Starting out

And so the adventure begins…

Entering the Linde world directly from school.

Find the right opportunity for you


School Students

Linde can provide the start you need to pursue your passion as you embark on an exciting new chapter of your life. So if you’re interested in a commercial, industrial or technical profession, you’ll find your options here.

Apprenticeships

The apprentice of today is the qualified expert of tomorrow.

Learn your craft with us and gain a well-rounded, widely recognised skill set that will prepare you for working at Linde or indeed continuing with further training. 

At Linde, we firmly believe in learning by doing. We’ll give you your own responsibilities on real Linde projects. You’ll be taken under the wings of our experienced supervisors as you work with state-of-the-art technology in our training centres. We’ll do all we can to see you grow both professionally and personally. 

Your profile 

We seek apprentices who show passion for what they do. We want team players who can also be trusted with autonomy, can set their own targets, bring ideas to the table and give their best every day.



Cooperative studies

Putting theory into practice.

What better way to prepare for a career at Linde than by combining academic learning with practical working experience? That's what you get through our cooperative study programmes.

In Germany we work together with the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) Stuttgart and Mannheim. Our engineering study programmes at Mannheim, with special focus on process engineering, are stand-out examples of the cooperative study model.

Your profile

We seek students who show passion and are hungry for knowledge. We want team players who can also be trusted with autonomy, can set their own targets, bring ideas to the table and give their best every day.

Internships for school students

Dive into the work life at Linde.

Are you leaving school and ready to start your career but aren’t exactly sure what you want to do? Then an internship at Linde will provide all the insight you need about the day-to-day business in a global, leading company.

In Pullach near Munich (Germany) we offer internship opportunities in commercial and technical areas for both apprenticeships and cooperative studies.

During our cooperative studies internships, you’ll learn about our courses and our business together with some of our current cooperative students. For our apprenticeship internships you’ll get an insider view of what it’s like to be an office management clerk or a technical specialist.

Your profile

We seek highly motivated, school students from the 9th to 12th grade. We want team players who give their best every day.

Important Dates

Commercial internship for
cooperative studies

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Technical internship for
cooperative studies

Currently not possible

Commercial internship for
apprenticeship positions

Currently not possible

Technical internship for
apprenticeship positions

Currently not possible

What we offer

When you’re still at school or university you have the world at your feet! We know that Linde is not the only company out there offering opportunities for students but we believe that we are the best. Here’s why.

  • Renowned company

    Renowned company

    • Secure company with more than 135 years of history full of technological progress
    • One of the world leading supplier of industrial, process and specialty gases and one of the most profitable engineering companies
    • Global company with production sites and offices in more than 100 countries
    • Open and friendly working atmosphere full of team spirit and trust
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  • Excellent working conditions and benefits

    Excellent working conditions and benefits

    • Flexible working hours, up to 30 vacation days and a attractive compensation
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  • Award winning vocational training

    Award winning vocational training

    • Decades of experience in vocational training
    • Competent and dedicated training supervisors in each location
    • Opportunity to work independently and learning experiences in various departments
    • High variety of challenging tasks
    • Outstanding learning environment and excellent infrastructure
    • Hands-on training and social events (e.g. on-boarding and introduction days)
    • A track record of award-winning apprentices, cooperative students and training supervisors
    • A track record of excellent final grades upon graduation
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  • Outstanding career opportunities

    Outstanding career opportunities

    • Attractive entry-level positions and excellent chances of permanent employment
    • Comprehensive range of development options and career opportunities
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Don’t just take our word for it…

“The balance between university and industrial practice is well managed. At the end of my studies as a construction engineer I will even have three degrees.”

Felix Beuthner, Cooperative student as Construction Engineer

“Linde offers great career prospects: After completing my apprenticeship and further training as a master, I am now a full-time instructor for chemical technicians."

Richard Zieglmeier, Trainer (Ausbilder) for Chemical Technicians

“A good and professional vocational training is very important for us and we are proud of decades of experience and several awards for our work.”

Dr. Gabriele Engl, Head of Vocational Training at Linde Germany

“Going through so many different departments was a great preparation for my working life. In addition, I had the chance to build up a network early in my career.”

Virginia Esly, Head of Sales Channels, former cooperative student

“This cooperative study course offers me major advantages compared to a regular university course. Theory and practical work can be immediately linked together.”

Hendrik Kuepker, Cooperative student as Construction Engineer

“The apprenticeship as an Industrial Clerk at Linde is a lot of fun because I am always working on different tasks every day.”

Sarah Jaekel, Apprentice as Industrial Clerk

“The opportunity to find my own solutions and bring forward my own ideas is the most interesting part of the apprenticeship.”

Patrik Molitor, Apprentice as Mechatronics Technician

Ready to apply?

Find the right apprenticeship or cooperative study course for you then scroll down to see how to apply.

* Please note that these job adverts are only available in German.

* Please note that these job adverts are only available in German.

 

How to apply

1. Search & select your placement

Use the tabs on our placement finder above to choose either “Apprenticeships” or “Cooperative Studies”. Then select your preferred area and location from the drop down menu.

2. Apply online

Once you have found a vacancy that interests you, click on “Online Bewerben” (apply online) to reach our online application tool. Here you can fill in your personal details and upload your cover letter, CV, certificates and references. Note: Please apply exclusively online and do not send applications by email or post.

3. Wait for confirmation of receipt

After submitting your application online, you will immediately receive an email confirming that we have received your application. We will then review your documents.

4. Relax while we screen the applications!

Your application will be screened by recruiting experts from our vocational training department.

5. Begin the selection process

We will invite best qualified applicants to a personal interview. For selected positions, we will schedule phone interviews or assessment tests beforehand.

6. Come to an interview

The job interview will be conducted by our recruiters from the vocational training department and, for selected positions, also by a representative from the responsible department. Good preparation for your interview is key. Gather information about our company. Be authentic and well prepared for questions about the professional area you have applied for.

7. Wait for our decision

After the job interview, we will inform successful candidates via telephone. Your contract and additional information about your start at Linde will be sent to you by post.

8. Begin your adventure!

At the beginning of the vocational training cycle, all apprentices and cooperative students will meet for a joint on-boarding and introduction event. During this event, you will get to know each other and receive further information about your apprenticeship and study cycle.

How to apply

1. Search & select your placement

Use the tabs on our placement finder above to choose either “Apprenticeships” or “Cooperative Studies”. Then select your preferred area and location from the drop down menu.

2. Apply online

Once you have found a vacancy that interests you, click on “Online Bewerben” (apply online) to reach our online application tool. Here you can fill in your personal details and upload your cover letter, CV, certificates and references. Note: Please apply exclusively online and do not send applications by email or post.

3. Wait for confirmation of receipt

After submitting your application online, you will immediately receive an email confirming that we have received your application. We will then review your documents.

4. Relax while we screen the applications!

Your application will be screened by recruiting experts from our vocational training department.

5. Begin the selection process

We will invite best qualified applicants to a personal interview. For selected positions, we will schedule phone interviews or assessment tests beforehand.

6. Come to an interview

The job interview will be conducted by our recruiters from the vocational training department and, for selected positions, also by a representative from the responsible department. Good preparation for your interview is key. Gather information about our company. Be authentic and well prepared for questions about the professional area you have applied for.

7. Wait for our decision

After the job interview, we will inform successful candidates via telephone. Your contract and additional information about your start at Linde will be sent to you by post.

8. Begin your adventure!

At the beginning of the vocational training cycle, all apprentices and cooperative students will meet for a joint on-boarding and introduction event. During this event, you will get to know each other and receive further information about your apprenticeship and study cycle.

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