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“Integration means when it doesn't matter where and why you came from, but only who you are and what you can do.” 
(Quote from a refugee from Böblingen district)


Ms Monfort Montero is the integration officer of the district of Böblingen and as head of the field of integration in the Office for Migration and Refugees. Her area of responsibility includes the Office’s intercultural opening and process development, where she is the contact person for the monitoring and evaluation of the processes. It is responsible for the pooling of successful integration projects and their forwarding in the district, as well as for networking with contact persons from different areas and areas of integration (language, education, labour market, etc.). Her responsibility also includes the identification of further fields of action, the organisation and implementation of information forums and specialist events, the development of specialist publications and the development of measures and project projects.


  • Access to the labour market for refugees
  • Employment of refugees — regulations step by step
  • New model for integrating academics with refugee background in companies
  • Applicant exchange with academic refugees

Integration in the district of Böblingen

  • Example of successful integration

Specialist Office for Intercultural Competence

Cristina Visiers Würth is the coordinator of the department of intercultural competence and contact person for full-time and voluntary persons, institutions, organisations, offices and companies who look after, accompany or employ refugees and immigrants in the district of Böblingen. Intercultural competences should be strengthened at personal and institutional level through training and advice.

  • Flyer to the Department of Intercultural Competence
  • Offers for companies in the district Böblingen

language support

The language support in the district of Böblingen bundles all information relating to language support opportunities for migrants and refugees in the district of Böblingen. The clearing house shall provide advice to all interested parties. The Clearinghouse Sprachförderung also organises language courses in accordance with the German administrative provision, through which funds are made available every year by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Integration, in order to enable persons who do not have access to the regular integration courses of the Federal Ministry of Migration and Refugees to provide language support. Part of the costs is also covered by the Böblingen Landratsamt (Landratsamt Böblingen). The application and settlement of funding, as well as the planning of demand-based language courses, is part of the work of the Clearing House. In addition, the Clearinghouse works in a close network with the language course providers, the Jobcenter Landkreis Böblingen and the employment agencies. Vocational schools, the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees and social care and integration management are also part of the network. This network meets at regular intervals from a body to exchange views and develop improvements. Another task area is the creation of databases and statistics as well as the provision of an up-to-date overview of integration courses.

  • Flyer
  • Overview of Integration Courses November 2021
  • Overview Course holders in the district of Böblingen
  • Low-threshold German promotion offers in the district

    AWO Böblingen Tübingen
    Carityas / Flyer
    Flüchtlinge und Wir e.V. Herrenberg
  • Self-learning material
  • Bridge measure for economists — IQ Network
  • Bridge Action Education and Consulting — IQ-Network

Opinions on the specific course format “Summer intensive course for aspiring apprentices”

  • Interview with Essanelle
  • Interview with Schwabe und Braun 

Teachers wanted on an independent basis

Teachers are wanted for low-threshold German lessons in the state shared accommodation in Böblingen district! All information can be found here.

“MiQnet” Migrants in Enterprises — Qualification Network

For a successful professional integration of migrants, there is an intensive need for a structured approach and networking on the entrepreneur’s side. Among companies, as well as with labour market players, foreigners’ authorities and potential international workers, to meet the high demand for young people across the country. And to address professionals. Therefore, the subproject of the IQ Network Baden-Württemberg “MiQnet” started on January 1, 2019. The project will run until 31.12.2022. 
The aim of the project is to achieve a coordinated, active and sustainable cross-sectoral networking of companies in the district of Böblingen. The companies are informed and supported by the project about support measures, qualification offers, support services for companies, legal issues with and by the local labour market actors as well as specialist offices from the Office for Migration and Refugees. Through the personal training and consulting services, companies are supported in the integration of workers with a migrant background in the company. Coordinators and contact persons for the project are Ricarda Gregori and Nina Born. 
The project is funded by the funding programme “Integration through Qualification (IQ)”. This funding programme aims at the sustainable improvement of the labour market integration of people with a migrant background. 
The programme is funded by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (BMAS) and the European Social Fund (ESF). Partners in the implementation are the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Employment Agency (BA).

