DAAD Warsaw offers interested students from Germany the chance to do a work placement at the Regional Office. Preferably, this work placement should be supported by an appropriate scholarship.

There are a number of options:

  • Voluntary service “kulturweit”
    The Warsaw Regional Office takes trainees to do a 6-month period of voluntary service as part of the “kulturweit” programme. “kulturweit” is an initiative of the Federal Foreign Office in collaboration with the German UNESCO Commission. Trainees can start in March or September. In addition to practical work, they attend accompanying seminars and a language course and carry out their own project. Coordination and applications are organised by the German UNESCO Commission.
    You will find further information, detailed time schedules and the application portal at www.kulturweit.de.
  • Scholarships from 13 foundations providing assistance to particularly gifted students and financed by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
    Students awarded a scholarship by one of the 13 foundations providing assistance to particularly gifted students can often apply for support for a stay abroad, for example for a work placement, as part of the scholarship programme. You will find further information on foundations providing assistance to particularly gifted students here: www.stipendiumplus.de.
  • University scholarships
    Some universities offer scholarships for work placements. Please contact your university to find out whether there are scholarships available.

Information about our work placement

Welcome to the Regional Office. We will do our best to offer you optimal assistance and support. We consider it important that you gain a comprehensive insight into our work and can apply your own ideas.

You are responsible for organising your travel and your accommodation. EU citizens do not require a visa; however, you must register with the local authorities after 3 months in Poland.

You should be in at least your second year of studies, and preferably have completed your first degree. Knowledge of the Polish language is desirable but not absolutely essential.

We look forward to receiving your application!