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

Büro DIMAK in Pristina Kosovo

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

The German Information Centre for Migration, Training and Employment (DIMAK) in Pristina is open to everyone. We provide you with free advice on the following:

  • Finding a job in Kosovo
  • Starting a company in Kosovo
  • Education or training opportunities in Kosovo
  • Help for those who have returned to Kosovo
  • Finding a job or apprenticeship in Germany

You can also take a training course on how to apply for a job. This teaches you how to best apply for a job. We offer this training every week. You do not need to pay for this.

Country borders do not necessarily reflect the German Government's official position.

We also offer various vocational training courses. This training is provided by our partners. We will use your consultation to discuss if there is a training course to suit you. You do not need to pay for this training.

We arrange a job and careers fair every year in Kosovo. We also offer events with a lot of information on living, studying and working in Germany.

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Insights into our work

Our advisory services

Kosovars face huge challenges when they return to their home country from Germany or other countries. Advisors at the German Information Centre for Migration, Vocational Training and Career (DIMAK) in Pristina support them with sustainable reintegration and help them to get ahead in everyday life.

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Ein Mann hält eine Broschüre in der Hand und erklärt etwas.

“Our objective is to find a solution for everyone”

Many people who return to Kosovo after spending a long time abroad might have experienced different trauma. Others find it difficult to get a job in Kosovo – and this can also have a negative impact on their mental health. The German Information Centre for Migration, Vocational Training and Career (DIMAK Kosovo) in Pristina therefore provides psychosocial support for both returnees and locals. “These people have shows/brings different problems – and our objective is to find a solution for everyone”, says Nexhmedin Basha, a reintegration advisor at DIMAK. He has a master's degree in psychology, with a focus on psychosocial counseling and career guidance. In an interview, he tells us how the counselling service works.

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New drive for a life as a farmer

The help I received meant I could start over again as a farmer.

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Using my skills in my own country

My name is Amir and I come from Kosovo where I live in Gjilan together with my wife and 5-year-old son. My work as a carpenter is my dream job. I never used to believe it could take me so far in my home country. Yet some support enabled me to realise my dream.

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Country experiences

New drive for a life as a farmer

The help I received meant I could start over again as a farmer.

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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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