Recruiting at the University of Bremen

The University of Bremen is not only one of the leading research universities in Europe, but with its 20,000 students is also one of the largest universities in Northern Germany. Every year, about 3,500 graduates successfully complete their studies here: 2,000 of them in bachelor and 1,500 in master degree programs. In addition, each year the University awards some 300 doctorates.

The range of topics is extremely varied: The students and graduates are spread over the approximately 50 bachelor and master programs offered by the University’s 12 Faculties. All fields of study have in common the high quality of teaching, which under the motto “research-based learning” is characterized by application relevance and a high degree of independent initiative.

The University of Bremen offers companies and other institutions various opportunities to make themselves known to our students as an attractive employer. We can also offer you support in filling job vacancies. To get the ball rolling, feel free to contact the following persons.


UniTransfer - Transfer Office of the University of Bremen

Anne-kathrin Guder

Phone: 0421-218-60330



Our Offers for Your Recruiting

Praxisbörse – The Job exchange

“Praxisbörse – The Job Exchange” has been bringing students and employers together for 25 years. The options for companies and institutions to present themselves range from running their own booth to lectures for a wider audience. Students can seek direct talks with HR decision-makers or prepare for the application process in workshops on job interviews and portfolio checks.

All further information can be found here.

Advertise Jobs

You can place job adverts in our online job portal.

More information here.

Mentoring Program

“Focus on Career Entry” is a job-oriented mentoring program at the University of Bremen. Our mentors are leaders drawn from the sectors of business, culture and administration, who volunteer to stand by particularly motivated job applicants in a one-to-one tandem relationship for career planning spread over ten months.

You can see yourself as a mentor? Then you will find more information here.

The University of Bremen’s Deutschlandstipendium program

By committing to a donation in the frame of the Deutschlandstipendium [German Scholarship] at the University of Bremen, you not only make a worthwhile contribution to supporting the next generation of academic talent: At the same time, you can present yourself as an attractive employer. You get to know the scholarship holders personally.

Further information about the Deutschlandstipendium at the University of Bremen can be found on the German website of the Deutschlandstipendium.

Dual Studies “Computer Science”

The University of Bremen, together with the Hochschule Bremen – City University of Applied Sciences Bremen and the industry association bremen digitalmedia, offers a sandwich course leading to a bachelor's and master's degree in computer science. The combination of academic and vocational training together with the hands-on work experience in the company constitutes an attractive form of training for “high potentials” that has supraregional appeal.

More information can be found here.