Au Pair Germany

Germans have an unequalled passion for their cultural heritage and will be happy to share it with you. The Germans green economics and politics is amongst the most developed in the world. Germany is one of the crown jewels of travel and is one of the leading tourist destinations worldwide.  Scenic landscapes, beautiful villages, quaint castles and a profound sense of history are just a few of the things that you will experience in this delightful country.  Come and experience this country that is both unique and impressive.

Your host family will let you have a timetable from which you can see in detail the jobs you will have to carry out. The jobs are very different, depending on the host family..

Being an au pair means to live with a family, to become part of your host family and join in some of their activities. It also means to be able to integrate in their habits and customs. You will certainly improve your language skills and improve your career prospects. Living with one of our host families takes out the worries and cost of living in another country and you will be able to learn about the country at first hand. You will also have the opportunity to gain language qualifications.

Here we would like to give you just some examples:

  • Childcare, playing with the children you look after, bringing to/picking up from school/kindergarten..
  • Looking after babies: changing nappies, feeding, taking out for a walk by pram etc..
  • Going shopping and running errands..
  • Vacuum-cleaning
  • Laundry
  • Washing dishes/put in dishwasher
  • preparation of meals or snacks for the children
  • Tidying up after the children


  • Be between the ages of 18 and 25.
  • Basic knowledge of German language
  • Should have some child care or baby-sitting experience.
  • Have a genuine love of children, patience, flexibility and independence.
  • Be of good character and in good health.
  • You are responsible for Airfare (Families do pay flights, but they will deduct a small amount from your pocket money each month)

In exchange for 30 hours of work per week, you will receive:

  • Furnished bedroom in host families home
  • €260 (Euro) in pocket money per month ( €260 plus €90 educational allowance = €350)
  • 4 weeks’ paid vacation if you stay for the full year (respectively 2 days each month)
  • 1 day per week off
  • Welcome package with au pair list, manual and invitations
  • Monthly au pair activities
  • Full health, accident and travel insurance
  • Full support through year
  • A unique opportunity to live abroad affordably, make new friends and experience new adventures!


We meet for our interview and discuss all the questions. We give you all the documents you need in order to complete your portfolio and go over all documents needed. Everything will be explained to you in detail and if you have any questions we go over it. The profile fee for the documentation and profile assistance is payable.

Once you got all the needed documents together and completed the application forms you hand it back to us in person, per post or email.
Upon receipt of the documents, our head office go through your portfolio and send it through to the office in Germany. The 2nd fee  is payable at this stage. Your profile will be entered into our partners’ online database and you will be matched with a German family.  Families will Skype with you once or twice and ask you questions to make sure you are the right Au Pair for their family.

Once you’ve matched with a family then the matching fee is due.
We organize the visa appointment for you at the German embassy.

Tourist info

Munich is known for its Oktoberfest and beer halls, including the 16th-century Hofbräuhaus. Frankfurt, with its skyscrapers, houses the European Central Bank.

Berlin also known for its art scene and modern landmarks like the gold-colored, swoop-roofed Berliner Philharmonie, built in 1963.

Frankfurt is the birthplace of Germany’s most important writer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

The signature drink of Frankfurt is “Apfelwein”, or “Ebbelwoi” as the Frankfurters say; a light alcoholic apple cider.

Shop at “Zeil” also called “The Fifth Avenue of Germany”


Monthly AuPair activities