Germany

Job Hunting In Germany - A Guide For Expats

Germany is in the midst of a powerful era. The country is the economic and symbolic centre of Europe, unemployment is low, and numerous industries are expanding. That being said, finding a job in Germany as an expat is a time consuming activity that requires a generous dose   more ...


An Expat Guide To Getting A Work Permit In Germany

Due to Germany’s ageing population, the government is relatively keen to have more skilled hands on the proverbial deck.

This is not to say, howe   more ...

German Culture - A Guide For New Expats

You might not think of Germans as quirky, but they can be. While we all know that Germans enjoy punctuality (true), paperwork (true), and practicality   more ...

An Expat Guide To Education In Germany

With its academic tracks and its variety of schools, the German education system looks quite different to those found in the Anglosphere. That being s   more ...

An Expat Guide To Finding An Apartment In Germany

Apartment hunting is always taxing, but trying to navigate a foreign system in a foreign language can be very difficult. This article will introduce y   more ...


 
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Rama

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I am Rama, an Indian and a mom of a little daughter. I completed my master's degree and worked in editing field for few years, later got married and came to Germany 4 years ago.   more ...

Sarah, Bremen

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My name is Sarah. I am a British expat living in Bremen, Germany.   more ...

Chris Olson, Wuppertal

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My name is Chris Olson and I’m a self-employed English trainer in Wuppertal, Germany.


[b]Where, when and why did you mo   more ...

Marcos Cherem, Frankfurt

Who are you?

My name is Marcos Cherem, I’m a Mexican-Spanish citizen born and raised in Mexico. I am a family man with a wife and a kid, a   more ...