DIT Startup Campus: Starting a business in Germany as a foreign student, academic or graduate.
You are studying in Germany or you have recently completed your studies and want to become self-employed in Germany? You come from a non-EU country? Even under these conditions, you can become self-employed. Being your own boss enables you to freely shape your working environment. You decide for yourself when, where and how you work. To make this professional freedom a reality, you must follow a bureaucratic path. There are many challenges to be mastered, but do not let that keep you from reaching your goal.
This seminar will show you how to navigate the bureaucratic path to becoming self-employed in Germany. Dr. Ralf Sänger, an expert on this topic and head of the Competence Center for Migrant Entrepreneurship, which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, in cooperation with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the Federal Employment Agency.
This event is hosted by DIT’s Startup Campus.
Potential startup founders