Work in Germany
A large number of international students stay back in Germany after completing their graduation and pursue work-after study opportunities. If you wish to work in Germany after you have finished studying, you should start making plans while you are studying.
You can find a number of places that post job ads, so do a thorough research and choose your job wisely. Many universities and student union websites have job exchanges. Universities post job offers on the blackboards that you will find in the hallways that may be within the universities or at various local organizations and companies. Another source is “Studentenwerk” service, job agencies that are run by students themselves. All major university centers have their own “Studentenwerk” websites where job vacancies are listed. If you are able to speaking Germany language then it will be easy to get a job in Germany.
As an international student in Germany, you will be able to work for maximum 20 hours week during the semester and full-time in holidays. There are different types of part-time jobs in Germany like Research assistant at the university, office assistance, support staff, rental store shopping assistance etc. From these part-time work you can earn €7 to €15 per hour.