In the GDCh headquarters always take questions one at the training and the study of chemistry. Here you can find a selection of them. At this point we would also like to point out that we cannot provide student advice. There are corresponding positions at universities for this purpose. You can find the list of contact persons for this at www.chemie-studieren.de. The answers listed are intended to serve as food for thought and a basis for further research.
planet-beruf is made available by the Federal Employment Agency and provides information on all topics relating to career choices, applications and training. It helps students the secondary level (13 to 17 years) going to be clear about their * career planning.
There are many options here. Www.chemie-studieren.de can certainly give you an initial overview. There you will also find contact persons for student advice at the respective university. Some universities also offer trial days.
A comprehensive database of all chemistry courses and further information can be found at www.hochschulkompass.de. The GDCh also has various networks that could be of interest for further exchange on chemistry studies. On the one hand there are the JungChemikerForums, in which the students work regionally and organize various events. On the other hand, there are the local associations that organize, for example, scientific lectures at the universities.
The online portal BildungPlus offers a good overview of the currently more than 550 dual courses of study at vocational academies, administrative and business academies, technical colleges and universities.
The database maintained there also contains many attractive training offers from companies in the chemical industry.
We cannot recommend the perfect university to you, the chemistry and the choice of specializations are too diverse for that. It is important to first determine selection criteria based on your interests, skills and opportunities. It can be as simple as deciding whether to stay in your previous place of residence or move. As a second step, you should find out more about the universities or universities of applied sciences, for example via the website or in a conversation with the student advisory service. University rankings can also help here. Further assistance is given at www.hochschulkompass.de. It is also advisable to check your selection criteria again during your studies.
The publications of the GDCh career service provide you with an overview of the various fields of activity in chemistry: Information on starting a career for chemists Job profiles in chemistry
The most important keywords here are probably student loans, scholarships and part-time jobs. But student loans could also be considered. The career service of the GDCh offers a small overview. more
Internships are offered for both school and university students.
Internships for schoolchildren are usually not advertised. If you are interested, you should contact the respective institution / company directly. In general, internships are possible either in industry or at universities / directly in the working groups.
The industry advertises a large percentage of its internships. This is done either via internship exchanges or, in the case of larger companies, directly on their own websites.
The universities usually do not advertise internships. If you are interested, you should contact the respective department of the university / working group directly and ask about internship opportunities. Internship exchanges:
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