Photo: Felix Noak / stW BERLIN
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Photo: Sandra Neumann
Photo: Felix Noak
Photo: Felix Noak

We support students in financing their studies by helping them find part-time jobs. We cooperate with
In addition, we offer training courses to improve job entry.

How to find a student job

How to find a student job

studierendenWERK BERLIN cooperates with the date base Here plenty of student jobs can be found. 
You can apply directly to the employers  personal registration is no longer necessary.

You want to get involved socially and culturally and gain your first professional experience?
Then we would like to point you to an external offer:

The digital engagement platform with heart

It enables you to acquire practical competencies and skills at organizations that deal with concrete social issues.
Conversely, you carry new knowledge into the organizations and thus create social added value.

Both increase psychological well-being as well as the feeling of self-efficacy and allow you to get to know the (new) city and its people better.

Many of the digital and analog engagement opportunities on the platform require little or no knowledge of German. In addition, there are both short-term/one-time assignments (e.g., serving neighborhood meals to homeless people) and long-term/regular projects (e.g., assisting/organizing events for educational justice), depending on the individual time budget.

Inquiries regarding information and retention periods pursuant to § 257 Para. 1 No. 4, Para. 4 and 5 HGB for social security and wage tax documents of students, employers and authorities can be sent by e-mail to or by post.

Informations for employers

Informations for employers

studierendenWERK BERLIN is cooperating with the platform Stellenwerk, which publishes a wide range of student jobs and internships via Stellenwerk is one of the market leaders in Germany and the recruiting employers also commit themselves to respect certain legal regulations, in particular the Minimum Wage Act and the Act on General Equal Treatment (AGG).

 As a company, you can publish your offers on Stellenwerk for a period of 28 days from EUR 50. For private offerers (carrying aids, Babysitter, etc.) the use of Stellenwerk is even free! You can find an overview of the current price lists here: .

To offer a job, simply click on the "Offer job" button at - everything else will be explained to you. By the way, "Berlin" has already been preselected as the location for your job listing!

 If your listing is online, students will contact you directly via the platform. You can immediately arrange a work placement with the students you contact. If you have any questions about the vacancies or about Stellenwerk in general, you can contact them directly, free of charge by telephone from the German landline and mobile phone network at 0 800 210 05 62 or by e-mail at . Service times are Monday to Friday from 10 to 17.00 o'clock.


Looking for a part time job? Click here to search the data base:

Fit for Combining Study and Work

Fit for Study and Work


Our trainings offer the opportunity to deepen existing knowledge, to develop new skills and to put them into practice.

You will receive lots of impulses and useful tips on tax, labour law and social security for students.

We focus on group work, design thinking methods and interactive exchange.

All trainings are free of charge. Take a look and register now!


studierendenWERK BERLIN offers a range of support and advisory services as well as workshops to make it easier to make the transition from study to career. For students who have to work during their studies, we offer training courses that provide additional qualifications and knowledge and improve chances on the labour market.

Events – such as employment law, tax return tips, correspondence training – provide practical tips for everyday (professional) life.

The ones we provide in english are listed below.

For more trainings in German, please click here.