Classic apprenticeships have an outstanding reputation as a professional foundation in Switzerland's dual education system.
They provide two-thirds of the young population with a solid occupational basis, are a gateway to professional life and enable access to higher education. Training takes place both at work and at vocational school. At work, apprentices are introduced to working life in the form of practical and productive project work; they acquire the necessary theoretical and general knowledge at vocational school. Apprentices also have the opportunity to qualify for higher education at a university of applied sciences by acquiring a Federal Vocational Baccalaureate in parallel to their basic qualifications.
Overview of internship options
- Construction Engineering
- Supporting Structures
- Traffic & Mobility
- Factory Planning
- Building Technology
- from 1 week (trial internship) to
- 3 years (training as part of a degree programme)
- high school leavers
- university qualifiers
- university students and graduates (students from universities of applied sciences are naturally included)
For more information please see our flyer.
Applying for an internship
Internship positions currently available are published under positions vacant.
The people responsible will be pleased to provide information over the phone and are at your disposal to clarify any issues in advance of an internship.
René Stadler, 058 595 78 80
Christoph Schelker, 058 595 76 47
Marion Kaiser, 058 595 78 55
Stefan Schneider, 058 595 79 84
Andreas Kissling, 058 595 76 91
Yves Gasser, 058 595 78 40
Factory Planning, Logistics
Danny Riedel, 058 595 74 05
Martin Hendry, 058 595 75 46