We are cooperating with job recruitment Companies in Germany:
Recruitment & Selection
“Recruitment is a defining activity for both, companies as well as, candidates. For companies, it sets the pace and creates the operational horsepower for growth. For individuals, it defines the quality of life”.
Our strength is understanding client requirements both technically and culturally. It gives us immense pleasure to see candidates placed by us growing, performing well and adding value to our clients business. We have a team of qualified and experienced professionals who gets involved in thorough understanding of client requirements, they engage with the Human Resources team and respective functional heads to take detailed understanding of the position, followed by preparing their questionnaire and clear queries on the given mandates.
As part of our service offerings GCEC is providing career consultation for individuals who are looking for a job opportunity in Germany.
After a first consultation and assessment GCEC will support the applicant in acquiring respective documents required for a job in Germany. This will be done in collaboration with respective Government agencies and after successfully completing this step, GCEC will then initiate the search for a suitable job via our partners.
Minimum criteria for applicants are German language skills (varying for different jobs, but usually B1 or B2 German level) and respective job qualifications.
Currently our focus is on jobs in various areas including the health space (e.g. nurses, doctors) as well as IT & Software Engineers In general however, we can support the search for all jobs that are listed on the so called “Positivliste” published by the German Federal Employment Agency. Jobs on this Positivliste are eligible for easy employment and visa applications of foreigners.
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STUDENT PLACEMENT IN GERMANY
Students wishing to study overseas often do not have relevant information about courses, student visa requirements or how to go about applying for a course at education institutions such as schools, colleges or universities in Germany. Overseas Students & Consulting Services play a pivotal role in supporting prospective students. Support includes but not limited to;
- General information about studying overseas.
- applying for courses for students in various schools, colleges, Institutes and Universities in Germany.
- information on Colleges, Institutes and Universities profile information
- student visa advice and information,
- supporting students with visa application process
- pre-departure orientation information sessions
Once a student has been successful in gaining an offer to study in Germany, our agents provide all necessary support to ensure that the student start their study without any problems.
A student can work up to 20 hours per week while they are studying and full-time during vacations. In general, students should not expect to cover tuition fees or living expenses from casual work. Whilst Research Higher Degree applicants are entitled to work unlimited hours, they must maintain full-time enrolment in their studies and meet the requirements of their program.
VISA APPLICATION & RENEWAL
It is a requirement of the Department of Home Affairs for students wishing to pursue their studies in Germany to apply for student visa once they have met the eligibility. We recognise that applying for a student visa can be a complicated process. Our dedicated staff will help you through the application process and ensure that you submit a valid application.
German Student Applicant Visa
A German student applicant visa is the visa to apply for if you are planning to go to Germany to apply for university admission in person.
This visa is initially issued for three months but can be extended for another three months upon your arrival in Germany.
- Requirements for a Germany student applicant visa are:
- .Two German national visa application forms. Duly filled out and signed.
- .Your valid national passport. Issued in the recent 10 years, with at least 2 blank pages.
- .Your recent photographs. (Up to 3). They must be biometric passport-size.
- .Recognized German language certificate. Or, evidence of being admitted to partake in a German language course leading to such certificate. (For a German study program).
- .Proof of study prospect.
- .Evidence of conditional acceptance in studies. Letter or communications with the university. They must confirm you’ve been accepted in part, and you’ve to undertake preparatory measures and/or sit an examination before getting final admission.
- .Letter confirming you’ve applied for studies. A university letter confirming you’ve applied and successfully complied with university requirements for admission.
- .Evidence of a reserved place in a study program. Letter or communications with the university. They must state the need for personal attendance for final admission.
- .Recognized English language certificate. (For an international study program).
- .University entrance qualification recognized in Germany.
- .Proof of means of subsistence.
- .Letter of commitment by parents. Accompanied by evidence of their incomes and other financial assets.
- Letter of commitment by a German resident “Verpflichtungserklärung”. A latter taken at the Alien’s Registration Office in Germany by the German resident who’s covering your costs during your studies.
- .Blocked account “Escrow”
For more detailed information on student visas meet us personally.