Professional recognition for electronics technicians – becoming a skilled worker
You have been an electronics technician in your home country and would like to work in your profession in Germany? The new IQ dossier "Professional recognition for electronics technicians – becoming a skilled worker" shows how to get started in the electronics profession.
Professional recognition for teachers – the pathway to a new job
You were a teacher in your country of origin and would like to return to your profession in Germany? The new IQ dossier "Professional recognition for teachers – the pathway to a new job" shows how to get started in the teaching profession.
Credential recognition for female migrants - the pathway to a new job
The Network IQ’s experts offer recognition advice on all aspects of your credentials. Meet us in one of our counselling centres! No need to speak German, we work multilingual! Get an overview of the IQ counselling centres here:
Further Portals for Immigrants
Under the "Welcome to Germany" rubric on the website of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, you will find information and tips on the topic of "Life in Germany". Here you can find out where to get further information and are provided with telephone numbers and contact addresses. The service is designed to help you to feel at home in Germany quickly.
The federal government's information portal for the recognition of foreign professional qualifications offers comprehensive information on the issue. The heart of the portal is the "Recognition Finder", which helps you to find the competent authority for your recognition application in just a few clicks. The portal is provided by the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BiBB).
The Central Office for Foreign Education (ZAB) is the responsible for the assessment of foreign higher education qualifications. The ZAB provides services for educational institutions, public authorities and private persons.
This portal of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) offers important information on living and working in Germany to international professionals - from job offers to tips on how to spend your free time.