We, the Studierendenwerk Essen-Duisburg, accompany students during their studies with numerous services in the areas of accommodation, nutrition and finances.

We support and advise on social issues, assist in challenging situations and also create cultural offerings.


Roundabout 370 employees work together in the cities of Essen, Duisburg, Mülheim an Bottrop to enable students to fully concentrate on their studies.

As diverse as our services for students are the jobs that our company offers. From child care workers to cooks, from housekeepers to administration staff - we have got al lot of professions to offer. 

What you get as our employee:

  • fair salaries
  • flexible and family-friendly working hours
  • diverse responsibilities


  • Catering

    We are experts in the area of catering. We cook for students and employees of the universities. 

    Part of our team are: cooks, chefs de cuisine, kitchen hands, ecotrophologist and other professional groups.

  • Accommodation

    We run student accommodations and guest houses in three different cities.

    Part of our teams are: engineers,  account managers, technicians, housekeepers and many more. 

  • Financing

    We help students to finance their studies.

    Part of our team are: administration executives, lawyers, office managers and many more. 

  • Advisory Service

    We support and advise students on social issues and assist in challenging situations. 

    Part of our team are: social workers, social pedagogues, psychologists, psychotherapists and other experts. 

  • Administration

    The area of administration has a lot of interesting jobs to offer: human resources executives, office assistants, business economists and many more. 


  • Child Care

    We offer several child care institutions for student`s kids. 

    Part of our team are: nursery teachers and many more. 

  • Culture and international services

    With our advisory services and events we offer an important support especially for international students.

    The jobs in this area are diverse. Knowledge of foreign languages and intercultural competences are important. 


Melanie Schubbert
Head of Human Ressources