You are looking for your personal dream job in Germany or Austria, but you do not know exactly which aspects to consider for a successful job application? You have already compiled some job application documents, but urgently need help with their arrangement and correction? No problem! In our online German course for job applications at DeutschAkademie Frankfurt am Main you will learn the basic rules for a successful written job application.
Writing a good job application in German
Meaningful job application documents consist of
letter of motivation and
When writing a good job application, you should pay attention to both content and formal requirements. An expressive job application opens the door to a job interview and gives your desired employer a first impression of you as a person.
Content German Job Application Writing Course
In our German course you will learn to write your job application in German.
Interpret a job advertisement
Order about required application documents in Germany
Writing a curriculum vitae
Writing an expressive letter of motivation
Helpful formulations for your job application
We will also help you individually and clarify your open questions on the subject of “applying in Germany”.
Excellent German teachers
Our qualified teachers will provide you with intensive support in our German course “Writing job applications” on two dates. The DeutschAkademie Frankfurt selects its German teachers according to their
Naturally all our German teachers are native speakers. Our small groups and interactive teaching method allow you to improve your German skills quickly and effectively.
Why learn German in Frankfurt?
The city of Frankfurt am Main is the best place to learn German at a language school.
Frankfurt is the fifth largest city in Germany and has many historical sites such as Goethe’s birthplace and the Frankfurt City Hall “Römer”. At the same time Frankfurt is a modern financial metropolis with the banking district and the unique skyline.
With the Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main has the fourth largest university in Germany with 48,000 students.