It is possible to find a job in Germany without speaking German. There are indeed English speaking jobs in Germany. I am the best example of this. It is possible, but VERY DIFFICULT. In the end, it depends a lot on your field. Continue reading “How to find English speaking jobs in Germany?”
Have you ever had a job interview in Germany? I wrote about how I got my permanent full time job in Germany without speaking German in another post. It is not easy to find an English speaking job, but it is possible. So, in this post, I am going to share with you the interview process in Germany, and also some tips on how you can increase your chances of getting a job. Continue reading “Job interview in Germany: 6 tips to boost your chances of getting hired”
“Should I stay here, or should I move back home?” Do you have this feeling from time to time, when you live abroad? I moved to Germany and in my opinion, Germany is really a very nice country to live in. However, I do have this feeling from time to time, and I wonder, if I should really stay in Germany for good. This feeling was especially strong in my first year in Germany. In this post, I will talk about what it is like to move back home after living abroad. Continue reading “Moving back home after living abroad”
Do you need to learn German to survive in Germany? The answer is yes and no. Continue reading “How to learn German: My 10 fun ways”
As a foreigner, what is it like to study in a German university? In general, there are two types of universities to choose from. The first one is the normal university, and the second one is called university of applied science (Fachhochschule). Continue reading “Study in German university”
If you are in Germany already, you know how it is like when you are searching for a place to live. When I was still in Hong Kong, I was trying very hard to find an accommodation in Berlin. After weeks and weeks of searching online, I realized that it was almost impossible to find something! Continue reading “How to find a place to live in Germany?”
I did my bachelor study in Hong Kong. Afterwards, I worked for 2 years in Hong Kong, then headed over to Germany and finished my master degree there.