390 Jobs in 49 Locations 112 Jobs Remote

My life. My career.
My location.
The IU International University of Applied Sciences (IU) exciting locations in Germany to choose from—join us at the one that makes your dream lifestyle real. Or, if you prefer to move around, that works too.
Happy student smiling and learning

Remote Germany

112 jobs in 6 categories
With our positions, you don't have to decide where to work. Whether you want to work from home, at one of our offices across Germany or up to six months abroad. Enjoy maximum flexibility!
Train running through the city

Berlin

79 jobs in 6 categories
Our vibrant Friedrichshain Campus is located on Frankfurter Allee—one of the oldest roads in Berlin. Here, you will find an exciting convergence of student ambition and IU employees at work.
Surfers in munich

Munich

71 jobs in 6 categories
Our beautiful Munich Campus is at Berg am Laim, and our Business & Mission Centre is at Schwantalerhöhe. There, we strategize, innovate, build, and manage the IU products & services that are transforming education forever.
duales-studium-leipzig en

Leipzig

67 jobs in 6 categories
Even Goethe mused about Leipzig's perfection in the world-famous Auerbachs Keller. And rightly so, because the city leaves hardly anything to be desired. Here you can enjoy art and culture and turn night into day in the numerous pubs and clubs. To relax, head to one of the many rivers and lakes in the surrounding area. Another plus: thanks to its manageable size, almost everything in Leipzig can be reached by bike or on foot.
City Water tunnel

Hamburg

60 jobs in 6 categories
In central Hamburg, you will find our modern Eimsbüttel Campus, and only five kilometres away is the heart of our marketing office in HafenCity—Europe’s largest inner-city waterfront development blueprint.
duales-studium-dresden en

Dresden

53 jobs in 6 categories
A unique cultural scene and numerous innovative companies: Dresden is just the right place for your next career step? Perfect, we can't wait to hear from you! The state capital has a wide variety of industries to offer – including the cultural and creative industries, retail, and the tourism and congress industry. Around seven million visitors come to Dresden every year to marvel at the many sights.Those who like to party will get their money's worth in Neustadt, Dresden's largest trendy and pub district. The city's numerous parks are a popular meeting place, especially in summer. After all, Dresden is one of the greenest cities in Europe.