RWTH Career Center

The career-enhancing seminars offered by the Career Center serve to prepare RWTH students and graduates for a successful start to their careers in the current job market. At RWTH Aachen University, the Career Center is the central contact point for students with questions about beginning employment and career. For detailed information regarding specific courses or the registration process, please refer to the Career Center. To be recognized as a component for the International Certificate, seminars need to have cross-cultural or international relevance, although this does not necessarily have to be reflected in the seminar title. In addition to the Career Center, several other institutions also offer internationally oriented career and soft skills workshops that can be recognized within the framework of the International Certificate.

Here you will find an overview.


Stube-Rheinland Seminars for International Students from Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe

What does STUBE mean?

STUBE stands for "Studienbegleitprogramm," or supporting program, for students from Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe.
However, students from Europe who are interested in development aid policy issues and people from other continents are also very welcome.


  • is interdisciplinary, interreligious and intercultural
  • is an excellent opportunity to meet people from all over the world
  • offers students the chance to gain unique insights into a foreign country
  • offers a varied and exciting program

Main topics

STUBE focuses on intercultural competence, democratic development processes, ecological sustainability, poverty reduction, justice, and a global partnership between poor and rich countries.

The intercultural training provided by STUBE Rheinland is recognized as an "Intercultural Training" component for the International Certificate.

STUBE Rheinland

is organized by the Protestant Student Communities of Aachen, Bonn, Duisburg-Essen, Düsseldorf, Cologne, and Wuppertal. The logo of the Protestant Student Community in Germany (ESG) is a red cock.

STUBE Rheinland is a joint project of the Ökumenische Diakonie and the Protestant Church in the Rhineland. Since 2006, STUBE has been supported with funds from Brot für die Welt, a relief organization founded by the Protestant Church in Germany.