InSAR - International Students as Employees for the Region

The InSAR project creates the earliest possible link between international students and employers in Nordhausen and the surrounding area.

Benefits for international students


We would like to bring international students into contact with regional companies and institutions from the beginning of their studies (or already during the preparatory studies at the Studienkolleg) and keep them in the region after their studies through good career prospects. In this way, students can better orient their studies to practice-relevant requirements, prepare themselves for their later professional life, and in many cases have the opportunity to get to know their future workplace during their studies and to establish themselves in the company.

Flyer for international students

Are you looking for a part-time job, an internship, a thesis or a job after graduation? Then please fill in the form and send it back by e-mail.
You would like to inform yourself in advance? You can find a lot of useful information about applying, looking for a job and starting a career for international students in the brochure Make it work!

Benefits for companies and institutions


The companies secure qualified personnel who are familiar with the circumstances and requirements of the company and who have intercultural competence. This can counteract the shortage of skilled workers.

Flyer for companies and institutions

Do you have a job offer for which you particularly need the skills of international students? Are you interested in establishing connections with international students at an early stage in order to prevent a long-term staff shortage? Then please fill in the form and send it back by e-mail.

Project InSAR is considered a particularly successful project within the framework of the internationalization of STEM subjects

Hochschule Nordhausen
International Office
Projekt InSAR
Weinberghof 4
99734 Nordhausen

Tel.: +493631 420-139
E-Mail: insarhs-nordhausen.de

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This project is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with funding from the German Federal Foreign Office.