Hochschule Düsseldorf
University of Applied Sciences

​Workshops SoSe 2021

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Saturday 24 April 2021
Formal communication in Germany

10:00 a.m. - 13:00 p.m.
Web seminar via MS Teams

Lecturer:
Tanja Scheller
Lecturer for intercultural communication

For international students who want to apply for a job in Germany and who want to learn to communicate appropriately in the German business world.

Registration by 22 April via e-mail to
karriere.io@hs-duesseldorf.de

Please state your name and study programme, your matriculation number and your nationality when you register. The number of places is limited. Please note that the workshop will be held in German.

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Friday 30 April 2021
Career Café

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Digital get-together via MS Teams

Hosts:
Sabrina Guder-Pietsch, Career Service
Andreas Jentsch, International Office

A new event offered by the Career Service and the International Office for all HSD students who want to talk about career topics in a relaxed atmosphere. No registration required. Please note that the event will be held in German.

Participation via MS Teams at this Link.

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Monday 03 May 2021
The German social security system

4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Web seminar via MS Teams

Lecturer:
Prof. Dr. jur. Dorothee Frings
Professor Emeritus of Constitutional, General Administrative and Social Law in Social Work and Education at Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences

  • What types of insurance are there and why?   
  • Focus: Public health insurance
  • Rights and obligations
  • Employment subject to social security contributions
  • Part-time jobs and internships
  • Examples
  • Q & A

Registration via e-mail to
karriere.io@hs-duesseldorf.de

Please state your name and study programme, your matriculation number and your nationality when you register. Please note that the workshop will be held in German.

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Friday 28 May 2021
Career Café

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Digital get-together via MS Teams

Hosts:
Sabrina Guder-Pietsch, Career Service
Andreas Jentsch, International Office

A new event offered by the Career Service and the International Office for all HSD students who want to talk about career topics in a relaxed atmosphere. No registration required. Please note that the event will be held in German.

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Saturday 12 June 2021
How do I find a job?

10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Web seminar via MS Teams

Lecturer:
Tabea Dirscherl
HR Marketing Specialist

  • How does the job search in Germany work?
  • Which are the most important job board and social networks?
  • How do I find the right job for me?
  • How do I read a job advertisement correctly?
  • How do I network in Germany? How do recruiters become aware of my profile?
  • Q & A

Registration by 10 June via e-mail to
karriere.io@hs-duesseldorf.de

Please state your name and study programme, your matriculation number and your nationality when you register. The number of places is limited. Please note that the workshop will be held in German.

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Friday 25 June 2021
Career Café

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Digital get-together via MS Teams

Hosts:
Sabrina Guder-Pietsch, Career Service
Andreas Jentsch, International Office

A new event offered by the Career Service and the International Office for all HSD students who want to talk about career topics in a relaxed atmosphere. No registration required. Please note that the event will be held in German.

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Wednesday 30 June 2021
Labour law in Germany

In cooperation with the International Office of the Heinrich Heine University.

If you are looking for an internship/job or are already employed, you as a foreign student will have many questions about your rights and obligations as an employee and indeed there are a lot of things to consider. For example, what is the difference between an internship, a mini-job, a student job and a full-time job? What payment am I entitled to during an internship? Can I simply be dismissed? Am I entitled to paid sick days in a mini-job? Can temporary workers take paid leave?
Our labour law expert, Tobias Pfister, will answer these and other questions at an online meeting on labour law in Germany on 20 January from 4:30 pm to 6 pm.
We organise a video meeting for international students. It will be in German but you are welcome to ask questions in English.
Please register HERE (Link follows soon). Please let us know your questions in advance. We will collect all questions from you and forward them anonymously to Mr. Pfister. He will then answer them during the event.

Registration deadline is Monday, 28.06.2021 (23:59 hrs). All registered participants will receive the access data by e-mail on Tuesday, 29.06.2021. A separate registration confirmation will not be sent.


4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Online meeting

Workshops WiSe 2020/21

Tuesday 15 September 2020
Formal communication in Germany

10:00 a.m. - 13:00 p.m.
Web seminar via MS Teams

Lecturer:
Tanja Scheller
Lecturer for intercultural communication

For international students who want to apply for a job in Germany and who want to learn to communicate appropriately in the German business world.

