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Working student

YOUR ENTRY OPPORTUNITIES AS A WORKING STUDENT

Do you want to gain professional experience during your studies? As a working student, you have the opportunity to be directly involved in our day-to-day business and to work on your own projects over a longer period of time. Use this opportunity to convert the theoretical knowledge you have already learned from your studies into valuable practical experience and to make valuable contacts for the time after your studies.

General information

  • Working hours: Up to 20 hours per week during the semester, but at least 20 hours per month. During the semester break you can work up to 40 hours per week.
  • Flexibility: The division of your working hours is done in consultation with the department and can be flexibly adapted to your timetable.
  • Mobile working: Depending on the department, it is possible to work part of your working hours on the move.
  • Guardian system: At APL you will be assigned a sponsor who will not only support you with advice and support, but will also provide you with valuable contacts inside and outside the company.

Requirements for a working student position

  • Matriculation: In order to complete an internship at APL, you must be enrolled at a college or university for the entire duration of the internship.
  • Start time and location: Specify the desired start time and preferred location at APL.
  • For students from third countries: A valid identification document and the residence permit with work permit (including additional sheet).

We look forward to welcoming you to APL and working on exciting projects together!

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For reasons of simplicity, it is possible that in some places only the masculine form is used. The APL Group absolutely rejects any distinction based on gender / gender identity / skin color / origin / sexual orientation / religion / age and/or disability. The development of every personality is one of the highest goods here.