Student work right in Germany
Post Graduate work:
Unlike other European nations, Germany’s economy is not centered on a few specific locations. It has a large economy with many opportunities for graduates. Many industrial hubs are scattered across the country. This provides great opportunities to graduate from different fields to look for suitable jobs. After completing a degree international students can stay up to 18 months in Germany to find the field related job. Germany is looking for many skilled workers by 2030 this open up different job opportunities for international students, according to a survey; business students tend to get jobs within 6 to 8 months of graduation.
Part-time work during studies:
Germany provides quality education without any tuition fees for international students but still, students need money to bear other expenses like accommodation, traveling, food and sometimes the semester or administrative fee as well. Germany also allows international students to work while they are studying, they can work 240 half-day or 120 full days in a year. International students can easily find part-time work in different restaurants, supermarket or libraries. Some professors also provide part-time jobs like an assistant or research assistant, which is usually paid. As per the estimation, around 60% of international students work part-time while studying in Germany.