We understand that brilliant minds have to start somewhere. At Axpo, we welcome students and graduates with little or no practical experience. Lay the foundations for your future career with a four to six-month internship at Axpo. You’ll support experts in their day-to-day business and participate in real projects. And you’ll gain exciting insights into the diverse world of energy. Are you about to start you bachelor’s or Master’s thesis on energy? We’re excited to collaborate with you!
Find out about vacancies for internships on our job portal and apply online. If there aren’t any suitable positions right now, subscribe to our job alert and find out as soon as an opportunity comes up.
Put theory into practice. Your Bachelor's or Master's thesis on energy, innovation and sustainability topics is welcome. Apply with a proposal here.
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An internship at Axpo lasts four to six months. As an intern, you can support our experts in their day-to-day business and actively participate in projects.
Internship positions are regularly posted on our job platform based on current business needs so there isn’t a specific deadline. If you’re interested in an internship at Axpo, why not sign up for our job alert? Then you’ll be one of the first to know if a new internship position is posted.
For an internship, you should have completed at least four semesters of your bachelor’s degree. We are especially interested in students who are studying engineering, mathematics, physics, computer science or economics.
You should have completed at least four semesters of your studies, be highly committed, reliable and willing to learn. We are looking for interns with great ideas and an innovative mindset.
Our positions are mostly available for a workload of 80% or more. However, there are exceptions enabling a lower workload.
You can apply for internship positions online. If we like your profile, we’ll invite you to a virtual or on-site interview. In some cases, you might be asked to complete a small assignment or prepare a case study for discussion during your interview.
This depends on the current personnel requirements of your future team. Each situation is handled individually.