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New members - Introduce yourself!

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Have you just joined our community? Then take a couple of minutes to introduce yourself to our other members! What are you doing in Germany? What are you looking for in the community? And what are your ideas of how we can improve the Germany community?

We hope you enjoy the Just Landed as much as we do. Good luck in Germany!

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  • Marcel Plum

    posted by  in Düsseldorf forum 

    Hi my name is Marcel and I just landed here.
    I am located in Düsseldorf and I would like to introduce you my company - German Sherpa - Your source and intercultural specialist for exceptional seminars & Coaching, Relocation Service, furnished accommodation, and special training venues.
    Visit us:

  • gina um

    posted by  in Düsseldorf forum 

    i'm Gina i'm studying German then after i can continue my studies in the university here, actually i'm living in Düsseldorf ( 3 months ) i like this city but i'd like to meet friends here so it can be funnier and we can improve our German :))!!

  • Go to vanessa roldan's profile

    posted by  in Düsseldorf forum 

    Hola a todos me llamo Vanessa soy de Mexico vivo en Düsseldorf esüeroe ncontrar amigos por aqui yo estudio aleman y claro necesito practicarlo :D
    saludos a todoss

  • Dimitris Kefalas

    posted by  in Düsseldorf forum 

    Hi all,

    My name is Dimitris. I am international master student, I study neuroscience in Frankfurt.
    I am coming to Dusseldorf in a few weeks to continue my studies there.
    I don't speak German, so it's not easy for me to find a room/apartment there.
    I would appreciate if you could help me! :)

    Best regards,

  • aegean ren

    posted by  in Düsseldorf forum 

    welcome to dusseldorf.
    I came here several weeks ago.May German can't say English.

  • aegean ren


    posted by  aegean ren in Düsseldorf forum 

    My name is Aegean,I live in DUS.I came from Beijing China about 7Days ago.
    I am good at cooking Chinese food,so welcome to my house ,I like cooking for my friends.
    Happy new year.

  • Go to E Be's profile

    posted by  in Düsseldorf forum 

    I am completely new to this forum. I have lived in the UK for the last 4 years now but I'd love to relocate to Germany. I just looove this country! I have two sisters in Hamburg so I will probably be moving there. At the moment I am on the lookout for job opportunities for ESL teachers. I heard that there is a shortage of teachers in Germany. I hold university degrees in TESL and English Philology. Also, I have 5 years of experience teaching to adults and children. I'd like to work in a state school. I have started learning German. I understand a little already but there is still a long way to go. I think German has a pretty complex grammar. I will not give up though :) I am happy to do a language swap with somebody. My Polish or English for your German maybe? If anybody has any suggestions where and how to start looking for ESL jobs in Germany PLEASE let me know. I visited a few German websites but I can't understand a lot, let alone apply for a job. Anyway, I am really excited about my plans and I am sure I will be visiting this forum often just to see how other English speaking people are doing in this fantastic country. Take care everybody!

  • Go to nowisi elly's profile

    posted by  in Düsseldorf forum 

    This is Elly from Ningbo Wencheng International Student Internship Inc
    Nice to meet you!

    This is a very good chance for your getting more international experience when you are a students and you are willing to invest on abroad internship or tour.If do so,it makes more success in your future career and how to use your right view to know this world.Also,with development of economy of the larggest comsumer’s market,the more and more company will enlarge their business in China and so these company hope to employ some working experience in China for developing their business in China.At the same time,when you work with chinese together,you will know more chinese working ways or working enthusiasum to change your attitude to live.

    We are specialized in supplying the service of student internship,student tour and student mandarin Training in China.Please check on
    If you have any interesting or any plan,our Nowisi team will help for practise your plan
    Happy Everyday For You!
    Service Manager : Elly

  • Susanne Ahrens

    posted by  in Düsseldorf forum 

    Hi all,
    I am actually a German among you :-). I have been living in Munich for some years and have just started my business a a relocation manager. So all of you moving to Munich or new in Munich who might need some help, please check out my homepage
    My husband is from Ecuador and we have two sons, 5 and 2, so anyone speaking spanish and with kids who would like a meet up, we are happy to!
    Best regards,

  • Hi (:

    posted by Deleted user in Düsseldorf forum 

    Hi! I haven't move to germany really but I'm going to like in 2 years and I need to learn the language (guess that's obvious) so If you want some help with your spanish you can contact me. I live in Peru but I have two nationalities the german one and the peruvian.Hope to get in touch with someone from here.

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