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German Work Abroad

German Student Work Abroad Opportunities

The following opportunities may be of interest to students wishing to work in Germany as they develop their skills in the German language.

  • 1. Werkstudentenprogramm (Work Student Programme) Organized by CAUTG/DAAD/ZAV
  • May until August each year: 6-12 weeks of work; August is free for independent travel; participants pay their own fare to Germany (but receive a $650 subsidy to help defray the cost); no work visa is required
  • Begins with a seminar to help get adjusted
  • Students from any discipline are eligible
  • German skills mandatory (usually after German 217)
  • for more information, consult the following website: http://www.kanada.diplo.de/
  • 2. PAD (Pädagogischer Austauschdienst), or FSA
  • (Foreign Language Assistant)Programme
  • Teach English for one school year (September 1st- May 31st).
  • Monthly stipend € 800, (net), incl. health and other insurances (students should verify updated current stipend amounts)
  • After finishing B.A. (German or another subject)
  • Must be native speaker of English and a long time resident of Canada
  • Excellent German skills required
  • Application forms from Prof. Falkner
    • Deadline:  January  
  • 3. Independently organized work:
  • By acquiring a Youth Mobility Visa, students may also  find their own jobs
  • Visas are acquired through:

The Honorary Consul of Federal Republic of Germany,
Ms. Barbara Hoggard-Lulay <hksask@shaw.ca

Additional Resources and Links for Study and Work in German-Speaking Countries