FrankfurtRheinMain International Office
The FrankfurtRheinMain International Office is often the first point of contact for people coming from abroad to the FrankfurtRheinMain (FRM) region. Our team supports newcomers before and after arriving, providing advice on working, studying and living in FRM, as well as guiding in the right direction for other services. The office is part of the FrankfurtRheinMain Regional Authority and we are able to provide advice free of charge on a wide range of topics and services. In particular, we give advice on recognition of qualifications, employment advice and the job market, vocational training as well as on the German way of life.
The Metropolitan Region FrankfurtRheinMain
FrankfurtRheinMain is unique. It is not just Frankfurt, and there is much more to the region than finance and trade fairs. The region is diverse and is made up of numerous towns and municipalities with a total of around 5.8 million inhabitants. It has a strong economy with great job prospects. It offers great quality of life as well as cultural diversity. It has a well-developed infrastructure with short travelling distances within the region. FRM is green, and is in the best location, right in the heart of Europe.
FRM is also very international. People come from all over the world to live and work here, and quite a few never turn back. We are convinced that there is no better place to live and work in Germany than FRM, and whatever you are looking for, you can find it in FrankfurtRheinMain.
Find it in FRM
Our website provides a comprehensive overview of everything you need to know for your first few steps here, whether you are planning from abroad or have just arrived in the region. You will find useful information on a wide range of topics:
Arriving in FRM: Find out about entry requirements, public authorities, consulates, learning German and use the roadmap to guide you on your way.
Working in FRM: Find out about vocational training, job applications, further education and the different industry sectors in FRM.
Studying in FRM: Find out about admissions requirements, dual studies, colleges and universities, and who can help you further.
Living in FRM: Find out about healthcare, understanding housing ads, opening a bank account, bilingual and international schools, and childcare.
Discovering FRM: Find out about getting around the region, recreational activities, sports clubs, art and culture, local fests and international communities.
We also provide information on the most important contacts and services for newcomers to FRM. Take a look at our interactive map to find various services and contacts such as consulates, international schools, further studies and recognition of qualifications. In short, we help you find the right place to go, depending on your needs and where you live.
If you have just arrived in the region or know someone who is interested in coming, send them our way! It is very important to us that newcomers feel welcome in “Germany’s best place”, and we hope that you will feel at home in FRM.
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