All You Need to Get Started in Germany
German Grammar the Twitter Way.
A job in Germany. Where you don’t have to speak fluent German. Yes, they do exist — and not only if you’re a software engineer!
Learn from recruiters of international teams how to compile your application to increase your chances of getting a job in Germany.
Learn how to ace the interview and where to find those “secret jobs” not advertised on platforms like Monster or LinkedIn.
There are two main ways to express if you know or are familiar with something in German.
While no one likes unexpected visits, you still need to know how to talk about it!
Butterfly, mariposa, farfalla, SCHMETTERLING!
The most important tip: don't say "gift"!
There are two main words to discuss education in German: one general and one specific.
Follow along with Arjun’s story, an Expath Global Mobility relocation client, and Margarete, an Expath relocation coach, as they walk through how Arjun made the move from India to Germany.