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Career Roadshow Ireland

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What (professional) opportunities are there if you learn German at school or university? Which industries need applicants with German language skills? And how do you apply for a job or internship in the German-speaking world?
Our career roadshows offer students a multi-faceted programme that provides insight into the relevance of German in professional life.

Where and when?

City  Date & Time Location  Registration Programme
Dublin 28 November, 1.30 - 4.10 pm St. Kilian's Deutsche Schule, Dublin Registrations open

What to expect?

Participants can expect a broad programme at the roadshow:

  • Exhibition stands of German organisations and German/international companies
  • Workshops
  • Information and presentations on study opportunities with German and in German-speaking countries

The target group are school pupils from the age of 13 and undergraduate university students.
You may wish to prioritize year groups which are selecting Junior or Leaving Certificate subjects, and Transition Year students. 


We are welcoming registrations from schools and schools classes over email at Chloe.Fagan@goethe.de



St. Kilian's Deutsche Schule Dublin (C) St. Kilian's Deutsche Schule Dublin

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Are you looking for new challenges? With German skills, you will improve your job opportunities with German companies at home and abroad.

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