The GDCh offers support in the field of chemistry right from the start of the educational process, with simple experiments for kindergarteners on up to advanced training for professionals. In schools, GDCh addresses the needs of both teachers and pupils by providing up-to-date, effective materials for teaching chemistry. Post-schooling, GDCh supplies background material for and information about vocational and professional training, university studies in chemistry, continuing education for teachers, and chemistry conferences and promotion campaigns.
GDCh's Continuing Education Programme presents a variety of ways for professionals to use state-of-the-art know-how to meet the challenges they face each working day. In specialist fields such as analytical chemistry or chemistry and the law, you benefit by tapping the knowledge of instructors with extensive experience and advanced competence in their fields.
Learn more about the GDCh Continuing Education Programme
The GDCh provides information about and assistance with getting started in chemistry as a profession and going on to a successful career. Job markets and job application workshops help chemists land jobs that will prove satisfying. Brochures for career start-ups provide an overview of the various professional fields open to them; comprehensive lists of links help with information about grants, stays in other countries, and other topics. Surveys of current salaries, a labour law hotline, and detailed statistics on university majors in chemistry complete the picture.
GDCh Career Services assists companies both in Germany and abroad with their search for qualified candidates, whether recent chemistry graduates or experienced professionals, in all of the branches of chemistry and related fields.
The GDCh Job Market – in print or online – opens up a smooth and direct path to qualified professionals. Because the job market is confined to chemists and related professions, highly qualified experts and managers find your job offerings quickly and easily.
Universities and research institutes may publish positions open to doctoral candidates, post-doctoral applicants, and professors free of charge.
Information for non-Germans wishing to study, conduct research, or teach in Germany.
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