Finding an apartment is a priority usually at a time when you know so little about how things work here: When you’ve just arrived.
There are many differences between the German housing market vs. your home country, and no shortage of easily avoided traps to fall into.
Should you opt for privately rented accommodation, subletting, or maybe even a flat share? What should you look for with service charges? How much will you need as a security deposit?
Moving home is stressful enough even when you’re not having to deal with cultural differences and a language barrier.
We cover all the informative insights, align your expectations and show you how to gain the upper hand over your fellow apartment hunters. With this e-book, succeed in your new home and avoid any potential banana skins.
Are you struggling to get any job interviews in Germany despite sending many applications?
Or just feel overwhelmed with the cultural nuances and the different application process and don’t know where to start?
We have consulted with knowledgable industry experts to bring you professional and informative advice on the application process, CV format, visa requirements and sought-after skills.
Our fantastic FREE guide brings you these valuable tips and advice, to confidently lift you ahead of your fellow applicants and achieve your ultimate goal of working in Germany.
With Live Work Germany’s e-book, kick-start your successful job search and catapult your chances of an interview or a job offer!
Selecting the right bank account is crucial, and being savvy could save you up to €100 a year. There are hundreds of different banks in Germany and the choice can seem bewildering.
What’s the difference between a local Sparkasse or a nationwide chain? Do you need branch access or prefer a leading online or in-app banking experience? What do you need to open an account?
Luckily, we can help. Our free guide will help you confidently make the best decision for your circumstances, enabling you to choose a free, quality bank account.
We’ll compare and contrast the different types of German banks and guide you step-by-step through the application process.
Make the process smart, speedy and simple, and help get your finances into the best shape possible.
So, you want to live and work in Germany but can’t yet speak German? What are your chances of finding an English speaking job? And how should you go about finding one?
Yes, it’s possible, but the likelihood of finding one does depend on the kind of work you’re looking for, and you will have stiff competition in many cases. Fortunately there are plenty of things you can do to improve your chances and gain the upper hand.
Our quick, compact guide to finding English speaking jobs in Germany will equip you with the tools and hacks you need to get ahead of the game.
We ask the important questions, help you understand the German job market as a native English speaker, and share some of our favourite tools and online resources for finding jobs in Germany.