Working in international cooperation


Being engaged is important, but alone it is not enough. Specific skills and experience are required in addition to the basic prerequisites.


The range of sought-after professions is broad, the sought-after profiles change constantly.


Advertisements for IC positions often emphasise the function rather than the profession – it pays to do your research.

Employment and working conditions

Different employers, different conditions: the position, financial strength and philosophy of the organisation are decisive.

Intercultural cooperation

The ability to communicate and work successfully with people from other social and cultural backgrounds is essential.

Changing careers

Should you go back to your old profession or change to another branch after a career in IC? Newly acquired skills can guide you on your way.