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Whom..? Which Topics..? How..?

  • Who can use the Career Center?
  • On which topics does the Career Center provide counselling?
  • How does the counseling work?
  • What can I expect?

Below you will find the answers to these questions.



On Tuesday, 19 April (start of the summersemester 2022), we will be able to start counselling and job placement in the Career Center again.
We would like to ask all those seeking advice to wear an FFP2 mask in the Career Center.

Advice for international students, graduates and refugees

Consulting for Incomings
Wednesday by appointment
ZB-B, B 0570
Phone: +49 (0)421-218-6 10 37
E-Mail: rcramerprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

Advice for students, graduates and research assistants who want to apply for an internship or a job abroad.

Angela Schütte
by appointment only

E-mail: aschuettprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

We would like to ask all those seeking advice to wear an FFP2 mask in the Career Center.

Consultation hours: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday from 10:00a.m. to 01:00p.m. and from 02:00p.m. to 04:30p.m. and Friday from 10:00a.m. to 01:00p.m.


How to apply in Germany

Finding a job can be a challenging task, no matter where you’re from. For people with an international background, however, job searching can present some additional challenges. The Career Center is here to help! We’ve collected tips designed specifically for job-searching international students, alumni, and scientific workers at the Uni Bremen.



Nowadays, internships form an integral part of university studies. Moreover they often provide an entry into the job market. Whether in Germany or abroad: Our counselors will help you find the right internship.


Internship Abroad

Next to satisfying the internship requirements, completing an internship abroad offers extra benefits:

  • You will get to know different cultures and ways of working
  • You will discover new ways of thinking and solving problems
  • You will be able to test and further develop your language skills under "real life"-conditions
  • You will further your chances for an international career