Welcome on the JERIN-profile of ‘Make it in Germany’.
‘Make it in Germany’ is the official multilingual website of Germany for qualified professionals from abroad. It informs those who are interested in migrating to Germany how to successfully plan their move. It provides extensive information about immigration and visa procedures, job-hunting and everyday life in Germany.
‘Make it in Germany’ addresses qualified professionals and young people who are interested in studying or training, as well as those who wish to do research or set up a business in Germany. The job listings help professionals search for suitable vacancies and find out which sectors and regions in Germany lack qualified staff.
‘Make it in Germany’ is carried out on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy and is backed up by a range of personalized advisory services. These are offered in cooperation with the Federal Employment Agency of Germany (BA), the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) and the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB).
The ‘Make it in Germany’ team welcomes questions and suggestions about the portal. Contact us via our email address: make-it(at)iwkoeln(dot)de.
You are looking for new professional challenges in Germany? You are most welcome to contact us!
You can contact us in a variety of ways. By email, chat or hotline, in German or in English – our specialists are there to help you. We offer personalized information and advice, in German or English, on
– Job search, work and training
– Recognition of foreign vocational qualifications
– Entry and residence
Are you interested in working in Germany? Take a look at recent vacancies in our job listings.
On the ‘Make it in Germany’ job listings you can hunt for vacancies in sectors where Germany is suffering from a shortage of qualified professionals. You will find vacancies in the field of engineering, technical research and development, building and railway, IT & computing as well as medicine and care. The vacancies are advertised by the Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit).