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Your start at Roche - Application tips for school pupils

Are you still going to school and preparing for your graduation soon? Then now is the time for you to think about which professional direction you want to take after school.

At Roche you have the opportunity to start an apprenticeship in a traditional apprenticeship or a dual study programme in cooperation with the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University. You can find out here which apprenticeships and dual study courses Roche offers. If you're still unsure which occupation suits you after school, Roche offers you the opportunity to get a taste of the practical side of life in a one-week internship for schoolchildren.

Show us what you are made of

No matter which option you choose, the first step towards your professional future is the application. This word already contains the decisive term "advertising". In addition to expressing interest in a certain profession, applying means that you are advertising yourself. It is important to emphasize your merits. This includes not only the classic application documents such as CV, references and certificates, but also a covering letter.

Tips and Tricks

  • The letter of application, also called letter of motivation, should make us curious about you. It is your chance to convince us of you and your professional motivation.
  • Your curriculum vitae should be in tabular form and should not only tell us something about your school education, but also give us some information about yourself.
  • Your diplomas and certificates should all be scanned as documents in an easily readable quality and size.

Once you have created all your documents, you can submit your online application. You can find the offers for apprenticeship training positions and dual study places here. There you can apply directly for the job described.

Have you become curious? You can find tips on how to submit your application to us and how to proceed after your application here.

Tags: Germany, Human Resources, Early In Career, Vocational Training