We prefer online applications. Use our online application tool for a fast and seamless process. We cannot accept email applications for data protection reasons.
Whatever you’re applying for, you will always need to submit a strong cover letter and your CV or résumé. High school students should send their two most recent report cards, or their final report card if applicable. Students need a certificate of enrollment and a copy of their transcript.
Yes. You can only submit your application once you have set up your profile. It allows you to easily apply for other positions or upload further documents. Unfortunately, it is not yet possible to check the status of your application in your profile. We’re working to change this.
There’s quite a lot to consider. Be sure to remember at least these three points:
- Be concise: no more than two pages for your CV and one for your cover letter.
- Be relevant: make sure your application matches the available position.
- Be personal: your individuality makes all the difference. Show us who you are.
Don’t repeat your CV, don’t write more than one page, and, above all, answer the following questions:
- Why are you applying for this position?
- Why should we invite you for an interview?
- What makes you different from other applicants?
We will confirm the receipt of your application immediately via email. What happens then depends on what you’ve applied for, but we aim to get back to you within two to three weeks. We keep you in the loop at all times.
That depends on your location. It’s best to check directly on our local site. If your profile is a good match, we will first conduct a phone interview, at least in Germany and Austria. The second interview will be in person. Once we’ve made our decision, it won’t take long until you get your contract.
Graduate theses, internships, student jobs
You are a dedicated and curious student, preferably in a technical field. You feel at home in an international environment and are comfortable communicating in English. Find further information for students here.
Ideally, an internship should last between three and six months. If you cannot do this during your studies, you should think about taking a sabbatical: In our opinion, practical experience is worth more than graduating in record time. You can expect to earn between 400 and 1,300 euros/month, depending on the location and type of internship. We can also subsidize your rent in certain circumstances.
We have working students at our locations during the school year and holidays. We are always interested in fostering long-term working relationships. You can find working student positions on www.infineon.jobs. You can expect to earn between 1,100 and 1,900 euros per month, depending on how much you work and the location (based on a 35-hour week).
It helps if you have been an intern or working student in a relevant area at Infineon in the past.
You will find available thesis and internship positions in our job search: www.infineon.jobs. Everyone finishing their graduate studies with us will receive adequate compensation. In certain circumstances, this may include help with your rent.
Not as a rule. There are a few exceptions with the “Deutschlandstipendium” (awarded by your college) and some dual study programs. We support the "Studienförderwerk der Stiftung der Deutschen Wirtschaft", which awards grants to students who devote some of their time to social causes.
Apprenticeships and dual study programs
In Germany, you should apply around a year before the planned start of your apprenticeship or dual study programs. In Austria, we need to receive your application before the end of February.