Mainz is not only proud of its more than 2000-year-old history and Roman tradition. With around 39,000 students and a population of around 200,000, the average age is only around 41 - which also explains the innovative spirit of Mainz's research landscape and companies. Stable at a high level - this is how around 450 Mainz companies assessed Mainz as a business location in autumn 2020. And rightly so, because Mainz is a prospering business centre in the middle of the economically strong Rhine-Main region and as such offers the best conditions for students to find a part-time job in Mainz or to make a career after their studies.
In the media location of Mainz, large television stations, publishing houses and broadcasting houses offer numerous student jobs in the creative industries. In addition to the media and creative industries, there is also a growing IT sector, so that the trend of digitalisation is particularly strong in Mainz and modern jobs are constantly being created. Mainz also calls itself the "City of Science". The reason for this is a seal of approval for its excellent research landscape, which includes renowned institutions such as the university, colleges, the CBS, two Max Planck Institutes, and facilities of the Fraunhofer Society and the Helmholz Society. Together with top companies such as Boehringer Ingelheim, IBM or Schenker, they offer the best conditions for working students, internships, part-time jobs, and final theses in Mainz.
With its Career Service, the CBS International School has its own department that acts as an interface between companies from the region and their students. Companies specifically look to us for top talent for part-time jobs and for graduates. Our staff will also advise you on part-time jobs and career entry.
The CBS Career Service has its own online job portal with job offers in the area of part-time jobs, internships, and career entry. It also helps students get in touch with companies themselves in various ways. At Stellenwerk Mainz, the job portal for students, companies present themselves with their job offers from temporary jobs to thesis work.
Learning the current state of academic knowledge and applying it in practice: This is reality at CBS. In our Business Projects, students work on real projects from the business world. Our professors develop these projects together with the companies in Mainz. The Business Projects, which are firmly anchored in the curriculum, offer students a great opportunity to work on challenging tasks with high practical relevance. At the end of the project, the students present their results to top decision-makers. Such contacts often result in further opportunities ranging from student jobs to career entry. Learn more!