The International Career Service is a service for students of Heilbronn University.
We assist international students starting their career in Germany. We help to navigate the German job market and support in the application process. No matter whether it is internship, part-time job or career entry after your studies.
The International Career Service is also represented with a group in
ILIAS. Here you can find further information, worksheets and links on the topic
of application and internship.
To schedule a counselling appointment, just email, WhatsApp or log during the consultation hours.
Please send us your application documents and specific job posting, if you need advice.
The Career Service of the Heilbronn University offers help and information about starting a career after studying. For example, you can find a wide range of jobs, work placements, trainee positions and final thesis on our Job Portal. For personal advice you can get consultancy be the professional career advisors from the Agentur für Arbeit (Federal Employment Agency). Many seminars and workshops are designed to meet your unique concerns as international students on career, job and internship search process.
WoMent is an individual career support programme for female students and female Ph.D. students of the Heilbronn University. In a tandem partnership with a professionally experienced mentor the mentee is being supported in her professional and personal development. The benefits of WoMent² include getting to know the inside of a company, finding out about the every-day life of an executive, and learning about the unwritten rules of leadership.
STARTKLAR supports students who are interested in founding a company and actively shape the future. Regardless of whether you have already found your idea or just need some initial information: we are THE contact for all questions regarding entrepreneurship and start-up culture at HHN.
The International Career Service is part of the project INVEST-PRO³. It is funded by the DAAD as part of the HAW.International program initiative and supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.