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I got a warm welcome everywhere in the departments, and became integrated straight away into the daily working pattern.

Christian Bopp, Business Economics student

When it comes to shaping your professional future, you decide which direction it should take. At Transmission Systems we offer you a wide choice:

If you are interested in dual studies, we can offer you different apprenticeships.

When you undertake dual studies at Transmission Systems, you gain insights into working life whilst still studying, and at the same time you get to know employees from a wide variety of departments.

And for high school graduates who do not want to decide between apprenticeship and studying, we offer the option to do both directly with us. With cooperative studies, you can combine a shortened mechatronics apprenticeship with university studies in automotive systems engineering.

Florian Riethmüller

Florian Riethmueller | Co-op student mechatronics

For me, a purely theoretical degree program right after high school was out of the question. So I applied for the co-op program that started in September 2016. First you finish accelerated training as a mechatronics technician and then you go into the degree program of the same name...

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Fabian Kraker

Fabian Kraker | IT apprentice for system integration

I chose an apprenticeship as an IT specialist for system integration, because I’m interested in how computers, servers and networks operate and I find it fun to work on these systems.

Starting my apprenticeship at Transmission Systems (formerly Getrag) was the best decision I could have made. It didn’t take long for me to...

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Denice Trefz

Denice Trefz | Business Engineering Student at DHBW (Baden-Wuerttemberg Co-Operative State University)

After my first contact with Transmission Systems (formerly Getrag), in the course of a volunteer internship, right after high school I applied for the dual degree program in business engineering. My program will be over soon, and I have never regretted the decision...

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Hannah Schick

Hannah Schick | Industrial Management Assistant Apprentice

After an apprenticeship as a pharmaceutical technical assistant and several years of job experience, I started to realize that I wanted to change professions.Because I was so interested in technical and business relations in the automotive field, and because I love working at a computer, just one thing jumped out: the apprenticeship as an industrial management assistant...

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Mareike Rust

Mareike Rust | Business Economics Student at DHBW (Baden-Wuerttemberg Co-Operative State University)

After completing my apprenticeship as an industrial manager, I decided to go to college and deepen my knowledge in business economics. I was only interested in the dual degree program, because I think it’s a big advantage to put what you learn into practice right away. With the goal of making my career at a big international company...

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Marius Lehmann

Marius Lehmann | Student in Mechanical Engineering, Vehicle System Engineering Drive and Chassis at DHBW (Baden-Württemberg Co-Operative State University)

Through the vocational training I had already completed as a technical product designer, I was aware of the advantages of a dual apprenticeship. That’s why I chose continuing education at DHBW Stuttgart. The supplier sector is especially interesting to me, because it is a dynamic environment with a lot of flexibility...

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Murat Karadayi

Murat Karayadi | Mechatronics Apprentice

I’m doing my apprenticeship in mechatronics at Transmission Systems' main site in Untergruppenbach. In the first year of instruction, our work is project oriented and we’re almost always in the training workshop. During the first weeks of the apprenticeship, we learn basic skills, like lathing, grinding, drilling and filing...

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Patrick Daum

Patrick Daum | Apprentice in Technical Product Design

Very early in life, it was clear to me that I wanted a career having to do with cars. On the one hand, I had the technical interest, but on the other hand, I wanted to get into a creative field. Then when I came across the apprenticeship as a technical product designer, it was clear right away: It was exactly the right thing for me...

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