schools to choose from. The City of Munich itself and the Free State of Bavaria run a total of 327 educational establishments
within the city boundaries, including 228 elementary, junior high and special schools, 38 secondary schools, 49 high schools and one municipal comprehensive school.

There is also an array of evening classes, vocational and business schools, and an assortment of technical colleges etc., as well as a number of private schools.

Information about the schools and their programs is available from the Department of Education and Sports.

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