Finance your studies by working as a student
and gain valuable practical experience
Would you like to stay in touch with the real world during your semester? We offer you many opportunities to get to know our company and to actively immerse yourself in the day-to-day business of the working world. You will be assigned to various tasks, which will enable you to acquire valuable knowledge and skills that go beyond your university studies.
You are very committed, like to take on new challenges, take responsibility for your work, and want to make a real difference.
Enrolment during the entire employment relationship (therefore no possibility of a gap year)
In order to consider applications from non-EU citizens, we require a valid residence title and work permit. If these are not uploaded at the time of submission, the application will automatically result in rejection.
Our multi-stage and tailor-made selection process offers you and us the opportunity to get to know each other. Show us your enthusiasm and courage and become part of the Volkswagen Financial Services family.
We look forward to receiving your application!
1. Receipt of your application
After you have created an applicant profile and placed your application for your dream training occupation, you will receive a confirmation of receipt by e-mail. This may also appear in your spam folder. If you have not received an e-mail, please check your applicant profile to see whether you have sent your application.
2. Your application will be reviewed
Both the recruiting team and the hiring manager will thoroughly review your application. This may take some time.
3. We invite you to an interview
We will take the time to get to know you and your skills even better. At the same time, you have the opportunity to ask us all your questions and learn even more about VW FS.
4. We will inform you of our decision
We will inform you of our decision shortly after the interview. We will also discuss all further steps with you here.
What you can expect:
Our most important benefits for working students
Work-life balance: flexible working hours with a minimum of 10 hours/week, and up to 35 hours/week in the lecture-free period.
Salary: Attractive remuneration of more than 17 Euros gross/hour and regulated holiday entitlement.
Career & further education: Close integration of theory and practice as well as varied activities in an appreciative, international working environment
Free access to our digital learning platform for your professional and personal development
Modern working environment: Campus with three company restaurants, in-house café and snack bars, and your water and hot drinks flat rate
Frequently asked questions about Student work
You still have a few questions for us? We have compiled the answers to the most frequently asked questions
in connection with applying for student work.
How can I apply for an internship / working student position?
Please send us your complete application documents via our online application portal approximately three to six months before you would like to start your internship. Please include a complete CV in table form, a current certificate of enrolment, and copies of relevant certificates (A-levels, vocational training, internships). If you would like to apply for a compulsory internship, we also require the certificate of the college/university for the compulsory internship. You can find our internship vacancies in our daily updated job exchange for the different functional areas. As a rule, an internship with us lasts between three and six months.
Is active enrolment required?
If you would like to apply for an internship, a student assistant or a thesis, you should have a valid certificate of enrolment. Unfortunately, we can only consider you for these vacancies as a registered student.
I am a non-EU citizen – what additional documents do I need?