High school students
Have you just earned your high school diploma and would like to start making your way into the world of work? Or would you like to do an internship with us while still in school? If you are planning to do an internship, an apprenticeship, or a degree, we have plenty of interesting opportunities and can give you insight into various exciting fields.
During your dual-degree program, you will continuously alternate between theoretical studies at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State Universities (DHBW) in Stuttgart and Lörrach and practical phases at the Foundation. At the DHBW, you will gain knowledge of specialist scientific principles, application-oriented methodology, and the ability to think systematically. And you will put what you have learned into practice in the day-to-day life of the Foundation. Thanks to curriculum frameworks, the theoretical and practical phases are closely linked and build on each other.
Information for the DHBW Degrees
Would you like to become a DHBW student at the Robert Bosch Foundation?
High school students in the state of Baden-Württemberg complete what is known as a “BOGY” week in either 10th or 11th grade. This is designed to give students careers and study guidance while still in high school. The Robert Bosch Stiftung has been offering BOGY internship opportunities since 1999. We offer two BOGY internships every six months.
Information on BOGY Internships
Apprenticeship in Digital and Print Media Design (Chamber of Industry and Commerce)
Major: Concept Development and Visualization
Diverse and challenging with a high degree of practical relevance: during your apprenticeship at the Robert Bosch Stiftung, you will garner valuable knowledge and practical experience for your future career. Within the framework of your apprenticeship, you can choose between various majors:
- Advisory and Planning
- Design and Technology
- Concept Development and Visualization
At the Robert Bosch Stiftung, we offer the major Concept Development and Visualization.