Internship

Internships at Siemens Middle East

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What's on offer?

If you’re excited to shape the innovations of tomorrow, there are internship opportunities arising every day in almost every country in the Middle East. Whether you're looking for a placement as part of your degree or during your summer break, we have numerous internship opportunities across different areas of our business - you'll just need to decide which sounds most exciting and apply for the area that inspires you the most.
Application requirements

What do I need to apply to the internship roles?

We are looking for proactive, committed and talented students who wish to create a better future.

The ideal person must study at an accredited university

 

Please make sure that you check each individual job description for the roles you're interested in, this is because prerequisites may differ between roles.

Application process

How do I apply and what's the process?

Simple. it will just take you 3 straightforward steps, which are as follows:

During the process, we'll be closely looking at your overall skills and personality - so the best you can do is to simply just be yourself. Remember, it's as much of an opportunity for you to get to know us, as well as allowing us to get to know you - it's very much a two-way process.

Testimonials

Where are our previous interns now?

Our internships offer the perfect opportunity to get ahead and begin a promising career at Siemens. Let’s hear from the people who found that out for themselves.

"My mentors were immensely patient and guided me throughout the term of my internship, and I was able to make incredible friends who made the experience even more memorable. The knowledge and skills I have gained from Siemens will always be useful to me."

Agatha Santhosh studying at Rochester Institute of Technology successfully completed her internship at Siemens with the Smart Infrastructure Digital Grid Finance Team

"Every day I was learning something new, acquiring new skills, making new friends and bonding more with my team who luckily were extremely humble, friendly and supportive. After a few months, my manager asked me to join his team on a full-time basis and I accepted the offer right away! I was given an incredible opportunity and I surely still have many chapters in my story to be filled!"

Mohamed El Prince graduated from American University of Sharjah. He successfully completed his internship whilst studying at Smart Infrastructure BP team. Mohamed is a current employee working as Marketing Coordinator within the same business unit

Frequently asked questions

Want some more information about internships at Siemens? Here are some of our most frequently asked questions.

For a 6-month internship, the ideal candidate would be someone studying towards a degree. However, we do offer shorter placements too. You’ll see all the requirements in the job advertisements. 

No, all the internship positions are for students only (except Qatar). However, if you are a recent graduate, all the entry level and direct entry opportunities will be available to you. We look forward to seeing your application.

When you accept our offer, we ask for some documentation required for the onboarding process. Onboarding can take as long as 4 weeks, so we aim for you to start within a month. 

Because of the high volume of applications we receive, it’s not possible to provide feedback at application and testing stages. However, if you’ve attended an assessment center or face to face interview and you request feedback, we’ll happily provide it.

United Arab Emirates is a lead country in the Middle East, and we have two offices both in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. We also have offices in Egypt, Pakistan, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and Saudi Arabia. 

Remember, your internship experience might be one of the most important pieces of the foundation you are laying for a successful career. Since the professional world can be very different from university life, it is important that you have an understanding of some of the differences. So good luck and hope to see you soon.