The Career Center at Detmold University of Music aims to accompany and support students on their way into their professional lives. The musical world is one of constant change, the number of permanent positions is shrinking, and job requirements are changing, but nevertheless there are also completely new and multifaceted opportunities opening up for music school graduates. The Career Center will assist students to meet the new challenges of the musical marketplace, find careers that suit them and prepare for them. In doing so, it takes over three central responsibilities.
Inform: by providing focused information, the center will provide the student with an overview of career possibilities, practical opportunities, festivals, competitions and so on.
Advise: At individual counselling, the students have the opportunity to address their individual and unique questions concerning the topic of finding a career.
Qualify: skills that go beyond the curricula of the individual study courses are taught during seminars and workshops. These include topics such as applying for a job, business start-up, legal aspects, insurance, marketing oneself or even training for auditions
Optimal synergies are developed by the close collaboration between the departments of Musical Education, Music Management and Musicians‘ Health.
For more information you may view the Career Center's FAQ or change to the German submenus.
The Career Centre was founded in 2009. It assists and supports students and alumni on their way into professional life.
For our offers, please see the menu bar on the left. You can meet us in person in the building at Gartenstraße 20. We are: Stefan Simon (Head of the Career Centre), Frank Beyer and Verena Curuti (student assistant for the Musicians’ Booking Service).
More information about the Career Centre can be found in the FAQ and the information video.
Career news from our students can be found here.
We are a member of the Career Service Netzwerk Deutschland - csnd e.V.
You can find the latest news on the German website.