Here is how to find a job as an international student
It may well be that you speak and write German fluently and have excellent professional skills in IT, design or any other field. In this case, it won’t be too hard for you to find a suitable job. The Bundesagentur für Arbeit (Labor Office) offers consultations for international students and provides job listings.
The Bundesagentur für Arbeit can also point you toward temporary employment agencies. They may have good opportunities for summer jobs.
Keep in mind, however, that you are not allowed to freelance or be self-employed as an international student.
If you don’t have the skills for a higher-paying professional job yet and are looking for a job at a café, restaurant or delivery service, you can check bulletin boards in your city and at your university.
Again, the Bundesagentur für Arbeit has listings for restaurant, café and warehouse jobs as well. Be sure to apply for your taxpayers ID and your social security number if you earn more than €450 a month.