Education, student internships, final dissertations
The next generation is the future of our company. That is why we are investing in the training and development of young people.We want to offer an opportunity for them to orient themselves through student internships. Get a taste for what this business is like and gain your first experiences with our projects. Our specialized departments greatly appreciate their interactions with students, which is why they also offer projects for bachelor’s and master’s degrees.Each year we allocate training positions for a technical and commercial education that can be completed in the entire corporate group. This lets you familiarize yourself with companies that have different key specialties from production to service and also offers the opportunity to gain experiences in various departments. We are certain that this will pave the way to your dream job. Are you interested? Then send your application to email@example.com
Baumüller supports schools
Technology that you can touch – students can’t get that in the classroom. That is why Baumüller offers schools the opportunity to experience everyday work and technology on class trips, during introductory visits or student internships. This is a great way for students to learn about electrical drive technology, automation systems and their application areas. In the technical department of the Baumüller Academy, young visitors can see with their own eyes what is possible today with modern technology and how the consumer products that we are constantly surrounded by can be produced quickly and inexpensively.
During one- or several-week long internships, students can also get an introduction to the work in various occupational groups and departments. They can experience previously unknown professions up close, test familiar employment possibilities – and this makes it much easier to choose a career.
Promoting the next generation in technology
Baumüller is aware of how much the next generation means to the economic success of any company, which is why it promotes young people’s interest in technical jobs and the success of students during technical courses.
Technik macht Spaß (“technology is fun”) foundation
The Gerda Stetter foundation “Technik macht Spaß” receives financial support from Baumüller. The executive partner Andreas Baumüller is active as a member of the advisory board in this foundation, which aims to get children and adolescents excited about technology. The focus is on making technology enjoyable and having fun while learning about technical project work.
Master prize and study prize
Each year Baumüller awards the master and the study prize to outstanding students in the mechatronics course at the Friedrich Alexander University in Erlangen-Nuremberg. The study prize honors especially good performances within the first semester, while the master prize is an award for graduates at the end of their studies.
Girls don’t know anything about technology? Guess again! Each year numerous girls from junior high schools and secondary schools in and around Nuremberg prove the opposite to us. On Girls’ Day, the girls have the opportunity to get an idea of routine work at Baumüller for a day. With this event, we want to offer girls the opportunity to get to know our company, the numerous products and especially the professional opportunities at Baumüller. Would you also like to find out more about Baumüller and learn about all the things that electric drive systems can do? Then apply to the next Girl’s Day at www.girls-day.de
“Successful studies are the foundation for a successful career. Baumüller has always supported educational fields with an orientation towards the engineering sciences. Well-educated engineers are the pillars of our company. Since the Baumüller headquarters continue to be in Germany, the support of the local generation here is especially important to us – to the benefit of Germany as an economic center. That is why Baumüller supports the Internet portal superstudium.de, which provides students important information relating to their education and provides an exchange forum with companies.” www.superstudium.de
Only very few students receive the privilege of a grant from us in Germany. To change this, we are supporting the Technical University of Nuremberg, which has been awarding numerous grants to students since the winter semester of 2011. These Germany grants are provided by companies, institutions and private individuals and doubled with funds from the Federal government. The grant is worth Euro 300 per month. The grants are awarded to students demonstrating above-average performance or social commitment.