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Informative events for students and jobseekers with local HR experts

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For Job Seekers

  • Search local companies & job openings
  • Increase your visibility in the local industry
  • Never miss a networking event & Career Café again
  • Consulting: support for job entry

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  • Access to highly motivated academics
  • Never miss a networking event again
  • Onboarding support
  • Enjoy a competitive edge 
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Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) – FAQ

In this special FAQ section we collected important information and links regarding the new Coronavirus for you – in English.

The intap team remains available for you while working safely from home and will continue to support & guide you in your career questions as always. You can reach out to us via phone, social media or e-mail.

General Information

Where can I find the most recent information about the situation in Germany?

Please visit the homepage of RKI.

Where can I find the most recent information about the situation in Dresden?

Please visit the homepage of the City of Dresden.

How can I protect myself and others from getting the new Coronavirus?

– Wash your hands frequently
– Maintain social distancing (at least 1 metre distance)
If possible, avoid going on trips, using public transport and instead work from home.
Generally, all contact with others should be reduced to the bare minimum and the attendance of events with crowds of people should be avoided.
– Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
– Practice respiratory hygiene
This means covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately.
– If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early
– Stay informed and follow advice given by your healthcare provider, Germany’s and Saxony’s public health authority and your employer on how to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.

Please visit the homepage of WHO and German Federal Ministry of Health for more information on prevention.

What should I do if I have been to an area with COVID-19 cases?

Please read the poster provided by Robert Koch Institute.

What do I need to know when travelling to Germany?

Germany has introduced travel restrictions for entries from outside the Schengen area on March 17, 2020. All corresponding entries from non-EU-citizens and citizens of non-Schengen states by plane or ship will be affected. Entry will be possible for German citizens or internationals living here.

Also EU-citzens and citizens of Great Britain, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland and their family members will be allowed to transit through Germany to reach their home countries. The same will apply for foreigners holding a residence permit in one of these countries. Other people may be rejected entry, if they cannot provide proof of urgent reasons for their entry.

In addition, temporary borders controls have been introduced between Germany and France, Austria, Switzerland, Luxemburg and Denmark from Monday, March 16th, 8:00 a.m. Deliveries of goods and commuters are allowed to cross these borders. Travelers on any non-essential travels may be refused entry.

Please visit the homepage of the Federal Foreign Office to stay updated.

“After I attended a few job fairs here in Dresden, I felt very discouraged. I was convinced I would have to move to bigger cities such as Munich or Frankfurt to find a job. Every company at the job fairs told me, in my field, there is nothing for me here in Dresden. THEN, I attended Intap’s Campaign Lauch in October, and I quickly realized what I believed was totally not true. I still remember walking out of the City Hall that evening and felt very couraged and excited. “Connecting global talent with the local industry”. Thank you, Intap for all your support and it warmed my heart knowing that there is such an organization existing here in Dresden.”


MBA in Environment Management (TU Freiberg)

“To support International talents is such an important topic for me. Finally, we have organized our meeting with Intap and our PhD-students. Thanks Intap for the good meeting. I am pleased that we are now a member of your community and look forward to our projects together. You are doing such an important job!”

Ianina Scheuch

Phd candidate (TU Dresden)

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