Apprenticeships and Dual Study Programs at Siemens
Are you starting to think about what’s next? Join us for an apprenticeship or dual study program and start your journey to become an expert of tomorrow.
Help us shape the future while shaping yours
At Siemens, there are plenty of opportunities to kick-start your career straight after school.
You could take part in one of our technical, IT or commercial work-based education programs and develop in-demand skills while gaining a professional qualification. It’s a great alternative to further education as you’ll earn while you learn and have the prospect of a career within our global company at the end of it.
You’ll start by studying the basics and then begin to apply the techniques you’ve learned in one of our training centers. You’ll also get to put your skills into action by working on real projects within Siemens.
We’re looking for talented young people who want to take on the challenges of tomorrow. Think this is you? Join us.
We’re looking for bright and determined school leavers from all educational backgrounds. The ideal person is:
- About to graduate from school
- Open-minded and curious about the world
- Looking for career opportunities in a global company
- Keen to contribute to a challenging and diverse environment
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We strongly believe in the effectiveness and success of apprenticeships and dual studies programs. It’s why we have provided vocational education and training (VET) to our workforce for over 120 years. These work-based education models combine the theory taught in classrooms with the practical experience gained in companies and make you ready for your career at Siemens.
We offer apprenticeships or dual studies programs in over 20 different countries. On top of that, we offer more than 90 apprentices from 18 European countries the chance to earn a degree from the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce by completing a German vocational training program in Berlin called International Tech Apprenticeship @ Siemens.