Registration via e-mail to
andreas.jentsch@hs-duesseldorf.de

Please state your name and study programme, your matriculation number and your nationality when you register.

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Friday 30 October 2020
How do I find a job?

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Web seminar via MS Teams

Lecturer:
Tabea Dirscherl
HR Marketing Specialist

- How does the job search in Germany work?    
- Which are the most important job exchanges?
- How do I network in Germany?
- How do I find the right job for me?
- How do I read a job advertisement correctly?
- Exercises and exchange

Registration via e-mail to
andreas.jentsch@hs-duesseldorf.de

Please state your name and study programme, your matriculation number and your nationality when you register.

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Monday 30 November 2020
Application training for international students – Written applications

3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Web seminar via MS Teams

Lecturer:
Christian Leifels
Consultant for Professional Communication

  • Interpretation of the job offer and assessment of suitability for the position
  • Preparation of a complete application portfolio for internships, part-time jobs and full-time positions after graduation
  • Preparation of a covering letter, use of appropriate means of speech
  • CV
  • Cover page
  • Application photos

Registration via e-mail to
karriere.io@hs-duesseldorf.de

Please state your name and study programme, your matriculation number and your nationality when you register.

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Monday 14 December 2020
Application training for international students – Job interviews

9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Web seminar via MS Teams

Referent:
Christian Leifels
Consultant for Professional Communication

  • What are the typical questions asked by HR managers?
  • Interview guidelines
  • Self presentation, body language, clothing
  • Practice situations by means of role plays

Registration via e-mail to
karriere.io@hs-duesseldorf.de

Please state your name and study programme, your matriculation number and your nationality when you register.

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Saturday 09 January 2021
Working in Germany: An Introduction for international students

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Web seminar via MS Teams

Lecturer:
Tanja Scheller
Lecturer for intercultural communication

  • Cultural orientation for the German world of work, e.g. understanding of time and rules
  • Developing action strategies for everyday working life
  • Tips for avoiding misunderstandings
  • Exchange of experience

Registration via e-mail to
karriere.io@hs-duesseldorf.de

Please state your name and study programme, your matriculation number and your

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Wednesday 20 January 2021
Labour law in Germany

In cooperation with the International Office of the Heinrich Heine University.

If you are looking for an internship/job or are already employed, you as a foreign student will have many questions about your rights and obligations as an employee and indeed there are a lot of things to consider. For example, what is the difference between an internship, a mini-job, a student job and a full-time job? What payment am I entitled to during an internship? Can I simply be dismissed? Am I entitled to paid sick days in a mini-job? Can temporary workers take paid leave?
Our labour law expert, Tobias Pfister, will answer these and other questions at an online meeting on labour law in Germany on 20 January from 4:30 pm to 6 pm.
We organise a video meeting for international students. It will be in German but you are welcome to ask questions in English.
Please register HERE. Please let us know your questions in advance. We will collect all questions from you and forward them anonymously to Mr. Pfister. He will then answer them during the event.

Registration deadline is Monday, 18.01.2021 (23:59 hrs). All registered participants will receive the access data by e-mail on Tuesday, 19.01.2021. A separate registration confirmation will not be sent.


4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Online meeting

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Wednesday 27 January 2021
Employment Agency: Labour market for international academics in Germany

In cooperation with the Employment Agency and the International Office of the Heinrich Heine University.


Many of you will certainly ask yourself how the labour market in Germany has changed as a result of the Corona Pandemic, whether this will have an impact on your opportunities as an academic to find a job after graduation, what this means in concrete terms for someone studying mechanical engineering, social work or architecture, for example, or what this means for your job search for a student part-time job.
If you are interested in these or similar questions, please ask this Ms. Tschense from the Düsseldorf Employment Agency.
We organise a video meeting for international students. It will be in German but you are wlcome to ask questions in English.
Please register HERE. Please let us know your questions in advance. We will collect all questions from you and forward them anonymously to Ms. Tschense. She will then answer them during the event.

Registration deadline is Monday, 25.01.2021 (23:59 hrs). All registered participants will receive the access data by e-mail on Tuesday, 26.01.2021. A separate registration confirmation will not be sent.


4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Online meeting

All International Office events
Career Service events (in German)