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Germany is traditionally a country known for its automotive and technological advancements. But now,  EdTech startups out of the country are making waves. 

Startups in this sector cover a wide spectrum of educational needs, from early childhood education to lifelong learning and upskilling. 

Whether you are an individual interested in learning new languages, personalised experiences, an aspiring lawyer looking to sharpen skills, or a company in need of corporate training solutions, there is an edtech startup in Germany tailored to your needs.

Besides their innovative contributions to education, some of the startups are also actively expanding their teams. 

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These German startups are looking to team up with individuals who are passionate about education and technology, and these startups are keen to tap into this talent to fuel their growth. 

If you are a job seeker, educator, and investor, keep a close eye on these promising companies that are not only shaping the future of education but also creating job opportunities in the process.



Founder/s: Jörg Koberling, Freddy Ertl, Armin Hopp, 

Hiring status: Yes | Apply here

Speexx is a digital on-the-job professional development platform that helps large organisations bring out the best in their people with digital language training, business coaching, and skills assessment for everyone. 

The German company does this by leveraging AI and a global network of certified top coaches. More than 1,500 organisations worldwide use Speexx for language skills training and business coaching services.



Founder/s: Christian Leupold-Wendling, Steffen Schebesta, Dr. Wendelin Neubert

Hiring Status: No

Jurafuchs aims to enhance accessibility to legal education for everyone, as well as facilitate exam preparation for aspiring lawyers by operating learning apps on both iOS and Android platforms. 

Jurafuchs provides legal microlearning content on textbook cases and current case law, incorporating gamification and interaction. Users can ask comprehension questions in the in-app forum and expect a response within 48 hours.

Image credits: CoachHub


Founder/s: Matti Niebelschuetz, Yannis Niebelsch

Hiring status: Yes | Apply here

CoachHub is a digital coaching platform established to help organisations create personalised, measurable, and scalable coaching programmes for the entire workforce, regardless of department and seniority level. 

The German platform’s global pool of coaches includes more than 3,500 certified business coaches in 90 countries across six continents with coaching sessions available in over 60 languages.

Serving more than 1,000 clients worldwide, CoachHub’s coaching programmes are based on proprietary scientific research and development from the company’s Innovation Lab. 



Founder/s: Christian Felgenhauer, Maurice Khudhir, Till Söhlemann, and Simon Hohentanne

Hiring status: Yes | Apply here

StudySmarter is a spin-off of TU Munich and LMU Munich. The German platform turns any kind of text or content into an interactive course generated in part through the use of natural language processing. 

It helps learners, professionals, and content publishers create their content, such as lecture notes and summaries, automatically. It generates flashcards, creates a plan, prioritises areas where there are learning gaps, and schedules calendars based on exam dates, among other things.



Founder/s: David Montiel

Hiring status: No

Beelinguapp is a language learning tool that functions like a Karaoke Audiobook. It displays the text in two different languages side by side while playing audio to read it aloud. It also shows a karaoke animation on both sides. 

Users can read along in the language they are learning while having the text in their native language as a reference. The German company’s split-screen approach combines language learning and content, allowing users to learn any language through their favourite stories, news articles, music, and more. 

Image credit: Likeminded

Founder/s: Kimberly Breuer, Maximilian Heberger, Stefan Anca.

Hiring status: Yes | Apply here

Likeminded’s digital platform aims to offer personalised support for corporate employees and combat overwork and burnout. 

According to the German company, it offers employees fast, easy, and secure access to various, high-quality mental health care formats such as individual sessions with psychotherapists, coaches, and psychologists, webinars, group sessions, on-demand content, and more.

The platform is on a mission to address the growing concerns about employee well-being and mental health, which have become significant challenges in today’s corporate world.



Founder/s: Bastian Krautwald

Hiring status: No

Owwn is the first social banking app in Europe that combines banking, community, and education in one app. The team aims to make the young generation the “OWWNers” of their financial development. 

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