Apply now: Qualification IAQ for refugees and asylum seekers
On 15 August 2020, the 6th Engineering Science Graduate-Oriented Qualification (IAQ) will start at the University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern. The IAQ is an advanced training program and it takes 12 months to complete it.
The goal is having better chances to get a good job in Germany that matches your qualifications after the advanced training.
Who can participate in the IAQ program?
- Persons in asylum proceedings and recognized refugees
- with residence in Rhineland-Palatinate,
- a MINT university degree obtained abroad (mathematics | computer science| natural science | technology),
- and German language skills at a good B1 level.
What do I have to do in the 12 months of IAQ?
You can find more details and information about the individual phases here https://www.iq-zmint.de/
How can I apply?
- Your resume
- A copy of your professional diploma or university diploma with a German translation (if available)
The qualification is a sub-project of the IQ State Network Rhineland-Palatinate and is funded within the framework of the "Integration through Qualification" (IQ) funding program. There are no costs for participants. Living costs continue to be covered by the respective funding agency. Participants with a long journey from Rhineland-Palatinate to Zweibrücken can live on campus in student accommodation during the university phase.
The engineering qualification is offered by the "Integration and Qualification Centre for MINT Professions" in Rhineland-Palatinate (IQ-Z-MINT), which is part of the education and further education network pro-mst at the University of Kaiserslautern and has been carried out since 2016.