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Career Service

The Career Service is a service facility of Hof University of Applied Sciences and offers students and young alumni a wide range of career orientation and professional preparation services:

Career and application counseling

Event program each semester

Job portal Hochschuljobbörse (network of several universities)

Internal job portal StellenHof

News and external career events

Contact us

The Career Service employees stand next to each other and look into the camera with a smile.

Your way to us

Campus Hof

room A 112


Johanna Franke
+49 (0) 9281 / 409 3317

Maria Schürer
+49 (0) 9281 / 409 3318

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Consultation and Information

If you want a detailed and individual consultation, please make an appointment with us.

A consultation is possible by e-mail, by Zoom, by phone or in person.

For an application portfolio check, please send us your documents beforehand.

You can find information on all aspects of a successful job application at moodle.

In addition to tips on how to write a CV, cover letter, and prepare for the interview, there are also recorded online seminars here.

Event program

The Career Service offers various events (workshops, talks) in different areas throughout each semester.

You can find the individual events in the calendar of events, right with the possibility to register online.

As of March 2023, you will also find the program of events for the summer semester here.

Career Service events

March 2023


Currently no events

Job Portals of Hof University

Hof University offers you the two job portals StellenHof and Hochschuljobbörse, for searches for (part-time) jobs, internships, working student positions and theses. 

For more information regarding the search strategy, as well as other general job portals, please visit our Moodle.


The StellenHof portal is a protected area that only students of Hof University can view.

The portal contains a large number of job advertisements from Germany and abroad. All offers on StellenHof have been received by the university directly from companies and institutions in order to make them known among the students.



These offers can, but do not necessarily have to be published in other job portals on the internet.

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The Hochschuljobbörse is a joint portal with 18 other, mainly Bavarian universities. Companies post their job ads here themselves and present themselves in a company profile

In addition, the Hochschuljobbörse offers Go Match. This is a service in which you express your wishes and requirements for the internship in a questionnaire and then suitable internships are suggested to you within the framework of a scoring.



Additional offers

You wanted to study or undertake an internship abroad (in Germany), have keen interest in learning languages, interested in intercultural fields or attend lectures on intercultural topics?

Hof University appreciates and supports these acquired competencies and therefore rewards you with a certificate. Intercultural competencies eventually belong to key qualifications, which you need to get along comfortably in international associations, be it professionally or personally.

The certificate is hence an extra-curricular offer of Hof University. 

For more information on obtaining the certificate visit Moodle.

Praxistage are "join in days"

Praxistage are aimed at students of engineering, computer science, economics and social sciences and give you additional opportunities to get to know many companies, build your personal network and gain further insight into your professional practice. 

Look over the shoulder of a professional during the workday, visit labs, construction sites, manufacturing plants, etc. Deepen your industry knowledge through company presentations, (online) workshops, etc. Provided there are enough offers for your field of expertise, you can experience 10 different companies or organizations during these 10 working days.

Use the Praxistage for your career

Make contacts for your practical study semester, your bachelor or master thesis, a working student job or use this opportunity to get to know your potential future employer for your career start. Build up your own network! Perhaps one or the other company will also become important for you later on.