International Career Service Rhine-Main

Pooling resources and creating synergies

The needs and requirements of migrant students [1] are largely congruent across the universities with regard to career entry. In order to pool resources and utilize synergies, we, the Rhine-Main universities, - Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Goethe University Frankfurt, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, RheinMain University of Applied Sciences and Darmstadt University of Technology - have joined forces to offer career orientation and career entry programs for migrant students in a modular structure. for migrant students in a modular structure at International Career Service Rhein-Main (ICS RM) and to offer them jointly to students at all partner universities.

As part of a grant from the European Social Fund, we aim to develop target group-specific services and establish them as a long-term platform in the region. By working together, we can realize a significantly greater diversity of services for migrant students so that they can take advantage of a wide range of tailored and needs-based offers. We provide a wide range of services, including Job application advice, workshops for starting a career, in-depth insights into corporate cultures, start-ups and social entrepreneurship

The universities from Mainz are partners of Matching Week and the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz is also an associated partner of the ICS RM. 

[1] Migrant students are students who were born abroad and immigrated to Germany and/or students who have at least one parent who was born abroad and immigrated to Germany. immigrated to Germany.