Studierendenwerk Essen-Duisburg supports students looking for a job with a new Internet portal, which is aimed specifically at aspiring academics from Essen, Duisburg, Mülheim and Bottrop. On the platform you will find current mini and temporary jobs as well as trainee and graduate positions in the region. Especially a job alert function that informs by e-mail about the latest and suitable jobs. The portal was created in cooperation with the job search engine JOBSUMA.
A side job is the most important source of income for many students in addition to the BAföG. Around 68 percent of students work alongside their studies, which is six percent more than in 2012. It does not matter whether students supplement their own household budget or gain experience for later working life - many questions may arise regarding the subject of part-time employment. Here, the social counseling of the Studierendenwerk is a central contact point.
It provides information, orientation and decision support on financial issues, insurance and social benefits such as living or child benefits. The job exchange for students in Essen, Duisburg, Mülheim and Bottrop. The Studierendenwerk Essen-Duisburg AöR is responsible for the social and economic support of the students of the University of Duisburg-Essen, the Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences and the Folkwang University of the Arts. It operates seven refectories, eight cafeterias and a restaurant in four Ruhrgebiet cities.
The Studierendenwerk also leases around 2,500 dormitories in 19 dormitories, is responsible for the implementation of the BAföG, offers care facilities for almost 130 children of students and advises students in difficult life situations as well as opportunities for student financing.
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