Audi Apprenticeship Application Process Begins

German manufacturer Audi announced today the start of the application process for the additional 100 slots for apprentices, primarily in the electronics engineering and mechatronics fields, to be offered during its 100th anniversary. The application process for the new program has already commenced and it runs until September 30, 2009.

The apprenticeship are being offered in over 20 vocations plus option of combining with university studies or qualifying to later study at a technical university. The vocations include business-oriented, logistical, and IT career paths, automotive technology, automation technology and production-process technology, technical product designer, vehicle-interior designer and, believe it or not, even gastronomical careers.

With ten of these 100 new training positions, we will offer young people the exceptional opportunity to learn a profession while at the same time completing a course of studies. And this is irrespective of social circumstances, since Audi pays the tuition fees,” Audi said back in May, when it initially announced the new openings.

To convince you it is a good idea to apply for the 100 new positions, Audi gives us an insight into how the current apprentices cope with the Ingolstadt -and not only- working environment.

Everyone wants to work for such an appealing employer! Audi guarantees it will employ its trainees after their apprenticeships,” 19-year-old Aslan Burcu, who is training at Audi to become a tool mechanic said.

Attending vocational training while simultaneously qualifying to later study at a technical university is not a decision that should be taken lightly,” 16-year-old Matthias Kraus, electronics specialist apprentice added.

I’ve never been bored. It’s amazing what opportunities we apprentices have at Audi and it's great that we can learn so much here,” Elisa Wanger, office-communications specialist apprentice concluded.

Convinced yet? If not, or you just want to submit your application, you can follow this link.
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