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Living in Chemnitz

Chemnitz, with its program of urban renewal since German reunification, has developed into one of Germany’s foremost technological and industrial centers. The city now attracts entrepreneurs, leading engineers and academics from all over the world to its Smart Systems Campus and University of Technology. Chemnitz is shedding its previously austere image and enjoying a cultural renaissance, allowing expats living in Chemnitz to enjoy a welcoming city. As an expat in Chemnitz you will have the opportunity to forge friendships with others in the city and other parts of Germany by registering as a member on the InterNations website, and accessing the online forums and discussion groups for networking globally and locally with like-minded individuals and their families. Members may initiate contact and organize for themselves social, cultural and leisure activities as they wish.

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Moving to Chemnitz

Moving to Chemnitz, or any other city as an expat can be stressful and demanding, at least at first, but by networking with fellow expats via the InterNations portal it is possible to ease the process, especially if you find other expatriates with experience of moving to Saxony whom you can ask for useful advice and tips to help ease your relocation to Chemnitz itself. The InterNations website has many forums and discussion groups, and is trusted by thousands of expatriates globally as a social platform for networking with others of a similar professional standing. If you have more general questions on relocating as an expatriate, InterNations offers with the so-called Expat Magazine numerous useful articles on a range of general topics which should help you find answers to ease you quickly into your new life.

Working in Chemnitz

As an expatriate working in Chemnitz you may already have met other expats working alongside you, but the InterNations online community of fellow professionals, entrepreneurs and other high-ranking executives welcomes new members to its fold. Through the online forums you can establish contact with other expats working in Chemnitz and the surrounding area, and even form social groups to visit attractions such as the impressive Karl Marx monument, or the world-renowned Chemnitz Opera House, or attend concerts given by the Robert Schumann Philharmonic Orchestra. Chemnitz is rich in tradition and culture, with several museums, including the Natural History Museum and the Museum of Industry. Your time as an expat working in Chemnitz should be an enjoyable one, and with friendly InterNations members, it can also be a memorable one.

  • Daiki Saito

    When my company decided to send me to Essen, I took a quick look at the local community and said: Please do!

  • Cristina Fernandez

    On InterNations I did not only meet interesting people but I also found a flat near Bochum and settled in quickly. A great platform.

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