Welcome to the Next Generationeering Group.
Next Generationeering – to us this means: Understanding the team as a think tank and getting excited about experiencing and working with 4.0 technologies. If you share this mindset, then you will find plenty of fascinating opportunities for an internship, a thesis or a work-study job at Dürr.
University or college provides the theory. We show you how to put what you've learned to practical use. In this way, we make you fit for your professional career, with a focus on developing your competencies. Taking on responsibility, working on groundbreaking projects with your team, learning processes and structures in an international environment – you’ll experience it all. We offer voluntary and required internships in Germany and abroad. These generally last five to six month. We encourage you to respond to one of our internships ads, or submit an unsolicited application.
Would you like to apply theory to a practical problem? Then grasp the opportunity and complete your degree by doing a six-month thesis at Dürr. We help you reach your targets by integrating you into the team and offering you intensive personal support. Indicate your preferred topics, and submit an unsolicited application, or apply for one of our advertised positions.
You’ll benefit in all sorts of ways from your time as a working student. Alongside your studies or during the vacations – at Dürr, there are numerous opportunities to meaningfully supplement your everyday academic life with practical experience and open up your future career choices. Learn hands-on in an internationally active company with its finger on the pulse of our technological future.
We hold ourselves to the standards of the “Fair Company” initiative. This means that, here at Dürr, we pledge to take responsibility for the fair treatment of our employees, students and graduates.
We offer site management internships as mandatory internships at our construction sites worldwide to students in technical disciplines. You can find the posted positions under Job Openings. You can also submit a unsolicited application for an internship by simply sending your application documents to our international colleagues at the appropriate Human Resources department. Here you can find an overview of all locations and contacts.
You're more than halfway there if you submit complete application documents. The documents should include:
- a cover letter
- your resume
- your leaving certificates and a current grade transcript
- references from previous practical work
- your preferred entry date
- any letters of recommendation
You should apply three to five month before you wish to begin your internship, final thesis or student job.
Yes. We can offer you the opportunity to complete a technical pre-study internship at our headquarter in Bietigheim-Bissingen. Due to our limited capacity, we recommend submitting your unsolicited application around six months in advance. Please include detailed information about your university’s requirements for an internship when applying.