In Germany GEA offers high school leavers the chance to start their career journey with an international company through an apprenticeship or a dual system of vocational education and academic studies.
Young people on the dual study system will work for GEA, gaining valuable hands-on experience, while studying in parallel at university or a relevant college. Apprentices also divide their time between college and working for the company. Plant fitter, industrial mechanic, draughtsman and business economist are just some of the roles for which GEA offers apprenticeships.
You will find more information on the Apprenticeship and the Dual Study Programs GEA offers on the German version of this website.Go to German page
Well, it’s different for everyone of course. But we believe that this is the first and possibly the most important question you should ask yourself before doing anything else. Here are five reasons why. Ultimately, of course, the decision is entirely yours. Will you take that next step and meet with us? Will you join us? Can you identify with our story?
Unsere angehende Mechatronikerin Leya Amelunxen erzählt in dieser Folge des Podcasts „Azubis Wanted!“ aus ihrem Ausbildungsalltag bei GEA Westfalia Separator am Standort Oelde.
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