BMW Group Plant Leipzig.
One of our most modern and sustainable plants is located in Leipzig. Here we produce classic vehicles of the BMW 1 Series and 2 Series, as well as – since 2013 – automobiles with electric drive and CFRP lightweight bodies. As Germany's first automobile factory in Leipzig, we’re particularly proud of the fact that we can, to a large extent, work with electricity from our very own four wind turbines.
1st year of apprenticeship EUR 1,086.13
2nd year of apprenticeship EUR 1,140.13
3rd year of apprenticeship EUR 1,211.13
4th year of apprenticeship EUR 1,258.13
- Possibility to order a vehicle on favourable apprentice terms.
- Transportation allowance for rides to school.
- Further social benefits such as holiday pay, Christmas bonus, profit share and meals allowance.
- Availability of BMW apartment houses.
- Additional accumulation of capital in the form of preferred stock via the BMW Bank.
- BMW supplementary pension (AVWL) of EUR 13.29 per month.
17 July (last school day before summer holidays)
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Tel.: +49 (0)341 445 - 17001
Contact: Katja Beck
Dual apprenticeship with university entrance qualification (Abitur) in Saxony. This four-year course, which combines both vocational school and technical college, concludes with the proficiency examination of the IHK Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the Abitur examination. The DuBAS project will be offered for future IT specialists and IT systems engineers at the Vocational School Centre for Electronics in Dresden and for future industrial, tool and cutting machine mechanics at the Karl-Heine-Schule at the Leipzig Vocational School Centre. The school-based element of the training combines general and vocational teaching at the technical college with the inter-professional and vocational content of the vocational school. To be admitted to the DuBAS course, please apply to our company for an apprenticeship as an industrial mechanic and also directly to the Karl-Heine-Schule at the Leipzig Vocational School Centre.