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Gather extensive experience by passing through rotations that cross over between functions, divisions, and locations: Experienced top managers will support you during this time as mentors. With this programme, we promote your successful career as an expert in your field. You do this by setting challenging tasks for yourself and taking on professional responsibility. Want to use your expert knowledge to jump-start your career at Bosch? Our Graduate Specialist Programme is an outstanding opportunity to advance your personal and professional development in your chosen discipline, while shaping an exciting career in a leading global supplier.
As a Graduate Specialist, you will take on responsibility very quickly, immersing yourself in projects and exciting tasks, as you build relationships across the Bosch Group while undertaking four rotations across our many different sites
The Graduate Specialist Programme caters to university graduates. Ideally, participants have recently completed their studies or are in the process of finishing their final thesis or exams. Alternatively, they may have already gained some initial work experience. The Graduate Specialist Programme provides systematic preparation for specialist or management roles in the company. Accordingly, you should not only have in-depth knowledge of your field (an excellent academic record and placements) but above all a willingness to take on responsibility.
Within the scope of the Graduate Specialist Programme, candidates will receive hands-on training to assume specialist functions in our company.
During a period of 24 months, programme participants complete four assignments, as well as being actively involved in day-to-day business and projects. Throughout the programme, Graduate Specialists benefit from professional and individual guidance. We assist you in choosing the right combination of assignments to match your interests and skills.
To ensure your true potential is harnessed, you are given the scope to develop through both a defined training plan and a range of other open learning experiences. Examples include project-management, communication skills and more discipline-specific training.