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  1. Every Wednesday evening at an Indian restaurant in Munich. Location varies each week.   Curry night is not just about having good food but also about having great time and lots of fun. The cultural diversity of people who are regularly part of this event is as colorful as the curry itself with all its different flavors and spices.   We particularly encourage newbies to join us and they are heartily welcome. It is one of the best events to ease yourself into TT where you can make instant friends over drinks and fine food in a pressure-free, casual atmosphere.   Come join us cuz when you are here, you are family.   Click the "Follow this" button top right to receive updates via email.     Every Sunday night at midnight all replies to this post are automatically moved to the discussion archive.
  2. Searching for Family Stay Coordinator

    My name is Lydia Murphy-Ralph and I work for an organization called Xperitas. Xperitas is a nonprofit educational organization based in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States. We are dedicated to promoting global citizenship through authentic immersion experiences. High school students of German – accompanied by their teachers – travel to Germany in order to get to know the people and culture on a personal level. In order to do so, we provide students with the opportunity to stay with a German host family. We are currently trying to expand our family stay community network into the Munich region. This means that I am looking for coordinators who are well connected to the Munich community who could help find host families for our students. Family Stay Coordinators earn €120-€140 per student that they find a host family for. If you would be interested in this freelance position, please have contact me at this email address (lydia@xperitas.org).  I have also attached the official position description for your reference.
  3. Me and my wife will need to travel almost everyday between Munich and Augsburg, so I would like to ask which is the best and cheapest regular ticket we need to get to travel between Munich and Augsburg and how much it would cost?
  4. Aupair needed from June

    We are looking for our next Aupair. Start date: June 2018 for approx. 1 year     We are Oliver (10), Sophie (8), Peter, Stephanie and Smartie the dog. We are, or we would like to say a a pretty easy going family who enjoy doing many outdoor and sporting activities. Oliver is now at „Realschule“ and Sophie attends the local primary school. Our kids have grown up bilingual as Peter is from England. However most of our day to day life is in German.   We live in the beautiful city of Munich in Bavaria, Germany, to be exact in a town house in the southwest of Munich. We have the underground and recreational Parks on our doorstep plus Munich city centre is just a 25 min underground journey away. We both work full time so our current au pair (Viktoriia) is at home for Sophie and Oliver in the morning (breakfast etc) and when Sophie comes home from school at lunch time. She makes lunch and supervises her homework, makes sure she gets to all of her various afterschool activites, such as athletics, capoeira etc.makes up fun games, helps keep there rooms tidy (this bit is very important to us, as our two are notoriously bad at managing more than a couple of hours without making a mess) plus taking care of there clothes washing. Taking Sophie out on afternoon trips to the swimming pool, cinemas or visiting one of our many museem‘s. Olli attends an all day school so is only really around in the mornings ( not a great morning person, but then who is?)   What are we looking for?Well, we would like someone who is not only just there for the kids, but who can also join in with us, be it on an evening or on a day trip to.... become another member of 'the family'. One of our most important requirements is that you must have had some experience with kids and be aware just how difficult it can be. Being creative and able to take the time and build a relationship with the children is THE most important part of the job. Being independent and creative is a must when working with kids, ours are no different and respond really well to people who give them time and make life fun.Someone who can sit down with them and just make up things, be inventive and fill their time with fun, also as we have a DOG (an Appenzeller) being dog friendly is a must, also some dog walking is required. We both run or bike with her, so someone who enjoys going jogging and keeping fit would be perfect.While having fun is very important for us, their performance in school is also, you will need to supervise Sophie’s homework, encouraging her to do it neatly and help them study for tests etc. This next year is very important as it decides which future school she can attend, someone who takes this on board would be a great help We are not looking for an employee but for a new friend for the children and us. Someone who helps in the family not because we tell him/her to, but because he/she wants to, and anyway we think that it is the normal thing to do whem you are part of a family.We would expect you to: - get the children ready for school in the mornings - provide lunch for Sophie - supervision of homework- playtime activities with the kids- dog walking in the mornings and maybe also in the afternoon too.- light housework, putting on the washing machine regularly (you would be responsible for ensuring all the kids thinks are washed, no ironing required
  5. Ottobrunn, Monday, 19 February 2018. 18:00 - 19:00 Wolf-Ferrari-Haus (Nordfoyer), Rathausplatz 1   If you are a Brit living and working here and haven´t yet started thinking about this, maybe you should come along to this event….   https://www.ottobrunn.de/Ottobrunn.aspx?view=~/news/aktuelles&orgid={08F14203-807C-4974-8ECE-A710C7C6C5DD}   Organized by British in Bavaria - a part of British in Germany BritishinGermany.org BritishinEurope.org
  6. Looking for a kitten

    Hello all,   I have been in Munich for 1.5 years now and am searching for a kitten.  We've done a lot of preparation and have been searching for a little one for the last couple months.  I work from home so have the time and attention to give.   As much as I would love to adopt an adult cat from the Tierheim, my partner is less experienced with cats and would like to get a kitten (up to 12/13 weeks old).  We are looking to get just your typical mixed-breed kitten (e.g. from a farm) rather than from a breeder.  We will spay/neuter at 6 months so certainly no plans for more!   If anyone has any tips or knows anyone with kittens that would be great!   Warm regards, T
  7. Is Airbnb legal in Munich?

