Combining study and practice
Schubert offers a wide range of opportunities to put what you have learnt into practice. Whether for an internship, a student job or a dissertation, you can work on real projects and gain valuable experience during your studies. From the very first day, you’ll benefit from our great team spirit within the family business. Not only will you be shown trust, you’ll also be encouraged to create your own momentum, from which something new and very exciting can emerge. With us, you can become what you’ve always wanted to be – your best self!
As a working student at Schubert, I was part of the team from the very beginning and had the opportunity to work on interesting projects during my studies. Now I can continue working on the very projects I started back then.
Development Engineer Embedded Systems
Applying knowledge in practice
Compulsory internships, basic internships, voluntary internships or practical semesters – nowadays students are required to do a lot of practical work. But it can also be fun, especially when you have access to interesting projects from the word go. When you can shape the future with your own ideas. When you can exchange ideas with real professionals, even internationally, and have opportunities to work on applying your knowledge in practice. This is how pure theory turns into colourful and diverse practice. With fun, curiosity and lots of interesting contacts.
Do you still have questions?
We hope that we’ve given you some good input for your next steps, but we can imagine that you may still have many more questions. Here you can find out what other students have asked and how we answered them.
What documents are needed?
In addition to your CV, please send us your most current grades, your certificate of matriculation as well as any references you may have.
How does the application process work at Gerhard Schubert GmbH?
As a rule, the application process is as follows:
- Submission of the application documents by the applicant
- Confirmation of receipt of the application
- Review of the application by the Human Resources department
- Review of the application by the specialist department
- An interview (or interviews), possibly via video format
- Decision or acceptance, and contract finalisation
Can I also send an unsolicited application?
If you can’t find a suitable position on the job portal, you can always send us an unsolicited application. Just let us know what areas you’re interested in.
Can I apply for more than one position?
If you’re interested in several advertised positions, you’re welcome to apply for several positions at the same time. Of course, we’ll also check internally whether your application is eligible for other positions.
Will I have an opportunity to write my final dissertation at Schubert after my internship?
If you’d like to continue working with us after your internship, we often provide candidates with an opportunity to continue working for us as a student trainee, or we can offer you a topic for your final dissertation. Over the years, we’ve been able to inspire many students to join us full-time.
Your contact person
Would you like more information about your opportunities at Schubert during your studies? Your contact Janine Gromes is looking forward to your questions!