  • Flyer MiQnet
  • Press Release — Establishment of the Entrepreneurs Network
  • Support for migrant small and medium-sized enterprises in the current corona situation
  • Perspective provider
  • Networked edition "Vernetzt" - Network of entrepreneurs
  • Annual Network of Entrepreneurs Meeting 2020

Interviews — Migrants in companies

  • Interview with Essanelle
  • Interview with Braun und Schwabe

Other projects and offers

Good practice in the destrict of Böblingen

Good Practice Examples in Böblingen County
Brochure presents examples of successful integration
The Department of Integration of the Office for Migration and Refugees publishes a brochure with 33 country-wide examples describing supportive approaches to the integration of people with history of immigration in the educational, social and labour market sectors. With the title “Good-Practice in the district of Böblingen — Examples of successful integration of people with a history of immigration in a social and professional context” (3,132 MiB), the brochure is intended to serve in particular for integration actors, engaged and interested parties as an inspiration and template in order to further develop and continue integration processes. The examples do not represent the claim of a complete and holistic overview of the district with its offers and plots, but rather form a selection of good practice examples that have been tested, proven, or easily transferred. The aim is to learn which concepts and approaches can work. 
Examples from the fields of education and children, between school and occupation, mental health, participation in society, learning and empowering, meetings and networks, and working environments are presented in 7 topics. It describes the approach, cooperation with network partners, the added value and specificities that can lead to the success of the initiatives and projects. The long-term goal is to allow solutions to be integrated into existing structures or networks beyond the trial phase, so that the experiences and insights gained can develop sustainability.

  • Download Brochure "Good Practice im Landkreis Böblingen"

Entrepreneur’s price

  • Documentation Entrepreneur’s Prize 2019
  • Entrepreneur Prize 2016 and 2017 — Summary
  • Documentation Entrepreneur’s Prize 2017
  • Documentation Entrepreneur’s Prize 2016

Integration Fund — Promoting integrative ideas

  • Integration Fund
  • Support Directive Integration Fund
  • Project application
  • List of the 2021 funding round projects

Language mediator pool

Since 11 October 2018, there has been a language mediator pool in the district of Böblingen. A coordinating body has been set up, which acquires and trains language-translators, supervises the use of the language providers and coordinates the participants. Thus, for the district of Böblingen, a comprehensive supply of language-mediated speakers is ensured.


Value transfer

From July 2016 to February 2017, the Office for Migration and Refugees offered a concept for the transfer of values for refugees. In the communal accommodation units were offered in small groups, accompanied by local social assistance, target group-specific units. With the expertise of cooperation partners from the Stuttgart and Böblingen region, low-threshold training courses were presented and carried out. The topics “Diversity in German Society”, “Woman and Man’s Role Understanding”, “Prevention from Radicalisation” and “Children and Education” were addressed. Now the field of integration has issued a handbook that bundles the methodological content and describes the approaches to action. This should serve as a guide to enable guides to realise a value transfer. The manual includes, among other things, recommendations for action, instructions and methods for securing results.

Hand-delivery value transfer

Welcome center

Welcome Service Region Stuttgart on Tour: Welcome to Böblingen County — Regional economic development offers consultation hours for foreign professionals, students and companies in the district of Böblingen

The Welcome Service Region Stuttgart (WSRS) of the Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH offers regular consultation hours in Böblingen. The free application coaching and open consultation hours are aimed at international professionals, their family members and students who want to live and work in the district of Böblingen or have recently moved to the district and need support. The consultation hours are also open to companies: Small and medium-sized enterprises that employ (want to) foreign professionals can seek advice. 
In cooperation with the Landratsamt Böblingen, nine consultation dates are planned for next year. The next application coaching will take place online on Tuesday, 25 January 2022 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. due to the current situation.  
Registration is required at or tel. + 49 16221 52 728.

The WSRS consultants offer talks in German, English, Croatian and Serbian: They provide initial information on all questions related to arrival, life and work in the district of Böblingen and refer them to special institutions such as the Agency for Labour, Recognition Offices or the Chambers, depending on their concerns. 
These include the areas of German learning, job search, recognition of foreign school and professional qualifications, residence, training, study and housing.  
Companies receive support in attracting foreign employees, onboarding and integration, e.g. on visa procedures or work permits.

The team also offers information and advice for foreign professionals at the Welcome Center Stuttgart, which was founded in October 2014. It is a joint start-up and service point of the state capital Stuttgart as well as the Welcome Service Region Stuttgart of the Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH. Small and medium-sized companies are also advised in the Welcome Center Stuttgart or the consultation takes place on site in companies.  
In addition to the Böblingen district, there is also an office hour in the districts of Esslingen, Göppingen, Ludwigsburg and Rems-Murr.

The Welcome Service Region Stuttgart aims to attract international specialists for the Stuttgart region and to support them with their arrival and integration. In addition, the WSRS supports small and medium-sized enterprises in attracting and integrating skilled workers from abroad. For more information, see:

Svetlana Acevic