    Hi guys,  Tried searching but could only find info about Berlin, I'm wondering if it's legal to rent out my place in Munich for Oktoberfest? Thanks in advance!
  8. Hi, I'm a postgrad student from Australia (not an Australian citizen) now working in Munich (Software Developer) since a month. I'm about to apply for Blue card and have the following questions: I see my University with H+ status on anabin.kmk.org. But can’t see my course (Computer Science) on anabin.kmk.org.  Do I need to get my degree certificates translated into German and get it recognized by anerkennung-in-deutschland.de? My annual income is above 60k. Do I still need to get Ausländerbeschäftigung application filled by my employer?  The earliest appointment (KVR, Munich) I could get was on March 1st week, 2018. Is it mandatory to take an appointment to submit a blue card application? Any help on the above questions would be very much appreciated! Thanks in advance! Jes.
  9. Tutors / Counsellors wanted for English holiday camps in Munich and Bavaria HAPPY KIDS! FUNNY GAMES! ENERGETIC SPORTS! DRAMATIC THEATER! You can all experience this as an advisor in our English holiday Penguin Camps in Munich and surroundings. If you are interested in such a vacation job, please contact us. For more information please contact us: info@penguincamp.de http://www.penguincamp.de
  10. My wife (30) and I (33) are searching for an apartment in Munich, Bogenhausen area or any other place that has a walking distance of up to 15 minutes to a S8 station. We consider all the S8 stations from Karlplatz to Johanneskirchen (and even Unterföhring).   My wife is a mechanical engineer and works in Hallbergmoos (that is why she needs to take S8).  I have a PhD in physics and will start my job from February in BMW in Munich.    At the moment we live in Hallbergmoos in a small flat provided by my wife's company.   We have a monthly net income of above 5k€, however we do not want to spend more than 1400 Euro/month on the cold-rent, a 3-room apartment, preferably with a built-in kitchen.  The energy efficiency of the apartment is very important for us, so either a newly built or renovated apartment.  We have no furniture (we have moved from NRW and Thüringen). We would be happy to negotiate about the furniture as well, but it is not a must!   We are ready to move in immediately. We have a 'Kündigungsfrist' of one month at our current accommodation.   Thanks for reading... Please send me a private message / e-mail if you have a offer for us.   a.ordikhani@gmail.com      
  11.   Servus! I am currently study at TUM. and I have always felt that my teeth is fine, but as it is a new year and having seen German students always with tidy teeth, I've decided to go for an orthodontics. So I am looking for one to wear a braces. of course, I need an English speaking doctor for more smooth process.  and as I am already an adult, I figured that my TK won't cover any of this expense. and the price range is from 5000 to 10000 in Munich, which is too expensive for my budget, if I am correct with the price. So I was looking for alternatives, and I found some people visit Czech Republic for the treatment. and It seems that the braces would cost around 2-3000 euro, and I think I can manage to handle this price. has anyone had any experience with orthodontist in Czech Republic?, and probably the one in Pilzen would suit the most as it would be more economical to visit with Bayern-bohemia ticket.  
  12. I hope you find www dot newbieinmunich dot wordpress dot com helpful Merry Christmas and a happy year 2018! I have no financial or commercial interest.
  13. I hope you find www dot newbieinmunich dot wordpress dot com helpful Merry Christmas and a happy year 2018! I have no financial or commercial interest.
  14. Hello all!   The Toytown squash league has been running for years, but we are always looking for new, enthusiastic players! There are approximately 15-20 players from many different countries and there is a range of playing experience.    Here are a few details:   there are no set game/meeting times. Each month, there are normally three leagues (sometimes 4), from 1 (experienced players) to 3 (beginner players), and each player is a member of one league. each player then contacts the other players in his/her league to arrange games.  the games are played at Park Club Nymphenburg, Racket-Park Haar, Soccerworld München, SPORTS4you, and others (whatever is convenient for you and your partner). depending on the number of games you play, and how many you win, you can move up to the next highest league at the end of the month. it's free! (well, you have to pay for the court).   We are a friendly group and we would be happy to meet you and play some squash with you!   If you are interested, send me an email or call or send a WhatsApp!   wilson.rory@gmail.com 0176 2283 6154   Rory  
  15. Dear All,   I currently live in Munich and I am seeking for any office job. I am Greek and I have studied civil engineering in Greece and Japan. I have worked as an engineer, financial manager and technology manager in the Netherlands, Philippines and Germany. I'm proficient with computers and I am familiar using photo and video editing software as well as many other programs, both computer and web-based. Furthermore, I have strong language skills as I speak fluently Greek, English, French, Japanese and sufficiently German. Please note that I am available as soon as possible.   If you are really interested please do not hesitate to contact me via PM and then I can send you more details about my CV.
  16. Hi All   I am looking for a sub-rent (for unlimited period ) or Subletting for 12 months for a new building in Unterhaching. It start to use since November 2017, I bought all the new furnitures and kitchen (cost around 10,000 euro). (it takes me a lot time and energy to find it also)   While, I need to transfer to some other city from  March 2018. if interested, please leave me a message.   thanks
  17. Munich Appartments Search Optimizer helps newcomers in Munich optimize their apartment search based on the apartment size they desire as well as their rent budget. (The platform is free and available in five languages, including English)   The link: http://munich.vroum.biz   best,   K.
  18. Hi all, first of all Happy New Year! I have used the search function but I do not find much up to date info on studios offering Pilates classes in English. Any recommendations will be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance, Monica 
  19. Pilates in English

