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Germany Student Center

Create your own career. #yourewhatsnext

At Intel Germany, we are interested in helping you find work that is just right for skills and aspirations. Because when you find a career that fits, inspiration accelerates.

We have many opportunities available at various stages in your education. If you’re an undergraduate, Master or PhD student at university, we have Working Student positions, and short- and long-term internship placements in various business and engineering functions. If you have graduated in the last 18 months, we have graduate positions to start your career path and make a difference at Intel right away.

Intel Internships

It's been said that one never stops learning. Truer words have never been spoken, especially if you have an Intel internship. You’ll gain hands-on experience while you complete your degree and real-life exposure to challenging and rewarding work. Put your education to work—accelerate your career!

Bachelor's, Master's, PhD Internships >
Take your learning and skills to the next level.



Graduating soon, or have you graduated in the past 18 months? Perfect. Intel can help you make the most of your education. Career control, continuing development, and the rewards of working with a global technology leader—with all this, you will do more than you dreamed.

Bachelor's degree >
From the campus to a career, you have a world of new possibilities.

Master's degree >
Invent, innovate, celebrate, repeat.

MBAs >
Strategy, synergy, possibility.

PhDs >
Patents, publications, and support for your continued research.



Next Steps

You've done your research and decided that Intel provides the right environment and opportunities for you. Now, let us help you take the next steps. Learn more about:

Our hiring process and tips >

Making a good impression and preparing for your interview >

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) >

Student FAQs >