Student Jobs

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Work Permits for Foreign Students in Germany

Foreign students who are not from the EU or European economic area (EEA, also includes Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) normally receive a work permit for 90 days or 180 half days per year. These students are not allowed to work while attending the “Studienkolleg” (preparatory course).
Students from the EU or EEA have practically free access to the German labour market. Detailed information on the subject of work permits can be found on the labour law page of the website of the 'Deutsches Studentenwerk' (German student services)..

Please keep in mind that part-time jobs are limited in Berlin and also require solid knowledge of the German language.
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Student Jobs

The student labour exchange "Heinzelmännchen" (brownies) is a service provided by Student Services Berlin that places students from Berlin-based universities in temp jobs.
Other student labour offices:

A job for students can be found at the website

There are also many temp agencies in Berlin that can place students:
Students and alumnis of the HTW can get comprehensive information about job applications and a personal consultation in the Career Service Centre.
 
 
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