    Hi Guys,   This December 5th will see the start of our new English speaking Pilates course! First intro class is free for anyone to try and all details and to sign up are on our website: http://www.evolvefitness.de/pilates/   Thanks, Evolve Fitness Team
  20. Some weeks ago while parking the car, after backing up and stopping, a lady come to my window and told me that my car touched hers. Neither I or my girlfriend felt it, but I didn't assume she's lying and believed her. Came out of the care and we inspected her front bumper together. I didn't see anything, she kept looking and simply told me that she "feels" that the bumper has moved. We both took pictures of the bumper and the surroundings, she took my number and told me that she'd let me know once she takes the car to her car dealer. 1 hour later she sent me the photos she took, mentioning how the sensors have be "moved". Meanwhile I showed the pictures to as many people as I could, and no one could detect anything... Fast forward to today, she texted me "I'm in the workshop, handyman says replacing the sensors will be 300, and replacing the entire front bumper will be 1500. He can only decide about it once working on it. Please send me your insurance number." Am I getting screwed over here? Is there a way I can have a say in this? Have a "handyman" of my choosing to look at this?
  21. Expedia is Hiring!

    Hi Guys! Want to be part of an awesome team?! Expedia is hiring and we are looking for super motivated, out-going people to join our Market Management team (hotel acquisition/ sales)! There are several positions open for varying experience levels (including entry level) in Munich, Berlin & Cologne. German is an absolute MUST HAVE as you will be negotiating with and acquiring new hotel partners in the DACH region. Let me know if you're interested and I'll hook you up with the recruiter!     Here's one of the open positions to give you an idea of what the job is about https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/460469741/
  22.   Dear Language Instructors, LbT-languages is an experienced 19-year-old language training school serving medium-sized to big top-brand companies, as well as private customers throughout Germany and in other countries. We are currently looking for an enthusiastic native English instructor to teach in-company courses on a freelance basis in the area of Munich. You should ideally live in the area and have your own transportation, so that you can begin teaching short-classes immediately. If you are a native English speaker with a teaching experience and a high motivation, interested in filling up your work schedule or are seeking to start a teaching career, please contact us. Your tasks are to: conduct English trainings over a certain period of time in accordance with the LbT-languages standards teach 90-minute classes on a weekly basis and/or intensive classes of nine hours a day plan and prepare for your class, considering timely completion of the necessary documentation, i.e. copies of materials, attendance sheets and reports   If you: have a university degree and/or teaching certificates with preferably a marketing or technical background are smart, outgoing and upbeat can motivate others and have excellent communication skills are able to work independently and can deal with different situations in class have a professional appearance are always on time have moderate German language skills to understand a possible question in German   We offer: a friendly, fun and professional working atmosphere in an energetic team an internal professional teacher training as well as teaching materials a mentor to assist you with any questions that may come up while teaching support and resources for preparation and implementation of training If you meet the above requirements, please e-mail your CV to Shaunna Lucas (s.lucas(at)lbt-languages.de). Interviews will be conducted as soon as possible. Pay will be discussed during the first interview. We look forward to receiving your application. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 089 / 41 200 660. Sincerely, Shaunna Lucas   Senior Office Manager s.lucas(at)LbT-languages.de 089 41 200 660