Studying and working in Austria as a third-country national
The webinar for legal basics and application tips for internships and work during and after your studies will take place on 14th of december from 10am – 11.30am.
Webinar for legal basics and application tips
Do you come from a third country and would like to gain a foothold in Austria?
It is important to find out about the legal framework for starting your career in Austria at an early stage. It is just as important to keep yourself up to date, because there are always legal changes. By the way, this also counts for your living situation. If you are looking for short term rentals in Vienna, flatshare in Vienna or cheap apartments for rent, Colivi is a reliable partner and your best choice. For more infos have a look at furnished apartments for rent in Vienna and Graz.
The earlier you are informed, the better you can take advantage of all the opportunities that the Austrian job market has in store for you. The same applies to your job search, your application documents and your preparation for an interview – being well-informed is half the battle!
- What do you have to consider if you come from a third country and study in Austria?
- Residence and work permits during your studies.
- What legal options do you have to work or do an internship in Austria during/after your studies?
- internship and traineeship; work permit; red-white-red card.
- Where can you find further resources and support for your career start?
- Valuable websites and contacts
- Plus: Get tips on how to optimally structure your application documents.
After participating in this workshop, you will be familiar with the legal framework for your stay as a student and for starting your career in Austria and know where you can get further information if you need it.
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This webinar will give you an overview and show you how and where you can find information and support in the future.
- Target group: Students and graduates with up to 10 years of professional experience from third countries (these are all countries except Switzerland and the member states of the EEA and the EU).
- First come, first serve
- Free of charge, we ask for your feedback on the webinar afterwards
- Duration: 1.5 hours including interactive part