Opportunities for internships and student placements

With an internship or student placement with us, you can expect exciting projects, valuable experience and a close look into working practices. We know that it can be hard to work an internship into a tight academic schedule, so it’s best to take time for a practical experience like this and set two to six months aside for it. By collaborating in projects, you can make many new contacts and gain the resources needed to write your final thesis based on the experience. In some areas, it is possible to get a student placement position to supplement your studies and combine theory with practical experience at the same time.

This is what you offer:

  • Joy in learning new things
  • The ability to work independently
  • The ability to work in teams fairly
  • Your expertise from the first half of your studies

Here’s what we offer you:

  • Teamwork and we’ll treat you as an equal
  • Fair pay
  • Lunch allowance, free drinks, Jobticket for public transport and other benefits, such as a bonus equal to one month’s pay (for placement students)

It’s easy to apply online with these documents:

  • Cover letter
  • CV
  • School transcripts/certificates

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