Finding Jobs in Berlin
Currently, we offer all Arden University students access to Abintegro - our online Careers Portal - via your online learning platform, iLearn. Abintegro currently features around 7.000 job vacancies in the Berlin area (accurate as of March 2019).
Additionally you could also request some support from us in writing your CV and some tips on where to look for jobs.
German Language Training at Arden
Arden University students who study at our Berlin study centre are provided free A1 German language courses during their period of study. This will benefit you if you are intending to stay and work in Germany following completion of your course.
German Working Regulations
As of August 2012 international students who do not come from the EU or EEA are allowed to work 120 full days or 240 half days per year.
International students who do not come from the EU cannot be self-employed or work freelance.
If you want to work more than 120 full or 240 half days you will require approval by the Foreigners Office.
Whether you receive the approval depends on the current job market in your place of study. In regions with high unemployment you will have little chance of working more than 120 days.
Contact the Foreigners Office Berlin for more information.
Who are Arden University?
At Arden, we believe everyone, everywhere has the right to Higher Education. We've supported more than 50,000 students over 25 years and are experts in flexible Degrees, Master's and MBAs.
We offer career-focused online Distance Learning courses worldwide, as well as Blended Learning study at our study centres. You can study at our Ealing, Tower Hill, Holborn, Birmingham, Manchester, Berlin or Hamburg study centres.