Job Placement Service
Studijob - Job Intermediation
Job placement is offered free of charge by the Studierendenwerk Freiburg. It has the task of arranging short-term or long-term employment for students of the Freiburg University Region. The Studierendenwerk only provides an online platform for placement, the service portal. The contractual partners are the students and the respective employers. The amount of the remuneration is the sole responsibility of the contracting parties. The Studierendenwerk does not specify any remuneration rates and is also not entitled to demand certain remuneration rates from the students for accepted assignments. However, we would like to point out that the statutory minimum wage must be observed. Job offers and requests can be viewed in the service portal or you can post them yourself.
Click here for the service platform.
Die Jobvermittlung des Studierendenwerks Freiburg kann von allen immatrikulierten Studierenden der Hochschulen im Betreuungsbereich des Studierendenwerks Freiburg in Anspruch genommen werden.
Nachdem du dich registriert hast und dein Account von uns freigeschaltet wurde, kannst du unsere Jobangebote ansehen.
Instructions for activating and using the job placement service:
Register to be able to use the service portal. Afterwards, please upload your current academic record under "My Account". We will check your academic record and activate your access to the service portal. Once you have been activated, you can search for job offers in the service portal.
If necessary, you must have your account activated by us again each semester by uploading the current certificate of study for the following semester.
The most frequently asked questions and answers can be found in our FAQ Studijobs.
Instructions for presenting documents at an interview:
If you are a member of an EU/ EEA country:
Current certificate of study
Identity card or passport.
If you belong to a non-EU/non-EEA country:
Current certificate of study
Identity card or passport
Residence title, residence permit, work permit or eAT card with supplementary sheet
Foreign students from non-EU/non-EEA countries are entitled to secondary employment for a maximum of 120 full days or 240 half days in addition to their studies and must keep a record for the employer of whether and how they have used the 120 full days or 240 half days. Thereafter, gainful employment is only permitted with a valid work permit. This is noted in the supplementary sheet to the residence permit.
Information on how to apply for a residence permit can be found at:
Notes on placement:
After activating your account, you can request a maximum of three job offers per day. We expect a feedback on whether a placement has taken place or not. Only then you can request further offers the next day. Under the requested offer you will find the request for feedback.
This helps us keep our database up to date and avoid you and others applying for jobs that have already been placed.
Notes on social security:
Please note: All students are subject to social insurance coverage within the limits of the law. Employers must check whether the requirements for compulsory social insurance exist or whether the reporting and contribution obligations have been fulfilled. Students are obligated to provide all necessary information - for example, to verify the social insurance obligation.
You can find our job placement service in our service portal. To use it (and also other services), a one-time registration is required.
After registration, you can enter your job offers. Afterwards you can edit, update or deactivate them at any time, if the job has been assigned. You can set a time period for your offer yourself. Your job offer ends automatically after 14 days, but you are welcome to extend it. For this purpose, you will receive an e-mail from us in due time. This way we keep our database up to date and you will not receive any superfluous applications.
Please note: All students are liable to social insurance within the framework of the legal regulations. Whether the requirements for compulsory social insurance exist or whether the reporting and contribution obligations are fulfilled must be determined by the employer. Students are obliged to provide all necessary information - for example, to check whether they are liable for social insurance.