Why Choose RWTH?

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Are you looking for a job and are interested in finding one at the university? We will tell you, why it is worth it to work at RWTH Aachen.

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Staff Development

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Fostering development, using potential - RWTH Aachen backs top educated employees. It also follows a comprehensive strategy, in order to make it possible for its employees to develop and make family and career compatible. Take a look at our guidelines, read the goals of our human resources development policy, and inform yourself about the further training opportunities for employees. Photo: Thilo Vogel

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Interesting Facts

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Do you know RWTH Aachen's personnel structure? What is the difference between academic and non-academic staff? What are the legal guidelines for student employees? We have the answers to your questions. Photo: Stefan Hense

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Family Friendly University

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Certified as a family friendly university since 2009, RWTH Aachen has created structures, processes, and instruments that support the family friendly orgnization of the university and ensure the compatability of studies, career and family.

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Vocational Training

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Take the next step of your future with us - complete your vocational training at RWTH Aachen. Here you can find out what vocations you can learn here, how to apply, and how you can profit from our vocational training centers for some vocations. Photo: Peter Winandy

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Job openings can be found in research, administration, and trade in the RWTH Aachen job bank. Make RWTH Aachen University your next professional stop. Photo: Martin Braun

Living in Aachen

Forest in the winter

Aachen is Germany’s westernmost major city at whose city boundaries three nations with three languages converge. Its proximity to the Eifel and the Ardennes, to Maastricht and Brussels with their linguistic and cultural distinctiveness, give the city that lies in the shadow of Charlemagne’s palace chapel a particular charm.

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