Regardless of whether you are applying for an internship or for your first job after graduation: You need to make a good first impression. Your application materials provide a preview of how you work. As such, they decide whether you make it to the short list of candidates. We give suggestions for creating successful applications and help get you ready for the further selection process.
We would be happy to advise you on
- finding your own job-search strategy,
- creating your job application and
- preparing for job interviews and other selection processes.
Usually, the application process is the same, whether you are applying for an internship or a permanent position. Please take the time necessary to prepare for the application process well. Get to know your potential employer and the job responsibilities. Make sure your application fits the job announcement and company both in form and content.
We recommend you have a look at our extensive material on the application process offered in the ares wrp 103 and wrp 103.50 at our library.
In The Study and Career Advice Service information desk you can also pick up the weekly newspapers evaluating the current job markets for humanities academics and natural scientists in the :