Studies in your future profession
Already completed most of your studies and about to enter the home stretch? Already eyeing up a certain profession? Then maybe ThyssenKrupp can help you take the first steps on the career ladder – while you are still attending lectures at college. As what we call a “working student“, (or Werkstudent at our German subsidiaries), not only do you become a fully integrated member of the team, you will be given specific projects to work on independently. It is an ideal opportunity to gain work experience in the area you have decided to specialize in, compare notes with experienced co-workers, and of course forge new contacts.
As close to the action as can be. Anna Lena Demmerling is working on relevant projects for good pay and gains valuable work experience.
What you need to know about:
Unlike an internship, students working part-time at ThyssenKrupp enter a more long-term, regular agreement with the company. In concrete terms, this means you become a lasting member of the team, either working in your vacations or coming to the company on a part-time basis during semesters. Of course, for this to succeed and fit in with your studies, we have the flexibility to offer different working models and hours. After all, we want you to feel comfortable with your new career while developing and growing through your studies.
When you’ll be able to start:
The ideal way to kick-start this program is to do an internship with us lasting several months – before you start working part-time. Not only does this allow you to gain first practical experience within the company, you will also be able to demonstrate to us the potential you can offer as a member of the team. To see a selection of internships available at ThyssenKrupp, visit our online job exchange.
If you have already completed an internship at ThyssenKrupp, then the best way forward is to apply directly to the company of your choice. Alternatively, feel free to get in touch with one of our key contacts. An overview of contact details can be found in our online database.
If you feel fit for a direct entry you should take a look at our job board.