Your Career

School pupils at OSRAM

Here you can find valuable information for a good start in your first job

Just graduated from school? Congratulations! You’re ready now to join the working world. In addition to in-depth technical or commercial training, you can decide to start a dual course of study ("cooperative vocational education", “duales Studium”).

Find information here on vocational training opportunities at our locations in Berlin, Eichstätt, Herbrechtingen, Regensburg, Traunreut, or Munich. We look forward to getting to know you.

Dein Weg zu uns

Your path to vocational education or a dual course of study

 

Your vocational education is of the greatest importance to us. This is why we make the effort to personally select all our apprentices and students pursuing a dual course of study at one of our locations. You’ll go through a number of steps after deciding to pursue an apprenticeship or dual course of study until your first day of training – read more about these steps here.

Commercial training

Commercial training

An excellent basis for commercial activities

Commercial training is an excellent basis for a successful future career. At OSRAM, you can benefit from our many years of commercial experience. As a future Commercial Assistant for Office Management (“Kauffrau/-mann für Büromanagement”), you’ll gain insights into both the core areas of this profession and advanced topics.

Technical training

Technical training

Here’s what you need for this vocational training:

You have a talent for technology, craft skills and a knack for practical solutions? Then you’re the ideal candidate for technical education at OSRAM or one of its subsidiaries. No matter whether you’ve a general school leaving certificate (German "Hauptschulabschluss"), general certificate of secondary education (German "Mittlere Reife") or a higher education entrance qualification (German "Abitur"): At OSRAM, you have the opportunity to learn a fascinating technical profession, providing an excellent basis for a promising career as a technical specialist. This vocational field allows you to give your creativity free rein while performing varied tasks.

Dual course of study

Dual course of study

You’ve acquired “advanced technical college entrance qualification” (German 'Fachhochschulreife') or “higher education entrance qualification” (German "Abitur")? And now you’d like to combine the benefits of practice-oriented vocational education with university/college studies? By pursuing a dual course of study at OSRAM, you’ll benefit from a well-considered combination of theory and practice. Your advantage: You acquire an academic degree from a renowned university/college while at the same time laying the foundation for a successful career at OSRAM by undergoing practical vocational training recognized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Internship for school pupils

Get to know us without any commitment: Internship for school pupils at OSRAM

Get to know us without any commitment: Internship for school pupils at OSRAM
You’re interested in the fascinating world of light? And now you’d like to find out whether you could imagine OSRAM as your future employer – and what the working world is really like?
Then an internship is an excellent opportunity for you to gain fascinating first insights into a world-renowned company. You’ll find out what it’s like to pursue vocational training at OSRAM and what learning opportunities we offer.
You’re a school pupil who’d like to gain a first impression of OSRAM during an internship? – Then don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our contact partners at the following locations:

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH
Bettina Geissler
Leibnizstrasse 4
93055 Regensburg

OSRAM GmbH
Dennis Willer
Ausbilder
An der Bahnbrücke
89542 Herbrechtingen 
Telefon: +49 (0) 7324 12143 

OSRAM GmbH
Konrad Zehetbauer
Mittelstetter Weg 2
86830 Schwabmünchen

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Other portraits and cases

Bevindira has been with OSRAM for just a few months and is positive about his experience so far. He is currently undertaking an advanced diploma in mechatronics engineering, spending some time in an apprentice position. Although he is gaining exposure and training in a variety of areas, he has already identified certain fields that he finds particularly interesting. One of the reasons he wanted to apply for the apprenticeship at OSRAM was because of the company’s research in biometric identification. This technology relies on biometric features such as the iris, facial features and hand veins to identify authorised users for a wide variety of purposes, such as mobile electronics. “Light is a very important thing,” he says, “And OSRAM is one of the most innovative companies doing this kind of work.”

 

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