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German Information Centre for Migration, Vocational Training and Career (DIMAK), Pristina

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German Information Centre for Migration, Vocational Training and Career (DIMAK), Pristina

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German Information Centre for Migration, Vocational Training and Career (DIMAK)
Perandori Justinian, Nr. 56
10000 Prishtina
Republic of Kosovo

If you have any questions, please contact us via Facebook Messenger, email (dimak-kosovo@giz.de) or call us at: 038 233002 ext 807 / 802 / 801 / 815

Edmond Gashi

Edmond Gashi, Leiter des Beratungszentrums inn Pristina

Edmond Gashi

Manager of the advice centre

As the DIMAK Kosovo coordinator, I ensure that our advice centre provides you with an excellent service. I therefore manage all the processes and maintain contact with our partners.

An interview with Mr. Gashi can be found here. >

Nexhmedin Basha

Nexhmedin Basha - Berater im DIMAK in Pristina

Nexhmedin Basha

Advisor

If you are a returnee from Germany, I invite you to visit our DIMAK office. In order for you to have a successful reintegration in your home country, I am happy to provide psycho-social support and career orientation counseling. For counseling, we can meet every working day at my office, or we can get in contact while you are still in Germany and planning your return to Kosovo.

Granit Brajshori

Granit Brajshori - Berater im DIMAK in Pristina

Granit Brajshori

Advisor

As a reintegration advisor for employment promotion, I am glad to have the opportunity to help you with advise and information about your prospects back in your home country, Kosovo. My engagement includes providing advice to you about economic reintegration measures, access to the labor market and startup support as well as career orientation counseling.  My contribution is offered in Albanian and English.

Rrahim Trepça

Rrahim Trepça - Berater im DIMAK in Pristinna

Rrahim Trepça

Advisor

I provide online advice via our social media platforms regarding your career development and your job opportunities on the labour market in Kosovo. I also coordinate our annual job fair for the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare and provide training at the DIMAK training centre on the topic of seasonal work in Germany. My advice can be provided in Albanian, Serbian or English.

Kaltrina Beqiri

Kaltrina Beqiri - Beraterin im DIMAK in Pristina

Kaltrina Beqiri

Advisor

If you are interested in career development opportunities in Germany through (post)graduate studies, an apprenticeship or a scholarship, you've come to the right place. I can provide you with information on the entry procedure, the requirements and the necessary documents. The recognition of degrees, visa requirements and the German Skilled Immigration Act are also among my topics.

Country experiences

Start-up assistance leads to self-employment

I now have my own hairdressing salon in Kosovo. It also offers career prospects for my children.

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Using my skills in my own country

Now I’m a carpenter fitting out entire restaurants. Only in a roundabout way did I find possibilities to be successful in my dream job.

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A better future for my family

My name is Agim and I come from Kosovo. I used to work in the marble industry, but the pay was bad. The wages didn't allow me to support my family. So in 2015 I took my wife and three children to Germany. We applied for asylum.

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Proud entrepreneur in Kosovo

My name is Sadije B. I live in Kosovo, I'm 38 years old and I'm an experienced seamstress. I have even started my own small business in Obilić because I went to a reintegration programme offered by the German government. But let's start at the beginning.

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Cakes for Pristina

Mirëdita nga Prishtina – Hello from Pristina! I am Euresa. A few years ago, I went to Germany with my family. I was just 17 years old at the time. We wanted to build a new life there, but were refused asylum. So we returned to our homeland in mid-2016.

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