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ADAPTION COURSES FOR ENGINEERS

 

ONLY now!

 

6.000 EUR

per year

 (500 EUR

per month)

 + 400 EUR

application fee

Regular price 10.130 EUR!

The course consists of two parts:

1.) The theoretical training in 6 months, consisting of technical language German and technical engineering knowledge.

2.) The second part comprises a 6-month internship in a company in Germany that suits the graduate.

 

3.) Your placement as an engineer in Germany 

The instruction takes place Monday to Friday, in each case with 8 hours daily and locks with an examination after 12 months.
The graduate receives a certificate of the AKATE academy for technology and the Leibniz institute for interdisciplinary studies registered association. (LIFIS).

 

The place of study is Berlin - Adlershof. The students have the choice during the course additionally to their field of interest to select suitable modules.

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Adaptation training for immigrant engineers / natural scientists / computer scientists

The purpose of the adaptation training for engineers, natural scientists and computer scientists from third countries (not Europe) is to give specialists who have completed their studies at a university or college in their home country the opportunity to prepare for a job in the Federal Republic of Germany.


The experience in placing these specialists has shown that there is a lack of knowledge and skills both in the use of the German language and in the special knowledge of the respective specialist field of the German companies for the targeted assignment.

Engineers have one advantage when looking for a job: they can work in many different industries. In Germany they have a large market with more than two million jobs. According to a study, engineers / scientists / computer scientists are particularly in demand among companies, in the retail sector and in the IT and telecommunications sector. Overall, almost 80 percent of the companies said that they were looking for graduates.

However, the companies do not want any graduates. Many are choosy and want junior employees with special skills who should match vacancies as closely as possible.  This knowledge is imparted in our adaptation training.

The adaptation course covers both scientific and technical subjects. The course is practice-oriented and prepares you for work in the technical field. You will also receive a scientific orientation. With this course the doors to the free economy are open to you. Special focuses enable graduates to work in other exciting fields.

The following focal points are the content of the course:

German for Engineers/Natural Scientists /Computer Scientists at level C1 Technics/Computer Science (including language examination German B2 / C1 (telc equivalent) according to GER and Fachsprachdienst).

Selected knowledge from the following fields:
- Engineering in Germany, project management.

The language training takes place by the German-language switching of selected bases in the following areas:

- Mathematics, scientific basics
- special fields
- Technical standards, Euro standards
- industrial safety
- data protection
- Business fundamentals
- Legal regulations
- labour law
- Internship / Trial exam etc.

 

The course consists of two parts:

1) The theoretical training in 6 months, consisting of technical language German and technical engineering knowledge.

2. The second part comprises a 6-month internship in a company in Germany that suits the graduate.

Support is given with the following employment switching.

The instruction takes place as operational readiness level instruction, Monday to Friday, in each case with 8 hours daily and locks with an examination after 12 months.
The graduate receives a certificate of the AKATE academy for technology and the Leibniz institute for interdisciplinary studies registered association. (LIFIS).

The place of study is Berlin - Adlershof. The students have the choice during the course additionally to their field of interest to select suitable modules.