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I got to know SEW-EURODRIVE eighteen months ago at an open day organized by our university. Following the positive impression I gained from this, I applied for a semester internship in development and was then finally able to start my practical phase in the department for rotary encoders and sensor technology.
Working independently on projects quickly made me feel integrated and I was also able to contribute my own ideas to the development process. Different tasks allowed me to gain an insight into many specialist departments and I was able to learn a lot as a result. Colleagues were always willing to listen when problems occurred.
Working independently on projects quickly made me feel integrated and I was also able to contribute my own ideas to the development process. Colleagues were always willing to listen when problems occurred.
After my semester internship, I had the opportunity to continue working in the same department as a student trainee and to actively support the developers. Alongside the theory at the university, the work with SEW-EURODRIVE is a welcome change and has helped me to develop my skills further. The contact with other students through the weekly meetings was a chance to get to know a lot of new people and to do something together.
I am now starting my final paper with SEW-EURODRIVE and am looking forward to what lies ahead. I can only advise those interested to apply to SEW-EURODRIVE if you want to learn and make a contribution in a friendly environment.
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Why not take a look at our current vacancies and apply to join us? We look forward to hearing from you!Yes, I want to drive the future!