We look for students from almost all fields of study but especially those doing engineering sciences (e.g. precision mechanics, electrical, automation/production and mechanical engineering), computer science, physics, and business studies.
The requirements vary from position to position and are outlined in the job advertisement. As a rule, you should have an excellent academic record, basic knowledge of the relevant field, team spirit, a flexible and cosmopolitan outlook as well as a good knowledge of English.
During term time, you can work for us for up to ten hours a week. You can increase your input to as many as 35 hours a week during semester breaks.
Remuneration for working students depends on the relevant location. Please enquire directly there.
students@bosch is a company-wide student program. Participants are given regular information updates on our company and have access to our exclusive online network. Target group specific events, follow-up activities in Germany and abroad for students as well as individual guidance round out the program.
You should apply at least four months before you would like to begin working. As our specialist departments sometimes need to fill gaps in staffing at short notice, you may be able to start much sooner.
Send your application to the personnel department at your location of choice. To do this, please use our online application form, which you will find with every job advertisement. All your documents can be included as file attachments (covering letter, resume, references, etc.).
After a preliminary selection based on the written applications, candidates are usually invited to an interview with an HR partner and the supervisor of the relevant specialist department. As part of the interview process, the candidate frequently also has the opportunity to meet a few coworkers and form an impression of the working environment.
Please use our online application form, which you will find with every advertisement for working students. All your documents can be included as file attachments (covering letter, resume, references, etc.).
We advertise all openings on our job market. This is why we ask that you respond directly to an actual advertisement. If you are unable to find a suitable position, you can assume that there are currently no openings in the area you are interested in. But that can change from one day to the next.
You are welcome to make your application accessible via our global applicant pool. That means our recruiters can view the applicant profile that you have created and contact you regarding suitable positions. The more detailed your profile, the better your chances of being contacted with an offer.
Double check that you have not forgotten any documents. These include a compelling covering letter, a comprehensive resume in tabular form, your latest references as well as your certificate of matriculation.
Take some time to consider what your abilities are, what you expect from the position, what your career goals are, and why you would be a good fit for the position and with Bosch. Also note questions that you would like to ask during the interview.
When we invite you to an interview, you have already cleared the first hurdle. We liked your profile and would like to get to know you better. Be sincere and don’t try to be something you are not. This is also your chance to find out whether you would feel at home in the position and at Bosch. That’s our aim, too.